With season 14 now in the record books and the doors to Paddy's closing for a long winter's nap, FXX's It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is now set to surpass ABC's The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet as the longest-running live-action comedy series.
Now that's a title Mac (Rob McElhenney), Dennis (Glenn Howerton), Charlie (Charlie Day), Dee (Kaitlin Olson), and Frank (Danny DeVito) will be more than happy to hang behind the bar – and one they're expected to hold onto for awhile.
Safe to say things are pretty good for The Gang from Paddy's Pub – and from the sounds of FX CEO John Landgraf, the network would like things to keep going "pretty good" for two more seasons (at least).
After a failed attempt at finding love (at least for some of them) and a successful (if not "scorched earth"-like) effort to "save" the Thunder Gun franchise, Dennis, Mac, Charlie, and Frank didn't want to waste time getting back to the scheming. Unfortunately for them (but big props to Dee), they ran face-first into the brick wall that was "Dee Day".
Moving quickly on from there… the season got back on track as we travelled into Charlie's twistedly bizarre mind as he looks to crack the case of who "diarrhea-poisoned" Frank. Then "The Gang Solves Global Warming"… only to find a way to leave things wonderfully worse – before "Paddy's Has a Jumper" and The Gang tries to apply analytics to their questionable sense of morals.
Which lead us to the one-hour season finale "A Woman's Right to Chop" / "Waiting for Big Mo" – and while we'll be sharing our thoughts on how the season wrapped up tomorrow, the folks at FXX and Always Sunny are sharing the not-so-great-that-they're-awesome blooper moments from this season.
But before you check it out? Remember one thing: Frank's "talkin' about community, hun"…
"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" season 14, episode 9 "A Woman's Right to Chop": When a trendy new hair salon opens up right next door to Paddy's, Dennis and Frank go on the offensive to stop women from cutting off their hair. Meanwhile, Mac is reunited with his childhood dog Poppins. Written by Dannah Phirman & Danielle Schneider, directed by Pete Chatmon.
"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" season 14, episode 10 "Waiting for Big Mo": Dennis and Charlie stand guard at the entrance to their laser tag base waiting to ambush the legendary "Big Mo," but Dennis begins to ponder the reasons they play laser tag and if their pursuit of a victory is worth their effort. Written by David Hornsby; directed by Pete Chatmon.