quote:Airs: Thursday 10:30 PM on FX (30 mins)
Status: New Series
Premiered August 4, 2005
Show Category: Comedy
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia revolves around three friends who own a bar in the City of Brotherly Love and have to overcome their relentless self-involvement to make their friendship and business work.
It was created Rob McElhenney, an actor ("Wonder Boys," "13 Conversations About One Thing") taking his first shot behind the camera. He'll also star with Charlie Day ("Luis") and Glenn Howerton ("That '80s Show," "ER").
http://www.maximonline.co(...)review_tv_10300.htmlquote:It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
( FX )
Premieres Thursday, August 4 at 10:30 P.M. (ET)
Reviewed by Patrick Richardson
Well written, exceptionally cast, and genuinely hilarious, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is the working-class answer to Seinfeld. Native Philadelphian Rob McElhenney creates and stars in this single-camera sitcom alongside two of his long-time friends (Charlie Day and Glenn Howerton) and Sketch Show's Kaitlin Olson. Mutual proprietors of an Irish pub in South Philly, they offend black people, party with teens, and attempt to overcome their own wanton self-absorption in order to make their friendship and business work. If you've ever worked both sides of an abortion rally to pick up chicks or pretended to date a black co-ed just to prove you're not racist, then you'll adjust nicely to life in the City of Brotherly Love. Twisted, goofy, offensive, and often as absurd as Arrested Development, we thank FX for serving up quick-witted, legitimate laughs while other networks remain content to churn out sitcoms involving fat men, skinny wives, and George Lopez.
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