'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' Season 14: Danny DeVito on the show's unique mantra that makes each absurd season a hit

Fans find the show just keeps getting more and more absurd and weirder with each passing season, but Danny DeVito would like to insist that it is the same since season 1.


                            'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' Season 14: Danny DeVito on the show's unique mantra that makes each absurd season a hit
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There has been a lot of buzz about the latest season 14 of 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' and fans can't stop talking about how amazing and badass this season is.  They find the show just keeps getting more and more absurd and weirder with each passing season, but Danny DeVito would like to insist that it is the same mantra of love and affection that the series has followed since day 1, which we get to see in his new crazy season.  

"The whole mantra is that we have good material, and that keeps you going for 14 years, along with loving each other, caring about each other - all that stuff plus the fans who come and watch it," DeVito told MEA Worldwide (MEAWW) at the red carpet premiere of the 14th season. But this season also packs a unique, never seen before outburst of emotion from DeVito's character, which is what has managed to acquire all the buzz. Speaking about the different approach and arc, DeVito shared that 'when something like that comes along, you know, it's a gift.'

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"It's a really nice moment that you get to play," DeVito continued, adding: "Also inside, we all feel like they're inside of us. We have to get in touch with whatever it is that makes us tick. I kind of like wear my heart on my sleeve (...) and if I had certain conflicts inside, I would try to figure out a way to reveal them and I think Rob's show revealed his inner self with a beautiful dance, and as much as Frank is on his own, he responded to it because this show has gotten so absurd and so ridiculous over the 14 Seasons!"

Back with just one episode this season, the series has already managed to be a massive hit with its religious fanbase. Noting the out of the world insanity that this new season comes packed with, Twitter user @notmoediggity42 wrote: "the new #ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia was one of the weirder ones in awhile. great episode tonight. gonna watch the new south park now. great job, guys." Other fans like @Ellen_Meagan remarked: "Gang’s back and trashier than ever."

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'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' airs on Wednesdays at 10 PM, only on FXX.