It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia: “The Gang” Sings Boyz II Men
I didn’t write about It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia last week. You know why? Because it was awful. And I didn’t want to get angry emails from IASIP apologists explaining to me what a gay retard I am for not recognizing that a half hour of jokes about Danny DeVito shitting in a bed is genius. Well it is not genius. And I think it’s time that we all just come to accept that this show, while having some of the highest highs, also has some of the lowest lows. But last night’s was good. “We all have cats we would like to be playing with right now.” Also, this happened for some reason.
Seriously, I don’t know why they did that. I guess every few years a show has to use
“End of the Road” Boyz II Men. for comic relief. Like when Seth Cohen was listening to “End of the Road” after his break up from Summer in season 1 of The O.C.* Nullus on remembering that, BTW.
*Footnote for the Superfans: I was doing some research on the time when Seth Cohen was listening to “End of the Road” after his break up from Summer in season 1 of The O.C. and I found this blog with a list of the top 10 musical moments from that show. Not only is the Boyz II Men moment at the top of the list, but MORE IMPORTANTLY, the blogger claims to BE A WRITER ON IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY. I would rest my case if I knew what my case was.