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The Gang Gets A New Season: What To Look Forward To In It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia Season 16

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It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 16

Prepare for five more episodes with the gang at Paddy’s Pub! Renewed in December, It’s Always Sunny has gotten a sixteenth season of eight episodes, with the first two episodes released on June 7th and the remaining six being aired weekly until July 19th. From the titles of the episodes alone, it’s clear that the season isn’t pulling any punches. The titles of each episode are as follows: “The Gang Inflates,” “Frank Shoots Every Member of the Gang,” “The Gang Gets Cursed,” “Frank vs. Russia,” “Celebrity Booze: The Ultimate Cash Grab,” “Risk E. Rat’s Pizza and Amusement Center,” “Dennis Takes a Mental Health Day,” and finally, “The Gang Goes Bowling.” 

Episode titles aside, the trailer and the teasing remarks from the show’s official Twitter show that this season will be monumental. With Breaking Bad stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul featured in the trailer, fans of the show (which has undergone a renaissance of viewership as of late) will be pleased. The episode that the two star in, titled “Celebrity Booze: The Ultimate Cash Grab,” is described in its official synopsis as: “When news spreads of Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul’s visit to Philadelphia to promote their Dos Hermanos mezcal brand, the guys decide to pitch them their own liquor; the gang takes to the skies to get a taste of the high life.” With Charlie shown in the trailer as the celebrity pair’s driver, who admits to throwing up in the car before they got in, it can be assumed that they don’t remain in their good graces for that long. Also knowing the gang’s history of being in any sort of spotlight makes that obvious enough.

The trailer also boasted the reveal of a bathroom in Charlie’s grimy apartment, Dennis and Mac not knowing what inflation is, and Dennis’ piercing screech as he “breaks every bone in his hand,” so there’s plenty to be excited about.

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What Season 15 Left for the New Season

Season fifteen left a lot to anticipate, with Charlie’s family history revealed and the gang being linked to the disasters of 2020, with a random yet tasteful Lethal Weapon remake thrown in the mix. The emotional peak of the season was Charlie’s heartfelt speech as he tried to bury his father in the rain while in Ireland. The season had a lot of serious material, with Charlie’s family and past hinted as one of the new season’s focal points in the official synopsis of the show. Specifically, Charlie’s long-lost sisters. 

The current season also leans into points the series has touched upon in past seasons. One of those being, once again, Frank’s love for guns. The synopsis of the show also hints at Mac handling both “allergies” and “long-distance dating” in the upcoming season, with Dennis focusing on his “mental health” and Dee tackling “rent” and “women’s athletics.” All members of the gang have their own unique paths this season, it seems, and fans of the show know that when they manage to converge, it makes for some of the funniest episodes in the series. 

The new season has also been anticipated by fans and listeners of “The Always Sunny Podcast,” where show stars Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, and Rob McElhenney delve into the show’s secrets and past episodes. With three episodes released at the time of this article, it is officially an It’s Always Sunny summer.

As for the end of the show, with such random episode titles and the vague nature of the season’s synopsis, viewers will just have to wait and see where and when this beloved show will reach its conclusion. 

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Madelyn Whelan attends Merrimack College and studies English with a concentration in creative writing, with a minor in interdisciplinary film studies. She wants to be an author, focusing on fiction and poetry. After graduation, she wants to go on to get her master’s degree in creative writing.