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thoughts on always sunny the high school reunion part 2: the gang’s revenge

Will’s P.O.V

“The gang’s revenge?” Not too sure if it worked out that way but I thoroughly enjoyed it nonetheless. When I think “season finale” I think dance routines, girdles, stolen prom dates, motivational speeches, and back braces. Rarely does a show actually meet my standards – which aren’t too high – but Sunny went above and beyond so I tip my hat to thee. Let’s just get to it then shall we?

  • Dennis was NEVER the “Golden God” he made us believe he was. He was just a lackey who’s prom date was stolen by Ronald McDonald.
  • I wish “Psycho” Pete would have made an appearance; he sounded like a ton of fun. Cannibalism and arson is always top-tier entertainment.
  • Giving Dee a wedgie as an initiation into the “Freight Train” was fitting…even if her back was thrown out because of it.
  • That makes two weeks in a row that we’ve had a reference to Sir Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back“. But at least Dennis used it in the right context.
  • “Plan B” should have been “Plan A”! Maybe it didn’t go as planned but I’m sure the real version was just as spectacular as its projected variant.  Also, Charlie has AMAZING footwork.
  • Ronald McDonald said that Peter Schmidt would come when the party was over and take the drunkest girl home with him. He was half right. Jason Sudeikis showed up and took The Waitress right out of Charlie’s grasp. Can we please just give the rabbit some damn Trix?! I got your back Charlie.


…I was demonstrating value on the dance floor, then I engaged you physically when I put my hands on your hips, now I’m nurturing your independence by letting you talk shit about your boring, worthless, piece of shit husband. Then I was gonna take you to an empty broom closet and then I was gonna…bang the shit outta you. And then I was gonna neglect you emotionally. That’s what I do Christy.” – Dennis


Where you going? You afraid?” – Frank

No, we’re not afraid. We’re in our 30’s, we don’t fight people anymore. It’s kinda pathetic.” -Adriano

Yeah? Well too bad, cuz the fury’s already coming, bitch.”  -Dennis


You slept with my prom date?” -Dennis

No? Yes.” -Mac

How could you do that to me?” -Dennis

Very easy. Uh…she was a whore.” -Mac

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tvdm box office picks for labor day weekend

[Editor’s Note: Both of our picks are set for limited release. We could have included Shark Night 3D, which will be in theaters across the country, but then we would have had to quit this blog and leave the Internet forever. –Nicole]

Will’s Pick: A Good Old Fashioned Orgy

With the summer box-office being held captive by the wholesome, family-friendly, action flicks (Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Rise of the Planet of the Apes) I feel it’s only fair that September is kicked off with A Good Old Fashioned Orgy starring Jason Sudeikis.

The plot is simple: Lifelong friends, house in the Hamptons, Labor Day weekend, Orgy. That’s just the natural order of the world. Sudeikis is coming off of a successful comedy hit Horrible Bosses so people should be warming up to his seemingly childish sense of humor. His supporting cast isn’t stockpiled with the familiar faces we have see in the R-rated comedies of late, instead we are given relative fresh faces to the big-screen genre with Tyler Labine (Reaper), Nick Kroll (The League) and Leslie Bibb (Law Abiding Citizen).

I’ll be the first to say that I don’t think this film will be on par with Anchorman but it has the ability to give new talent a showcase and some awkward LOL moments never hurt anyone either.

Nicole’s Pick: InSight

The only big name  InSight boasts is Sean Patrick Flanery (best known for Boondock Saints or Simply Irresistible…depending on what you’re into) and the plot centers around Kaitlyn (played by Passions‘ soap star Natalie Zea). Kaitlyn is an ER-nurse who is electrocuted while working to save the life of a woman who was stabbed and killed.

She is instantly shown all of the woman’s memories and makes it her duty to find the murderer. Throughout this search, Kaitlyn teams up with Detective Rafferty (Flanery), deals with haunting visions and by facing another woman’s past, is forced to deal with her own.

I love psych thrillers. I’m also all for mindf*cks and messages from the beyond, especially when they’re not cheesed up by bloated production and big studios. This thriller movie has potential to actually “thrill” instead of severely disappointment, which is reason enough. Outside of that, Adam Baldwin (ChuckAngelFireflyHalo 3…take your pick) is, for me, the other source of my excitement for this movie.

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