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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 that 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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When Charlie and Dee invade the world of the wealthy, they find romance within, but Mac, Dennis, and Frank try to get in on the action.
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In an effort to sever all ties with Maureen, Dennis and the gang plan to crash Maureen's wedding and wreak havoc.
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Frank concocts a plan to undercut the garbage men union to get the contract to collect the city's trash.
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Dennis and Dee decide whether or not to pull the plug on their ailing grandfather; the gang learns of Pop-Pop's history as a Nazi; Mac, Charlie and Frank set off in search of Pop-Pop's spoils from the war.
aired 76 days ago
Dennis reveals that he has a baby from his layover time in North Dakota and everyone offers solutions to the problem, but in the end, Dennis must decide which life to continue to lead.
aired 76 days ago
Customers pack Paddy's on Valentine's Day; Dennis implores the gang to do one day of actual work, but a mystery crate that Cricket spots in the alley distracts everyone.
aired 76 days ago
After an electric heating blanket shorts out while the gang watches "The Wiz," they look in the mirror and realize they've turned black; to get back to being themselves they go through all manner of classic body-switch movie shenanigans.
aired 78 days ago
The group heads to the water park, each with an ulterior motive; Dennis takes on a protege; Frank and Charlie are determined to ride every ride; Mac and Dee get stuck in a tube slide.
aired 78 days ago
A news segment announces that Wolf Cola is the official drink of Boko Haram; Dee and Dennis work on the PR nightmare; Charlie and Mac try to promote Fight Milk.
aired 78 days ago
Charlie believes Mac's mother holds his mother hostage, so the gang installs spy cameras to monitor what goes on in their house.
aired 78 days ago
When a cat-woman is found dead in an alley, Dennis becomes the prime suspect.
aired 80 days ago
After finding out that she is a male stripper's "rock bottom," Dee sets out to prove that she is the best thing that ever happened to him; Dennis takes over for a stripper; Mac and Frank play a war game.
aired 80 days ago
The gang seeks the help of a professional arbitrator to decide which of them could be the rightful owner of a lottery ticket.
aired 82 days ago
A typical day in Cricket's world ends with possible redemption when his family intervenes, setting up a chance to move on from the gang, find love and reemerge as Matthew Mara once again.
aired 82 days ago
Dennis and Mac head to the suburbs for cheap rent and open spaces but quickly find out that they are meant for city life.
aired 82 days ago
Liam McPoyle teams up with the Lawyer to sue Bill Ponderosa for his lost eye; old grievances resurface.
aired 82 days ago
While facing eminent death, Charlie, Mac, Dee, Dennis and Frank take the time to finally get real with one another.
aired 83 days ago
The gang tries to shake things up by going on a cruise but find that old habits die hard even out at sea.
aired 83 days ago
Frank and Mac try to market Charlie as a talented artist for profit; Dennis and Dee bring Dennis' erotic memoirs to the screen.
aired 83 days ago
After falling out of the window, Frank thinks that it's 2006; the other three see this as a chance to fix their past mistakes.
aired 85 days ago
Mac's dad, Luther, is listed as a murder suspect; Mac investigates the murder in an effort to clear his father's name.

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