It's Always Sunny in... Episodes

2005, TV Show

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 3 episodes

The Gang Dances Their Asses Off Season 3, Episode 15

Season 3 ends as Charlie inadvertently puts Paddy's up as the grand prize in a dance marathon. The gang must then win the competition to keep the bar. read more

Bums: Making a Mess All Over the City Season 3, Episode 14

To rid their neighborhood of undesirables, Mac and Dee become vigilantes, and Frank and Dennis impersonate police officers. They enjoy the feeling of power this gives them...perhaps too much. read more

The Gang Gets Whacked, Part 2 Season 3, Episode 13

Conclusion: A misunderstanding with the mob over a set of speakers and a stash of cocaine prompts Dennis to hire himself out as a male escort. It's that, or he and the rest of the gang will get whacked. read more

The Gang Gets Whacked, Part 1 Season 3, Episode 12

Part 1 of 2: A misunderstanding with the mob over a set of speakers and a stash of cocaine prompts Dennis to hire himself out as a male escort. It's that, or he and the rest of the gang will get whacked. read more

"Dennis Looks Like a Registered Sex Offender" Season 3, Episode 11

Wow. This was one of Sunny's saddest, most dysfunctional episodes yet. And it had nothing to do with the fact that Dennis was being mistaken for a sex offender. That was actually the lighter part of the storyline, I thought. I know it’s being played for laughs, but it’s tough not to feel sorry for Charlie and Mac and how much they each want a father figure. But let's get on to the fun!So it starts off with the gang having some innocent fun as Mac videotapes Charlie trying to set the world’s record for holding his breath. I thought the best part about the opening scene was seeing how much physical discomfort Charlie experiences when he has to listen to someone speak for a long period of time. As the woman explains why she’s handing out fliers about the sex offender who has moved into the neighbor (and is a chubby ringer for Dennis), Charlie is literally squirming and pleading with her to wrap it up. Besides Dennis’ problem of looking like the sex offender, a ... read more

Mac Is a Serial Killer Season 3, Episode 10

Mac has been acting strangely, leading Frank, Dennis and Dee to believe that he's the serial killer who has been terrorizing Philadelphia. So they set out to catch him, but for Dennis and Dee, that means they must first learn to think like serial killers themselves. Frank, meanwhile, is content to let a chainsaw do his thinking for him. read more

Sweet Dee's Dating a Retarded Person Season 3, Episode 9

Dee dates a famous local rapper and it could turn out to be true love, even though he might be mentally challenged. In any event, his success inspires Mac, Dennis, Charlie and Frank to start their own band. read more

The Gang Sells Out Season 3, Episode 7

The gang agrees to sell Paddy's after getting an offer that's too good to turn down. Problem is, Dee and Charlie, who aren't partners, must get real jobs. Members of Frank's “gang,” the Yellow Jacket Boys, are played by members of the doo-wop group The Mighty Echoes, who perform. read more

Frank Sets Sweet Dee on Fire Season 3, Episode 8

The gang want to become local celebrities, so Mac and Charlie create their own newscast on a public-access channel, while Dennis and Dee set out to make a splash on the club scene. read more

The Gang Solves the North Korea Situation Season 3, Episode 6

The gang declares war on a Korean restaurateur who threatens to bump Paddy's from its coveted and profitable spot on the city's annual pub crawl. Meanwhile, Dee is determined to hold a talent show, primarily because she wants to win it. read more

The Aluminum Monster vs. Fatty McGoo Season 3, Episode 5

Dee gets a rude awakening when she discovers that “Fatty Magoo,” an overweight loser from her high-school class, is now a svelte, successful clothing-store owner. So Dee decides to design a dress for her, but Dennis decides that he's the better designer. He also knows that he has the charm to sell it to Fatty (Judy Greer). read more

The Gang Gets Held Hostage Season 3, Episode 4

The McPoyles invade Paddy's and take the gang hostage, demanding $100,000, a gassed-up boat and a reversible Planet Hollywood jacket. Meanwhile, Frank is crawling through the ductwork above Paddy's, searching for his will, when Liam McPoyle turns up the heat. read more

Dennis and Dee's Mom Is Dead Season 3, Episode 3

Dennis and Dee's abrasive mother has died, and the bad news is that she stiffed them in her will, leaving all her money to her humanitarian paramour, Bruce Mathis (Stephen Collins). But at least Dennis got her house. It's a “party mansion,” and that's how he intends to use it. read more

The Gang Finds a Dumpster Baby Season 3, Episode 1

In the third-season opener, Dennis, Dee and Mac find a baby in a Dumpster, and Dee and Mac decide to raise him. They also decide to use him to raise some cash. Meanwhile, Dennis joins an environmental-activist group, and isn't exactly welcomed with open arms. But he finds a way to take revenge. And Charlie wants Frank to take a DNA test to determine whether they're father and son. Frank won't do that, but he's happy to join Charlie on Dumpster-diving expeditions. read more

The Gang Finds a Dumpster Baby/The Gang Gets Invincible Season 3, Episode 2

The Gang Finds a Dumpster BabyIt’s good to have Sunny back for a third season and in fine form with the premiere episode. To help you get further in the mood for the new season, check out Anthony Layser’s interview with Rob McElhenney. Thanks to Dennis (Glenn Howerton) being inspired by An Inconvenient Truth, the whole gang tries to do good in their own way, yet somehow no good comes of it: a revenge plan (involving sex, drugs and a bulldozed tree), a kidnapping and baby painting. This wasn't what Al Gore intended.I thought Dee (Kaitlin Olson) and Mac’s part of the story was the best and funniest. As much as they wanted to take care of DB, that desire pretty much ended as soon as he (was it a "he"? Dumpster Baby is one of those gender-neutral names that are all the rage) let out his first cry, turning Mac into a stereotypical nightmare dad. He just wants beer in the fridge and for Dee to keep the kid quiet. But just when it looked bleakest for DB as they eyed a trash ... read more

Are You Watching?

Loading ...
Premiered: August 04, 2005, on FX
Rating: TV-MA
User Rating: (618 ratings)
Add Your Rating: 1 stars2 stars3 stars4 stars5 stars
Premise: 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.



It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia 2014 Wall Calendar
Buy It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia 2014 Wall Calendar from
From Universe Publishing (Calendar)
Usually ships in 24 hours
Buy New: $12.19 (as of 10/20/14 5:53 PM EST - more info)
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: The Complete Season 9
Buy It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: The Complete Season 9 from
From 21st Century Fox (DVD)
Usually ships in 24 hours
Buy New: $19.96 (as of 10/20/14 5:53 PM EST - more info)

More Products

TV GUIDE Users' Most Popular