26 Of Dennis Reynolds' Most Perfect Moments On "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia"
THE GOLDEN GOD.
When he nailed the ultimate scathing-yet-subtle insult.
When he strove for absolute perfection.
When he stuck up for Dee for once.
When he asserted his masculinity in the weirdest way.
When he proved that having a wide stance was important when doing construction work.
When he made it absolutely clear that he was still in his prime.
When he demanded respect.
When no one was good enough to buy the beloved Range Rover he drove into the river.
When he wanted everyone to know of the unmatched perfection that is Dennis.
When he felt deeply misunderstood.
When he finally took down the facade he worked so hard to maintain.
When he just didn't have time to deal with this old dude.
When he was overflowing with apathy.
When he proved he could still sing in perfect tune, even on the brink of death.
When he completely obliterated Frank.
When he used this line during a game of tennis.
When the gang found out about his "tools."
When he had this moment of self-doubt after both Mac and Charlie's moms turned him down.
When he rediscovered feelings.
When he was very uncomfortable.
When he went full McConaughey.
When he went batshit insane while living in the suburbs with Mac.
When he was cold and calculating.
When his most trusted confidant was himself.
When he had this inner monologue.
And, of course, when he didn't waste any time getting hammered on a plane.
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