It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

TV Show • 2005 • Comedy  Report
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this_is_SO_sad
S11 E5: Dennis gifts Mac a dog, which he forgets to feed for days on end. The dog dies, but there is nothing graphic.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Whirlpool730
There's an episode where Charlie throws a dead Pigeon that was in his pocket onto a psychiatrist's table.
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eminemily
No animal abuse is shown in any episode but mentioned a few times throughout the show. In A Very Sunny Christmas, two of the main characters mention hurting cats as children. One of the main characters also “bashes” rats found in their bar with a specific rat stick, as mentioned multiple times. Lastly, in two separate episodes, characters describe injuring dogs, with one paralyzing one dog and the other because the dog bit the girl he stalks but not how severe he injured the dog.
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Are there bugs?
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Em Christian
Cats don't die, but a box of cats is 'rescued' from different dangerous situations and the box of kittens gets thrown by Dee every time she goes in to save them. I'm not sure if the cats were real or not, but there were implications of cat abuse.
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Drdrunkpigeon
In one episode Charlie threatens a leprechaun with a snake on St Patricks day
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jazzerjagger
A main plot throughout the show is that the characters regularly abuse drugs, from cigarettes to glue to ketamine.
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zane
yes. to pretty much anything you can think of.
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Bev Johnson
every episode
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Terence McCoy
Sweet Dee is set in fire
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Thomas4
One of the main characters, Charlie, pulls several of his teeth out
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girlcheese
frank (danny devito) is constantly using a knife to cut his toenails. he sometimes botches a toe.
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Thomas4
In the gang hits the slopes Dennis says his ankle is 'surely broken'. All you see is him laying on the ground and you do not see his ankle.
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Charlie Kennington
Liam McPoyle in the McPoyle Ponderosa Massacre
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hump
while high on paint, Charlie kidnaps and attempts to torture a little person whom he believes to be a leprechaun, Frank also waterboards Dee in an episode
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yeahyeahp
a kid dies in a waterpark
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GingerApple
There is lots of cheating. Cheating on girlfriends, cheating on wives, homewrecking in general.
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DevinGlazebrook
No, but there are some mentions of ghosts, ghouls, goblins and leprechauns in comedic and light situations
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echomae
In season 3 episode 10 "Mac is a Serial Killer" Dee dresses up like a killer clown and stalks someone at night.
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izkm
charlie stalks and gives adamantly unwanted attention to a women throughout the series
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captainskysolo
In "The Gang Makes Lethal Weapon 6", Mac and Dennis are shown using a public shower together.
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sighsighs
Lots of vomit in the quarantine episode.
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echomae
Much of season 10 ep 3 "Psycho Pete Returns" takes place in a mental hospital
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echomae
Much of season 6 ep 12 "Dee gives birth" takes place in a hospital.
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echomae
In season 7 episode 1 "Frank's Pretty Woman" Mac injects himself with insulin
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Bev Johnson
yes and no. Charlie and his mom in two seperate episodes pretend to have cancer but no one really does.
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clevernapkin
There's an episode centered around a jumper on the roof of the characters pub. In another episode it's mentioned that Dee tried to kill herself after being mocked by the others.
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Thomas4
Mac has a panic attack when he and Charlie fail to keep up with their new job
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echomae
Throughout season 7 Mac is shown overeating frequently and it is later revealed he has body dysmorphia and gains and loses weight unhealthily quickly. Dennis starves himself in season 2 ep 7 "The Gang Exploits a Miracle" Dennis reveals he frequently skips meals and exercises excessively in season 7 episode 1 "Franks Pretty Woman" Mac mentions starving himself in season 6 ep 11"The Gang Gets Stranded in the Woods" Dee mentions starving herself in season 10 ep 8 "The Gang Goes on Family Fight" and later faints because of this.
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sighsighs
“Sweet Dee Dates a Retarded Person” (S3E9)
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csusb
the gang broke Dee makes it seem like Dee became successful although it's revealed to be a ploy by the boys, other instances of this take place because they are all horrible people
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BabyPurpleBat
In one episode, the character Frank is crawling around the air ducts of the bar.
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izkm
there is an episode revolving around a character giving birth (in the hospital) but the actual birth is not shown
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NickGuth
Abortions are referenced sometimes in a comedic context (ex. Charlie's mom tried to abort him but it "didn't take"). There is nothing graphic and the emotional weight of the subject isn't covered.
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blindsquid7
No, but it is mentioned that Charlie's mother attempted to abort him, though he survived
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Thomas4
The McPoyle family are recurring characters and implied to be incestuous. In one episode a character thinks he has had sex with his sister, though it turns out he didn't.
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hump
the episode times up for the gang features a lot of references to sexual assault, harassment, r*pe etc
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captainskysolo
Carmen is almost exclusively referred to using the t slur.
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echomae
Transphobic slurs are used in episodes with Carmen, primarily season 1 ep 4 "Charlie has cancer", season 2 ep 10 "Mac is a serial killer" and season 6 ep 1 "Mac fights gay marriage"
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eminemily
Two of the main characters discover their grandfather is a n**i and although he’s only in two episodes, he uses slurs towards both Jewish and black people and forced his grandchildren to listen to n**i public speakers and salute as young children. A reoccurring character is constantly called a Jew in a slightly offensive context, despite him repeatedly saying he’s not Jewish.
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hump
not first but in the episode the gang turns black, one of the characters, while in the body of a black kid, gets fatality shot by police
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leahsamuel93
Country Mac, Mac's openly gay cousin, dies suddenly when falling on his motorcycle.
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DanniHarper
In S8 E1 during a video of Dee & Dennis at a nazi camp
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izkm
yes, the f slur is used a few times in s4 e8 and s12 e6
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captainskysolo
There is an episode with the r word in the title.
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DevinGlazebrook
Body dysmorphia is discussed and Mac and Dennis both have disordered eating. Dee is the b**t of some jokes about weight and there are characters known as “fatty magoo” or other weight jokes
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hump
in a very sunny Christmas, many people dressed as santa go over to a characters mom's house to prostitute her, in the same episode a Santa is brutally attacked by one of the characters
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imafkncat
charlie tears santa's throat out frank goes down a dry water slide and he's bleeding a lot
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hump
Dennis runs over Charlie and cripples him for an episode by accident
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quietoverlord
S5 E3 "The Great Recession": Frank attempts suicide by hanging twice.
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manaia.palmer.putt
yes, but not physically. It is only in flashbacks and/or implied
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imafkncat
it's only said, not shown, but ponderosa falls off a building and dies
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DevinGlazebrook
Frank uses a gun and threatens violence, there is also a gun used in a store robbery and Charlie is severely injured in police brutality. Many other smaller incidences of gun violence throughout
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Thomas4
Charlie and Mac crash a car into a wall.
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drowning while a room fills with water
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