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Four Walls Cask Strength Single Barrel Review, With an Interview With Glenn Howerton

The gang behind It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia —Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton and Charlie Day — are best known for the FX sitcom that made them famous, but they've also had their hand at a surprising number of other ventures. Unless you've been living under a rock the last few months, you've probably seen an ad for Welcome to Wrexham, the documentary series chronicling the purchase of a Welsh soccer team by McElhenney and some Canadian guy. Howerton has carved out acclaimed roles for himself in TV shows such as AP Bio, The Mindy Project and Fargo. Day has become a staple of film, fighting off Ice Cube, kaiju and Jennifer Aniston's advances alike in the last decade.
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It’s Always Sunny star Glenn Howerton says he almost went to prison for ‘extremely bad error in judgement’

Glenn Howerton, who stars in It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, has revealed he once almost went to prison.The actor said he was charged with multiple felonies in his teens, which almost led to him being put behind bars.Howerton, who plays Dennis Reynolds in the long-running sitcom, addressed the “extremely bad error in judgement” in The Always Sunny Podcast episode released this week.The actor said that he attempted to get a fake driver’s licence before the age of 21 – and tried to trick the US government-licenced DMV into giving it to him.Howerton said the DMV took the matter “very, very...
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It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Glenn Howerton explains why he almost ended up in prison

Glenn Howerton, who stars in It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, has revealed he once almost went to prison.The actor said he was charged with multiple felonies in his teens, which almost led to him being put behind bars.Howerton, who plays Dennis Reynolds in the long-running sitcom, addressed the “extremely bad error in judgement” in The Always Sunny Podcast.The actor said that he attempted to get a fake driver’s licence before the age of 21 – and tried to trick the US government-licenced DMV into giving it to him.Howerton said the DMV took the matter “very, very seriously” and charged him with four felonies.“Technically I have four felonies on my record,” he told his co-stars Rob McElhenney and Charlie Day, adding: “But it got expunged because I was a first time offender.”Instead, he was given community service, which he agreed was a “lenient” alternative.It’s Always Sunny is currently airing its 15th season. A recent instalment of the series saw the cast address a controversial episode that featured blackface, which prompted Netflix to remove it from its service.
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What It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia's True Goal Is With Its Comedy, According To Glenn Howerton

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia wasted no time in defining its signature sense of humor when Season 1 premiered over a decade ago. The hit sitcom’s unapologetically awful protagonists (arguably the villains of their own show) made millions of fans bust a gut with their absurd antics. However, despite the Gang’s apparent moral vacuity, the actual point of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia isn’t to promote their ideology - at least, not according to co-creator and star Glenn Howerton.
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Glenn Howerton shares moment he realized 'It's Always Sunny' was so popular

The Gang finally made its long-awaited return Wednesday night when the 15th season of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" debuted on FXX, cementing it as the longest-running live-action comedy series in American television history. During an appearance Thursday night on "The Late Late Show with James Corden," Glenn Howerton said...
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