It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Several friends run a bar in Philadelphia.
Rob Rosell (Writer), Richie Keen (Director), Todd Biermann (Director), Charlie Day (Writer), Glenn Howerton (Writer), Rob Mcelhenney (Writer), Fred Savage (Director), David Hornsby (Writer), Becky Mann (Writer), Audra Sielaff (Writer), Randall Einhorn (Director), Matt Shakman (Director), Scott Marder (Writer), Adam Stein (Writer), Jordan Young (Writer), Elijah Aron (Writer), Sonny Lee (Writer), Patrick Walsh (Writer)
|"The Gang Gets Trapped" The gang designs a scheme to extract an artifact; their plans are jeopardized when the owners are still at home. (Repeat)||COMEDY|
|"The Gang Gets Racist" The guys hire Dee's friend, Terrell, to promote the bar; Charlie tries to prove he's not a racist, which always ends well. (Repeat)||COMEDY|
|"Charlie Wants an Abortion" A girl from Charlie's past reveals they have a child together; Mac sees the benefits of being a pro-life advocate; Dennis uses an abortion rally to meet women. (Repeat)||COMEDY|
|"Underage Drinking: A National Concern" The gang notices an increase in underage patrons; they decide to make a few adjustments to appeal to their younger crowd. (Repeat)||COMEDY|
|"Charlie Has Cancer" The gang learns that Charlie might have cancer; they hatch a scheme to alleviate his pain; Mac proves that he's a narcissist. (Repeat)||COMEDY|
Several friends own a neighborhood pub in Philadelphia and try to find their way in the world of work and relationships. But often, they can't get out of their own way, leading to diverse uncomfortable situations, which usually get worse before they get better.
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