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Everything Tragic About Charlie On 'It's Always Sunny' Can Be Traced Back To The 'Nightman'

“The Nightman Cometh” is the second best episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (according to fans of the FXX series on IMDb, at least). The season four classic proved so popular that The Gang — Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, Rob McElhenney, Kaitlin Olson, and Danny DeVito — took the production on the road, singing “Tiny Boy, Little Boy, Baby Boy,” “Just to Be Clear,” and “The Troll Toll” in front of packed theaters in six cities. 170 more words


Charlie Kelly Lines For When You've Gotta Prove That You're A Wildcard

When most people think of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia‘s Charlie Kelly (Charlie Day), the put-upon janitor of Paddy’s Pub, the first thing that comes to mind is a gas-huffing, rat-killing outcast who lives in squalor while making ends meet by boiling denim and scavenging for eggs. 726 more words


Great Character # 5 - Charlie Kelly

If any of you were to spend any significant amount of time with me in real life you would learn one very obvious thing.

My friends and I are HUGE fans of the show It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.   698 more words


It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia: Sweet Dee Gets Deported

Below is an excerpt from my first completed spec script. If anyone from Sunny sees it, I will accept payment in the form of a signed script or poster. 184 more words

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'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia' Already Gave Us 2016's Best Sex Scene

If anyone on It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia could use a win, it’s the Waitress or Rickety Cricket. So let me rephrase that: If anyone in The Gang on… 382 more words


Let These Charlie Kelly Quotes Inspire You When You Need To Hold It All Together


While Charlie Kelly (Charlie Day) may lack the steely-eyed charisma of Dennis (Glenn Howerton) or the boorish, bullying presence of Mac (Rob McElhenney), he has proven time and again that he really is the glue that holds the gang, and their bar, together. 697 more words


Why You Would Never Want To Live With Frank And Charlie From 'It's Always Sunny'

There have been many great TV roommate duos over the years, but there is none more deplorable and unsettling than the Charlie Kelly/Frank Reynolds tandem. Everything about Charlie’s apartment is probably in violation of health and building codes, and when he takes on Frank as a roommate things somehow become even worse. 863 more words