Fans of this dark comedy on FX will agree that Season 4 of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is the DARKEST season yet. For those who have never seen the show, you’re in for a real treat (well, treat may not be the word I should be using)
Its Always Sunny In Philadelphia: Season 4 is not always EASY to watch, but just like a train wreck – you can’t help yourself. “Sunny” is a train wreck of laughs that you’ll find yourself craving disc after disc. You may find yourself cringing – but, you WON’T want to look away.
Join the gang at Paddy’s Pub and brace yourself for a shot of outrageous fun! While Paddy’s may be the worst bar in Philadelphia, it’s full of off color characters who are politically incorrect and downright obscene. Whether it’s Dee and Charlie’s flirtation with cannibalism, Frank’s glory-hole fixation, or Mac’s raucous reenactment of Dennis’s over-the-top sexual memoirs, nothing is sacred for these dysfunctional misfits as they hilariously destroy all possible boundaries of good taste.
Season Four includes the now infamous (and inappropriate) Nightman Cometh episode, about a musical production that Charlie wrote and the gang acts & sings and dances too. Including a guest apperarance by Rhea Pearlman. You won’t want to miss the BONUS LIVE show of the gang performing The Nightman Cometh at the Troubadour Theater in Los Angeles (with special guest appearance by Rhea Pearlman.
• “Mac and Dennis: Manhunters”
• “The Gang Solves The Gas Crisis”
• “America’s Next Top Paddy’s Billboard Model Contest”
• “Mac’s Banging The Waitress”
• “Mac and Charlie Die (Part 1)”
• “Mac and Charlie Die (Part 2)”
• “Who Pooped The Bed?”
• “Paddy’s Pub: The Worst Bar In Philadelphia”
• “Dennis Reynolds: An Erotic Life”
• “Dee Has A Heart Attack”
• “The Gang Cracks The Liberty Bell”
• “The Gang Gets Extreme: Home Makeover”
• “The Nightman Cometh”
• The Nightman Cometh Live!
• Dennis Reynolds: An Erotic Life
• Season 4 Blooper Reel
***Not recommended for children because of sexual content, drug references and obscenties.***
“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 4” can be purchased at Amazon.com and other retailers for under $40.
We’d like to thank Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment for providing a copy for our review.
Ratings are based on a 5-star scale
Review by Bro’ “B” – Ben