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If you've never watched It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, you should. One that pops into my head is an episode called "Who Pooped the Bed". We're doing an entire episode that takes place from Frank's point of view; you Sam Taylor, It&#​39;s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Glenn Howerton, Charlie.


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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia uses a variety of music either to accompany a joke, or add. The Gang · Characters · Episodes · Seasons; Explore Season 4. "Full Of Joy" by Cheng Yu ("Mac and Dennis: Manhunters") Chiarappa; Season Nine "Hurt" Promo -"Excert from Im Weiten Land Der Zeit-Teil 39" by Max Kruse.


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It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia | Season 14 Ep. Frank Reynolds: Master Blaster Highlight | FXX - Duration: 2 minutes, 56 seconds. FX Networks. ,​.


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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia uses a variety of music either to accompany a joke, or add. The Gang · Characters · Episodes · Seasons; Explore Season 4. "Full Of Joy" by Cheng Yu ("Mac and Dennis: Manhunters") Chiarappa; Season Nine "Hurt" Promo -"Excert from Im Weiten Land Der Zeit-Teil 39" by Max Kruse.


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"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" Builds on Record-Setting Season Premiere Plus: a full recap of both FX and FXX's series rollouts for the coming season. episodes of NIP/TUCK plus 39 more episodes of IT'S ALWAYS SUNNY IN.


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It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia has been renewed for a fifteenth season on TV History With It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's Season 15 Renewal moving contemporary dance numbers, and more episodes. overnights Yesterday at a.m. TV · Movies · Comedy · Music · What To Stream.


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The gang gets into the St. Patty's Day spirit on the latest 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia'. Get all your live stream info here. We're nearing the.


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^ This episode is a direct to DVD, Blu-ray and digital download movie. It was released on November 17, , and aired on December 16, on FX as the last.


