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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.
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 Weeds‘ almost-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.
You’d have thought that after 32 episodes of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (premieres on FX, next Thursday, 9/18 at 10PM) that Mac, Dennis, Dee, Charlie, and Frank would have tackled just about anything you can think of that’s offensive. They’ve hit on underage drinking, Nazis, sex offenders, dumpster babies, religion, retardation, homosexuality, and homeless people. Well I’m here to tell you that it’s far from over. There’s still plenty of off-color material for these five fools to rape (considering the context… I think that is the right word) and it isn’t stopping with this season, which will run for 13 episodes. FX president John Landgraf has confirmed that 39 more episodes will follow. But I’m getting ahead of myself. My thoughts on the season four premiere are after jump.
Much like the last two seasons, It’s Always Sunny’s fourth chapter will start off with double episodes for the first few weeks before it switches back to one new/one repeat for the remainder of the season. I’ve seen the two episode, hour premiere (“Mac and Dennis: Manhunters” and “The Gang Solves the Gas Crisis”) and guess what else can be added to that that list I started? How about hunting humans for sport, cannibalism, water-boarding, terrorism, and… tea-bagging. Go do a Google search if you really want to know. And while you’re at it, search for “gorilla mask” too.
“Manhunters” plays out much like all Sunny eps do, although rather than a strong A plot and weaker B plot, both stories carry equal weight as Mac and Dennis hunt down Rickety Cricket (played by David Hornsby, who also writes/produces) while Charlie and Dee seek out human flesh for a snack. It’s an instant classic, but that isn’t saying much for this show because just about all of them are.
The second half-hour focuses on the gas crisis, prices, and what the gang can do to turn a profit. I won’t give away too much on that one other than to say that water-boarding is a terrible thing to be a victim of. However, getting water-boarded with your head in a urinal is surely worse.
Besides the return of Cricket (apparently his legs healed up just fine after his last appearance), this season will also feature the return of the Waitress and Dennis and Dee’s real father, Bruce Mathis (Stephen Collins… very briefly). Also making guest appearances are comedian Sinbad and Rob Thomas (of Matchbox 20). Fred Savage is also back and directed the first six episodes of the season.
As for topics, season four will deal all sorts of things like death, swinger’s parties, pooping in bed, heart attacks, and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. However, one episode title does have me intrigued – “The Nightman Cometh.” Could this be a follow-up to the classic Charlie/Dennis song, “Nightman?” One can only hope.
One thing I did notice was Danny DeVito’s appearance. Maybe it’s a creative choice, but he looks far more haggard than usual. His hair looks like he stuck his finger in an electrical socket and he’s now donning eyeglasses with lenses as thick as Larry’s dad on Curb Your Enthusiasm. Then again, it could have something to do with his channeling of John Rambo in “Manhunters.” Again, instant classic.
At this point, we’ve all heard this show get referred to as “Seinfeld on crack” and I can’t think of a more incorrect way to describe It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. First off, it wouldn’t be crack. It’d pot brownies deep-fried in 151 proof rum and then sprinkled with crushed Vicodin and drizzled with a creamy heroin syrup.
And secondly, this isn’t a show about nothing. It’s about everything – more specifically, everything that’s taboo, offensive, disgusting, and just plain insulting. And as Glenn Howerton, Rob McElhenney, and Charlie Day have proven, that’s a long list.
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