Thursday, June 29, 2006
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Season 2 of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia starts tonight with two new back to back episodes on the cable channel FX. If you miss it tonight, it's on again on Friday. I loved season 1 last summer. It was fantastically politically incorrect. The premise is three friends in their late 20's who own a bar together. One of the guys has a sister who hangs around. Last year they tackled such great afterschool special issues like racism, gun control, and abortion. This season, the cast gets the addition of Danny DeVito. Since he chose this show to return to TV after what like 25 years, you know he sees the same thing in the show that I do. My favorite moment from last year was when Dee and Dennis found out their nasty grandfather was dying. Neither wanted to visit him in the hospital so they sent Charlie figuring he wouldn't know the difference. Pop Pop told Charlie as Dennis he wanted to be buried in his WWII uniform and tells Charlie where to find it. Charlie finds in and puts in on. When Dennis comes over he finds Charlie wearing his grandfather Nazi officer's uniform and eating a banana. Of course, they decided not to bury him in his uniform. Be sure to put this great show on your TiVo.