We were nervous about it for a while and then he was like, we don't get to kiss other people very often, let's just enjoy it.
CHARLIE DAY They all slept with his wife on the show.
This is your wife, it's a strange situation to say, hay, I really want my -- to act out an idea where my wife is getting it on with a co-star friend of mine.
Conan: you guys have known each other for a long time. ROB MCELHENNEY: I thought it would be funny if we did a really extended almost five-minute-long, interminably long love making scene between the two of them that wouldn't be funny at all and it just keeps going and going and going, and becomes funny. How did you overcome your anxiety about this scene?
DANNY DEVITO You guys kissed and then you mounted her.
I’m gonna kick some butt, I’m gonna drive a big truck, I’m gonna rule this world, I’m gonna kick some ass, I’m gonna rise up, I’m gonna kick a little ass.
IT'S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA -- “Dennis' Double Life” – Season 12, Episode 10 (Airs March 8, pm e/p) Pictured: (l-r) Charlie Day as Charlie Kelly, Mary Elizabeth Ellis as The Waitress. However, the entire relationship was just a ruse to get to the Waitress. Due to some weird and unrelated scheming by Frank and Dennis, the Waitress pleads with Charlie to come back into her life and make all the insanity stop. Since the Waitress openly invited Charlie back to meddle in her life again, things have been relatively quiet on the Waitress front. Considering the fact that this woman has crazy low self esteem, the whole endeavor actually makes sense.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is one of my favourite TV show.
It is about four egocentric friends and Danny Devito running a dive bar in Philadelphia. Charlie is living with Frank Reynolds (Danny De Vito) in his dirty apartment.
I like all characters but Charlie Kelly (Charlie Day) character has a special place. He thought was his biological father but he later finds out that he was adopted. [to Charlie] So, son – what would you like for Christmas, huh?
His father is still unknown and I would be really hard to find his original father since his mother was a prostitute. He has a perfect job, a perfect mother to grow with and he is in love with a waitress who hates him.
You guys attribute the longevity and the success of the show partially to the fact that it has no premise, which I find as a guy who started out as a TV writer, I find that fascinating but it seems to be working for you.
GLEN HOWERTON: It's a launching pad for any number of things because you're not tied into a specific premise.
But if there’s a baby on the way, all bets are off.