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Watch set photos of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia Season 7
This is one sitcom that compels you to watch it over and over again.
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.
Over five seasons Paddy’s Pub – the central backdrop of this hilarious cable series - has been described as the worst bar in Philadelphia. And it is safe to say that the five main characters of the F/X show It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia might just be among the worst human beings ever (fictional or otherwise). The members of this extremely self-centered and self-indulgent gang come up with stupid schemes, lack common decency and generally make things worse instead of better.
Creator Rob McElhenney, along with his producing partners in crime Glenn Howerton and Charlie Day, who also play the main triumvirate of troublemakers, have hit their stride creatively with season five, with outlandish episodes featuring “kitten mittens,” “wrestling for the troops” and a road trip to nowhere. The writing, by McElhenney, Howerton and Day, is sharp as ever — possibly honed after their stage version of a season four episode last year. Along with the quick wit of Danny DeVito and Kaitlin Olson, the gang gets into messes and leaves a general path of destruction everywhere they go. The series was dubbed by F/X as “Seinfeld on crack” and it is as addictive as ever.
A quick teaser at the beginning of the disc has Glenn Howerton and Charlie Day noting that season five was filmed in standard definition. The picture is thus not nearly as clear as many current TV series, but the show is now presented on F/X in the 1.78:1 widescreen format, as it is here on Blu-ray Disc. The first three seasons were framed for and presented in the old 1.33:1 format of bygone days. The Blu-ray actually makes the episodes look a bit better than when these were broadcast last fall. This is a show with a lot of subtle sight gags, and the disc helps these to stand out more clearly than they did in the original broadcast.
As a comedy series shot with a single camera and no laugh track, Sunny is especially dialog heavy, and the DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack more than handles the job. The cast does an excellent job with their delivery, and while the stories are completely outlandish, it is really the dialog that makes the show. While audio gags are occasionally used, there is little use of any discrete sound to the rear channels, but again this one is about the acting and what is being said more than how it actually sounds. Unlike the gang, the sound is really about subtlety and clean delivery, and to that end it does the job.
The gang didn’t try to pull any schemes when it came to the extras. In fact, this disc is loaded with some nice bonus material, including the aforementioned Blu-ray introduction with Howerton and Day. There are audio commentaries on select episodes, deleted and extended scenes and a blooper reel – the latter is actually less funny than the show (but does anyone really care about bloopers?). In addition, the two-disc set contains an original “The Gang’s Dating Profiles” featurette, a “Kitten Mittens Endless Loop” segment and a “23,793 Photos in 5 Minutes – Schwep Dreams Sequences Montage.” It is enough to make a rainy day seem a bit sunnier.
The series is a “love it or hate it” kind of thing, and much in the vein of series such as South Park or Family Guy whether the crude humor goes too far is all subjective. Season five actually has fewer truly all-time classic episodes than perhaps season two, but none of the twelve are really stinkers either, and each has some truly great moments. This is a credit to the cast as well as directors Randall Einhorn and Fred Savage (yes, that Fred Savage). The show is witty, clever and enjoyable – and it looks pretty good on Blu-ray. The gang would no doubt be pleased.
Charlie Day succeeded in luring viewers in It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Now, It seems that he is again set to mesmerize us all with his another exotic assignment, as soon we all are gonna catch him in a movie ‘Horrible Bosses‘.
Yes, get ready to taste a different flavor of Charlie Day. He is playing one of the three friends who plan to kill their horrible bosses. They all are tired of their jobs and decide to take strict action against their awful bosses.
If one wishes to laugh wholeheartedly then I will advice to watch It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia full episodes, but if one wants to see comedy added with conspiracy, murder and employer-employee relationship, then go for Horrible Bosses.
Charlie Day will play a character having bad luck from many years which disrupts his mind, and situations compel him to plan murder of their bosses. Another friend (played by Jason Bateman) believes that hard work will pay off in future. He gets shocked when he doesn’t get promotion which he deserves.
Third friend is a ladies-man-type who is doing extremely well with his job until his boss dies and a less friendly boss comes to power. For your information, Colin Farrell would play one of the horrible bosses.
Well, Story sounds interesting! Hope it will live up to the expectation of Charlie’s fans who love his performance on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia episodes.
Another interesting thing that you might see in Horrible Bosses is Jennifer Aniston. Well, her casting in Horrible Bosses is as interesting as her expected topless scene.
Yes darlings, she might give a hot n sizzling topless scene, for which she is running a diet to tone her bod for showing off.
Viewers have seen her in bikini shots but I guess this is the first time they will see her going topless. This will be an added treat for all the fans of Charlie Day who love to watch It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Besides watching their favorite star, they will be enjoying topless scene of Aniston and the plot also sounds fascinating. Let’s see how these three friends kill their horrible bosses. There are chances that this Seth Gordon directed movie do wonders.
“Outsourced” co-executive producer Michael Pennie has closed a two-year overall deal with Universal Media Studios.
Pennie served as co-executive producer on NBC’s “My Name Is Earl” before coming aboard “Outsourced,” which joins the network’s Thursday night comedy block this fall. The show is about a manager sent to India to oversee a staff of customer service reps.
“UMS are willing to take some chances,” Pennie said. ” ‘Outsourced’ is an example of their willingness to try something different in a year where there’s a lot out there that feels like versions of stuff I’ve seen before, and that’s definitely something I’m attracted to.”
UMS recently inked overall deals with former “Earl” writer-producer Danielle Sanchez-Witzel and former “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” writers Sonny Lee and Patrick Walsh.
The agreement marks the first overall deal for the CAA-repped Pennie, who also wrote for the CBS comedy “Yes, Dear.” Pennie plans to focus on “Outsourced” for his first year, then potentially work on developing new projects for his second year of the deal.
“Sometimes as a writer you’re reluctant to throw yourself in the middle of something, but that’s what you have to tap into,” he said. “UMS has helped guide me in the right direction. It’s not that they’re helping me find my voice, but helping bringing my voice out in the projects that I pitch. And they’re really close to my house too.”
Watch a sneak peek of IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA “The D.E.N.N.I.S System” Season 5 Episode 10 which airs on Thursday November 19 at 10pm on FX.
Episode Synopsis: IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA “The D.E.N.N.I.S System” Season 5 Episode 10 – Dennis reveals to the gang how he seduces women.