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Since the year is nearly coming to an end (finally), Fandom is reflecting back on the past year in order to move forward in 2021. To help us do that, I was wondering if you could spare a little time to fill out the 6 questions on this feedback form, which will help us get a sense of how we did, where we can improve, and what our focus points should be for the next year. This survey will be totally anonymous, so please be as honest and constructive as possible.
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I noticed that this community is making due without any active admins. With season 15…
The season premiere of the eighth season of Sunny aired last night, and we want to know what you thought about "Pop-Pop: The Final Solution". If you already forgot what happend in the episode, perhaps this image will refresh your memory...
Yes, it's little Dee and Dennis Reynolds at a neo-nazi youth camp in 1981. I guess it was inevitable that The Gang, who are also the writers of the show, would tackle the subject of Nazis. Even though Mac, Frank, and Charlie set off on a quest to find Pop-Pop's painting of a german shepherd, which was possibly painted by Adolph Hitler himself, the episode was clearly not so much "Indiana Jones" as much as it was just family heritage discovery on crack.
Then again, "Sunny" can take any subject matter and t…
Season 8 of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia begins on Thursday, October 11th at 10 PM ET/PT on FX, and is set to consist of 13 inevitably hilarious episodes.
First, I'd like to point out how absolutely AMAZING the marketing campaign for this season has been. Have you seen the promos? They are probably the best promos for any TV show, ever. In a masterstroke of self-deprecation, obscure cameo infusion, and blatant parody, it was announced that the entire cast of It's Always Sunny was replaced by the likes of Haley Joel "I see dead people" Osmont as Mac, rapper Xzibit as Sweet Dee, UFC fighter Chael Sonnen as Dennis, Candace "DJ Tanner" Cameron as Charlie, and Andrew Dice Clay as Frank. What you haven't seen during commercial breaks is this…
I want to create a graphic novel of The Adventures of Rickety Cricket: when he's not around The Gang.
- How he Learned to parkour and somehow avoided Mac & Dennis all day?
- What did he do to recover from being beaten by the mob?
- Where did he get his hydrolic legs in The Gang Dances Their Asses Off?
- Did he have adventures with Peter Ninkempoop the white horse that Charlie fell in love with?
FX has recently confirmed that It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia will be back for two more seasons in 2012 and 2013. FX's other comedies (Wilfred, Louie, The League, and Archer) will also live to see another season or two. Sunny's seventh season is about one month away, and it is a relief that we'll get to enjoy The Gang's warped antics through at least December 2013.
Season 6 my have been a bit tame (I blame Kaitlin Olson's pregnancy,) but the sneak peeks and promos for Season 7 look hilarious (fake baby funerals? Glee parodies? Fat Mac? Frank marrying a prostitue? Yes please!) I can only imagine what new lows the Paddy's crew will sink to in Season 8 and Season 9.
All Sunny fans are sadists at heart. You know you get a kick out of Charlie, Mac, Dennis, Frank, and Dee toiling and sometimes ruining other peoples' lives. If you didn't, I don't know why you would be watching this show. Half of the fun is seeing how zany and crude the gang can get. Over at Warming Glow, they take a look at some of the gang's most vile actions throughout the years. We will briefly look at a few of their selections, but to see the whole list head to their site.
In the episode, Charlie Wants An Abortion, Mac attempts to woo a female named Megan. In his pursuits to woo her, he mentions how many abortion doctors he has killed and he then proceeds to sleep with her. Dennis also tries to use the pro-life side to find some ladie…