It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 3 (2007)
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Season InfoThe amoral shenanigans of the slacker, pub-owning gang are kicked up a notch in Season 3 as Mac is suspected of being a serial killer, Dennis is mistaken for a child molester, and Dee and Mac try to make a buck off a baby they find in a Dumpster. The gang even gets mixed up with the mob---and the only way out is for Dennis (Glenn Howerton) to become a male escort. Maybe such outlandish behavior is simply in their genes. After all, Frank (Danny DeVito), the father of Dee (Kaitlin Olson) and … More
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Friend Ratings for It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 3
Despite its flaws, the series invariably has moments, and it's difficult not to root for any promising comedy given the difficulties plaguing the genre.
There's a seriousness to It's Always Sunny's clowning, but it's tied up not in messages-just in its sharp writing and its cast's delirious, brilliantly committed performances.
there's a slight but perceptible stylistic change that makes it less funny, even though it's still insane and inspired and original.
A show that has continued to prove it is willing to go further than almost any other in the name of comedy.
Audience Reviews for It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 3
The gang is back for more hilarity in Season 3 of It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia. With two seasons under its belt, the show starts to use its supporting cast of characters more; such as the McPoyles, Rickety Cricket, and the Waitress. The series also stretches its storytelling ability by revisiting past story threads and crafting the show's first two part episode. Additionally, the comedy features more parody this time around, and the characters get a little more goofball. Though it has a bit of a different feel, It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia: Season 3 continues to deliver the laughs.More
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