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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - Season 1

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - Season 1

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is not a movie or a song, but rather a critically acclaimed American sitcom that premiered its first season in 2005. The show was created by Rob McElhenney and stars him, along with his fellow actors Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, Kaitlin Olson, and Danny DeVito.

Set in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the series follows the lives of the self-centered and dysfunctional gang who run an unsuccessful Irish bar called Paddy's Pub. Each episode revolves around the gang's outrageous schemes, absurd adventures, and their continuous attempts to get ahead in life despite their questionable ethics and lack of common sense.

Rob McElhenney portrays the character of Ronald "Mac" McDonald, a devout Catholic who continually seeks validation for his macho personality, often getting entangled in absurd and misguided situations. Alongside him is Charlie Kelly, played by Charlie Day, an illiterate and dim-witted bartender who has deep feelings for the waitress and shares a unique friendship with Frank Reynolds.

Glenn Howerton takes on the role of Dennis Reynolds, a manipulative and narcissistic womanizer known for his inflated ego and questionable morality. Kaitlin Olson plays the character of Deandra "Sweet Dee" Reynolds, Dennis's twin sister, struggling to find her place in the group and desperately longing for attention and acceptance. Danny DeVito joined the cast in the second season as Frank Reynolds, the father of Dennis and Dee, bringing a new level of absurdity and chaos to the show.

Season 1 of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia introduces viewers to the peculiar characters and sets the tone for the dark comedy that the series is known for. From Dennis and Dee's ill-fated attempt to make it big in the music industry with their band Electric Dream Machine to Mac and Charlie's obsession with a mythical "hottest girl in Philadelphia," the gang's misadventures are rife with absurdity, hilarity, and unapologetic politically incorrect humor.

One memorable episode from the first season is titled "Charlie Got Molested," in which the gang mistakenly believes that Charlie was sexually molested by his elementary school teacher. The episode navigates the sensitive subject matter in a darkly comedic way, highlighting the show's willingness to tackle taboo topics, pushing the boundaries of traditional sitcoms.

Another standout episode, "Charlie Has Cancer," follows Charlie as he devises an elaborate plan to exploit the sympathy of others by pretending to have cancer. This episode reflects the gang's complete disregard for ethical boundaries, showcasing their selfishness and complete lack of empathy in pursuit of their personal gain.

The first season of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia received positive reviews from critics and garnered a loyal fan base. The show's unique blend of sharp writing, offbeat humor, and its ability to confront controversial topics with fearless audacity set it apart from other sitcoms of its time.

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia continues to thrive, with the show currently airing its fifteenth season. The series has received numerous accolades and has become a cult classic, known for its clever writing, memorable characters, and outrageous storylines.

If you want to dive into the hilarious and darkly comedic world of the gang from Paddy's Pub, you can find and download episodes of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia on various streaming platforms. Immerse yourself in the twisted humor of Mac, Charlie, Dennis, Dee, and Frank, and experience the chaotic charm of this beloved sitcom.

(Note: Unfortunately, I cannot provide the ability to play or download sounds as an AI text-based model. However, you can explore the show on the official streaming platforms or purchase the DVD sets to enjoy the audiovisual experience.)

