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Depraved underachieving might look easy, but for the egocentric Mac, Charlie, Dennis, Frank and Dee, it's an art form. "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" follows "The Gang," the owners of the unsuccessful Paddy's Pub; a group of degenerates who loves nothing more than to scheme, conspire, and mostly revel in each other's misery. Whether gaming the welfare system, exploiting dumpster babies, pretending to be crippled, impersonating officers, or faking funerals, The Gang never stoops too low in the name of making a buck.

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Charlie asks Mac to beat up the waitress's new boyfriend; Dennis tries to convince Charlie that they are best friends.
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After investing in a billboard, Frank and Mac judge a competition to find Paddy's next top model; Dee and Charlie go on a mission to create a YouTube sensation.
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Mac, Dennis and Charlie invest in barrels of gasoline and sell them door to door; Dee and Frank discover that Bruce plans to give money to a Muslim center.
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Dee and Charlie develop an unsatiable cannibalistic hunger after mistakenly eating some of Frank's human meat; Mac and Dennis take hunting to the next level.
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Paddy's is accidentally put up as a prize for a dance marathon; the gang must enter the competition to save the bar from The Waitress and Father Mara.
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Mac and Dee become vigilantes in an attempt to rid the neighborhood of the homeless; Frank and Dennis impersonate police officers; Charlie must step in and end his friends' corrupt activity.
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When the gang finds themselves in debt to the mob, Dennis must become a male escort to save them from a grisly fate.
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When the gang finds themselves in debt to the mob, Dennis must become a male escort to save them from a grisly fate.
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Dennis' mistaken identity bothers him for the wrong reasons; Mac tries to bond with his ex-convict father, who bothers Dee.
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Frank, Dennis and Dee suspect Mac is the serial killer they read about; they devise a plan to catch him in the act.
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The gang tries to become famous; Frank, Charlie and Mac try their hands at news reporting; Dee and Dennis start club-hopping.
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The gang agrees to sell Paddy's when they get an offer they can't refuse; Dee and Charlie are forced to find jobs.
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A Korean restaurateur threatens to bump Paddy's from the coveted and profitable stop on the city's annual pub crawl.
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Dee discovers the biggest loser from high school is now a successful fashion designer, making Dee the biggest loser now.
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After a rousing debate on people's rights and freedoms, Mac and Dennis run Paddy's without rules or restrictions.
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The gang becomes interested in politics when Frank explains how easy it is to elicit bribes from politicians.
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A leaky pipe at Paddy's creates a water stain in the shape of Virgin Mary; the gang tries to make money off of the mistake.
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Mac, Dennis, Charlie and Dee are given community service for the arson mishap; Frank's attempt to bond with Dennis backfires.
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Frank gleefully celebrates the sudden death of his ex-wife; both Dee and Frank become enraged at Barbara's will reading.
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The Philadelphia Eagles hold open tryouts, and Mac, Dennis and Dee use the event for their personal competition.
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Dennis becomes disappointed after joining an environmentalist group; Dee and Mac decide to raise a baby they find in a dumpster.

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