'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia' Recap: Season 6 Episode 11
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Episode 11: The Gang Gets Stranded in the Woods
In the eleventh episode, the gang is attending an Animal Rights event, but on the way, get stranded in the woods in New Jersey. This is possibly one of the greatest Sunny episodes ever, right up there with “The World Series Defense”.
After the group breaks down on the way to Atlantic City, the split is Dennis and Charlie (going to get help) while Mac, Frank and Dee stay behind with the car. Tom Seizmore makes a guest appearance as the creepy trucker that ends up taking Dennis and Charlie to AC.
Chase Utley and Ryan Howard of the Phillies also guest star and this is a follow up to “The World Series Defense” where, as we all know, Mac is obsessed with befriending Chase Utley. Another great moment is when Charlie compares Dennis to a serial killer and Dennis loves the compliment. Dennis and Charlie turn out to have the time of their lives and this looks like the set up for Charlie leaving Philly in the series.
Frank has a strange moment with a rabbit, loves nature, but then later turns against it. The ending is classic and hilarious. You gotta see this one. Homerun every God damned minute.
We’ll be rating episodes according to the Sunny scale. 1 is Dee, 2 is Frank, 3 is Charlie, 4 is Mac and 5 is a Dennis.
This episode is a Dennis, plus. That’s right, I said, “Dennis plus”. The best of the season so far and yet, such a simple premise. They are always the best. Brilliant, just brilliant.
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