It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Season 2 Episode 2

The Gang Goes Jihad

8
Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Jun 29, 2006 on FXX
9.1
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When the gang learns that they are in danger of losing their bar due to a zoning mishap, they resort to some outlandish and extreme methods to prevent that from happening. Meanwhile, Frank isn’t too happy when his wife returns to town.

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  • #1 Sunny Fan Review: #9

    9.5
    DEFINITELY made it into my top 10! The presence of this episode made us all connect even more with this wonderful series. I love how this was the first time we see the trio of idiots all helping each other to get what they want. Rob, Charlie, and Glenn are the perfect trio of idiots in my perspective because they solve problems in their own nontraditional way others would not solve them at all. Three grown men acting as little kids is what you will see here and this is one of ,if not, the best attraction this show offers. It's a true friendship we see on screen. That's why the chemistry can never be made from anyone else. That is why it is in my Top 10.moreless
  • Part of the gangs bar is owned by a new owner next door under the property lines and the gang goes jihad on the owner next door. (spoilers in review).

    10
    This episode was hilarious as it taught us the proper way (or did it) on how to say Jew and showed us that Mac and Dennis are not as up to date on current affairs as they would like us to believe. The new owner of the restaurant next door has moved to the US from Israel and informed the gang that he owns part of their bar under old property lines.

    Mac, Dennis, and Charlie meet with a lawyer, who informs them that there is no "legal" action the gang can take so they decide to take actions into their own hands by using jevunile techniques to scare the new owner while not trying to be anti-semitic. Finally the last straw is drawn when they are fenced in and the make a muslim scare tape but decide not to use it after the realize just how offensive it is but Charlie can't let his directing skills go to waste. Having problems with the building, the Jewish owner sells it to Dennis and Dee's father because he wants to be part of the gang. Finally taking charlie's advice of using a flaming bag of poop, the gang burns down the building because of a gas leak which is one of the reasons the new owner decided to sell the place.moreless
  • 202

    8.0
    This episode wasn't as exciting as the premiere but it did come together quite nicely, and some one liners had me in stitches as usual. So sit back and relax, because you're watching a great episode of It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia. From the Dennis using the word Jew out of context, to the jihad videos, it was just absolutely hysterical. My favorite scene would definitely have to be when it all comes together though. The property having a gas leak and the gang not knowing about it.



    So they end up blowing up the entire building, just a really great tie in. We also get to see Dee & Dennis' mom, she was a great addition to the episode, and so was Danny Devito, I'm excited to see him as a regular for season 2, now that he owns the bar. Great episode.moreless
Rick Zahn

Rick Zahn

Detective Tanner

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Ravi Patel

Ravi Patel

Lawyer

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Anne Archer

Anne Archer

Barbara Reynolds

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  • QUOTES (16)

    • Dennis: Where from?
      Frenkel: Israel. It just got to be too dangerous. I mean, you know with everything that's happening.
      Dennis: Well, that's a tough situation you got over there.
      Charlie: Oh yeah, you got that whole tsunami and the...
      Mac: No, not that...
      Charlie: Well, the superdome thing.
      Mac: No, there's no superdome...
      Charlie: Well it's one of those places over there.
      Mac: It's a different country, Charlie so why don't...
      Charlie: Well I'm just trying to help the guy out.
      Mac: Why don't you just shut up!

    • Dee: I haven't seen you for a month and I'm standing here in a neck brace. You gonna ask how I'm doing or what happened or...?
      Barbara: I assume you did something stupid.

    • Charlie: Why don't you crack an egg of knowledge all over me, buddy.

    • Dennis: That is a racial slur, Charlie.
      Mac: Calling somebody a Jew who is a Jew is not a racial slur.

    • Barbara: I can't even talk to you anymore. Standing up for yourself! Standing up for immigrants! I don't know what you're turning into, Frank, but it's making me sick!

    • Frank: Well, I didn't take anything.
      Barbara: It's empty. Someone came in and took everything.
      Frank: Maybe you should have somebody deported, like you used to, in the old days.
      Charlie: Beautiful.
      (They high-five, and then Barbara slaps Charlie across the face)

    • Barbara: While you were out making money, who do you think was at home, cooking and cleaning and raising your children?
      Frank: A series of Mexican women.
      Charlie: "A series..." Unbelievable, dude! (They hi-five) You're on fire.

    • Barbara: You were talking about giving away all of our money.
      Frank: My money. I made it, you spent it.
      Charlie: Burn! There you go buddy. (They hi-five)

    • Charlie: A grilled Charlie has peanut butter last!
      Frank: Okay, you're either inside or outside?
      Charlie: Peanut butter outside, chocolate inside. Butter inside, cheese outside.

    • Charlie: (to Frank) Where are your balls, dude? Where are your balls?! Okay, you're a grown man. Think about your balls.

    • Charlie: Can we... do you think we could make this look more like a cave?

    • Detective Tanner: You gentleman know anything about this?
      (Holds up a tape labeled "Jihad Tape")
      Charlie: Uhhh... ohhh, s**t.

    • Dennis: This Jew's in for a ton of work.
      Mac and Charlie: (in unison) WHOA!
      Dennis: Whoa, what?
      Mac: Come on, man! You can't say things like that!
      Dennis: I don't know what I said. What'd I say?
      Charlie: Uh, you dropped a hard "J" on us.

    • Charlie: Let's throw a flaming bag of poop in the window!
      Mac: What? Why?
      Charlie: They stamp it out, and they get poop all over their shoes!
      Mac: What in the hell is that going to accomplish?
      Charlie: Poop on their shoes. Their shoes, dude!

    • Dennis: Would you guys not use the word "Jew". It makes me uncomfortable.

    • Charlie: This is America! You can't just come in here and steal our land from us!
      Frenkel: I'm--I'm pretty sure that's how this country was founded in the first place!

  • NOTES (2)

    • The gang was singing a capella to the song, "More Than Words" by the band, Extreme when Frank enters the bar with the contractor. This song can be found on Extreme's album, Extreme II: Pornograffitti.

    • The music playing faintly in the background during the scene where Frank enters his house to find his wife with Ari Frenkel was Flower Duet by Léo Delibes.

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