With all hope seemingly lost, The Talibum plays to the crowd until he takes a flying trashcan to the jugular. Me and you both. Mac, Dennis and Charlie are supposed to be this as the "Birds of War", but they end up looking more like chickens than eagles. And this is a very slow nod and acknowledged wink considering Cricket is a white redheaded dude.
This episode had some funny moments, like when Frank Danny DeVito showed up in Andre the Giant's classic wrestling outfit, black, one-armed singlet hoping to join the show as the garbage-eating "Trashman" or the Gang's unbelievably effeminate costumes for their wrestling team, "The Birds of War. Cricket fully embraces his "Talibum" persona, proclaaiming that "America sucks, terrorists rule! The Trashman slowly raises his hands in victory as the crowd loses their shit and he mutters those magical words to himself: In addition to Dee's dating fiascos and Frank going crazy and vomiting, both of which seem to happen in every episode this one included another old favorite:
Cricket's beating of the gang is brutal, but considering their past treatment of him, it's also well deserved. Cricket initially refuses to go along with the gang's schemes again, but quickly changes his mind once they offer to pay him. For example, we've already seen the guys boastfully sing to an unsuspecting audience in last year's finale, "The Nightman Cometh" or Charlie try to stir up American pride in "Charlie Goes America All Over Everybody's Ass.
Meanwhile Dee meets the soldier she's been chatting with online, but is horrified when he appears to be wheelchair-bound and asks Artemis to take her place. Lamenting society's lack of interest, support or pride in the armed forces, the Gang decide to put on a wrestling show for the troops, reminiscent of the one's they'd seen as kids, with "Real American" Hulk Hogan battling Iran's Iron Shiek and Russia's Nikolai Volkoff. And another depressingly sad truth about how retired pro wrestlers will do just about anything if it means a few extra bucks in their pockets. Frank invokes a literal version of this as the "Trashman", who throws garbage around the ring and then eats it.
We need someone with, like, nothing to lose. Ben first shows up in wheelchair, leading Dee to believe that he suffered some kind of diabling injury in the line of duty, but later stands up in the restaurant to greet Artemis.
He was returning from combat and they were going to meet up. After Dee ditches the supposedly disabled Ben, Frank sticks around to give him a pair of jean shorts as a gift and thanks him for his military service. Mac, Dennis and Charlie are supposed to be this as the "Birds of War", but they end up looking more like chickens than eagles. This episode provides examples of the following tropes:
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Every Man Has His Price: And another depressingly sad truth about how retired pro wrestlers will do just about anything if it means a few extra bucks in their pockets. We need someone with, like, nothing to lose.
Unfortunately, he's unstable and scary, and not particularly funny. This episode provides examples of the following tropes: Meanwhile Dee meets the soldier she's been chatting with online, but is horrified when he appears to be wheelchair-bound and asks Artemis to take her place.
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