Everything was just spectacular from start to finish. You're a master of karate and friendship, for everyone. It starts of with Charlie talking about Lil Kev having a little hand or foot, Dennis' point tally on whether or not Dee's boyfriend is retarded, Frank and crew trying to start a band, Charlie dressing as Bob Dylan and talking about "Holland Oates", Lil Kev laughing at the "movie" and looking directly at the camera, and to top it all off, the debut of two HOT music singles, "Nightman" and "Dayman". Jim Halterman: The episodes of "Sunny" veer off into some really unexpected, surprising places which makes me wonder how exactly you and your writers break the stories we see. Rob Mc Elhenney: Ultimately, the writing process is very different from episode to episode but it will start on the first day when all the writers are there with me, Glenn and Charlie.We just start throwing out ideas of episodes we'd like to do and things that we're not seeing anywhere else on television.JH: Was there ever a point in the process where you were concerned you wouldn't be able to lose the weight. I just have the kind of metabolism that I can't put on weight very easily so it took a lot of discipline to put it on and then my body got used to it and now it's taking a lot of discipline to take it off. RM: I lost about another 10 so I'm about 33 pounds down from the 50 so I have about 17 pounds to go.I was determined to gain it and now I'm determined to lose it. JH: Watching the first two episodes of the new season, there's a lot of blood.[Laughs.] I think ultimately there's this level of insecurity through the city, certainly our industry, and it was great to just literally say 'Fuck that!
] Night Man, sneaky and mean / Spider inside my dreams / I think I love you / You make me want to cry / You make me want to die / I love you / I love you / I love you / I love you / I love you Night Man / Every night you come into my room and pin me down / With your strong arms you pin me down / And I try to fight you / You come inside me / And fill me up and I become the...
That being said, it's always such a good pay off and always works with us so we decided to do it with the pageant. RM: You'll have to tune in and see but ultimately Frank thinks he's investing in an adult beauty pageant and it turns out it's actually children.
JH: The show is picked up for two more years so does that create any pressure or is it more of a relief?
Just WAY too many things too mention on how great this episode was!!!!
If you have yet to see last week's season opener of the FX comedy "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" you missed, among other things, the fifty-pound weight gain of Mac (series creator Rob Mc Elhenney), a blood spewing mishap in a limousine involving Frank (Danny De Vito), Charlie (Charlie Day) and a woman they found on a millionaire dating website, Sweet Dee (Kaitlin Olson) discovering she can use her feet to make cash and the death of a prostitute that Frank, in a twisted homage to the film "Pretty Woman," decided he wanted to marry.
JH: Are you ever concerned that you're running out of stories or is it not so difficult?