It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia DVD Contest


Seat42f and Twentieth Century FOX Home Entertainment have teamed up to give TWO lucky winners a copy of Season 4 of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia on DVD. For a chance to win leave a comment below telling us your favorite topping for a Philly Cheesteak. Contest ends September 15th. Winners will be notified on September 16th via email so make sure to use a valid email address when you post your comment. Open to US residents only.

Release Date : September 15th

Crack open another beer at Paddy’s Pub and kick back with the most vulgar, obscene and politically incorrect group of misfits in Philly when the shameless fourth season of “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” arrives on DVD September 15.  The FX original series deftly combines crude behavior with sharp social commentary, creating the most violently funny season yet.  Follow the dysfunctional antics of Frank “The Muscles” (Danny DeVito, “Taxi”), Mac “The Brains” (Rob McElhenney), Dennis “The Looks” (Glenn Howerton), Charlie “The Wild Card” (Charlie Day) and Sweet Dee “The Useless Chick” (Kaitlin Olson) as they cause mass destruction with their ill-suited schemes, wildly unwholesome misbehavior and deviant lifestyle.  Strap on a straight jacket with Dennis as he is accidentally institutionalized with comedian Sinbad and Matchbox 20 lead singer Rob Thomas, siphon some fuel with the gang when they epically fail to solve the gas crisis and grab a ticket to the premiere of Charlie’s hilariously inappropriate opera “Nightman.”
The “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” Season Four DVD features all 13 original episodes.  The three-disc set also includes a laugh-out-loud blooper reel, deleted scenes and more and will be available for a suggested retail price of $39.95 U.S. / $54.98 Canada. 
Step up to the bar at Paddy’s Pub and brace yourself for a shot of outrageous fun! Paddy’s may be the worst bar in Philadelphia, but the gang there sure knows how to party.  Whether it’s Dee and Charlie’s flirtation with cannibalism, Frank’s glory-hole fixation, or Mac’s raucous reenactment of Dennis’s over-the-top sexual memoirs, nothing is sacred for these dysfunctional misfits as they hilariously destroy all possible boundaries of good taste.  This set includes every episode of Season 4, including the hilarious musical finale: “The Nightman Cometh.”