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‘It’s Always Sunny’ in this Gangsta Rap Opus

Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia
One of the panels that I was most aggravated to have missed this year at Comic-Con was the panel for the FX comedy “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.” Over its first 3 seasons, the creation of three friends Rob MacElhenney, Glen Howerton and Charlie Day has become one of the funniest shows on television. It follows the follies of three ambitious slackers and their closest, drunkest friends and relatives as they deal with the tall order of running a bar in Philadelphia.

As it is easily one of my favorite shows, I am anxiously awaiting the start of the fourth season, which will hit the airwaves of FX on September 18 at 10:00pm. And in an attempt to drum up some buzz for the fourth season, the drunken comedic masterminds set off to do a little music video entitled “Going Back to Philly.” It is pretty outrageous. Have a look for yourself below:

As well, for those of you who are like me and failed epically, missing the show’s Comic-Con panel, that has also been posted online. Once again, the internet comes through in my time of need.

And just because I am in the mood to post all sorts of fancy videos from “It’s Always Sunny,” here is another one of my favorite moments from season 3. Fans know this one as an original song by Charlie and Dennis, the tale of “Day Man.”

Also, it is worth noting that “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” Season 3 comes out on DVD on September 9th. We unfortunately left it off of our list of the 20 Essential DVD Sets to Prepare You for Fall, so I thought I would mention it here.

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet.

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