A long time for this moment, Dennis.
A week ago was three weeks late, Mac.
Abortion is murder! It's a child, not a choice!
About certain people hanging from said rafters...
About the T shirts with the stupid slogans on them.
Absolutely.
According to this, that's not really a good idea. So I'm gonna have to pass.
Actually, it really turns me on.
Ah. Mmm. Dee, could you get me a nurse?
All of a sudden, I notice this dude eyeballin' me from across the bar.
All owners opposed, say "nay."
All people who own the bar who are opposed, say "nay."
All people who own the bar who are opposed...
All right, all right. Hey, pal.
All right, all right. I'm coming.
All right, change of plans. Leave the gun.
All right, get a trash bag. We'll put it over him.
All right, hurry up. Hurry up!
All right, let's do it.
All right, listen to me, Dee. The slow and painful crawl to death...
All right, Megan. I'm finished.
All right, so here's the deal.
All right, so it starts out I'm not feeling good. I'm havin' headaches and
All right, so, I'm gonna do the shot first
All right, well, you need to keep that i
All right! I'll take you to a hospital! God!
All right.
All right. Here.
All right. I'll see you in a second.
All right. Okay.
All right. Okay. So now you're, like, a word genius.
All right. So we got the binoculars. We got the ziplock baggies.
All right. So what's the plan? Do we have a limo or what?
All right. Well, I'll see you tomorrow?
All righty. I'll make sure he gets the message. Thank you.
All the belongings from that part of my life are in a box...
All the guys knew you couldn't sleep with their girlfriends.
All those in favor of Paddy's Pub remaining a gay bar, say "aye."
Also, we gotta get rid of these shamrocks.
Am I crazy? We need to be able to protect ourselves...
And as you can see, I don't have much time left.
And everything I say, you twist it around and make me look dumb.
And he's stuck in that nursing home.
And hookups are good.
And I came out the better man, just as I predicted I would.
And I don't trust any of these kikes in here...
And I don't wanna wait until it's too late and then regret it.
And I know nothing about him.
And I look at him and say, "Yo, ese...
And I love to party.
And I need you to keep it as a secret between you and me.
And I said, "Lionel, why are we just talking about it?
And I tore his ass apart!
And I was wondering if you could help me out with some information.
And I was wondering what you think about this?
And I'm placing my bets that that girl's grandfather is an asshole too.
And if we keep it, we don't get anything, so we may as well burn it.
And interview with you, so you could see if you liked her.
And intimidate him, maybe break his arm.
And it's mostly college kids.
And just 'cause she doesn't have the right measurements or whatever, you freak out.
And look at these wrinkled old hands against your young face.
And needs to be in this museum.
And not only did we feed...
And secondly, that you would expect it would "make my day"...
And that was it.
And that was Lionel.
And that's what I do...
And then it turns out that you people actually are!
And then you take the shot.
And they'd have no idea what the hell's going on.
And this Mary here is the belle of the ball.
And we also have a social responsibility to keep teenagers from drinking.
And we cried together, and I held him for a while...
And we got to talking about the spirit of giving.
And we made sweet, passionate love.
And we probably shouldn't let Dennis know about his grandfather anyway.
And we talked about it, and we decided we need to get rid of that gun.
And we'd go sit in some park, right?
And you get in their head, and you drive them crazy!
And you know what the thing that's so rad is?
And you liberals are against killing murderers.
And you never actually had sex with him.
And... you have to take me to lunch...
Anything that you want, anything in the world, all right?
Apparently, she's got this hot new friend who sh she
Are we gonna serve drinks today? I don't think the board of health will be too keen on that.
Are you actually gonna throw away all your convictions for a chance to get laid?
Are you all right? Is that gonna be okay? Because I could really use use him.
Are you hitting on me at an abortion rally?
Are you kiddin' me? Oh What happened?
Are you living out some sad fantasy of yours?
Are you okay?
Are you two seeing this?
Artemis, that was amazing
As a matter of fact, I have a date this afternoon with my friend Steven.
As soon as we get some new locks, we should be all set.
As we all know, Lionel could be a bit of a curmudgeon.
Assumes that I'm interested in profiting off the murder of millions of innocent people.
At least you don't actually have to go.
At the Coyote Ugly.
At the Roxborough Storage Facility.
Awesome. Your grandfather's a Nazi.
Badass, you know?
Bam? What's that?
Bam.
Beat it.
