A depraved, in-your-face television hit does Philly proud.
“The last season there were so many people who heard about the show from their kids, and people who are my generation, like my mother-in-law, who’s way older than I am—she gets back from her bridge game and she says, ‘Oh, all the women are talkin’ about Sunny .’ You got octogenarians talkin’ about it because their grandchildren are goin’, ‘You gotta see this, Grandma, there’s a dumpster baby! There’s a masturbating bum!’ These kids—Rob, Glenn, Charlie, Kaitlin—they give me a young spirit. I love it.”
And Philadelphia loves it too.
“The Gang Give Frank an Intervention.”
“The Gang Goes on a Road Trip.”
“The Waitress Gets Married.”
“Mac and Dennis Break Up.”
“The Gang Solves the Mortgage Crisis.”
“The Gang Wrestles for the Troops.”
Danny DeVito’s recent drunky TV romps are such a rockin’ revelation. Here’s a guy, on national TV, unabashedly inebriated, talking shit about our president. Then there he is again, wondering aloud what local newscaster Jennaphr Frederick’s vagina might look like with a kid hanging out of it. Punk. Fucking. Rock.
The live-action version of the twisted sitcom was a chance for our city to show the cast in person how much we appreciate that they’ve hitched the most brilliantly funny show since 'Arrested Development' to our town
Each week we’ll be keeping up with the Gang’s lowbrow shenanigans and madcap antics as we recap the latest episode of 'It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.' Come join us, won’t you, bitches? Oh, and: spoiler alert!
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