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Charlie, what would you say the ultimate Charlie moment is in the show over the past ten years? And did you ever have any rules about going too far? They are also, for all their awful qualities, pretty endearing characters, even if you'd never want to hang out with them in real life. Can you tell me about starting out and some of your memories from the early days? Just walking around an office with a camera? That's what I think. Otherwise, I think we'd be too troubled by the character to laugh. That was a big highlight for me because we got to have a direct interaction with the fans. It's about people. I think in season two we started to bring the social commentary into the comedy. Do you feel that's the case? When we cast Kaitlin she brought so much to it in the first season that we were able to figure it out, and figure out what was funny about her. Howerton: As a fan of British shows, one of the initial inspirations behind our show was The Office , which I was absolutely blown away by — like, wow, you can get away with that? VICE: Hi guys. If [his behaviour didn't come from that insecurity] I don't think it would be that funny. Something that captures the real essence of the character? You can see the evolution in the first series; mine and Rob's characters didn't change all that much, but we wanted the character of Sweet Dee to [change]. We didn't want a typical "the girl is the straight guy and the guys are the crazy ones who the girl doesn't get to be as funny as" show. I think the fact that the show has not had success on a huge level of winning awards has actually helped it, because people as individuals like to champion the show, they feel precious about it. The worst impulses that you all have, that we all have as people, that you're getting to see these characters act out, there's a wish fulfilment to it. If the show was just awful people being crass all the time I don't think it would have lasted. In the third season when we're on steroids and I got to go through the rage of every emotion while eating a sandwich — I think you get to see the depth of the character's joy and madness. I think, as a result of that, it got mostly ignored. When we do an episode that brings up issues, we like to throw questions to them rather than answering them for people — I don't think that's really our job. Cable shows in general were just starting to win awards, bar HBO. Now we all have kids the partying days are We're all pretty open minded In the show you make reference to the fact that Sunny is ignored at awards shows. I think people just assume we sit around getting stoned and getting drunk all the time; that's just not the case, but certainly we all have experiences with those things. Any other shows that were touching points? When we first started it was so not glossy and so ugly to look at. Day: It's funny — even our episodes that someone might look at as having a liberal point of view, someone who is uber-conservative will probably also like that episode because our characters are often super conservative, and through that comes the satire. What I think is funny is satirising both sides of the argument. It's pretty hard to believe. I have to give her a tremendous amount of credit because she really pushed us. Howerton: I'm sure we've all got our different theories on Dennis, but my theory — and what I write towards the character — is that he's not a psychopath. Sort of the heart of the show is their unflappable ignorance and lack of self-awareness that allows us to laugh at some of the despicable things they do. It's either a genius way to make a show, or we just stumbled onto it, or we lack the courage to make any real statements. We just figured if the show got picked up we'd figure it out. Drink and drugs are a common theme — how many of those storylines come from personal experiences? You got the immediacy of the laughing or clapping, and when you do television you just don't get that — you're on a stage somewhere, only performing between action and cut. Day: At some point we went around and toured with the "Nightman Commeth" [based on a musical performed in the show] and we did a live show. We knew we didn't want to do that, but we didn't know how. There's a scene when Mac and Dennis are trying to set me up on a dating website and they're going through my likes and dislikes — I feel like you got a nice little window into this character there. So if the character did something crazy then you as an audience member — even though you would never do this — you have to understand that the character would do it. Sure, we do gross things and the characters are despicable, but it's a social commentary — our characters really are supposed to be the worst versions of you. And even though they are talking about it in glowing terms — the characters are so despicable and the show is pushing the limits of decency and all that stuff — to us it's like, that's not what we're trying to do. That was a real highlight. I can see why people want to become rock stars. Glenn, it's been implied and often demonstrated that your character, Dennis, is a psychopath. We'll get people talking and asking questions and thinking, and then the next episode we'll be talking about poop. He does have feelings; he has very deep and strong feelings, and he's actually a very fragile person, so a lot of his psychopathic behaviour comes from a deep-seated insecurity. Why do you think that is? Howerton: I think, if I had to say, it's because of how inauspicious our beginnings were. It was shot on low quality film, all of which was a purposeful choice — we wanted it to feel lo-fi and garage. Are there any episodes that stand out for you over the show's ten years, or any particular highlights? That's kind of how we are now, two opposing sides screaming at each other and never backing down.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Also the way the show is talked about, this crass, gross show — he's a rapist and they're all psychopaths and they're mean to everybody. Can you talk a little about political viewpoints in the show? Yeah, I got to play rock star for a few days. Howerton: Sometimes our political views might find their way into the show, but usually what we find funny about it is that regardless of where you stand on one particular issue, like the gun episode, it's more about watching the characters take both arguments to their most extreme. A new teaser trailer for the upcoming 11th season came out earlier this week, so I took the opportunity to get in touch with Glenn and Charlie for a chat about the past 10 years. We decided from quite early on that we weren't going be bound by the normal laws of television. It's hard not to get nostalgic about the very beginnings of the show considering none of us were writers. When you hear people singing the songs you wrote, as silly as they may be, that's an experience I thought I'd never get to have. I don't think it would be funny. That was a fun moment. Even though you wouldn't behave that way, you can relate to it in some deep, dark, awful level. I'm particularly fond of the episode "Mac Bangs Dennis' Mom" because that's the first time we really figured out the internal dynamics between the characters; it was this web of deceit and fucking each other over that became a turning point for the show. Did you have any influences when starting out? That's what I found really exciting. Day: There are a couple. I think it's hard to change a show's perception, and I think that's why. Day: Yeah, I think all of us had our partying days, for sure. We were all just actors, and when the show got picked up we knew we wanted to write, but we didn't really know how to write. And how did you figure it out? I've never done crack, but I've done other things, so certainly we've got experiences in those areas. Howerton: I would say the way things play out when we do drugs or drink alcohol, not a lot of that is coming from our personal experiences. I think, on some level, you can oddly relate to my character because you sense his insecurity. I remember thinking 'this is really fun,' because when we read articles about the show and critics talk about the show, even when they talk about loving it, they talk about how crass it is. At that time, comedy cable shows weren't winning awards. For those who have no idea what I'm on about, here's a brief rundown: taking the familiar "put a bunch of friends in a place together" format a grotty Irish bar in downtown Philadelphia , Sunny flipped the set-up on its head. Charlie, you write a lot of the music in the show, too, so was it fun to be able to perform it live? Gone is the cute one, the bossy one, the kooky one, and so on, with a taste for coffee and shit jokes, and in are five equally selfish, barely functioning alcoholics, all trying to fuck each over in myriad ways every season. Hey, maybe you already have and I'm just being presumptuous and condescending — but if you live in the UK and don't have Netflix, chances are you're only aware of it in a "yes I know it exists" kind of way. One that pops into my head is an episode called "Who Pooped the Bed". Usually the answer to any extreme political viewpoint is somewhere in the middle, but that's just not the way we operate. The likability factor, painful earnestness and gooey sentimentality that exists at the core of many American sitcoms is reversed entirely here, and what you're left with is often five innately disastrous people screaming bloody murder at one another. Congratulations on ten years of the show. Because despite its brilliance, it's never really taken off here in the same way it has in the States. Did you guys have a mission statement for the show? It was just a rush. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}If you've never watched It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia , you should. So that poop episode stood out to me because it's us basically saying can we do an episode about poop, while also saying this shouldn't be funny, but then doing it and making it funny at the same time. By the time we got to season three, I remember having a specific conversation with the guys where we were like — we didn't have a lot riding on it; none of us had mortgages or kids at the time — our attitude was like, "Any minute the show's gonna get cancelled, so fuck it, let's see how far we can go with these characters — let's see how far we can push them. You bump into a guy in the street and they tell you they love the show, but until you do something like that you really don't realise the reach and power of it. Charlie Day: We really strive to make sure the characters don't change very much. I think it's funny because you understand the reasons behind it. Glenn Howerton: Thanks.