Nine Things You Didn’t Know About ‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’


It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia has helped set the standard for tastefully offensive television since it first aired in 2005, and it’s shown no signs of stopping as it approaches its 13th season, which is set to air in 2018. You can try to make the argument that it isn’t one of the funniest shows on television, but doing so would make it very clear that you’re—as Mac would say— a jabroni.

It’s Always Sunny is one of those infinitely rewatchable shows that never fails to entertain, but even if you’ve seen every episode multiple times, there’s probably a fair amount you still don’t know about the show. We put together a list of a few things that might surprise you.

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We’re still trying to find out exactly how much the troll toll costs.