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Thursday, 27 October 2011

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 7 Episode 7 Chardee MacDennis: The Game of Games 27 October 2011

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 7 Episode 7 Chardee MacDennis: The Game of Games 27 October 2011.Another rainy day in Philadelphia. The gang can't go out and play, so they stay indoors and play a board game of their own devising. (It doesn't much resemble Chutes and Ladders). They also drink. .Four young friends with big egos and slightly arrogant attitudes are the proprietors of an Irish bar in Philadelphia.It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is a black comedy that began airing on August 4, 2005 on FX. The series follows "The Gang", a group of five depraved underachievers: twins Dennis and Deandra "Sweet Dee" Reynolds, their friends Charlie Kelly and Mac, and Frank Reynolds, Dennis and Dee's father, who runs Paddy's Pub, a run-down bar in South Philadelphia.FX has ordered 39 more episodes starting from the fifth season. The episodes would likely be split up into three more seasons with each season containing about 13 episodes each, meaning that the show would last for at least seven seasons total.[1] On August 6, 2011, FX renewed It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia for an eighth and ninth season, with an option for a tenth.Watch Video Online It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia 27 Oct Youtube Free live stream Online VIDEO FX Watch Pilot Episode For Free Trailer and Preview of 27 Oct 2011 Cast Crew Pictures and Wallpapers.Online Watch It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Episode Full On FX TV 27 Oct 2011 English Drama Serial. Watch It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia FX Video online Free, FX 27 Oct 2011 Online Tv Live Streaming.Summary :Four young friends with big egos and slightly arrogant attitudes are the proprietors of an Irish bar in Philadelphia. Owning their own buisness gives them the flexibility to spend their time satisfying their own distorted needs. This provocative sitcom is known for pushing the envelope by tackling some controversial issues. Because of the show's edgy subject matter, twisted humor, and the gang's hilariously unconventional approach at life, this series drew a small cult following during its first season. The second season addition of Danny DeVito to the cast gave the series a slight ratings boost that helped its renewal.

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Dennis (Glenn Howerton), Mac (Rob McElhenney), and Charlie (Charlie Day) are all the owners of an Irish bar in Philadelphia, and "Sunny" essentially follows their awkward lives - each episode revolving around some type of political or social issue such as gun control, abortion, steroids, underage drinking, health care, and the handicapped (just to touch on a few issues already addressed in the show).

It begs comparison with "Arrested Development," "The Office," "Seinfeld" and "South Park" in its broad humor and wit, but it is completely original in its own right. The pilot was filmed on a low budget by a few friends and was picked up by FX after wards, so the show retains its low-budget feel - giving it a gritty, down-to-earth edge.

"Sunny" does border on the edge of bad taste sometimes (hell, what am I saying - it crosses the line every time) but it contains enough satire and wit to get away with it. For example: in one episode Mac and Dennis decide to pick up girls at an abortion rally. Mac pretends to be pro-life just so he can be around an attractive woman, whom he ends up sleeping with. Later, she tells him she's pregnant. "You need to get an abortion," he says. This type of irony runs throughout every episode.

The banter between the characters in the show is what tends to be particularly funny. The actors - although novices - are all great. Charlie Day in particular has me laughing like crazy every episode. And his interaction with Danny DeVito (who's been brought in for season two) is hilarious. Season two is more polished so far in terms of the mechanics of the show - the characters have all been setup now and they know what they're doing - and in that regard it is seeming to get better and better with every episode.

You do have to have a very sick sense of humor to like some of this - DeVito's character, Frank, is the father of Dennis and Dee, and his reason for being in the show is that he is getting a divorce and wants to relive his glory days as a youth. He tries to re-ignite a relationship with an old girlfriend of his from high school - but when he finds out she's a grandmother and not interested in doing anything wild, his attention instantly turns to the waitress and he tunes her out. It's cruel, sick and hilarious. DeVito is playing another ruthless character (same as in "Taxi" all those years ago) and it works splendidly.


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