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I was literally laughing and clapping alone in my bedroom watching on my laptop for the first time. Charlie Kelly: Daylight.[Pointing to a bright window]Charlie Kelly: Day, Day-man. Charlie Kelly: Fighter of the Night Man, Champion of the... I love that scene, because it's one of the more "real" scenes between Dennis and Charlie.This moment was basically as cool for me as the moment my girlfriend discovered that Anakin becomes Darth Vader (yes, she somehow avoided that spoiler for 20 years). The lines I'm referring to are when he remarks "hurts, doesn't it? then Charlie, high on paint fumes, says "what's.. " and Dennis replies "I never know, man." They both seem to regard each other as very human in that scene.It's a thin line, and one the series' creators have learned to walk with master precision.is about self-empowerment, and not realizing that all his lyrics sound like they're about a child being molested, is a funny thing.Welcome back to the /r/IASIP rewatch and discussion thread!Today we will be rewatching “Sweet Dee's Dating a Retarded Person"!
This is the episode that made the entire series click for me, I was eating dinner and once I saw the first Nightman sequence "Nightman, sneaky and mean spider inside my dreams I think I like [Love?
I, just like Dennis and Charlie was convinced that the day man song they came up with was epic so when they started to perform it in public reality hit for me and them simultaneously. I couldn't stop laughing and rewinded it like 10 times.
The retard sub plot was great in its own right, After finising the series it was the first episode I wanted to rewatch and I did not even realise it was the nightman episode.
Day: It went back and forth, back and forth, so we landed in both areas. You don't find out until the end that this is just a really pathetic marriage proposal.
De Vito: Charlie wanted to show Mary Elizabeth [Ellis], The Waitress, that he had something going on besides just killing rats and walking in the sewer for fun with Frank.
] you" I started to laugh at how un melodic the lyrics were along with their inability to play the instruments made me start to laugh, but then once Charlie started the rape chorus and the other characters stop stop playing and just look at Charlie who is getting really into it made me laugh so hard, it was the first instance in something I was watching (on television at least) where I had to watch it again just to laugh at it. It's not my favorite but it's the one that got me into the series (I was watching everything up until that point and I didn't get it) so it holds a special place for that.