It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: The Complete Season 7
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Join the dysfunctional gang at Paddy's Pub For another outrageously raunchy season of scheming, scamming, backstabbing, and all-around inappropriateness! Whether they're giving a hooker an image makeover, hitting the beach at the Jersey Shore, preparing For the apocalypse, or simply engaging in a little good old-fashioned cyber-stalking, the gang delivers more trash-talking, half-baked insanity than ever before. Now, get ready to get fat with Mac and indulge in Season Seven of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, stuffed with uproarious extras.
|Actors:||Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, Rob McElhenney, Kaitlin Olson, Danny DeVito|
|Format:||AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen|
|Subtitle:||English, French, Spanish|
|Number of Discs:||2|
|Studio:||20th Century Fox|
|Run Time:||275 minutes|
|DVD Release Date:||October 09, 2012|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 153 reviews|
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22 of 24 found the following review helpful:
A Return to Form, Almost--And The Truth About Mac's Real Name Jul 26, 2012
Like many fans, I was disappointed with Season Six--especially the first few episodes. Season Seven, however, brings the gang back to the simple banter that made them so funny in the first place. Sure, there is still the occasional slow episode--"Frank's Brother," for instance, which is told through so many flashbacks that it loses the "Sunny" feel--but overall, the quality control is strong this season. "The Gang Goes To The Jersey Shore" is laugh-out-loud funny in the same ways that some of Season Two's best episodes were funny, and "Frank's Pretty Woman" lets this season come out swinging with vulgarity ("She's a good hoo-er") and taboo subject matter. Another great offering from this season is--and I won't ruin it--the disclosure of Mac's real name. It's a payoff that was well worth the wait.
In Season Seven, the writers made a concerted effort--even more so than in season six--to "call back" to characters and situations from previous seasons. The results were mixed. On the plus side, the out-of-shape actor who posed as Donovan McNabb in season three, for example, hilariously reappears as "Tiger Woods," and "Schmitty" makes a grand, albeit five-second, cameo to end the season.
These "call backs" did occasionally fall flat, however. In "The High School Reunion," Brad Fisher discusses the hornet scars on his face and leaves the viewers waiting for a confrontation between him and Charlie. It never happens. The writers crammed in so many references to the show's previous episodes that, at times, it seems like a burdened wink to the audience. In fact, when Frank hijacks a tourist boat in "Thunder Gun Express," he muses nostalgically about his--and presumably, some of the viewers'--favorite Sunny memories over the PA system. The scene works, but it also once again drives home the point that the show's glory days may be past. Occasionally disappointing but more often great, season seven is a notch above season six--and may be as good as the show gets from now on.
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Great Start to the Season Sep 24, 2011
By Mars Burton
This was a fantastic start to the season. Both my friend and I watched it together and we laughed the whole time. The part with the fake blood packets is priceless. I'm super excited to see the rest of the season.
8 of 10 found the following review helpful:
It's Always Sunny is Back! Sep 17, 2011
By Dane Adam Orion Vick
This episode has the gang doing exactly what they do best: be depraved, gross, getting into ridiculous hi-jinx, the return of crack for Dee and her brother, drunkenness, Mac's persistent belief in his super strength and best of all, spraying blood, which was good for Shakespeare and is great for this episode too.
You will not be disappointed getting this episode for $1.99. If you are a Sunny fan, then this is right up your alley.
5 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Possibly the best episode they've ever done Nov 12, 2011
Season 7 of Sunny has been stellar so far. "The Gang Gets Trapped" is easily one of the greatest episodes they've ever done. So well written, it doesn't matter that certain plot points are intentionally left unexplained. They took an unusual story format, filled it with classic interactions between the main castmembers, and hit it out of the ballpark. This is by no means the first time they've tried something different and created an outstanding episode. And that's an ability that the greatest TV shows almost always seem to have.
5 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Made me laughcry... Oct 03, 2011
By Brian Patrick Kennedy
This episode will go down in history as the epitome of the It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia comedy style. It has everything from fake blood projectile vomiting to fake tiger wood foot fetish johns and ends up with a real dead crack whore. I almost pissed myself I laughed so hard.
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