For the past 11 seasons of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Mac has worked tirelessly to be accepted. As the self-appointed Sheriff of Paddy’s Pub, played by show creator Rob McElhenney (who turns 39 on Thursday), Mac sees himself as imperative to the bar’s operations, both for his perceived physical strength and martial arts prowess. 796 more words
Maybe your favorite TV dad helped install a moral center in you, maybe he taught you that TV moms are always way out of the TV dad’s league in the looks department, or maybe he was a bastard, or a moron, or both. 980 more words
There’s an old saying that goes, “Sometimes you meet someone that makes your life better — these people are called bartenders.” In films and on television, these characters have served to offer advice, friendship, or just a simple place to go and relax, usually as supporting players to the main characters (though there are exceptions to that rule). 982 more words
By John McDevitt
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A TV comedy series set in Philadelphia gets a record tying two-season renewal at the FXX channel.
It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia was picked up at the FXX channel for two more seasons. 162 more words