It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Complete Seasons 1-6 DVD
This is for “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Seasons 1-6”.
Total 6 seperate DVDs pack.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia – Season 1
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is a half-hour comedy that focuses on four friends who own and operate a bar in South Philadelphia and try to maintain the balance of power between their businesses and friendship. In the show’s first season, the gang tries to prove Charlie is not a racist; a girl from Charlie’s past reveals that he is a father; they relive their high school years; the gang learns Charlie might have cancer; the guys buy a gun; Mac and Dennis get close to a dead man’s granddaughter; and their gym teacher has been accused of molestation.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia – Season 2
The gang discovers the perks of being handicapped when Charlie becomes wheel-chair bound after an accident. Dennis and Dee’s estranged father returns.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia – Season 3
Mac and Dee decide to raise a baby they find in the dumpster. Dennis talks some trash while going green and befriending radical environmentalist groups, while Charlie and Frank go dumpster-diving.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia – Season 4
Mac and Dennis pursue the ultimate high of hunting another man by stalking Rickety Cricket, while Dee and Charlie become obsessed with eating human flesh after they come to believe Frank has fed some of it to them.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia – Season 5
While Frank buys a foreclosed house with intentions of selling it for profit, Mac and Dennis become hot-headed real estate brokers, and Dee takes advantage of a suburban couple looking to hire a surrogate mother.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia – Season 6
Mac pulls out the big guns to protect the sanctity of marriage, while the rest of the gang reap the rewards of marital bliss.
Actors: Danny DeVito, Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton
Format: Color, Dolby, Widescreen, PAL
Region: Region 4 for Australia
Number of discs: 16
Studio: 20th Century Fox
DVD Release in: 2020