Universal acclaim- based on 113 Ratings
May 26, 2013In this politically correct day an age in which network executives constantly fear offending people it is truly refreshing to watch a comedy series that plays by its own rules. Much like The Simpsons each episode is almost virtually self contained and regardless of what happens everything is always back to normal by the following installment. This allows the writers freedom to put the characters in pretty much any situation they wish (up to and including becoming kidnappers and hunting a homeless person) and while this of course means not every gag completely hits the mark the fast pace and excellent performances of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia ensures there are plenty of laughs.
The best season yet.… Full Review »
Feb 3, 2013This season is one of my favorite of Always Sunny. Danny Devito 's character really establishes himself in this season and hits rock bottom to be a part of the "gang". The improv feel of the show can really be felt throughout the whole season which adds to the hilarity of it.… Full Review »