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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 13 (2018)
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Early installments certainly suggest that the show is reaching for freshness through topicality and self-examination.
Season 13 proves McElhenney, Day, and Howerton aren't out of ideas; the formula they've established still works beautifully, and allows them to stretch as far as their creativity demands.
I wouldn't have expected a Sunny season to end in such a poignant way, but I'm not surprised in the least that they made it work.
We may be living in the era of the post-comedy comedy, but Wednesday's première of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia..." is a reminder that there's still a place for comedy comedy -- hilarious, grotesque, delirious, pointless comedy.
They're terrible at expressing their feelings of pain, resentment, and loneliness, which ends up manifesting as sociopathy. It's great for comedy, and Sunny never loses sight of that. But it's also been weirdly great for pathos.
[It] brings the show's progress to a juncture that markedly resembles square one. Lucky number thirteen is to be a season of change...
It's Always Sunny may not have a ton of flashy awards and it may not be the buzziest series on television. But for 13 seasons it has constantly questioned what television comedies can be while making us laugh uproariously.
The season isn't bad, per se, but with It's Always Sunny's impeccable track record, even the most tentative of missteps constitutes a massive fall in quality.
This was a clear tonal shift and I didn't expect such beauty or emotional heft.
After thirteen years on the air, the show continues to push buttons and boundaries.
Always Sunny is off to a strong start now that it's proven that it can still pull off twists after more than a decade on the air.
Audience Reviews for It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 13
Dec 30, 2020This show never failed to surprise me everytime, Cleverly written script in every episode, The way rob puts its characters in the right scenario to give the case that the episode talking about iit has more dimensional aspects and to see it from more than point ....Rob has created a MASTERPIECE with his jaw-dropping finale ....its time to change <3
Oct 05, 2020This show used to be funny... these last 2 seasons were mostly boring and forced, there were but 2 or 3 funny scenes the whole season. not the sunny we're used to
Sep 24, 2020The series has sold out to the social justice warrior rhetoric. The characters have been annihilated acting in ways completely contrary to their traits and abilities.
May 08, 2020They have put ideology ahead of entertainment. Is this a comedy series or a VOX documentary?
Apr 02, 2020Reviews like "Mac Finds His Pride" is the worst episode of Sunny" show just how truly homophobic and lacking in taste people are. Click on the profile of the critical / 1-star reviews, and check the users' TV reviews and you'll see 1 of 2 things. They've either created their account just to bash this show for giving gay people a space OR their entire review history revolves around critiquing shows for being "too gay". These people are nuts for reviewing a sho based on a political view rather than by its merit of cinematography, writing, choreography, and comedy. This series is phenomenal the whole way through, but the triggered boomers gotta drag their political views into it. Just stop. Enjoy the show, it's a masterpiece.
Feb 16, 2020"Mac Finds His Pride" is perhaps the worst epidsode of Sunny, I couldn't even finish it. Completely forced, horrible pacing, and the entire episode finds Mac struggling over his feelings. Seriously, wtf? Painful to watch.
Feb 10, 2020soy boy beta cuck!!!
Oct 11, 2019Consistent and different at the same time. No better show out there.
Oct 03, 2019The character of the show has lost so much of what made it funny and unique from the first half of the seasons that it has gotten stale. The show has attempted to counter that staleness but those attempts have fallen flat and caused the show to lose its core elements. Further, the characters have become exaggerated and uninteresting caricatures of themselves. The subtle aspects of the characters have become so over blown they are not funny. Rather it gives the characters a less naturally comedic feel.
Sep 21, 2019It's amazing that after 13 seasons, the show still hasn't slowed down. The writing remains topical and creative. They are still pushing boundaries and it's a good as it ever was.