If classlessness were an Olympic sport, the cast of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia would win the gold. Kaitlyn Olson character, Dee, is a no-holds-barred hot mess that defies the notion of being “lady like” even in comedy. The whole genre of low brow humor (i.e. drug addictions, beating up the homeless, and taking dumpster babies to tanning booths) is frankly something I can’t get enough of. Olson holds her own against her all-male counterparts in illicit and morally-questionable activities to side-splitting laughter.