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'Always Sunny' Cast Goes Gentle Into That Good Night

And they are quickly replaced. After seven seasons and several twisted adventures, the cast of It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia have decided to hang it up and move on. Or they were fired. Depends who you ask. However, don't worry about missing the loveable screw-ups at Paddy's Pub. The original actors have all been replaced and we doubt you'll even notice the difference. Haley Osment as Mac, Xzibit as Sweet Dee, Andrew Dice Clay as Frank, UFC Fighter Chael Sonnen as Dennis, and Candace Cameron as Charlie. Throw in Alan Tudyk as Rickety Cricket and we're in business.


Let's Revisit Dennis Reynolds' Creepiness In This 'Always Sunny' Supercut

How creepy? Infinity creepy. We were never under the impression that the gang from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia were good people, but, as the series plugs along, the episodes keep reminding us HOW BAD they really are. Nowhere is that more apparent than with Glenn Howerton's Dennis Reynold's, who has made the trek from narcissistic ladies' man to sexual predator with homicidal tendencies. In case the devolution doesn't come quickly to you, YouTube user EXEC1982 has made a clip to remind us. It starts off bad, and gets predictably worse. Whether he's speaking frankly about the implication of rape to get sex, or talking himself up in the mirror, there are no bounds to Dennis' terribleness, and the fact that he's the most capable one of the bunch just makes him that much more dangerous.


'Always Sunny' Returns To Comedy Central

If there are two things you can count on "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" for, it's laughs and date rape defense tactics. This quick promo delivers both. If there are two things you can count on "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" for, it's laughs and date rape defense tactics. This quick promo delivers both. Will Mac ever quit pretending that he's a karate master? As soon as Charlie and Frank rid their apartment complex of feral cats. So, no. Never. "Always Sunny" brightens your Mondays starting January 3 at 9/8c on Comedy Central.


Chase Utley FINALLY Responds To Mac From 'Always Sunny's Fan Letter

"I feel like I can call you 'Chase'..." Poor Mac. Waiting around for so long for this letter must have been hell for him. He's not exactly a secure, tough guy, despite what the sleeveless shirts and karate might indicate. For those who have no idea what this video is about, about four years ago, the gang from Always Sunny went to Phillies game, prior to which, they found out that Mac had written an extremely boyish and adorable letter to the Phillies' Chase Utley professing his love and respect. Chase, who I guess has been busy with other things, now responds.


It's A Fat Mac Attack In New 'Sunny' Season 7 Trailer

'There's more to life than piles of food'. [post-album postid="205384" item="1"]Rob McElhenney is the Robert De Niro of TV comedy - gaining 50 pounds just because it would be "funny" on It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia. Now, you can see a sneak preview of Fat Mac in a trailer for the show's 7th season. It is funny, I guess, but there's also something ... disturbing(?) about it. Anyway, it's pretty short and Mac-centric, but it should still scratch fans of the show and curious rubberneckers right where they itch. And as always with It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, a valuable lesson is imparted: "There's more to life than piles of food." Thanks, guys. The new season premieres on FX on September 15.