The show’s three creators will bring their popular podcast to The Met on September 18, and tickets will go on sale this week.

Always Sunny co-creators and co-stars Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day and Glenn Howerton are filming the show in Philly in 2016. They return to Philly in September for a live recording of their podcast. / Photo by Gilbert Carrasquillo / GC Images

I woke up this morning to an Instagram post that made me wonder if, in fact, I was still dreaming: Our troubled and furry friend, Gritty, is delighted with Green Man (Charlie / McPoyle-tailgate alter-ego -coping-mechanism of the It’s always sunny in Philadelphia).

Stay tuned, I did. I stayed extremely adjusted, my mind filled with visions of kitten gloves and jeans. Was the gang finally coming home? While their FXX show is taking place in Philly, they haven’t been here to film since the show’s 12th season in 2016. I remember that week well, when I watched them around town using clues on social media and other fans. And I was rewarded when Danny DeVito, in all his depraved glory of Frank Reynolds (actually, he was very cute) came out of his caravan and posed for a picture with me and my baby.

A children’s book entry that makes the “first steps” look like garbage.

However, they did not return here to produce anything sunny-related to that, so when The Met offered a glimmer of hope, I wondered if it might be a 2009 stage show. The Night Man is comingwhen the cast recreated Charlie’s delightfully disgusting musical for fans at Upper Darby’s Tower Theater.

Good, sunny fans, get ready because co-creators Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day and Rob McElhenney of Philly are coming to Met on September 18 to make a live recording of their podcast.

“We are very excited to take this show on the road and bring it podcasts at … the iconic Met Philadelphia, ”Howerton said. “It simply came to our notice then sunny fans there! ”

properly named Always Sunny podcast, the weekly installments are apparently about every episode of the TV series – a kind of recap with the creators’ memories of writing and filming it – but they always turn into meditations on everything from parking problems to car fighting stories. while your children play songs in the back seat. In just a few months of airing, the podcast developed inside jokes (“cut that cut that cut that”), a cult that follows in its entirety, although the podcast fan base is probably a subset of the show’s wider fan base. TV) and the same manic chemistry that their TV counterparts have.

Tickets for the live podcast will go on sale on Friday at 10:00 Met’s site. It’s unclear how much tickets will cost or whether the live podcast will be the same format as the regular one or include fan interactions, but stay tuned for more details as they become available.

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