05/21/2010 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

"It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia": The Lone Voice Of Reason In The Health Care Debate? (VIDEO)

Today's the day. After months of fighting, name-calling and public-option-skewering, the House is finally set to vote. We here on the comedy page have followed the debate closely and are pretty sure the soundest dissection of American health care came from Season 4 of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," in which the female character (Sweet Dee) has a heart attack and is refused care because she has no insurance. As Charlie says "Why is the government not providing us with health insurance? What is this--some kind of Socialist country or some kind of Communist dictatorship? This is insane! This is unAmerican!"