‘Always Sunny’ Is Leaving Netflix Saturday — Pour A Beer Out For The Memories

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“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” is leaving Netflix December 9, and it’s time to crack a few cold beers for all the memories we got along the way.

This is one of the greatest shows ever made. Charlie, Frank, Mac, Dennis and Dee might be the greatest cast ensemble we’ve ever seen on television.

I’m very sad to see this show leave. How did Netflix not figure out a way to make sure we could watch the gang’s exploits forever? What am I even paying for if I don’t get to see Charlie be illiterate and act like a drunken idiot?

Celebrate #NationalRumDay by eating your drinks. We love you, rum ham. #SunnyFXX

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I think this is just a result of breakdown in communication or negotiations between the people over at FX and Netflix. Luckily, I happen to know a guy who happens to pride himself on his negotiating ability.

That’s right. Donald Trump needs to get these two sides down and crank out a deal. Forget peace in the Middle East. We have forever to figure out that one. We only have until Saturday to save “It’s Always Sunny.” We must do what is right.

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