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Pictured: (l-r) Glenn Howerton as Dennis, Charlie Day as Charlie, Rob Mc Elhenney as Mac, Kaitlin Olson as Dee, and Danny De Vito as Frank in “The Gang Turns Black,” the opening episode of Always Sunny’s 12th season.This one, however, is no "The Nightman Cometh," and is much more pointed than the Gang's first musical episode.Dee and Frank, for their part, head to a bridge in Center City, though the exact location is unclear.Frank explains to Dee that the location is where he previously found Old Black Man, who Dee insists he refers to as “Old Man.” The pair attempt to find Old Black Man so they can put him in nursing home and stop paying for the service “when we turn white again,” as Frank explains.The store, however, is closed, and the group pleads with a man to fix their VCR, to which he responds by calling the police. We have a lot in common, but too much of it is fear.” Charlie’s revelation, however, is cut short after Philadelphia cops approach the Market Street location.With that, Charlie believes he has learned the lesson the group must learn to turn white once again. Mistaking the toy train Charlie is holding for a gun, the police shoot him four times in the chest., the gang decides they “don’t know the rules” of being black.
Show creator/executive producer/star Rob Mc Elhenney, who has put on 50 pounds for story purposes, was joined by co-stars Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, Kaitlin Olson and Danny De Vito for a nearly 45-minute chat, in which they talked about the darker tone, their jaunt to the Jersey Shore, guest stars, more serialized storytelling, themes of this season, the reason for the extreme weight gain, and their hope for a Season 8.
Originally, the idea was to do it so that Dee would stop talking about babies or doing any sort of baby thing, and essentially just move on.
DAY: We’re a little bit on the fence about it, just for his own personal health and safety, but it has definitely made Mac a lot funnier this season because he still thinks he has the body of an Adonis.
In the episode, the Gang “turns black” after being shocked by an electric blanket while watching with Old Black Man (played by Wil Garret), who previously appeared in season 11’s “Mac & Dennis Move to the Suburbs.” Dee (Kaitlin Olson), Charlie (Charlie Day), Mac (Rob Mc Elhenney), Dennis (Glenn Howerton), and Frank (Danny De Vito) wake up to find that Old Black Man, who they begin to refer to as “Old Man,” is gone, and that they’ve switched into the bodies of a group of African Americans.
Charlie finds that he has turned into a young boy (played by AJ Hudson), while Dennis finds himself in the body of an obese man (Jamal Mixon).