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Thursday, December 2, 2021

New to Always Sunny? Watch these 5 episodes (at your own risk)

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is one of the most successful comedies in television history, but it’s not for everyone.

The show has obviously done something right – its upcoming season 15, debuting Wednesday on FXX, will make it the longest-running sitcom in American television history. But fans of today’s softer comedies like Shitt’s Creek and Ted Lasso won’t find any optimism or solace in Sunny. They won’t even notice much character growth.

They will find a brilliant group of egocentric neurotics who somehow manage to arouse sympathy despite their best efforts. (Think Seinfeld if everyone was dumber and worked in an Irish pub in South Philadelphia.) The show you can watch on Hulu is sometimes called offensive. Its creator Rob McElhenney calls it “mocking ignorance.” If you’re not already familiar, here are five great episodes (technically six) that should give you an overall flavor – somewhere between Jim’s delicious cheesestake and a stubby beer.

Season 4, Episodes 5-6

Spoiler: Mac and Charlie, the show’s two main characters (played by McElhenney and Charlie Day, executive producer), don’t die in this two-part film. However, they fake their own death in order not to be killed by Mac’s jailer father (Gregory Scott Cummins). It’s a long story. “The first step,” warns Mac Charlie, “don’t douse yourself with lighter fluid.” Step 2 involves removing a large number of Charlie’s teeth.

Season 4 Episode 13

A longtime fan favorite, the episode follows a rehearsal and rehearsal of a stage musical written by Charlie, who is usually credited with being “Charlie Work.” (“The basement,” as he once described. “Cleaning urinals, blood, your basic mucus, your ooze – everything dead or decaying, I’m doing this.”) This is probably not without reason; Many of the gruesome ambiguities in his musical suggest that he is prone to unintentional aggressiveness that would have caused him to be fired from most other positions.

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Season 5 Episode 10

Dennis (Glenn Howerton) – Lothario from the gang, whose depravity is comparable only to his arrogance. But just in case, he developed a program, “the careful, systematic approach that allowed me to become the playboy I am today.” “You’re a complete sociopath!” his sister, Dee (Caitlin Olson), exclaims in horror. As is often the case, she speaks on behalf of the public as the show deliberately gutters the macho toxicity of its male characters.

Season 6 Episode 13

In this special hour-long gang determined to live in a festive spirit, they were thwarted by the ghosts of last Christmas. The episode includes some of Sunnydom’s most memorable moments, including a scene in which Frank (Danny DeVito) stitches himself up on a leather couch. There’s also a bloody animated parody of Rankin Bass’s Christmas specials, featuring a chainsaw dismemberment, a meat grinder, and a chanting band of racist California raisins.

Season 7 Episode 7

Probably a meta-moment reflecting the frustration of brainstorming another new plot is that the gang has a game of their own, which includes stopping time for injury, a level dedicated to “emotional battery and public humiliation” and a lot of drunkenness. “It’s very dark now, very fast,” Dee says, before the game turns into a madness of absurdity and nihilism. Another day at Paddy’s Pub.

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