It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: The Gang Shares A Ton of Bloopers

Last week's final two episodes of FXX's It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia left us with a ton of questions about The Gang going forward. By the time the credits rolled on "Dee Sings in a Bog" (written by David Hornsby & Rob Roseell and directed by Pete Chatmon) and "The Gang Carries a Corpse Up a Mountain" (written by Megan Ganz and directed by Richie Keen), we had Mac's (McElhenney) nationality rebooted and then re-rebooted, a heartbreaking death, an Emmy-worthy moment for Charlie Day, an escalation of the war between Dee (Kaitlin Olson) & The Waitress (Mary Elizabeth Ellis), Frank (Danny DeVito) & Dennis (Glenn Howerton) almost having a legit father/son moment, Dennis showing that his psychotic tendencies weren't necessarily COVID-induced, and a ton more. It also left us without any new "Always Sunny" for another year, but thankfully there's The Always Sunny Podcast to lean on.

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But if you're just looking for a good laugh this holiday season with The Gang's real-life counterparts as they stumble, laugh, and generally screw up through 14 past seasons of excellence, then you've come to the right place because we've compiled the official blooper videos shared by FX Networks. Unfortunately, there's didn't appear to be one for the first season, but here's a look at Seasons 2-5:

With the sixth season video not posted yet, here's a look at Seasons 7-8"

And then interestingly enough, we don't have ones for Seasons 9-10, with Seasons 11 & 12 featured on one video followed by Seasons 13 & 14:

Earlier this week, McElhenney announced that his, Howerton, Day & Ganz's The Always Sunny Podcast will be offering a companion video podcast series that will also offer fans a personal look back at the series episode-by-episode- with a ton of extras in-between. In the following clip, the trio discusses why the idea of a video podcast is a bad one on a number of levels. But since this is the "Always Sunny" universe, you know how that ends up, right?

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About Ray Flook

Serving as Television Editor since 2018, Ray began five years earlier as a contributing writer/photographer before being brought onto the core BC team in 2017.
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