IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA Season 7 Episode 3 “Frank Reynold’s Little Beauties”

IT’S  ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA  Season 7 Episode 3 "Frank Reynold’s Little Beauties" airs Thursday, September 29 10pm on FX. Episode Synopsis: : Frank accidentally gets into the child pageantry business and is terrified of coming across as a ‘Diddler.’ As Dee tries to get  revenge  on Stage Moms everywhere, Mac, Dennis and Charlie think they’ve found their dark horse to win ‘Frank’s Little Beauties.’ Read More...

Dennis and Dee Experience the New Jersey Shore on 'It's Always Sunny' (VIDEO)

This week on 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' (Thu., 10PM ET on FX) the gang went to the Jersey Shore so that Dennis and Dee could try re-living their magical childhood. However, it seems that things on the boardwalk have taken a turn for the worse since then, and not even some Bo Derek cornrows or a sunscreen bottle full of tequila could make it better for the gang. Somehow, the hapless Dee and Dennis end up getting high on PCP and then are accomplices in an armed robbery that goes tragically wrong. It's like '10' meets 'Casino' as the pair are told to "DIG!" a grave in the sand.

IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA Season 7 Episode 2 “The Gang Goes to the Jersey Shore”

IT’S  ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA  Season 7 episode 2 "The Gang Goes to the Jersey Shore" airs Thursday, September 22 10pm on FX. Episode Synopsis: Dee and Dennis take the gang to their favorite childhood vacation spot  where things aren’t quite how they remember. While Dee and Dennis see the seedy side of the Jersey Shore, Mac, Frank and Charlie have the nights of their lives. Read More...

It's Always So Wrong in Philadelphia

They may be "the gross crew," but they're our gross crew. Last night, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia returned for its new season and as usual, the comedy's crassest laughs were as plus-sized as star/series creator Rob McElhenney , who has famously packed on 50...

'It's Always Sunny' Premiere: Dee Tries to 'Pretty Woman' Frank's Hooker (VIDEO)

['It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' Season 7, Episode 1 - 'Frank's Pretty Woman'] Proving once again that they're fearless, the 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' (Thu., 10PM ET on FX) returned once again to face off against the new fall seasons on the big networks. So while we're sampling all the new and fairly tame comedy offerings the broadcast networks have to offer, we can follow it up in the 10 o'clock hour with a swift kick in our funny bones. In it's seventh season now, 'Sunny' continues to pull no punches. For this season premiere, the show decided to do their own version of 'Pretty Woman.' It makes sense, since Frank's technically rich. But rather than Julia Roberts, Frank fell in love with a genuine crack whore named Roxie.

'Always Sunny' returns: Rob McElhenney finds 'Avatar' comparison, talks going as far as Season 10

If you know anything about Season 7 of "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia," premiering Sept. 15 on FX, you know that creator and star Rob McElhenney is now fat. And though his sudden, and intentional, 50-pound weight gain figures into Mac's scenes, its inclusion was intended to just amuse the 34-year-old actor. "It wasn't just about getting overweight, it was about trying to look as unattractive as I possibly could," McElhenney recently told reporters. "Our goal has always been to try and do what's not being done on television, and literally deconstructing the sitcom. So, where most sitcoms try to make the characters as lovable and likable, and as far I'm concerned, as fake as possible, we try to go the opposite, which is to make them as deplorable as possible, just to see if we can get away with it.""Sunny" has gotten away with a lot in its seven-season run, and in the beginning...

IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA Season 7 Premiere “Frank’s Pretty Woman”

IT’S  ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA  Season 7 episode 1 "Frank’s Pretty Woman" airs Thursday, September 15 10pm on FX. Episode Synopsis: With Frank intent on marrying  a prostitute, The Gang tries to make the best of it by attempting an image makeover  to uncover the heart of gold that exists deep inside Frank’s "pretty woman." Read More...

What to Expect in Sunny Season 7: A High School Reunion, a Kiddie Pageant, and a Baby Funeral

FX's It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia has gone from surprise hit to comedy heavyweight, and Season 7 is shaping up to be one of the best yet. Wetpaint Entertainment caught up with Charlie Day, who plays lovable dimwit Charlie Kelly, and, together with Rob McElhenney and Glen Howerton, created the show. "We're up to the same old tricks. It's a really funny season with some great episodes," Charlie told us in an exclusive interview. But what we really want to know is: Will the chronically unlucky-in-love...

'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' Season 6 DVD Clip

Where do you keep your unwanted mail? Andy and April keep their bills in the freezer on 'Parks and Recreation,' but Dee has another solution on 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia,' Season 6 of which is available on DVD and Blu-ray today. Her preferred mail storage option? The sewer. Which is why it's kind of surprising that Charlie and Frank stumbled upon it during one of their jaunts through the sewers. But, uh, why were they there in the first place? Check out AOL TV's exclusive clip from 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: The Complete Sixth Season' and see for yourself ... or not

The 'It's Always Sunny' Gang Talks Prostitutes, Pageants & Season 7 (VIDEO)

'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' is back for a seventh season (premieres Thurs., Sept. 15, 10PM ET on FX), and judging by what the cast revealed when I visited the set, the gang is all in fine 'Sunny' form. "This is like, without a doubt, the craziest season," Danny DeVito said. "Danny brought it all in," Rob McElhenney noted. "And he's devolved over the last few years on a personal level, and so we've taken advantage of that and put that in the show." The season premiere features their version of 'Pretty Woman,' which is much more grounded in reality. "Julia Roberts would only look like Julia Roberts for a very short period of time on the streets before looking like Julio Roberts," Glenn Howerton said. Charlie Day chimed in, "Someone would've cut that b*tch!" Then there's a 'Toddlers & Tiaras'-inspired kids beauty pageant that the cast had a lot of fun with. "It's one of my favorites," Kaitlin Olson admitted. "Dee's really into it, which is always so fun for me, when she's super into something." "Put a five year old in some WOW! Wear, and it just says America," Day added.