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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 3
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- 15 episodes on three discs
- Commentary by Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, and Glen Howerton on two episodes
- Sunny Side Up Volume 2 featurette
- Meet the McPoyles featurette
- Dancing Guy featurette
- Gag reel
- Season 3 TV spots
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While the first 2 seasons are picture perfect in their own right, Season 3 delivers the funniest moments to date of this already amazing show. Anyone who is a fan already knows which moments these are (ie; Day Man). My personal favorite is the season finale, specifically the Mac vs. Dennis dance off, which is quite possibly the funniest moment in TV history.
Season 3 also includes the gang trying out for the Eagles, the death in Dennis and Dee's immediate family, battling a local Korean restaurant, Mac joining the mafia and a few drop-ins from the McPoyle family. What makes these scenarios so unique is that they are relatively serious at a glance but are filtered through some of most ridiculous and hilarious circumstances that even the largest hot button issue becomes comedy gold, leaving no one and nothing spared.
With one week until Season 4 begins anew, the public at large has the opportunity to get all caught up or give themselves a refresher of hilarity. I'll be enjoying multiple viewings.
The 1960's-style theme music makes it seem like you are about to watch an innocuous show, only to be bombarded with one of the most over the top, hysterical comedies where nothing is sacred and no one is above their particular style of scorn. Whether it is trying to capitalize on a baby they found in the dumpster by putting her in commercials (then of course putting shoe polish on her to make her more "ethnic"), determining if Dee's latest squeeze is learning impaired, getting sold into prostitution by their dad, scheming for an inheritance, cheating at being the final stop on a pub crawl tour, performing in a rock band despite not knowing how to play an instrument, sleeping on the streets because their apartment is too full of stuff from the dump, or trying out for an invincible spot on the Philadelphia Eagles, they always give it their special brand of incompetence and it always blows up in their faces.
Though many plots are straight out of other sit-coms, the Philly gang manages to "make them their own," bringing a fresh voice to the mostly cookie-cutter offerings that currently air on television. The envelope pushing humor and adult situations are not your standard fare; thankfully FX has the guts to keep it on the air (unlike Fox, which would have canceled it after 4 episodes like they did "Kitchen Confidential").Read more ›
Just about every single episode is a classic. From Fatty McGoo and dating retarded people to getting whacked and the now infamous Dayman/Nightman, there is not one episode you can watch without laughing hysterically at one point or another. With memorable appearances by Rickety Cricket, Peter Nincompoop, Green Man and the McPoyles, and of course, The Electric Dream Machine, you cannot go wrong. Frank is more over the top than ever, Dennis makes a beautiful prototype dress that no model is fit to wear except him (to the tune of Rick Astley's 'Never Gonna Give You Up' no less), Mac's amazing on the scene news camera reporting and makeup and watching Charlie and Dee battle another addiction (glue/paint huffing, crack and steriods before) are all instant day-makers. But there is nothing better than a rousing rendition of Dayman (uhh-aaahhhhhh!) to put a smile (or bizarre look) on the face of anyone in earshot. Even if you just saw one or two episodes from last season and liked those, this is worth the money (especially on amazon, cheaper than the stores) and you will get hooked on the show.
If last night's season premiere is any indicator, there's a lot more where that came from coming up. I mentioned in passing to my mom that she should give it a shot and since she gets everything 3 hours ahead of me, I got a phone call at 8pm where she was laughing so hard she could barely speak.Read more ›
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Best show on TV right now, brilliant concept, great cast. Hilarious, I've literally watched every episode (except the new season) over 30 times. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Timothy
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i think fx still underestimates the grassroots/word of mouth popularity of the show. netflix is backed up badly as well (it's been in my queue at #1-3 since it came out).
Oct 6, 2008 by N. S. Hinman | See all 3 posts
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i don't know where you got your info. the date i am hearing is september 18 for season 4, preceded by the season 3 dvd by one or two weeks. let me know if you have different info.
Jun 27, 2008 by N. S. Hinman | See all 4 posts
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