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"Chardee MacDennis 2: Electric Boogaloo" is the first episode of the eleventh season of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. It is a sequel to Season 7 episode, "Chardee MacDennis: The Game of Games."

The gang agree to a truce and demonstrate Chardee MacDennis for an interested board game executive, but things quickly go off the rails.




Guest StarringEdit


  • The format of this episode is near identical to its prequel, "Chardee MacDennis: The Game of Games" including the use of Schubert's "Moment Musical (Op. 94, No. 3)" during Pre-Level Breaks and the closing credits.
  • Mac wears the same shirt he wore in Chardee MacDennis: The Game of Games.
  • A long-running theme repeats itself, as the video that The Gang shows Andy shows a bit from a previous video at the start (in this case, the "Fight Milk" commercial Mac and Charlie made in "Frank's Back in Business.")
  • The phrase "donkey brained" was first used in the Season 8 finale "Reynolds vs. Reynolds: The Cereal Defense", and then again in the Season 10 episode "Psycho Pete Returns."
  • This is the second season premiere in a row (after Season 10's "The Gang Beats Boggs ") in which Charlie is drunk enough (well, to be fair, major blood loss is also involved here) to require subtitles to be understood.
  • Dee's "Philly accent" sounds almost identical to the "Boston accent" she used as a demonstration of her acting "talent" (or lack thereof) for her therapist in the Season 8 episode "The Gang Gets Analyzed."
  • This episode got the highest rating of any episode since moving to FXX, with 1.34 million total viewers. (Source)
  • This is the second "sequel" episode. The first was Season 9's "Gun Fever Too: Still Hot"
  • The answer machine message on Andy's telephone welcomes the caller (in Frank's voice) to the "Home of Wolf Cola", a fake drinks brand Frank is shown to avoid tax with in "Sweet Dee Gets Audited".
  • The mask Frank is wearing in the "horror level", as well as the nature of the challenge being trying to extract a key that has been planted inside someone's body to escape a room, are references to the Saw movies.
  • During the artistry challenge, a reference to Season 3's "Mac Is a Serial Killer" is made. In that episode neighbor Gary is revealed to be the murderer and has been storing the heads of his victims in his freezer. Dennis's thought of love is preserving the head of a woman in a freezer forever.

Quotes Edit

Frank: (asking Andy a question) What Philly celebrity would you most want to have a drink with?

Dennis: Ok, yeah, you know what, a lot of the questions are opinion-based. Heads up.

Andy: Ah, OK, I see...Uh, all right, this is, uh, let me guess, um...Oh. Dr. J.

Charlie (excited): That's not it!

Mac: Play it cool, play it cool..

Dennis: Yeah, all right. That is wrong, though. You wouldn't want to have a drink with him. Dee, chance to steal.

Dee: Bill Cosby!

Dennis: Yeah, all right, point for us!

Frank: Shit. A lot of these questions are outdated.

Dennis: Yeah, yeah, they are a little outdated.

Season 11 Episodes
  1. "Chardee MacDennis 2: Electric Boogaloo"
2. "Frank Falls Out the Window"
3. "The Gang Hits the Slopes"
4. "Dee Made a Smut Film"
5. "Mac & Dennis Move to the Suburbs"
6. "Being Frank"
7. "McPoyle vs. Ponderosa: The Trial of the Century"
8. "Charlie Catches a Leprechaun"
9. "The Gang Goes to Hell"
10. "The Gang Goes to Hell: Part Two"

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