'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' Recap: The Gang Exploits the Mortgage Crisis

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When we last saw the Always Sunny gang, they were appearing in Charlie's play, "The Nightman Cometh," as part of his elaborate and bizarre plan to win the love of The Waitress, which (unsurprisingly) didn't work. Now, while I love this show and appreciate the idea of the "rock opera," I was fairly unimpressed with the Season 4 finale because, aside from a few funny moments, it came across as a rather lackluster attempt to cash in on the popularity of "Nightman" and "Dayman." So, I'm happy to report that Season 5 finds the gang back to form, doing their twisted takes on everything from the economic downturn to the Octomom saga.


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Sep 20, 2009 5:11AM EDT

One of the funniest Its Always Sunnys ever. I was laughing out loud the entire episode. When they tried kicking the door down, then the family let them inside, so they kicked the door down the opposite direction from the inside. And with Mac and Dennis's good realator bad realator, Honey and Vinegar try to sell the house to the couple and Mac(Vic Vinegar) gets in the guys face and yells at him till his wife agrees to buy the house...best episode since Charlie kidnapped the critic for writing a bad review about the bar.

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