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I absolutely love gag reels.  Gag reels show actors how they break character on all the hilarious lines that make it into the final.  As I watch these clips, I try to not break character myself and not laugh, because I find that if I do, it’s much more gratifying.  So I’ve compiled here some of my favorite gag reels from one of the best comedies on air: It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia.  A college age and above appropriate comedy centers around 5 selfish adults and how far they’ll go to get what they want.  I can’t possibly explain to you how much I love this show in this gag reel compilation, so I’m targeting the already It’s Always Sunny Fans to watch the gag reels from seasons 2-6 I’ve compiled below.

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Margaret McPoyle.  You know her from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.  She’s the hideous, unibrowed, mute that plagues the gang from It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia with her brothers, Liam and Ryan.  She’s not very well known, but she’s definitely known for this character.  But the truth of the matter is, behind this scary, perverted, character is actually portrayed by this beautiful, unique looking actress Thesy Surface.  Two unique names, a distinct facial structure, and a rockin’ bod, it was impossible to not compile this rather gorgeous gallery.

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Last week, I expressed my excitement to having Charlie Day host SNL.  While it wasn’t absolutely as atrocious as Anna Faris’s work, [Danny DeVito’s cameo was especially delicious] it wasn’t exactly what I hoped for.  He was simply another cut and paste host that had no real memorable sketches [except maybe the Seinfeld one, that one was pleasantly surprising].  So here I am promoting this week’s host Emma Stone.  When I saw her last year, she didn’t particularly wow me by any means, but maybe she can rally.  She’s an extremely talented actress who has no qualms about taking a few jabs herself.  My ultimate dream is that Jim Carrey cameos [and in the future hosts, his show was fairly decent] to talk about the whole, ‘I love Emma Stone’ deal.  Below is Jim Carrey’s creepy message and a link Stone’s promos.

http://www.hulu.com/watch/298251/saturday-night-live-emma-stone

Jim’s Message

Jason Segal hosts November 19, another reason to get excited.

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As most of you know, Anna Faris’s last hosting gig at SNL was a complete blunder.  It was ill-prepared, poorly written, and extremely unfunny.  However, NBC has released it’s line up of the next few guests: Charlie Day, Emma Stone, and Jason Segal.  This is an impressive and talented line up and I’m very excited about what they bring come Saturday Night.  Day and Segal are first timers and this will be Stone’s second time.

So this weekend has Horrible Bosses and It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia star Charlie Day as host, and I have high expectations.  More than often Day has had to carry It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia on some of its flatter episodes, and he certainly held his own against A-listers like Jason Bateman and Kevin Spacey on Horrible Bosses.  In both of those, he clearly channels Charlie Kelly in repeated yelling, general stupidity, and absurd ideologies.  Hopefully the writers will take advantage of that and write some funny skits that make use of his talents.  So I’m hoping that come Saturday Night, he reaches the bar that Melissa McCarthy set.  A link to his promos below.

http://www.hulu.com/watch/295818/saturday-night-live-snl-promo-charlie-day#s-p1-sr-i1

As seen by the promo, Charlie seen hyperventilating is always good stuff.

Emma Stone hosts November 12 and Jason Segal hosts November 19

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I’m not exactly in the demographic this movie is aimed at. as I’m still 19 and kinda far from having a boss that I’d like to kill, but that doesn’t make this movie any less relatable.  Horrible Bosses does a good job in finding likable protagonists and villains to entertain those who don’t have bosses they want to kill.  The story itself isn’t too original or great and not all the jokes soar, but the cast is what really shines here.  It’s very clear that the cast has fun filming most of the movie and it shows in their dialogue.  Whether it be Colin Farrell’s suprisingly comedic chops, Jennifer Aniston’s delightful naughtiness, or Charlie Day screaming, Horrible Bosses is a character driven movie that’s likely worth your while.

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