The seventh season of "It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia" is almost upon us. Get ready for more cruel jokes, personality disorders and pop culture references a-go-go. If you’re anything like us, you’re frequently reminded of some better-left-forgotten piece of popular culture every time you treat yourself to an episode. In tribute to the most narcissistic and evil comedy in the history of television, we present our list of the best things "The Gang" has referenced over the last six years.

Steve Winwood - "The Gang Buys a Boat" (S6|E3)

Dennis Reynolds is a huge fan of Mr. Winwood. He even goes so far to replace the fitness instructor’s music with a copy of Back in the High Life so he can listen to “Higher Love” at the gym ("Sweet Dee Has a Heart Attack" - S4|E10). But our favorite Steve-related moment on "Sunny" is when Mac and Charlie enter a yacht party to the soulful strains of “Back in the High Life Again.” It certainly had us reaching for the champagne of beers and enjoying a bit of the high life ourselves.

Fear - "Dennis Gets Divorced" (S6|E2)

Not many people remember this oft-overlooked Mark Wahlberg gem from the mid-1990s. Still, none of us are surprised that the Gang do. When Dennis gets married to a woman with a dead tooth, things quickly go south. When the King of all Narcissists decides to break things off, needless to say, it doesn’t go over well. I mean, this is "Sunny" we’re talking about. His erstwhile beloved begins beating herself repeatedly on the chest to create evidence of spousal abuse a la Marky Mark. Comic hijinks ensue as Dee and Mac hightail it out of there.

Ric Astley - "Charlie Gets Cancer" (S1|E4)

Dennis doesn’t rick roll around when it comes to the Astman. big fan of this little man with a gigantic voice, Ric makes numerous appearances, almost always in connection with Dennis. Is it any surprise that the narcissistic Dennis listens to hits like “Never Gonna Give You Up” while in the car by himself?

“Rowdy” Roddy Piper - "The Gang Wrestles for the Troops" (S5|E7)

“Rowdy” Roddy Piper is a definite favorite of ours here at Screen Junkies. One of the greatest heels in the history of professional wrestling, he seemed right at home when the Gang did a little wrestling to raise money for the troops. The dude clearly has a sense of humor, simultaneously parodying both himself and Randy “The Ram” Robinson from The Wrestler. Check that out, kids -- two pop culture references for the price of one!

Matt Harding - "Frank Sets Sweet Dee on Fire" (S3|E8)

The phrase “Internet celebrity” generally makes us shudder with fear or quake with rage. Less rage inducing is when "Sunny" makes a winking reference to one. You might remember Matt Harding AKA Dancing Matt from “Where the Hell Is Matt?,” a viral video series where he does a distinctive dance in various cities around the globe. Check the scathing parody during “Frank Sets Sweet Dee on Fire” when a cable access show features a man dancing to techno in his manties and a diaper.

“More Than Words” - "The Gang Goes Jihad" (S2|E2)

"Sunny" gets touching when we see the Gang drop their narcissism and boundaries, allowing themselves to open up and bond a little bit. These moments are rare, but provide a sort of sweetness so saccharine that we can’t help but laugh a little. Case in point: When we catch the gang doing a lovely little drunken four-part harmony to the Extreme classic “More Than Words.”

Simon - "A Very Sunny Christmas" (S5|E13-14)

When Mac digs around in his closet looking for the toys of Christmas past, he digs up Simon, the lovably frustrating memory game from the 1980s. Charlie quickly picks up the game, finding it maddening and impossible -- but not as maddening as finding out his mother was whoring herself out for Christmas gifts throughout his childhood.

The Secret - "The Gang Gets Extreme: Home Makeover Edition" (S4|E12)

After hearing about The Secret (the bullshit self-help program) from Dee, the Gang make vision boards. However, Dee informs them that to “manifest” they have to give something back to the world. “Giving back” for the gang means doing a home invasion on a Latino family before wrecking their house Extreme Home Makeover style and commenting that tacos are “what little Mexican girls love most.”

Omnibot - "A Very Sunny Christmas" (S5|E13-14)

If you remember the company Tomy, you might be officially old. The Omnibot was a simple piece of home electronics that performed basic commands. Mac received one as a “gift” one Christmas. Of course, the “gift” was really stolen from the family next door by his felon father. This lovely little slice of retro electronics fits right in with the Gang’s uncanny ability to remind you of things you almost forgot existed -- and were maybe better left forgotten.