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Old September 26 2008, 06:52 PM   #1
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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia 9/25

Meh, I think they put their best episodes on last week because these two weren't as good. Billboards was barely even funny (making fun of reality TV? snore); Waitress was an improvement - especially the inevitable walkie-talkie confusion.
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Old September 26 2008, 08:41 PM   #2
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Re: It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia 9/25

The season premiere absolutely killed me, I was laughing my ass off. Last night's shows were more just chuckles. The billboard in particular was just there... what were they going for? Parodying reality television? Enh.

Not to mention Frank seemed way out of character; just last episode he was berating the younger generation for being so gay with each other, and in this episode he's running around with these male models stripping them naked for absolutely no reason?
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