Another secret to the It’s Always Sunny formula is that rarely do all five members of the Gang unite in a single storyline.It’s good for the show’s comedy, and, frankly, good for the rest of the world. system and Barney Stinson’s playbook on How I Met Your Mother have a similarly nefarious goal in common, but Dennis Reynolds’ complete lack of empathy or self-awareness, in Glenn Howerton’s performance, is resolutely unloveable. If you're in love with Charlie, buy this officially licensed t-shirt today!
At the party, Dee convinces Charlie's mom to get drunk and yell at the Waitress for breaking Charlie's heart, and Mrs.
Mac to convince Brad that the Waitress will grow old to look like herself.
"The Waitress is Getting Married" is the fifth episode of the fifth season of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
The Waitress is getting married; Dee, jealous that she's beating her to the altar, tries to derail the wedding. PM on a Saturday As Dee tries on wedding dresses, she runs into an old high school flame Brad Fisher who is now very attractive.
Dee calls Dennis and Mac into the office where she breaks them the news.
They fear Charlie might go postal and murder them if he finds out, so they decide to find him a new girl to stalk.Dee, after mistakenly assuming that the guy she hooked up with after a “buncher” group date is her new boyfriend, takes the resulting humiliation and goes on a Rankers rampage, immediately bedding half the guys in Philly and then wantonly giving them one-star ratings in order to empower herself. I’ve manipulated, I’ve judged, I’ve ignored your feelings for pursuits of the flesh. Mac wants to brag about his workout regime by talking about “creatine shits,” Charlie thinks talking about his decade stalking The Waitress is “a love story for the ages,” and Frank forgets his own name, when his cock ring isn’t clattering to the floor.It’s typical Dee logic—degradation causes an irrational reaction designed to regain standing, which leads to inevitable, greater humiliation. system) ending in failure, Dennis quickly becomes unglued, his signature (and terrifying) seduction acumen deserting him in an ever-more sweaty and wild-eyed quest for affirmation as “a five-star man.” The D. But now I know what it feels like to be completely unwanted—like you. Then, naturally, he gets immediately revolted by The Waitress’ lack of Internet knowledge and her ’90s cell phone (her “I don’t have online” sends him into a blind rage), causing him to screech out of the restaurant with the easily misheard threat to “rate every woman in here! They finally make some improbable progress, only to panic and blow it (Charlie: “My stomach’s killing me, should we talk about that?Dee says she will try to derail the wedding, and the guys laugh at her.At Charlie's apartment, he tries to smoke the hornets to death with a cigarette and a cardboard box so he can get to their honey.He tries to tell his date, Jackie, that he is a philanthropist but says he is a "full-on-rapist".