Thursday, September 16, 2010

'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia': The Gang's 10 Craziest

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia cast

He's hawked kitten mittens and staged a musical about love, but "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" star Charlie Day is just getting started. The actor, writer and exec producer of FX's off-color comedy recently starred in the movie "Going the Distance"; he'll also appear in this winter's "Horrible Bosses." To mark the start of "Sunny's" sixth season (10 p.m. Thu.), Day spoke with us about his character, Charlie Kelly, and wearing green spandex.

» EXPRESS: What do you think makes "Sunny" so popular?
» DAY: You really can't categorize our show. And I think people have sort of tired of the traditional sitcom. I think today's viewing audience is a little bit more savvy and their sense of humor is a little edgier, and they come to us, fortunately.As you tune in for tonight's season 6 premiere of 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' (10PM ET, FX), chew on this: The phrase "friends with benefits" has never been used in a more clever way than it is in the season opener's Charlie (Charlie Day) and Frank (Danny DeVito) storyline.

In fact, the duo -- whose chemistry remains one of the very best things about the very funny show -- embark on yet another grand scheme that, like most of the 'Sunny' gang's other cockamamie campaigns, doesn't turn out as planned, to say the least.

But it does make this the perfect time to recall 10 of The Gang's all-time wackiest plots. P.S. -- How do you know when you may have watched too much 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia'? When some of The Gang's plots actually begin to make sense ...

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