It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is returning to television on October 11th with an all new cast consisting of dead-people-seer Haley Joel Osment, Bob-Saget-survivor Candace Cameron, UFC-somebody Chael Sonnen, meme king Xzibit, and mysogynist racist homophobe Andrew Dice Clay.
Look how far we've come Sunny fans. Instead of skulking around outside of the ballpark in Philadelphia and being forced to pronounce the Phanatic as the "Phrenetic", the city's two non-Michael Vick heroes show up for a sweet montage.
There's no more bewildering place than Charlie Kelly's dream journal, apparently a random collection of drawings and symbols displaying his greatest aspirations. The rest of our heroes try their best to give him these gifts, if only for one day.
Only Dee could be so cruel to use her pregnancy as a stunt, but, if you got it, flaunt it. At least we find the worst Dads are out on this episode; the gang can still treat her like shit.
On tonight's Sunny, the gang tries podcasting. Anyone expecting a real assessment of the homeless situation in Philadelphia should go elsewhere. Anyone who wants to see Dennis and Dee rail on Cricket, step right in.
Tonight's It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia saw our heroes dealing with the fallout from last episode's marriage craze. Of particular note were the heartbreaking fights between newlyweds Frank and Charlie. Poor guys, they could've made it work.
We here at Gawker.TV love our dads. But we really love our TV dads, for they taught us everything we'd need to know about life in under an hour. From the Danny Tanners to the Frank Costanzas, we salute you!
Hey, kids of the 90s! Watch Mac from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia in this anti-smoking PSA from over a decade ago. He plays a high school kid who's asked if he'd smoked cigarettes before. Weirdly, we remember it well.