Charlie Day Memes Himself To Poke Fun At Adam Levine’s Super Bowl Performance

Charlie wins the internet today.


By now we’ve all seen that bizarre halftime performance by Maroon 5 at last week’s Super Bowl.

Adam Levine in particular was instantly written into meme folklore after removing his vest for the band’s final song ‘Moves Like Jagger’.

One photo in particular stood out amongst the rest, comparing Levine’s chest to that of Charlie’s character in It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. In fact the observation was so good Charlie couldn’t help getting in on the action.

The actor shared the meme on his own Instagram along with an offer to sing his iconic ‘Dayman’ theme from the show.

“Yes to whoever made this! #brillant,” he captioned the pic. “Hey @adamlevine can we go on tour together? I’ll sing #dayman.”
In the meantime, Charlie will be collaborating with his It’s Always Sunny partner Rob McElhenney on a brand new comedy series that will air on Apple’s new streaming service.

The yet-to-be-named show will focus on a video game development studio and will feature a cast led by Oscar winner F. Murray Abraham alongside McElhenney himself.

Abraham won an Academy Award for his portrayal of composer Antonio Salieri in the 1984 film Amadeus. He will also be joined by David Hornsby, Imani Hakim, Ashly Burch, Danny Pudi and Charlotte Nicado.

According to Deadline:

Abraham will play C.W. Longbottom, a seasoned writer who works at the studio. Nicdao plays Poppy, the lead engineer at the studio. Hornsby is David, a hapless, emasculated producer.

Pudi portrays Brad, an alpha male who works in the monetisation department at the studio. Burch plays Rachel, who feels undervalued in her role as a game tester. Hakim is Dana, a sweet and studious game tester who loves nothing more than gaming.

Ennis portrays Jo, David’s over-eager assistant. McElhenney plays Ian, the Creative Director in the series.

The show marks the only joint venture between Day and McElhenney other than It’s Always Sunny. No release date has been set as of yet, mostly due to apple’s new streaming service not actually having a concrete release date.

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