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- It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Seasons 1 and 2 DVD Set
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Bottom's Up! Knock one back at Paddy's Pub, the neighborhood watering hole run by Charlie, Mac, Dennis and his sister Dee - four hilariously warped and egocentric friends whose twisted world views and precarious judgments on serious social issues often leads to awkward and outrageous misadventures. This is the setting for the refreshingly raw and edgy FX original comedy series It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia that takes dysfunction to wickedly hilarious extremes, debuting with the first two seasons together on DVD September 4th from Fox Home Entertainment.
One of television's most politically incorrect shows that has been praised by critics as "so-wrong-it's-riotous" (TV Guide), "darkly funny" (Pittsburgh Post Gazette), "gleefully raunchy and hilarious" (Arizona Republic) and "downright uproarious" (San Jose Mercury News), It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia features some of the most vain, dishonest, self-obsessed group of friends since Seinfeld skewering such brazen subjects as abortion, underage drinking, molestation, gun control, homophobia and steroids with laugh-out-loud consequences. Starring newcomers Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton and Kaitlin Olson, the series welcomed comedy legend Danny DeVito as a series regular in Season Two (marking his triumphant return to TV in over 20 years since his award-winning role on Taxi). Featuring all 17 First and Second Season episodes, the It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Seasons 1 and 2 three-disc DVD set is highlighted by cast commentary, scenes from the original pilot, outtakes, making of featurette and more. The DVD set will be available to own for the suggested retail price of $39.98 U.S. / $46.98,Canada.
Mac (McElhenney), Charlie (Day) and Dennis (Howerton) star as three best friends who own Paddy's Irish Pub in Philadelphia, along with Dennis' sister Dee (Olson) who works as the bartender. In each episode, these characters have their own self-interest in mind, no matter how unique or mundane the situation. While they generally are interested in making the business successful, they sometimes have a greater interest in scamming one another. Serious issues such as racism, abortion, underage drinking, molestation, cancer and death somehow weave their way into the cockeyed universe of these four 20-somethings. The second season introduced Frank Reynolds (DeVito) as Dennis and Dee's estranged father, who tries to reconnect with his children and rekindle his misspent youth while in the midst of a divorce from their mother Barbara (played by Anne Archer).
- The Gang Gets Racist
- Charlie Wants An Abortion
- Underage Drinking: A National Concern
- Charlie Has Cancer
- Gun Fever
-The Gang Finds A Dead Guy
- Charlie Gets Molested
- Scenes from the Original Pilot
- Charlie Gets Crippled
- The Gang Goes Jihad
- The Gang Gives Back
- Dennis And Dee Go On Welfare
- Mac Bangs Dennis' Mom
- The Gang Runs For Office
- Commentary by Danny DeVito, Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day and Glen Howerton on Mac Bangs Dennis' Mom
- Hundred Dollar Baby
- Charlie Goes America All Over Everybody's Ass
- The Gang Exploits A Miracle
- Dennis and Dee Get A New Dad
- Sunny Side Up - "Making Of" featurette
- The Gang F**ks Up outtakes
- Making A Scene: It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
- Kaitlin Olson audition tapes
- Commentary by Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, Glen Howerton and Kaitlin Olson on Hundred Dollar Baby
- U.S. Rating: NR
- Total Run Time: 425 minutes
- Closed Captioned: Yes
- Aspect Ratio: Full Screen
- Audio: English Stereo
- Subtitles: English and Spanish
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