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Below we have promo images from FX for the October 29th episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Among “The Gang Wrestles For The Troops” pics is a rather funny Danny Devito image in wrestling attire!

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Comedy Central To Pick Up “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”

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There’s a sunny future for cable networks FX and Comedy Central.

The two media outlets are joining forces to run FX’s successful series “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” in syndication starting summer 2010. The critically acclaimed show, currently in its fifth season, will continue its episodes first-run on FX through the sixth and seventh seasons, totaling 84 episodes by 2011.

In a press release on Comedy Central’s Web site, executive Steve MacDonald, the general sales manager of Twentieth Television, was among those announcing the show’s future.

“Crossing a series from one hugely successful cable brand to another speaks volumes to the show’s loyal viewers and skyrocketing ratings,” he said. “Greg Meidel, President of Twentieth Television, and I are thrilled that Comedy Central will place ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ beside the network’s strong slate of cutting-edge programming; further elevating this hilarious series and introducing a unique cast of characters to new audiences.”

“It’s Always Sunny” debuted on FX in 2005. The show follows the antics of “The Gang,” a group of Philly friends and bar owners who never run out of crazy schemes and have no sense of moral decency. Skewering topics such racism, sexual abuse, terrorism and more, the series has continually pushed boundaries since its inception.

The show’s pilot was made for only $200 and shot on a handheld camera by series stars Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day and Glenn Howerton. FX picked up the show for seven episodes, also bringing in actress Kaitlin Olson to co-star. In the second season, Danny DeVito joined the cast as Howerton’s and Olson’s depraved father, Frank Reynolds. The ensemble has since featured these five, also bringing in guest stars like Anne Archer, Stephen Collins, Judy Greer, Sinbad and more.

In its current season, “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” is doing well in ratings. For adults 18 to 49, viewership is up 55 percent and 51 percent with adults 18 to 34.

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Watch a sneak peek of IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIAThe World Series Defense” Season 5 Episode 6 which airs on Thursday Oct 22 at 10pm on FX.

Episode Synopsis: IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA “The World Series Defense” Season 5 Episode 6 – The gang tries to get out of paying a parking ticket that they received on the evening of the final game of the 2008World Series.

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(S05E01) It’s Always Sunny is back and it’s kicking your ass. Or at least it’s threatening you and your wife until you start crying a little bit and agree to partake in the antics, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. There were a lot of good moments in the premiere episode, though it didn’t really feel like a typical season opener, in as much as it didn’t present anything too big and different from the usual Always Sunny episode. Again, it was funny, of course, but it didn’t scream “premiere”, and perhaps that’s the best thing for Always Sunny.

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Honestly, a small part of me feared that five seasons in would be about the time the creators decided to give the show a mini-makeover, like some other shows. Make a fancier title design, drop “Temptation Sensation” for something specifically tailored to the show… I probably would have started shouting at the television (because we all know that’s incredibly effective) if there was something like a wacky season five spruce-up of the opening credits. I still feel the sting of Weedsalmost-betrayal in my mind, when they dropped their catchy little theme tune for some crappy digital visual gags.

But I digress.

The members of the gang don’t change, don’t improve upon their selves, so why should anything be punched up and different on the show? Dropping us right into another terrible, greedy plot (which ends in a carefree chicken fight in someone else’s pool) is just perfect and maybe even a little reassuring, as if to let us know that it’s still the show we love.

As always, whenever there are people suffering and feeling a little desperate, the gang sees a golden opportunity. In this case, it’s the mortgage crisis, and in this episode, the boys decided to make a little cash from it. Mac and Dennis donned some blazers and got a little flirtatious and needlessly angry (respectively) to try and sell a house they technically didn’t already have. One of the best parts of the episode was just Mac’s confused fury-face after the confrontation on the stairs. I would also like to note that Mac could have removed the sleeves from that blazer and totally pulled off that look.

Meanwhile, Charlie brushed up on some of his lawyer-ing skills, which somehow turned into him putting on his one go-to tie and challenging a real lawyer to a duel. I like how Charlie’s illiteracy has now spiraled out of just crazy-scribbles to generously sprinkled malapropisms in his speech. Yeah. “Malapropisms.” I totally paid attention to most of AP English.

Sweet Dee, on the other hand, essentially tried to sell her uterus as prime real estate to a couple looking for a surrogate. “You guys want to do the Octomom thing? I’m game. You want to out-do that bitch? I’ll have that conversation! — I’m kidding, I don’t want ten people inside of me.” Also, way to find an excuse to show off those abs. Kaitlin Olson, your lankiness is deceptive.

