The first half of the two part finale was much more in line with the consistently great moments this season brought us, especially for a show in its ELEVENTH season. I just hope season twelve starts out stronger than this season ended.
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The first part of the two-part season finale of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia brought some big laughs and one huge character moment you either saw coming years ago or were completely surprised by.
It surprises me that it’s taken this long for us to get a straight St. Paddy’s Day themed episode of It’s Always Sunny seeing as their pub is named Paddy’s and the Gang basically treats every day like an Irish drinking festival anyway.
And just like that, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia is back on track, though mostly due to supporting cast. And every time I finish an episode thinking, “That was actually really funny,” I’m astounded that a show so deep into its run can still make me feel that way.
And thus the great disparity of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia has been made perfectly clear. How high their highs can be and how “meh” their lows.
It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia has never been nominated for an Emmy, nor have any of its cast. But after last night’s episode, they must consider Glenn Howerton for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy for his role as Dennis.
I can’t think of three back to back episodes I’ve enjoyed as much on first watch as I did the first three episodes of season eleven of Sunny. But the fourth episode felt disjointed and short on laughs.
Yes. After eleven seasons, we got the best/worst sex scene Sunny fans have ever experienced. And I’m not even sure it was real. Let me explain.
A strong episode! On to the next, but will the Sunny gang follow along this path of revisiting past gags that worked for them? We shall see.
I’ll start this review of the premiere episode of the eleventh season of FXX’s It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia with the obligatory: The Gang is back!