Philadelphia is known as "The City of Brotherly Love," but the town may soon be famous for its bad behavior thanks to this mean-spirited comedy. This darkly comic sitcom isn't for the easily offended, but it garners critical praise and loyal fans with its smart writing. Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, and Kaitlin Olson star as friends who run Paddy's Irish Pub. Fuelled by alcohol, vanity, and selfishness, the foursome has a series of misadventures that inspires both cringing and laughter. In the second season, veteran actor Danny DeVito returns to TV to play two of the characters' misanthropic father. Though most sitcoms don't joke about crack addiction, abortion, and racism, IT'S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA turns these taboo subjects into unlikely comedy goldmines. This release includes the first and second seasons in their entirety, plus episode commentary, bloopers, and more.
Kaitlin Olson - American actor, The Drew Carey.../It's Always Sunny...
Charlie Day - American TV actor, Third Watch/It's Always Sunny...
Mary Elizabeth Ellis - American TV actor, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2005-)
Glenn Howerton - Actor, THE STRANGERS, TWO WEEKS (2007)
Danny DeVito - American actor/director, HOFFA (1992)
Danny De Vito - American actor/director, HOFFA (1992)
Michael Rosenbaum - Actor
Rob McElhenney - American Actor
Anne Archer - Actress