Sweet dee dating a retarded person
The put-down resembles in form the kind of normal-person outrage that the gang often elicits, but because it's presented in a rhyming performance by someone with the power of local celebrity, it somehow comes across as utter devastation -- less funny than savage. That said, Dennis's Ziggy Stardust-rouged recantation of the aspersions he cast on Kevin's mental ability does pull the ending back into territory.
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In the music store when Frank is banging on the drums you can see in the left corner standing behind Frank a man holding a camera recorder.
(This may be a deliberate, as it might of been part of the scene as a customer in the store recording Frank's antics.) See more » Seeing Danny Devito trying not to break while Charlie sings Nightman is worth the price of admission, whether that admission price be DVD, Cable, electric bill, internet bill, etc.
This episode is one of the quintessential episodes of Always Sunny.
The storyline with Kevin the rapper isn't the best Always Sunny side-story, but an A- isn't a bad thing.They need to start their own band, because if a retard can do it and get laid, they certainly should be able to!Dennis mentions he's always had affection for the idea of becoming a rock god, but Mac immediately disses any skills Dennis might have because his music taste is different from the band's musical direction. Only Frank on drums is hopeless, but that's true of 70% of drummers who actually have gigs, so you can't really fault him. Surprisingly enough, three out of the four potential rockers seem to have some musical ability: Dennis has the De Young vibrato, Charlie "gets" keyboards and fancies himself a Dylanesque poet, and Mac at least knows how to form a power chord.Dennis protests and reminds all of them that there isn't a single person in the pub with any musical ability whatsoever.