It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia has always offered peaks at the mothers behind the folks in the gang, but tonight’s episode offered us a real look into who Mac’s and Charlie’s moms are. Mac’s mom speaks in grunts more than she does actual words and Charlie’s mom has a raging case of O.C.D.
After Mac’s mom burns her house down, Mac and Charlie moves her into Charlie’s mom’s house and attempt to force a Golden Girls-esque relationship on them. Meanwhile, Dennis coaches Frank on how to make Dee (hoping to feel well enough to be one of Josh Groban’s groupies) depend on him.
We also meet a new "character," Mac’s impossibly old and indestructible dog Poppins. Poppins’ name is quite appropriate because his eye pops out from time to time, but don’t worry. All you have to do to fix it is push it back in with you knuckle.
The writers also seem to have Frank on a roll with some side-splitting lines. Last week, he talked about the "greased-up watermelon" game played in pools, and hit the nail on the head this week with his description on Poppins:
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