|"The Gang Cracks the Liberty Bell"|
|Season Four, Episode Eleven|
|Writer||Rob McElhenney & Glenn Howerton & David Hornsby|
|Air Date||November 6, 2008|
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"The Gang Cracks the Liberty Bell" is the eleventh episode of the fourth season of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
2:30PM on a Thursday
- Pat Crawford Brown as Woman-Historical Society
- Marco Akiaten as Native American Elder
- Steven Flores as Younger Native American
- Dave Gueriera as Thug
- Dennis W. Hall as Pumpkin Guy
- Matt Vinci as Patriot
- This episode was inspired by a historical tour of Philadelphia that the cast went on.
- Mac owns the unsleeved T-shirt with a picture of the Liberty Bell on it. ("Charlie Wants an Abortion")
- Charlie is pretty sure what American Revolution was happened in 1412 - i.e. even before Columbus discovered America.
- The scene of Col. Cricket getting his head blown off was inspired by the exploding head scene in the movie Scanners.
- Charles and Franklin mock the sleeping situation of the Native American father and son they go to visit, saying that the fact they must sleep on the same bearskin means they are "losers". Because, obviously, a fold-out couch is much better. (See especially Who Pooped the Bed? for a vivid illustration of Charlie and Frank's own sleeping situation.)
- Frank: (to Dee) Damn your necromancy, woman!
- Rickety Cricket: Why does he keep spitting into my mouth?! Who is this man?
- Charlie: (referring to Colonel Cricket) Wait, wait, wait... check his pulse.
- Dee: He doesn't have a head, Charlie!
|Season 4 Episodes|
| 1. "Mac and Dennis: Manhunters"|
2. "The Gang Solves the Gas Crisis"
3. "America's Next Top Paddy's Billboard Model Contest"
4. "Mac's Banging the Waitress"
5. "Mac and Charlie Die (Part 1)"
6. "Mac and Charlie Die (Part 2)"
7. "Who Pooped the Bed?"
| 8. "Paddy's Pub: The Worst Bar in Philadelphia"|
9. "Dennis Reynolds: An Erotic Life"
10. "Sweet Dee Has a Heart Attack"
11. "The Gang Cracks the Liberty Bell"
12. "The Gang Gets Extreme: Home Makeover Edition"
13. "The Nightman Cometh"