TV Series | TV-MA | | Comedy
Five friends with big egos and slightly arrogant attitudes are the proprietors of an Irish pub in Philadelphia.
The pilot was created by four Hollywood actors (Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, and Jordan Reid) about struggling as actors in Los Angeles. The show was initially titled, "It's Always Sunny on TV". The original, unaired pilot only cost two hundred dollars to make, and was shot on a digital camera, with the actors taking turns holding the boom. It was then shopped around to different networks, and was picked up by FX. They then moved the setting of the show from Los Angeles to Philadelphia, and re-shot the pilot.
You got to pay the troll toll if you want to get into this boy's hole!
Dee Reynolds would never be able to be a surrogate without having a child of her own first. All reputable surrogacy agencies in the US require their surrogates to have had at least one full-term, live birth before becoming a surrogate.
The show's RCH production logo (now RCG) features an image of creators/stars Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, and Glenn Howerton wearing hoodies and sunglasses. A sound clip plays backwards over the logo. In season 1 the clip says 'You are stupid for playing this forward' when reversed; in season 2 it says 'Is it brown? Is it brown? Good work. Is it brown? Is it brown?'; in season 3 it says 'Make it brown. Make it brown. Make it brown.' each actor chanting the words.