"The Gang Gets Romantic" is the first episode of the fourteenth season of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

Synopsis[edit | edit source]

Mac concocts a scheme to attract single women to Airbnb Dennis' bedroom, while Frank and Charlie concoct similar plans to attract young, European coeds. But neither ad attracts their intended target.

Cast[edit | edit source]

Starring[edit | edit source]

Guest Starring[edit | edit source]

  • Britt Lower as Lisa
  • Timm Sharp as Greg
  • David Agranov as Nikki
  • Alexander Leeb as Alexi

Co-Starring[edit | edit source]

  • Cody Kennedy as Sasha
  • Tania Fox as Minka


Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Glenn Howerton's directorial debut.
  • In a nod to the film Jerry Maguire, the Bruce Springsteen song "Secret Garden" was played at the end of the episode when Frank tells Charlie he had me at "gash".
  • This is the seventh episode where the word "fuck" is not censored in the original airing.
  • The sandwich that Nikki makes is very similar to a Grilled Charlie -- it's made the same way, though it has different ingredients.
  • Tania Fox, who plays Minka, is another name used by internet cam girl Emily Bloom. She uses this name for professional acting, writing and directing.
  • The scene in Pretty Woman that Charlie and Frank reference was an unscripted moment where Richard Gere surprised Julia Roberts by snapping the lid of a box shut. Her laugh is her actual reaction.
  • The final request by the two Austrians is a reference to Before Sunrise, where the two main characters spend one day together and part ways at a train station, promising meet there again in six months. It is also a parody of the "Race for your love" trope.
Season 14 Episodes
 

1. "The Gang Gets Romantic"
2. "Thunder Gun 4: Maximum Cool"
3. "Dee Day"
4. "The Gang Chokes"
5. "The Gang Texts"
6. "The Janitor Always Mops Twice"
7. "The Gang Solves Global Warming"
8. "Paddy's Has a Jumper"
9. "A Woman's Right to Chop"
10."Waiting for Big Mo"

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