I don’t quite no what to make of “The Gang Wrestles for the Troops." It was decidedly amusing and viewers should have chuckled aloud a few times, but there was a flimsy quality to the entire thing that made the show seem to drag on. Of course, the final few minutes of the episode were worth any consternation leading up to the final brawl. And seeing as wrestling (!) isn’t too prominently featured in sitcoms – even after the warm reception that The Wrestler and Mickey Rourke received last year – It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia could be counted as the vanguard in dumb sitcoms.
Dee is the unwitting, propulsive element in this week’s narrative. Her creepy communication, via the internets, with a soldier is to result in a blind meeting when the guy gets dropped off after returning home from over seas.