thesuperficial – Glenn Howerton (Dennis) and Charlie Day (Charlie) of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia both managed to inseminate their wives at the same time because you know how chicks menstruate together? Well, guys don’t do the same thing with pregnancy, so get that idea out of your head. People reports: Howerton, 35, who plays Dennis, and wife Jill Latiano are expecting their first child later this year. The latest addition will be joined on-set by Charlie Day and Mary Elizabeth Ellis‘ new arrival, due in December, and Kaitlin Olson and Rob McElhenney‘s son Axel Lee, 10 months. David Hornsby, a.k.a. Rickety Cricket, and wife Emily Deschanel are also expecting their first child, due in the fall. Jesus, Rickety Cricket slipped one past the goalie, too? And into Emily Deschanel? How the hell did I miss that? But, seriously, it seems like every couple on this show is pregnant except for Mac and Dee. — Or aren’t they?
Mac and Dee having a kid was fine, but even Cricket is getting Emily Deschanel pregnant now? Is this a movie plot? What planet is this?
Listen, I know I’ve been doing a lot of Always Sunny posts lately but quad pregnancies just seems crazy. You can’t just have a show where all the actresses get pregnant. You can’t. I understand that people don’t necessarily tune into the show to look at hot girls — I mean Artemis even has a job — but now you gotta write in the Waitress getting preggo? Who’s the father gonna be? Cricket? Frank? Ben the Soldier? This all just seems very weird to me.
This new season better not disappoint.