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‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Season 10, Episode 8 – The Gang Goes on Family Fight | TV Review

  ‘The Gang Goes On Family Fight’ is where we see the fall of the ‘Golden God’; where we see him cower on the floor and cry like a small child. To say that Dennis (Glenn Howerton) has an ego would be an understatement of such stupendous majesty, that it would be like comparing the Earth to that of the[…]

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‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Season 10, Episode 7 – Mac Kills His Dad | TV Review

  From the title of this episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia alone, it’ll be clear that this episode will skew towards the black end of the comedy scale. There’s heavy stuff from the get go, with a ferry crash and an attempted suicide by Bill Ponderosa (Lance Barber). What we learn by the end of the episode however,[…]

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‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Season 10, Episode 6 – The Gang Misses The Boat | TV Review

  This episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia – ‘The Gang Misses the Boat’ – is very definitely one for the fans; the ones who have watched every episode and know every line and comeback, prop and reference. In fact this episode has enough self-awareness that we will be fighting it and SKYNET in the post-apocalyptic future.   It[…]

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‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Season 10, Episode 5 – The Gang Spies Like U.S. | TV Review

  I’m convinced by now that the gang as a whole has a form of selective amnesia in the fifth episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 10 – ‘The Gang Spies like U.S’. I say this because they act as if “sitcom continuity” is in fact reality, where the status quo resets with each episode, and when a[…]

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‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Season 10, Episode 4 – Charlie Work | TV Review

  This episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Series 10 – ‘Charlie Work’ – is a send up of the comedy of errors that were popular in years past, for example: the guy has accidentally got two dates for the prom and he nearly dies from exhaustion trying not to get found out. But imitation without iteration, without putting[…]

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