‘Its Always Sunny In Philadelphia’ Answers The Question Fans Have Been Asking Nonstop

David Hookstead | Reporter

Fans of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” got the biggest question of the show answered during the season 13 premiere Wednesday night.

Dennis (Glenn Howerton) returned at the end of the episode, and it looks like he’ll be around for pretty much the whole season.

That’s really good news because Mindy Kaling was brought in for the first episode of the season, and she wasn’t funny at all. Now, that could just by my bias speaking. I’ve spent more than a decade with the gang, and I don’t like somebody just randomly getting thrown in.

The whole vibe felt off. You can’t go from drinking a refreshing Miller Lite to drinking some garbage microbrew without immediately noticing a difference. The same thinking applies to television. (RELATED: ‘IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA’ SEASON 13 SYNOPSIS GIVES CLUES ABOUT WHETHER DENNIS WILL RETURN)

That’s why I was so damn happy at the very end when Dennis made his grand return. Fans have been debating nonstop about whether or not he’d be back after it was hinted at that he was being written off the show at the end of Season 12. I couldn’t be more excited that we’re getting more Dennis because the show is simply much better with him in it.

Now that we finally got our favorite narcissist on television back, it looks like the third season of the hit FXX show is going to be as great as ever. I can’t wait to watch what kind of trouble the Mac, Dennis, Dee, Charlie and Frank will find themselves in this year.

 

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