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It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Season 6HDTV-MAClosed Captioning

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FX’s original comedy series It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is back for a 6th season, and that can only mean more antics from everyone’s favorite bar owners! Step into Paddy’s Pub with Mac (Rob McElhenney), Dennis (Glenn Howerton), Charlie (Charlie Day), Dee (Kaitlin Olson), and Frank (Danny DeVito) — all friends working in harmony for a common cause: themselves. Last season saw the gang dabble in failed interventions, the poisoning of frat kids, footwear for kittens, and an uncensored Christmas special with a gruesomely-violent claymation sequence. This year the stakes are higher, and so is the definition as we’ve made the switch to HD! Watch them tackle gay marriage, fight the class war, battle the high seas on a houseboat, bash rats, get repulsed by the McPoyles, deal with a very mysterious pregnancy and much more that you’ll simply have to tune in to see.

Customer Reviews

This is The Best Show on Television

This show is by far the best show on television! the non-relatable characters have a clever wit to them. Well done.

Like nothing else on television.

It's hilarious and edgy without trying too hard to be edgy. If you're tired of political corectness, watch this show. The characters are delusional, thinking they're exceptional, thinking they're even good. Instead, they're self-serving A-holes. In each episode they generally hatch an immoral scheme or enter into one by fate of their own self-delusion. By the end of the episode, their plan inevitably fails with them suffering (or almsot suffering) the consequences. In the end though, they're somehow bailed out despite doing everything wrong, and their situation again returns normal, in time for the next episode, where they'll once again screw everything up.

Through all this, there's plenty of humor. Each episode tends to skewer some bit of popular culture. Whether it be gas prices, the mortgage crisis, or the spectrum of sexual identities/issues, 'the gang', will inevitably find some way to profit off it.

Two thumbs up.


Two Thumbs Up

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