One of the hallmarks and highlights of FX’s “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” is that the cast (who also write and produce the show) can utilize adult situations and language to great effect, without having to worry so much about Standards & Practices. But Charlie Day, Rob McElhenney, and Glenn Howerton have never simply just spewed the fucks, the dicks, the bitches, or the balls just for shits and giggles.
Rather, the words always come from the characters’ personalities and rhythms, it’s part of the music of the show. Also, potty humor for shits and giggles is the best. Here’s the cast talking about their freedoms (and occasional lack thereof) with clips from previous seasons and all-new scenes from the forthcoming seventh season. Now with even more Fat Mac!
Be forewarned, it may be safe for FX and the Internet, but depending on your place of work, the below video may be NSFW. Just put in your earbuds and bask in the profane glory:
Oh, Charlie… If you’re disturbed, I don’t wanna be not-disturbed. “It’s Always Sunny” returns on Thursday September 15 at 10pm/9pm CT. Watch it, white stains.
Rob Payne also writes the indie comic The Unstoppable Force, co-hosts the internet radio show We’re Not Fanboys, and grinds some gears on the Twitter machine @RobOfWar. It was merely good timing that this came out the same day he mentioned, in the “Community” post, how Danny DeVito’s touch helped save this show. Coincidence or destiny?