Edit Mac claims to work out at the gym all the time. He also seems to have a leaf shaped tattoo on his right thigh.
Artistry[ edit ] Charlie seems to be the most artistically talented member of The Gang, though his talents are rarely utilized by any of them. The Final Solution", he is depicted as having a moderate prowess as an artist by painting a German Shepherd Dog over an "original Hitler " painting.
In "The Nightman Cometh", he demonstrates his abilities as a playwright, musical composer, and director by staging a dramatic musical production. He enjoys most forms of rock modern and classic and heavy metalshowing a particular interest in artists like Bob Dylan.
He plays the piano quite well, and he demonstrates he has perfect pitch in "Charlie Work", exhibiting a natural musical talent; however, he fears rejection of his music or other creative ideas by others. Like Deehe suffers from stage fright and becomes nauseated when performing in front of live audiences.
Travel[ edit ] Early in the series, Charlie had a fear of leaving the city, claiming that he has never left Philadelphia in the episode "The Gang Hits the Road". He finally leaves town for Atlantic City, New Jersey in the episode "The Gang Gets Stranded in the Woods", after he convinces the gang to tie him up and puts him in the trunk of a car.
Charlie and the Gang go skiing in season 11 and hit a waterpark in season Bizarre behavior[ edit ] In the sixth-season episode "Charlie Rutherford Kelly: King of the Rats",  it is discovered that Charlie writes a dream book  or "Dram Bok", as he spells it that is filled primarily with pictures and symbols much like the ones he used to write the song "Night Man".
It is a crude collection of images and characters from his dreams. In "The Gang Gets Held Hostage", it is revealed that he has a "bad room" in the attic of the bar where he goes "to be alone and break bottles".
Mac is convinced that anyone who encounters Charlie in his "bad room" is likely to be attacked. Charlie is also known for his bizarre thoughts, ideas, and aspirations.
He also tends to entirely miss the point of films; in "Mac and Charlie Write a Movie", it is revealed that he considers the "twist" at the end of The Sixth Sense to be that "the guy in the hairpiece was Bruce Willis the whole time.
Dolph Lundgren" because he does not want to "confuse the audience" by giving the character a different name. Like the rest of the Gang, Charlie likes to dress in costumes and assume other personae, including the legendary " Green Man ".
In "The Aluminum Monster vs.
Fatty McGoo", he shows a remarkable sewing ability, a skill that he claims allows him to maintain his few articles of clothing. Unlike the rest of the Gang, Charlie almost always wears the same few outfits, due to living in squalor.
He is rarely seen without his signature green jacket, black track jacket with red stripes, or gray MacGregor-brand hoodie. At home, he wears a worn black T-shirt depicting a shiny black horse and an old pair of long thermal underwear described by Mac as being "covered in piss".
Legal and monetary issues[ edit ] Charlie seems convinced that he is an adept lawyer. His delusion regarding his nonexistent legal skill has caused him to repeatedly confront The Lawyer, a recurring enemy of the Gang in later seasons.
He even went as far as to challenge The Lawyer to a duelwhich the latter gladly accepted a possibility that Charlie had not anticipated. However, at the end of the season six episode "The Gang Buys a Boat", Charlie notes that the entire ordeal was in fact, "a terrible investment.
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