Bears and twinks always sunny
While Frank , Mac , and Dennis try their hand at real estate, Dee arranges to be a surrogate mother to a wealthy couple with a sweet house. Meanwhile, Charlie faces off with a lawyer on the intricacies of the judicial system. Frank convinces Charlie, Dennis and Mac to aid him in selling a recently purchased foreclosed home. Similarly, Dee wishes the gang to help her become a surrogate mother in order to earn 'easy' money, the gang concludes that they will aide Frank as the job is seemingly more profitable.
It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia: "The Gang Sells Out"/"Frank Sets Sweet Dee On Fire"
Paddy's is one of those TV food-service businesses that really burns Gordon Ramsey's testicles — no business plan, customers helping themselves to the merchandise, yadda yadda. So it doesn't take long for the corporate ownership of an "oldies rock cafe" to think better of buying it. Which leads to perhaps the first instance in television history of a gag based on confusing "wooed" with "wood. I'll stack up the authoritative discussion on gay sex, bears, twinks, and "power bottoms" — set in a strip club, I might add — against the very best sixty seconds that the show has yet produced. But overall, "The Gang Sells Out" feels like several good ideas in search of a show. Meanwhile Frank gets his old fifties gang back together to hang out around the bookstore down the street and dissuade Corporate Guy from buying it, leading to the show's other high point: Frank's excitement about singing a doo-wop number.
"The Gang Sells Out"/"Frank Sets Sweet Dee On Fire" / "The Gang Sells Out"/"Frank Sets Sweet Dee On Fire"
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia View Quote. Dennis : Some gay guys are twinks, and others are bears.
Frank: We take you to a titty bar and you say no to us. We bring you to this place with all these juicy dongs and you shut us down. What team are you playing for?