With the fourth season of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia wrapping up, one can hear the chorus of fans screaming their lungs out for more. Tonight marks the finale of another humorously antagonistic run of the series, as the gang is back with “The Nightman Cometh.”
Tonight, Charlie (Charlie Day) once again manifests his skills as he rounds up everyone for a little artful scheme. He’s written a musical based on his song, “Nightman” and he wants to organize a rock and roll opera for a night. There’s sure to be a lot of snickers seeing the troupe in costumes and belting out tunes. But then again, this is nothing new on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
On the third season of the series, we were introduced to the Dayman song created by the paint-huffing Charlie and the body-suit-wearing Dennis for Electric Dream Machine. Below is the hilarious clip, just to build up excitement for tonight’s Nightman performance.
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Last week on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, the gang did their own version of a makeover. In the hopes of receiving good karma, they donate their time in fixing up the home of an ill-fated family. Their unexpected philanthropy gets them into some trouble, but they managed.
Before the series ends though, let’s take a look at some of the best moments the show had this season. Back in September, FX released a series of commercials highlighting the funniest and the Sunny-est, and some of them can be found below.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia will definitely be back for another season, and might even last for a sixth run. The series stars Glenn Howerton, Kaitlin Olson, Charlie Day, Rob McElhenney, and Danny DeVito. Tonight’s episode, “The Nightman Cometh,” was directed by Matt Shakman, and will air on FX at 10pm.
-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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