Frank was also there, accidentally severely burning children’s hands and sending battering rams through gates. Usual Frank stuff.

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Today I got the privilege of checking out the first episode of Season 5 of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, “The Gang Exploits The Mortgage Crisis,” which premiers on FX on September 17th 2009.

So what can I tell you about the first episode? Well, within the first minute it’s revealed that somebody is having a baby (I won’t tell you who) and Frank has just purchased a foreclosed house. The only problem with said house is that the family is still living in it, and will be for the next 90 days. This doesn’t sit well with Frank, who is eager to flip it for a quick buck. Mac and Dennis come to Frank’s aid and pose as gay realty partners, “Honey & Vinegar” to sell it off before it becomes more a burden. Yes, that’s right, and if that doesn’t give you enough reason to check out season 5 I’m not sure what does.

Meanwhile, Charlie challenges the home owner’s lawyer to a duel and Dee tries to negotiate a business opportunity of her own. Frank also makes a few hilarious appearances and as always, does not disappoint. All said, it’s a great episode that is full of laughs and an encouraging beginning to season 5. Episode one also contains a nice guest star appearance by Melanie Lynskey (Two and a Half Men).

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Danny DeVito And The Ensemble Cast Of The FX Original Series
Star In A Never-Before-Seen Christmas-Themed Special
Premiering On Blu-ray Disc And DVD November 17
From Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment

CENTURY CITY, Calif. – ‘Tis the season to be ill-suited. Pop open a bottle and toast to the most deviant, offensive and unwholesome bar owners in “Philly” as they celebrate the holidays in the raunchiest way possible when the never-before-seen It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia: A Very Sunny Christmas exclusively debuts on Blu-ray Disc and DVD November 17 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Compared to “Seinfeld” as one of the most obscene hilarious shows on television, “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” combines crude humor with brilliantly unwholesome commentary while touching on highly controversial topics such as politics, abortion and terrorism, in a way that gives “pushing the limits” a new meaning. In the first never-before-seen feature length comedy, follow Mac, Charlie, Dennis, Frank and Dee as they spread their Christmas spirit with inappropriate childhood videos, a bloody encounter with Santa Claus and all the over-the-top, twisted and politically incorrect behavior the city of brotherly love can handle.

With its fifth season set to premiere September 17, the unconventional original series produced by FX Productions, starring creators and writers Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton and Charlie Day, as well as comedy legend Danny Devito (“Taxi“) and fan-favorite Kaitlin Olsen, has continued to gain a hardcore fan base with a strong cult following since the series premiere in 1995 and is now up 97% in ratings since its first season.

The It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia: A Very Sunny Christmas Blu-ray Disc and DVD include behind the scenes footage of the cast and crew as they transform Paddy’s Pub into a winter wonderland, home videos of the gang as children celebrating the holidays and a Christmas Carol “Sunny Sing-A-Long.” The Blu-ray Disc will be available for the suggested retail price of $29.99 U.S./$32.99 Canada and the DVD will be available for $26.98 U.S./$37.98 Canada.

Ho, ho, heyooo! Christmas is nearly here and the Paddy’s gang has got the spirit. Well, not really. For them, the holidays have always been a time of trickery, backstabbing, and disappointment. But this year things are going to be different as they are determined to rediscover the joy in Christmas. Join Mac, Charlie, Dennis, Dee and Frank as they embark on a holiday adventure filled with stolen toys, childhood videos, naked elves and a bloody run in with Santa Claus that is guaranteed to blast Christmas spirit all over!

Blu-ray Disc Specs:
The A Very Sunny Christmas BD is presented in widescreen 1.78:1 aspect ratio on a 25GB single-layer disc authored in BD-J with AVC (MPEG 4) compression with English 5.1 DTS HD Master Audio along with English / French / Spanish subtitles. Special features include:

  • “Young Charlie & Young Mac: Deleted Scenes
    • Dad
    • Dogs
    • Bird
  • Behind the Scenes/Making Of featurette
  • Sunny Sing-A-Long

DVD Specs:
The A Very Sunny Christmas DVD is presented in widescreen 1:78:1 aspect ratiowith English Dolby Surround along with English / French / Spanish subtitles. Special features include all those listed above.

About Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
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Street Date: November 17, 2009
$29.99 U.S. / $32.99 Canada (Blu-ray Disc)
$26.98 U.S. / $27.98 Canada (DVD)
Total Run Time: 43:12 minutes
Closed Captioned: Yes