It’s Always Sunny Star says characters will never grow up and become better people
Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Kaitlin Olson says the main cast (Dee, Dennis, Mac, Charlie and Frank) will never grow up and become better people.
It’s always nice in Philadelphia star Kaitlin Olson says the main cast of characters will never be “grow and become better peopleThe FX series is currently airing its season 15, making it the longest-running live-action comedy series in American television history. The weather is always good follows a group of narcissistic friends who own an Irish bar called Paddy’s Pub in South Philadelphia. “The Gang”, as they are called, consists of Dennis Reynolds (Glenn Howerton), Deandra “(Sweet) Dee” Reynolds (Olson), Charlie Kelly (Charlie Day), Ronald “Mac” McDonald (Rob McElhenney) and Frank Reynolds (Danny DeVito).
Throughout the 15 seasons, the The weather is always good the crew engaged in many shocking, disturbing and humiliating activities. Some situations have seen the gang claim to be mentally disabled in order to qualify for welfare, attempt to cannibalism, and impersonate police officers to obtain free items in stores. While the group has received their fair share of humiliation and physical and emotional pain, they never seem to really learn from their mistakes. In fact, they even recreated some of their past mistakes in the future. The weather is always good episodes, like making another sequel to the 1987 film Boyfriend Cop, Deadly weapon. It appears that the gang’s inability to grow up was in fact intentional.
Olson caught up E! News talk about It’s always nice in Philadelphia season 15, in which the actress mentions that the main cast will never be “grow and become better people.“Olson specifies that the creators and the fans”I want them never to learn their lesson. “Because characters never evolve as people, Olson thinks it is.”one of the funniest thingsto her on the show. See Olson’s full quote on the The weather is always good the gang’s inability to grow as the people below:
âWe want them to kind of never learn their lesson, grow up and be better people. It’s kind of one of the things that I find most fun about my character in particular. because why would this person keep trying to impress these guys and be friends with them and want their approval after all this time? She’s just trying to prove herself to them and has been for 15 years. is completely ridiculous.
Despite their immaturity, It’s always nice in Philadelphia Season 15 features an episode that sheds light on the character’s origins, which takes viewers back to the day Mac, Charlie, and Dennis bought Paddy’s Pub. The flashback features a glimpse of Olson’s character when she was actually known as “Sweet” Dee. During the episode, Dee has her own group of friends who are really kind and caring people. However, during a roller skating routine, Dee hits her head and instantly becomes the rude character that fans know and love.
The flashback to the show’s final season is a good reminder of what the show really is. While many shows take globally bad or misguided people and turn them into decent members of society, It’s always nice in Philadelphia does the opposite. The episode shows that Dee was originally a nice person, but later turned into a narcissistic monster who never learns, much like the rest of the gang.
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Source: E! News
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