It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia: Season 3

It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia: Season 3
The gang are back and this time causing more lowbrow mayhem than one socially disarrayed deviant can handle. Much like the previous seasons, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia features five sadistic friends running a dank bar named Paddy’s Pub while becoming involved in some questionable situations. Season three begins with Dennis Reynolds ranting about how everyone is helping to destroy the earth via global warming and then finding a dumpster baby with Mac and Dee Reynolds during "The Gang Finds A Dumpster Baby.” Meanwhile, Frank Reynolds and Charlie Kelly become homeless after filling their apartment with other people’s trash. After taking the child home, Mac and Dee decide to exploit the baby’s cuteness by trying to make it a child actor, only to find out that white babies don’t sell products but Hispanics do. Things continue down a sinful slope when Dennis and Dee find out their mother has passed away and most of the inheritance has been given to their real father (Bruce Mathis), while Frank and Dee’s attempt to prove themselves a love struck couple, while looking for money to adopt children, goes terribly wrong, and any chance for financial gain is soured in "Dennis and Dee’s Mom Is Dead.” These friends, if you can call them that, go through situations that scratch the surface of idiotic — when they decide to make their own news and set Dee on fire — to full blown, jaw-dropping social thickness during "Sweet Dee’s Dating A Retarded Person,” which is exactly what it sounds like. Extras include the "Sunny Side Up Volume 2” featurette where the cast go through their thoughts on producing this season and taking turns wrestling each other. "Meet The McPoyles” offers some insight into the gang’s archenemies and the most bizarre characters in this show. Commentaries and a gag reel are also provided. This show has drawn comparisons to Seinfeld due to the group of friends getting into ironic and socially awkward situations but it is It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’s sheer wow factor that separates this from others in the Seinfeld-ian sitcom universe. (Fox)