Because earlier you were implying that I was racist...
Because I have my ways.
Because Sara told me that Maureen told her that Regina McGinley thought you were cute.
Because the whole thing is gonna sound so much better coming from a girl.
Because you thought that I was implying that all black people are related.
Boys are out tonight, huh?
Buried in it? Screw that old bitch. He's a Nazi.
Business ethics? The only reason you don't care is you have black girls hanging all over you.
But a lot of it. Enough that maybe he might hurt himself.
But he didn't have any other family, so the police called me.
But he had the heart of a lion.
But I can't seem to find anyone else who really knew him that well.
But I did figure out how to get help at the bar.
But I don't understand how you guys could let this happen.
But I was a war hero.
But I was wondering if you wanted to meet me and my friends at Lemon Hill afterwards.
But if you must know, it's because we know who knocked over the bar.
But it's pretty much all natural.
But it's very dangerous, right? Right? Okay.
But Mac gets a boner every single time he thinks about a gun.
But seriously blackout drunk.
But she was only doing it to make Trey jealous because, you know...
But thanks. I appreciate it. Really nice of you.
But there's been, like, a string of these robberies all over the area.
But this is a stupid idea you guys have. So you know what?
But Trey didn't like Erin Hannabry. It was all a bunch of bull.
But we found the perfect girl for Charlie.
But we washed the feet of every man, woman and child there...
But you have to let me borrow your car any time I want.
But you won't be seeing me in class anymore.
But you're for killing innocent babies. That's interesting.
But, actually, funny story. Turns out the dickhead didn't actually get all of our money.
But, Charlie, you were stealing from the bar. It was an honest mistake.
But, just to be clear, when you say your sister, do you mean your sister or your friend
Buying toys, are you?
Bye.
Can I talk to you for a second?
Can I talk to you in back for a second?
Can we please get out of here? Let's go.
Canary No, I was just I didn't expect to see you guys here.
Cancer gold mine.
Carmen, you have the most amazing body. Are you bulimic, or what?
Charlie has cancer.
Charlie, I don't like you. I never liked you.
Charlie, I don't think I can do this. I'm not kidding.
Charlie, is this true?
Charlie, that was the coolest thing you've ever done!
Charlie, the E.M.T. said he had a heart attack, not Ebola.
Charlie, what in the hell are you gonna do if this kid's yours?
Charlie, you gotta stop, honestly.
Charlie!
Charlie! Jesus Christ! Are you almost 30? Are you almost 30 years old?
Charlie! That's my sister.
Charlie's been in love with that girl for months.
Charlie's right though. He should have at least had a say in the matter.
Charlie's using you to prove that he's not racist. Then he asked me out on a date.
Check.
Class is in session. The teacher's teachin' class now!
Come here and sit down.
Come here. A little closer. Come here.
Come on, come on. Come here, come here.
Come on, Dennis. You remember what it was like in high school.
Come on, guys. Hey. Let's go. Let's go!
Come on! This place sucks! I wanna go to the mall!
Come on. A lot of people lead perfectly normal lives in nursing homes.
Come on. Oh, come on.
Come on. You're gonna be fine.
Convince you to sleep with our friend Charlie.
Cool. Stewie.
Could I get the the basketball though?
Could we think about that for one second?
Dee Dee, will you just Can we go to the mall? Will you drive me?
Dee, I gotta know.
Den, you don't understand the week I've been having.
Dennis, come here.
Dennis, I don't have time to talk to you about this.
Dennis, let's go get us a gun.
Dennis, maybe you need to rethink this whole plan of yours.
Dennis, our bar is in South Philly in a scary alley.
Dennis, you are such a jackass!
Dennis.
Dickhead!
Did you see Passion of the Christ? I saw it 12 times.
Didn't expect to see you here.
Didn't Fingers already get robbed?
Do not compare me to Mac and Charlie.
Do some snoopin' around, try to crack the case. We got the gun.
Do we have to do this right now?
Do you know what I mean, Hwang, when I say I have my ways?
Do you play bones, Charlie?
Do you really think they're gonna buy one?
Do you think this guy would be dumb enough to rob the same bar twice?
Do you want to play? I could get you a game.
Domino, bitch!
Don't answer that. It's a trick question. He tries to get in your head.
Don't be silly. It was all hands.
Don't do this right now.
Don't get me wrong. Tammy's, like, the prettiest girl in school...
Don't worry about it. Yeah, any time.
Don't you think it's ridiculous that you have no friends outside of your own race?
Dream of me.
Dude, have you ever been to a nursing home?
Dude, N O.
Dude, you just laid it on way too thick back there.