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072612 0504 ItsAlwaysSu1 Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia   Season 7   DVD & Blu Ray Announced
072612 0504 ItsAlwaysSu2 Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia   Season 7   DVD & Blu Ray Announced

The 7th season of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” has been officially announced for DVD and Blu-Ray release on October 9, 2012. The DVD, consisting of 2 discs, is priced at $39.98, while the Blu-Ray, also consisting of 2 discs, is priced at $49.99. Both sets have subtitles in English, French and Spanish. Bonus features include:

- Gag Reel
- Artemis Tours Philadelphia – Featurette
- Commentaries on 4 Selected Episodes by Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day and Rob McElhenney.

Click Here to Download It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 7 Blu-Ray DVD

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14

Always sunny philadelphia’s Cricket Sells Pilot To CBS

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This is one sitcom that compels you to watch it over and over again.

Reason?

Well, friends the reasons are not hard to guess.

If it’s a politically-incorrect show, that includes dim-witted humor, it’s the plot and the characters that add charm.

Catch up with sunny in philadelphia episodes and take a stroll in South Philadelphia, where a not so-happening Paddy’s Pub, is being run and managed by The Gang, comprising five quirky characters.

Did you know Cricket on It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia is actually the writer/executive producer of the show David Hornsby? Well now you do. It seems like a writer and an executive producer could write himself a better part then a disgraced preacher turned hobo crack addict; but hey, maybe he’s into that kind of stuff.

Anyway, CBS has picked up a pilot from Hornsby titled How to be a Gentleman, based on the book by the same name. The show will follow an uptight guy learning to loosen up a little with his old friend. Hornsby will play one of the characters though we’re not sure which one and that’s about all we know about the show at this point. We don’t even know if it will be a single camera or multi camera show. I’d be willing to take a bet on this show, despite it being on CBS. Hornsby seems to be an integral part of Always Sunny and considering it is one of the funniest shows on television right now ipso facto (hooray barely understood Latin!) this show should be fairly funny as well.

You can watch It’s always sunny in Philadelphia online and get a taste of dry humor that the show offers.