How much crazier can The Gang get? How much viler, meaner, more disgusting, offensive, and vulgar can It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia become? A lot, apparently. In the first 10 seasons of FX’s beloved comedy, the gang has done everything from pretend to be handicapped for the sake of stripper discounts to smoking crack for a welfare check. Frank opened his own sweat shop. Dennis and Mac hunted the same man that they forced into a life of homelessness. Dee thought her blackface routine was the height of comedy. And Charlie… well, poor Charlie would be the lowest form of life on television if he wasn’t so darn adorable.
With Season 11 of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia set to kick off tonight on FXX, we had the opportunity to speak with the actors who portray television’s most lovable sociopaths. The biggest question, again: How much crazier can the gang get? Rest assured that each character, no matter how awful they may have seemed in the past, still has plenty of room to devolve into something worse. How will they do that in Season 11? They’re keeping most of the fun under wraps, but they offered us some secrets to prepare us.