It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia is a show built around bad behaviour. Barely an episode goes by in which one - and usually all - of the main characters commits a litany of dreadful deeds that, if they weren’t taking place in a sitcom, would lead to their incarceration in a prison or asylum.
Shocking acts of delinquency are the name of the game, then - but some episodes go a lot further than others. Always Sunny has never been afraid to push boundaries and go to dark places as a show, and over 14 seasons we’ve seen the gang sink to some truly heinous depths.
Sometimes their sins are in pursuit of their latest ill thought out scheme for wealth or prestige; sometimes the gang are looking to settle scores or prove a petty point. More rarely, they’re actually looking to do a good deed (in such a way that’ll leave the recipient of their favour in a worse predicament than they started).
Whatever the reason, the gang have developed a rap sheet a mile long. It’s a show about dreadful people, but the sheer depth of their depravity still has the capacity to surprise.