Charlie made a ton of ridiculous mistakes It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, to the great contempt of the gang and to the amusement of the spectators. His inability to read and read has been a long -standing gag on the show, always showing ways to damage the gut.
From his curiosity about a “painted door” to his concern about his father being a “cheese mongrel,” there’s no shortage of scenes highlighting Charlie’s unique view of the world. The funniest janitor mistakes at Paddy’s Pub aren’t surprisingly becoming iconic in fandom, with mistakes like “Pepe Silvia” and “money me” becoming more popular through countless memes.
It’s always Sunny very big change over the years, but one thing that has remained the same is Charlie’s unwise and his strict denial of it. In the season 3 episode “The Gang Solves the North Korea Situation,” his mission to spy on a competitor with Dennis begins to pass when he unexpectedly sees a “locked door.”
He inadvertently asks a confused Dennis if he thinks “a pirate lives there,” which is understandably prompting a correction that it actually says “private.” The way Charlie avoids Dennis ’question about why he reads it this way is more ridiculous than his first mistake and all is soon forgotten when they try to kick the pirate’s door.
Sign in Coors
Things didn’t look very good for Paddy’s Pub in the season 5 episode “The Great Recession.” As the gang tries to figure out what exactly each of them has contributed to the bar, they turn to Charlie, who admits part of his routine is to “always make sure” he turns on the “Coors sign” to “let the people know” that. There’s “iced delicious Coors at the bar.”
That seemed reasonable, until the rest of the group went outside and realized that the sign actually read “closed” and not “Coors.” Once again, Charlie’s deviation is as ridiculous as the mistake itself, as he defends himself in a pointless way by saying it’s hard to read the sign from the inside.
Charlie’s most beautiful scene recognizable even to those who have never heard of such a show is undoubtedly the “Pepe Silvia” conspiracy. It happens during episode 4 of “Sweet Dee Has a Heart Attack” when Charlie and Mac find out what jobs look like with “pay and benefits.”
Unfortunately for Charlie, the mailroom proved too much for him, especially considering he could barely read or write. He was shocked when he realized that despite the many letters addressed to a “Pepe Silvia,” that person was missing, and so were most of the employees of the corporation he called “ghost town.” The likely fact here is that Charlie doesn’t do much of his work in the mailroom and is hyper focused on exposing the “major conspiracy” around him.
In the season 15 finale “The Gang Dances Their Asses Off,” Charlie made an honest mistake and ended up placing Paddy’s Pub as the grand prize for the dance marathon. He explained to the group that he put the bar in the “pride” section of the form, or “things” he was “proud of.”
Mac says it’s best if he shouts about how Charlie’s “illiteracy” is in their marketing tactics, turning the whole event into a high-stakes competition they need to win. . It’s a funny moment that highlights how even Charlie’s slightest mistakes have ridiculous effects on the group.
Charlie was overworked and overwhelmed with the season 6 episode “Charlie Kelly: King of the Rats.” Charlie was tired of bashing rats all day and the gang felt horrible when they found out it was his birthday. Dee offers to take him to the spa as a treat, which only confuses Charlie who asks if he wants to take her “for a spaghetti day.”
Even after seeing what the spa was like and having a plate of spaghetti, Charlie still didn’t understand what exactly was going on. It was the last straw for Dee when Charlie asked what the establishment’s “spaghetti policy” was, especially to the delight of fans who were likely to always quote the funny phrase when they could.
The season 11 episode “Charlie Catches a Leprechaun” is really the listen, except for a leprechaun, Charlie is just trapping a regular person downstairs in the bar. Perhaps the funniest thing about this mistake is that it turns out to be the whole thing one of best episodes of Mac and Charlie.
Like Charlie, Mac is convinced that people know where they can find a “golden kolder.” The audience cannot be blamed for feeling bad for the innocent prisoner, until it is revealed who he really is in a shocking turn towards the end.
Dee and Dennis were intrigued for a while during the seven episodes of the season “The Gang Goes to the Jersey Shore,” as Charlie expressed how grateful he was for their sunblock idea. Dee points out that she never gave Charlie sunblock, so she drank only sunblock instead of alcohol.
Charlie didn’t seem worried, though, because the chemicals were likely to change his state of mind at that point. He was so excited to see “stray dogs” and “sea specimens” to worry about Dennis ’insistence on“ cultural absorption. ” It’s a ridiculous difference in their personalities and priorities, with Charlie predictably feeling content to just stay in one place the entire vacation.
Dennis finally said he thought Charlie “could be dyslexic” in the season 2 episode “The Gang Runs for Office.” When Charlie tried to help Dennis film his campaign speech, the audience got a good idea of how little English Charlie understood.
Nonsensical lines like “This is you have to vote for me. I’m leaving power. Good.” making the whole speech.Charlie’s utterance of the words as it was uttered by an angry Dennis made it a gut-wrenching scene.It was one of the first times that incompetence was highlighted. will read Charlie and may announce the start of favorite fans.
Bonnie Kelly is one of best recurring characters in It’s always Sunny. Despite looking and acting like an innocent mother who only wants the best for Charlie, she can also be deceptive as seen by fans in the twist on season 8 episode “Charlie’s Mom Has Cancer . “
During their fundraising event at Paddy’s Pub, Charlie forced his mom to read a talk they and Mac had written for him. It’s clear which part of the talk Charlie wrote, and the lines “Give me money. My money. Money now. I am a money needy and a lot now. ”Became iconic in fandom.
The season 15 episode “The Gang’s Still in Ireland” marks an important event in Charlie’s life, as he finds out who his Irish pen pal really is. When he examines the background of the mysterious character, he is surprised to learn that he is a “cheese mongrel.”
As the point is brought home, Charlie is anxious to ask what he did wrong to deserve the title, sometimes exchanging it for “big cheese.” It’s a ridiculous mistake that highlights how he can’t understand and pronounce simple words like “cheese seller,” but obviously understands and speaks Irish fluently.
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