The Paddy's bathroom is a dingy, poorly maintained bathroom on Paddy's Pub's first floor. [picture needed]
Description[edit | edit source]
Paddy's Bathroom is maintained by Charlie, and as such is considered Charlie Work. This is shown in the episode Paddy's Pub: The Worst Bar in Philadelphia when the gang kidnaps Lyle Corman, who remarks on how dirty the bathroom is. Charlie replies how it is ""Sparkling Clean," and how he could eat in here, at which point he eats a urinal cake, upon which Mac says he just peed in the same urinal.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
- Season One: Charlie Has Cancer
- Season Two: Dennis and Dee Go on Welfare, Mac Bangs Dennis' Mom
- Season Three: The Gang Gets Held Hostage
- Season Four: The Gang Solves the Gas Crisis, Mac and Charlie Die (Part 1), Mac and Charlie Die (Part 2), Paddy's Pub: The Worst Bar in Philadelphia
- Season Six: Who Got Dee Pregnant?
- Season Seven: How Mac Got Fat
- Season Nine: The Gang Gets Quarantined
- Season Ten: Psycho Pete Returns, Charlie Work
- Season Twelve: The Gang Tends Bar
- Season Thirteen: The Gang Solves the Bathroom Problem
Notes[edit | edit source]
- There have been a fair amount of sexual shenanigans in the Paddy's bathroom:
- In Season Three, Dennis and Margaret McPoyle made out in the bathroom. (The Gang Gets Held Hostage)
- In Season Six, Mac and Margaret had sex in the bathroom during a Halloween party. (Who Got Dee Pregnant?)
- In Season Four, an unknown person drilled a glory hole into one of the bathroom stall walls, which was later modified by Dennis and Frank to include duct tape (for easier sliding in and out) and a viewing slot for between participants. Both the glory hole and the viewing slot are apparently still at Paddy's: in the Season Ten episode Psycho Pete Returns, the bathroom stalls on either side of them are used as a crude (in many senses of the word) confessional for Rickety Cricket to hear Psycho Pete's confession so he can be absolved of his guilt. In the Season 10 episode Charlie Work, Charlie covers the glory hole with a picture of a kitten so that the health inspector will not see it.