For Your Emmy Consideration: It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia


It’s inappropriate, it’s rude, it’s not politically correct, it’s wacky, it’s crazy, it’s unbelievable, it’s outrageous, it’s silly… but most of all, it’s fun and hilarious.

It’s Always Sunny on Philadelphia. FX’s now longest running comedy continues to be the funniest, most underrated comedy on television.

Its humor isn’t for everyone, but you can’t help but laugh your butts off at this gang of misfits from Philadelphia.
Getting themselves into trouble every week is only part of what makes this show one of the best.

It might be all out craziness set in reality, but you can’t help but enjoy watching them try to get themselves out of messes only they could themselves into.

Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, Kaitlin Olson, and Danny DeVito, a perfect cast to bring these self-centered, oblivious, yet oddly ingenious characters to life.

From making jokes about the War on Terror and social ills and even disease to creating probably one of the best original songs on television in years, “Dayman.”

It’s most recent 4th season culminated in the staging of a musical based on the season 2 introduction of “Dayman” entitled “The Nightman Cometh.” One of the most hilarious episodes of television comedy ever.

It’s Always Sunny is original and fearless. There’s nothing like it on TV, if only because only they would go as far as they go. And thanks to FX, they will be go far for a long time.

IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA
For Your Emmy Consideration – Outstanding Comedy Series

DANNY DEVITO Outstanding Supporting Actor
CHARLIE DAY Outstanding Supporting Actor
GLENN HOWERTON Outstanding Supporting Actor
ROB MCELHENNEY Outstanding Supporting Actor
KAITLIN OLSON Outstanding Supporting Actress

Videos
From Season 2, the beginning of the “Dayman” phenomenon
Season 2 Promo: “Beatbox”
Season 3 Promo: “Going Back to Philly”
Tons of clips at Hulu, take your pick, any of them is a winner.

Best episode of season 4, “The Nightman Cometh” available on It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia - It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Season 4 - The Nightman Cometh

Five episodes from season 3 at Hulu
And full episodes available on It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia - It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Season 4

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