This was the episode we were all waiting for. If you'd seen the promos for It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia before the season started, you knew about Charlie's homemade commercial for "Kitten Mittens," quite possibly the dumbest product ever invented behind the BeDazzler. Thankfully, the episode didn't disappoint. They aired the entire commercial before the opening title and I'll be honest, if they had ended the episode right there, I still would've rated this episode a nine.
What was so impressive is how the Gang took a relatively harmless idea (merchandising) and, as usual, turned it into a complete disaster involving guns, hookers, lawyers and bawdy bath towels. (Yes, dicktowel.com does indeed exist.) Once the Gang decided to take advantage of an upcoming merchandising convention, they split into three factions, with each one banking on a different product. Charlie (Charlie Day) and Dee (Kaitlin Olson) stuck with "Kitten Mittens," Frank (Danny DeVito) went with "Gun Shots," a pistol that blasts alcohol into your mouth and Dennis (Glenn Howerton) and Mac (Rob McElhenny) came up with the aforementioned "Dick Towel" as well as a tweak on Frank's idea that replaced the handgun with an even-more-inappropriate shotgun. Not surprisingly, this led to them trying to sue each other, with their put-upon lawyer (Brian Unger) caught in the middle.
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