IT'S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA: "MAC DAY" REVIEW

As someone who generally feels that Mac is the least funny of the Paddy's Pub players (unless he's riffing with Charlie), the beauty of "Mac Day" was that it essentially shredded Mac into tiny pieces. Now, when I write "least funny," I don't mean "not funny." Mac has the ability to shine, but given that Charlie is insane, Frank is insane and unscrupulous, Dennis is an egotistical pervert and Dee is a hot mess of profanity, Mac's staunch Catholicism (getting the gist of the religion anyhow) just doesn't compete on the same level. What is funny though is when Mac winds up (either subconsciously or not) in homoerotic situations. And "Mac Day" not only had a blast with that, it basically confirmed more or less that each one of Mac's friends is convinced beyond a shadow of a doubt that he's gay.

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