Take five ego-fueled, underachieving, arrogant friends, a bar they co-own and operate, add some alcohol and what do you get? It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. This show is without a doubt one of the funniest on television today. It's one of those comedies where you can watch a single episode over and over again and produce belly-aching laughs every time. Often described as Arrested Development meets Seinfeld meets South Park, Its Always Sunny is in a comedic league of its own. The show centers around Charlie, Mac, Dennis, Dennis' sister Dee, and their father Frank who run Paddy's Irish Pub in Philly. With Its Always Sunny, no topic is too crass, too dark or too irreverent. With episode titles like "The Gang finds a Dead Guy", you know no topic is off-limits. This show isn't for the easily offended, but if you enjoy politically incorrect humor, let your guard down and dive into the madness. You won't regret it!

Recommended by Monica Shine

COMMENTS

EmilyPosted November 24, 2009

I love this show. It's so ridiculous, immature and hilarious at the same time. Definitely not good for those with a weak stomach haha. Charlie is hands-down my favorite character.

LaceyPosted November 21, 2009

Best show on television!

AnonymousPosted November 12, 2009

I have a (secret) giant crush on Charlie. He's hilarious.

TonyPosted November 10, 2009

Probably my favorite comedy running right now (after 30 Rock). It takes really clever writing to make you want to watch such an unlikable group of people every week, but they definitely have it!

RachelPosted November 10, 2009

I love this show, pure genius...Dee is hysterical, much like a Philadelphia-version of Jamie Lee Pressley's character on My Name is Earl. The recent episode of this crew trying to take a road trip to the Grand Canyon made me laugh so hard I fell off the couch.

JRWPosted November 9, 2009

I agree, I've watched every episode of this show over and over again and it never gets old. I love Charlie and Dee's "freakout" in the episode "Hundred Dollar Baby"!

LeahPosted November 9, 2009

Fantastic review. This show is genius.

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