It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 9 (2013)
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Seriously dark comedy about four dissolute friends who run a struggling pub in Philadelphia. Dennis, Dee, Mac and Charlie are absolutely (even gleefully) amoral. They're 'Seinfeld' characters on steroids, clowning their way through story lines that 'Seinfeld' writers wouldn't have touched.
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Becoming the big dog hasn't cost Sunny its bite. It's only gotten meaner and funnier.
On par -- or at least within sight -- of 'Sunny's' glory days, before in-jokes and constant recycling set in.
The season nine premiere was fairly average by It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia standards, but still great when compared with the rest of television comedy.
Sustaining such a satirical balancing act for eight years should earn creators Rob McElhenney and Glenn Howerton (and their co-stars) a place in the comedy pantheon.
Sunny is back and, while maybe not as strong as the show's peak, it's at least as funny as last season and maybe even smarter.
[The cast's] neurotic efforts to scheme their way to happiness, fame, and fortune continue to coincide with skewed views on a variety of real-world issues that blend well with the show's onslaught of crude, scattershot humor.
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