Well, maybe not for everyone. Susannah correctly points out that a lot of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is that very particular brand of comedy improv that has people talking over each other, trying to one-up the last outrageous statement. If that kind of thing annoys you, this Philly crew might not be for you. If you like more realistic fare, you may not be suited to be a Philly fan–watching these guys screw up, well, everything is like watching live-action cartoons. If feigned animal cruelty (I assume no animals were actually harmed in the making of the following clip)–or child cruelty or geriatric cruelty or jokes in bad taste of any kind–gets you hot under the collar, you might want to avoid this burg.
If, however, you relish biting wit at the expense of dunderheads so hopeless you know you don’t have to fear their showing up in your neighborhood, come sit next to me. The season premiere of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is tonight, and I plan to be there with bells on. Liberty Bells, perhaps. Tonight at 10pm Eastern on FX, with reruns to follow.