The Gang Wins the Big Game
"The Gang Wins The Big Game" but It's Always Sunny loses its mojo in a Mac, Dee, and Frank as they travel to Super Bowl LII in Minnesota.the with
Set to air Wednesday at 10 p. There, Mac, Frank, Dee, and a few other classic characters unleash the best worst? As a trailer for the episode shows, the Gang also appears to celebrate at the Big Game in style with a visit to a luxury suite. Missing from the group, however, is Charlie. That's because he was left behind in Philadelphia in last week's episode, " Charlie's Home Alone. The process, unfortunately, was interrupted after Charlie stepped on a bear trap he had set in the bar in a twisted callback to Kevin McCallister's booby traps in Home Alone.
Mac, Dee and Frank travel to Minnesota to support the Eagles in the Super Bowl, but the presence of several of the gang's hangers-on threatens to derail their plans. Community Showcase More. Follow TV Tropes. You need to login to do this. Get Known if you don't have an account.
It's the most important weekend of their lives and Frank has treated the gang and a crew of their ragtag hangers-on with tickets to see the Eagles in the Super Bowl !.
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A glue-huffing, Yuengling chugging one-way-ticket to the bottom floor of humanity, Always Sunny has enjoyed one the unlikeliest season runs in sitcom history, writing a new, X-rated love letter to Philly with each and every episode. Thus, when the Birds made the Bowl for the first time since the show premiered way back in August , you just knew a real-life road-trip was in order. Thankfully, the "gang" didn't disappoint. In case you didn't know, couldn't tell, or have just arrived from Lizard Planet Galactica today, Always Sunny co-creator Rob McElhenney was born and raised in Philadelphia and is a rabid, Avian-bird-flu-infected Eagles fan. His wife and co-star, Kaitlin Olson, was born in Oregon but went into labor with their first child at a Phillies game, so she's grandfathered in. The only missing piece of the puzzle was the same one that has been tormenting Always Sunny fans since the show went off the air last March: Glenn Howerton.
That was easy. Bank Stadium without much comic direction. Bill Ponderosa barfs on some hot dogs. Rex, having been suckered into Invigaron since we last saw him, has gained some season 6 Mac-level weight, his signature male model abs substituted for an unconvincing prosthetic berry-belly. Cricket is his usual, Gang-ravaged self, shambling around merrily with a constantly bloody nose and eating from the communal buffet with his scaly hands. When an episode of Sunny misfires, it plays like a bad imitation of itself, and both of these episodes traffic in lesser iterations of the signature Sunny squalor.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia S13 E09 - The Gang Wins the Big Game
The exact moment the Eagles won Super Bowl 2018
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