The 50 Funniest TV Comedies of All Time

30. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Network: FX
Air Dates: August 4, 2005–present
Stars: Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, Rob McElhenney, Danny DeVito, Kaitlin Olson

Good taste means nothing to characters on FX's It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia—hell, they don't even care if the beer they serve inside the rundown Paddy's Pub is drinkable. Thus, it's no surprise that TV viewers seeking a little edginess in their half-hour comedy servings continue to regularly watch the series seven years after its premiere.

Whether they're sleeping with each other's moms, snorting coke, ironically dating handicapped people, or spicing things up with LSD, the Sunny gang's business is moral corruption, not beer sales. And business is always thriving. —MB

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