It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is an FX Network original comedy series about four friends who run a bar in Philadelphia. Charlie, Mac, and Dennis—friends since childhood—are the original owners of Paddy’s pub. Dee, Dennis’ twin sister, works as the bartender. Owning their own buisness gives them the flexibility to spend their time satisfying their own distorted needs.
This provocative sitcom is known for pushing the envelope by tackling some controversial issues. Because of the show’s edgy subject matter, twisted humor, and the gang’s hilariously unconventional approach at life, this series drew a small cult following during its first season. The second season addition of Danny DeVito to the cast (playing Dennis and Dee’s father) gave the series a slight ratings boost that helped its renewal.
The Gang Squashes Their Beefs – The gang make amends with old foes.
The Gang Makes Lethal Weapon 6 – Creative differences arise while the gang produce a movie.
Flowers for Charlie – When an experiment successfully multiplies Charlie’s intellect and takes him away from the bar, the rest of the gang find themselves struggling to complete the menial ‘Charlie Work…
The Gang Gets Quarantined – The flu breaks out in Philadelphia, prompting the gang to quarantine themselves.
The Gang Saves the Day – The gang get caught in the middle of an armed robbery.
Mac Day – For Mac’s Day, everyone gets a day to do what they want while everyone else helps them out whether they want to or not.
Mac and Dennis Buy a Timeshare – gang does their best to recoup their investments in questionable schemes by dumping their losses on Ben the soldier while trying to avoid being duped again by whatever mastermind i…
The Gang Tries Desperately to Win an Award – Tired of failing to be recognized for their years of service in the bar industry, the gang changes their ways to give the patrons what they think they want.
Gun Fever Too: Still Hot – After Frank appears on Local Television advocating gun ownership, the rest of the gang takes a look at the ownership process and alternatives to find a common ground on this still heated issue.