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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 3

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The gang is back! Join Mac; Charlie; Dennis; Sweet Dee and Frank; five ne'er-do-wells who own and operate Paddy's Pub in Philadelphia; where mentally challenged rappers rub elbows with sex offenders; and where business as usual means sabotaging the bar down the street; selling coke for the mob and adopting dumpster babies for kicks. Join the wildly inappropriate gang at Paddy's as they wreak dysfunctional havoc on their customers and each other! Sick and twisted political incorrectness has never been this laugh-out-loud hilarious!


The folks who populate It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia may be pals, but they sure aren’t Friends. They may be a gang, but they’re not Our Gang--heck, these cretins make Spanky, Alfalfa, and company look like members of the Good Sam Club by contrast. Consider, if you can bear it, the first of the 15 episodes (presented, with bonus features, on three discs) from this, the show’s third season: Mac (Rob McElhenney) and Dee (Caitlin Olson) discover a baby in a dumpster. Do they report it to the police? To Child Services, maybe? Of course not! They take it to a commercial agent, hoping to cash in by putting the kid in TV ads; and when the agent says that Latino babies are all the rage, they take him to a tanning salon so he’ll appear darker and more “ethnic looking.” Meanwhile, Dennis (Glenn Howerton) pretends to be join a tree-hugging group of hippies, merely so he can steal the group leader’s girlfriend, while Charlie (Charlie Day) and Frank (Danny DeVito) spend the day rummaging around at the trash dump. It’s tough to go downhill from there, but that doesn’t stop them from trying. In the course of the following episodes, members of the quacked quintet reveal themselves to be not only rude, devious, unscrupulous, amoral, and dishonest, but also racist, xenophobic, homophobic, and dumb (their endless arguments about nothing are riotously ridiculous). Not that this will surprise anyone who’s seen the show before. Dee, Mac, and Dennis try out for the Philadelphia Eagles while Charlie and Frank drop acid. Dee sleeps with the old, toothless janitor at a competing bar in order to steal their microbrew recipe. They mock a deaf mute. They fart in each other’s faces. When they think Paddy’s Pub, where they work, is going to be sold, three of them quickly land gigs at a nearby restaurant, where they get drunk on the job and steal from the customers. They even get held hostage by the hillbilly McPoyle family, possibly the only people in the known universe who can make our “heroes” look good. And it’s all pretty hilarious, including the bonus features. Those include humorous commentary on two episodes by McElhenney, Day, and Howerton (the show’s executive producers and occasional writers), two featurettes (a season overview and a look at the McPoyles) that are as whack as the show itself, a gag reel, and a “Dancing Guy” sequence so strange as to beggar description. --Sam Graham

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Special Features

  • 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

Product Details

  • Actors: Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, Rob McElhenney, Kaitlin Olson, Danny DeVito
  • Directors: Fred Savage, Jerry Levine, Matt Shakman
  • Writers: Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, David Hornsby, Kristi Korzec, Lisa Parsons
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, Subtitled, Closed-captioned, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: September 9, 2008
  • Run Time: 332 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (462 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0018RKEQE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,809 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 3" on IMDb

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I would fall into the group of folks who began watching "Sunny" with the inception of the Dumpster Baby episode and, in turn, quickly got himself caught up with the first two seasons on DVD. Aside from the heaps of praise that "Sunny" has gotten since it first appeared, it's inclusion on the FX Network made it especially intriguing as (in my opinion) they house the best original television on basic cable today.

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.
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Mac, Charlie, Dennis, and Dee are back with daddy Frank to wreak their special kind of havoc and no one is safe from their evil shenanigans. For those who have not yet had the pleasure to catch this fantastic show, take equal parts "Arrested Development" and "Seinfeld" and add in a little "South Park" and you have "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" which is truly one of the funniest shows ever aired on television.

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").
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Tears streaming down my face, fall off the couch, beer through the nose, crude, rude HI-LARITY! If you ain't watching this, get out of your moms basement, put down the Playstation controller and glue your orbs to FX. This isn't feel good television, it isn't reality about dancing, surviving, singing or making over homes. It's comedy; mainlined straight to your funny bone with a chaser of guilt. Couldn't be more pure.
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I started watching this show when it first came out and it was funny. The cast has gotten better with age. Season three in my opinion was the best so far. I was litterally CRYING with laughter and not too many shows can do that to you. I am chuckling right now thinking about episode "Dee gets set on fire" or the episode where Charlie is hanging out with the jockeys. This show is freaking priceless. Well written off the wall humor make this a classic in my book.
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No wait, better. Charlie, Sweet Dee, Frank, Dennis and Mac all come back ready to bust comedy all over us with season 3. I've watched Sunny since it's infancy and fell in love from the start. I fell off a bit in Season 2 and then found time in my schedule again once Season 3 got rollin. And with a season like this one, you would be dumber than Lil' Kev to not get this set.

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.
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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
Only 9 Days Before Season 4 Starts??
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.
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