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Thursday, September 18, 2008

"Sunny" days are here to stay

A friendly reminder: Season Four of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" kicks off with back-to-back episodes at 9 p.m. tonight on FX.

Where does the dysfunctional gang go from here?

Well, last season, they managed to confuse Dennis with a sex offender, Mac with a serial killer and Charlie ... well, he could probably qualify as both by just being his usual demented self. Oh yeah, and there was a little thing called FREAKIN' NIGHT MAN that makes me squeal like a little girl even though I've watched it about 100 times.

So as the show continues to move closer and closer to the edge -- or maybe they already passed the imaginary line of decency by almost slicing a baby in half with a Samurai sword? -- my best advice is to buckle up and enjoy the unapologetic ride.

I mean, what else do you have to look forward to? Jim's dragged-out proposal to Pam? Bah!

On the docket tonight: "Mac and Dennis: Manhunters” and “The Gang Solves the Gas Crisis." For the AV Club's full, hearty interview with Glenn Howerton, Rob McElhenney and Charlie Day, click here. Among its revelations: the show has been picked up for 39 more episodes! Woo-hoo!

-- Thomas Rozwadowski,



Well Tom, what did you think? I thought the first episode, fell a bit flat. The hunting parody was funny, and you can't go wrong with teabagging and gorilla mask jokes, but it wasn't the best ep. that I've seen. The second episode, however, really picked it up! Hilarity all around. When Charlie jumped out of the A-Team van dressed like a Texas oil man and proceeded to badger a poor woman threatening to "feel her up" (Charlie's accent = gold) I almost fell out of my chair. Just glad It's Always Sunny is back!

By Anonymous Anonymous, At September 19, 2008 at 10:35 AM  

I felt the same way. Usually It's Always Sunny makes me laugh out loud repeatedly and the cannibalism episode didn't do that. It was a little too much crazy and not enough just funny.

By Blogger Eileen, At September 25, 2008 at 11:35 PM  

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