It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia is now the longest-running live-action sitcom ever, and somehow it’s still absolutely hilarious.
Series creator Rob McElhenney is the mastermind behind the cult favourite which has seen some of the world’s most awful people do awful things for a whopping 15 seasons.
The latest season saw the gang – made up of Rob, Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, Kaitlin Olson and Danny DeVito – travel to the Emerald Isle, with half of the newest episodes set in Ireland.
And while viewers in the UK and Ireland still have to wait for the episodes to air here (Seriously, get on with it already!) we’re at least able to watch the blooper reel to whet our appetite.
The Always Sunny In Philadelphia season 15 blooper reel has just dropped, courtesy of FX, and is available to watch on Youtube.
And, in true Sunny fashion, there is a serious warning for bad language and generally disgusting humour throughout – but that’s why we love it.
The newest season of Always Sunny at points delves into the gang’s past, including an interesting look at how Sweet Dee went from being, well, sweet, to the monster she is today.
One of the biggest features in the blooper reel shows Kaitlin, continuously leaving Glenn, Charlie and Rob in bits as she mocks them the way only Dee knows how, with the cast needing multiple attempts to film a seconds-long scene.
Other highlights include Danny trying (and failing) to get a ‘meatball’ on to a spoon, which has Charlie and special guest Colm Meaney in actual tears, with Charlie having to wipe his eyes on his jacket as he insists ‘I’m sorry, I’ll get it’.
One of the most ‘laugh until you’re in pain’ moments of the latest season was Dennis Reynolds, insisting he does not have Covid-19, trying to hold in a cough while in a real estate agents’ office in Ireland.
And as funny as that moment was in the show, the blooper … well, you’ll just have to watch it.
Meanehile, the gang have also been giving the goss on the It’s Always Sunny podcast, with a recent episode showing the gang recall the first time they met veteran actor Danny, and not being sure whether a story he told about his father keeping a box of teeth as a hobby, was real – or whether he was acting in character as Frank.
The series also contains some more serious moments, with Rob admitting he believes he is an alcoholic but it’s not negatively affecting his life – and Glenn revealing he almost went to prison as a young adult for trying to secure a fake ID.
It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia is now streaming on Netflix
Credit: Original article published here.