Hubby and I are huge fans of the show "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia". We fully acknowledge that it is a show full of really screwed up humor, but man oh man, is it funny. Over the holidays, we watched the entire series, every episode up to date. This is probably the third or fourth time we have done this since we the days where we were just dating. We often quote the show, and sing the songs from "The Nightman Cometh" episode. So, yeah, we kind of love the show. Which makes the fact that the following situation took place not at all surprising.
We are redecorating our living room (more on that to come in future posts), and we are in the painting phase right now. Yesterday, we taped the room, and I spent a lot of time spackling holes and other flaws. Today we moved on to the paint itself. While painting, Hubby says to me "Where is Charlie when you need him?". I knew immediately, he was referring to Charlie Kelly, a character in "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" who always get's stuck with the grunt work. After Hubby posed that rhetorical question, the following exchange occurred:
Me: Yeah, this is totally Charlie work.
Hubby: Most definitely Charlie work.
Me: Though, to be fair, would you really want Charlie painting our house? Who knows what it would end up looking like.
Hubby: At least there would be no rats.
Now, you really need to be a fan of the show to appreciate the awesomeness of this conversation. But to those that are fans, doesn't this conversation absolutely make sense? We could totally be on that show.