Just when you thought 'It's Always Sunny' couldn't get more disturbing than the prospect of allowing Dee to teach the nation's children, we were treated to an episode almost entirely fixated on the merits of bashing an army of rats to death with a very large stick ... it's always classy in Philadelphia! But while Charlie's vermin-hitting was the artful backdrop for this week's moral tale, the real
story was more concerned with how bitter and cynical our gang has become, to the point where they seemed incapable of even throwing a surprise birthday party for their lowly, rat-killing pal.Dee has always been every bit as insufferable as the guys, but at least she now has her pregnancy hormones to blame for her mood swings -- and cynical or not, we couldn't blame her for wanting to avoid taking Charlie to the spa; he kind of looks like a hobo, and seems to have an inexplicable fetish for Italian pasta dishes ...
"What is this word ... spa? I feel like you're starting to say a word and you're not finishing it. Are you trying to say spaghetti?" he asked in befuddlement, which is just th
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