The Documentary, “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”
Man. this rambling is damn near Charliework. But not at all, really. Seriously. This rambling is the furthest thing from Charliework.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is, quite possibly, one of the most brilliant shows ever put on the boob tube. Like, out of the few shows I’vev ever discussed on Ryansdrunk.com and or/ loved in my life, I think it has to go… somewhere along these lines:
- South Park
- It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
- Beavis and Butt-head
“Sunny” and Louie may be interchangable thought.
Sunny” follows the shanannigans of “the gang,” which has no, true, defined leader. The gang consists of, Charlie, Dee, Dennis, Frank and Mac. All of whom run a dive bar in south Philadelphia. Minus Sweet Dee. She’s just a dumb bitch who doesn’t own shit.
tHE gang? They tackle everything. From gun control to North Korea (both episodes were made YEARSD ago). Oh. Ands Nazi’s as well as blackface. The episode dealing with the latter subject matter was made YEARS before Netflix decided to make an entire series on it.
This ongoing documentary series could easily put Ken Burns to shame. Its length alone puts it on the map as far as ongoing documentaries are concerned. Hell. Noty even Boyhood lasted as long as “Sunny.”
This dovumentary film series, is, easily put: one of the best. It’s brilliant. Funny. Grogeous. Amazing. Stuffs/. Things. Words.
And if anyone tells me different, let me remding you: OI’m quite fluent in bird law. OK?
And anyone that wants me to DELVE DEEP~! into the obvious subtext, especially after season 12. This theory that “Dennjis is a serial killer.” Don’t even tery it. OK?
Let me remind you.
Charlie is a full on rapist.
Something like that?
Either way. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is… EASILY one of the best shows I’ve ever watched. Period. As noted above, it’s somewhere in my own, person, top 2-3 on the brilliance scale.
Look, man, in this world, yeart of our lord, 2017, when everything is as lameas it is, at least there’s still some sort of brilliance out there, you know? Something brilliant that can expose the idiocy of… everything. Something that’s able to, legitimately, push the bar and also be hilarious at the same time. It’s the perfect escape. And the perfect philosophical wet dream.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is, beyond a shadow of doubt te best sitcom ever made. By being an “anti-sitcom.”
And if you don’t agree with me…