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The new Danny DeVito-voiced Dr. Seuss movie The Lorax hits theaters this Friday, and ever since Danger outlined the first trailer I’ve been holding strong to the notion that Always Sunny’s Frank Reynolds is the actual voice of the Lorax. Or at the very least DeVito is channeling Frank Reynolds when grumpily ushering kids through a magical adventure (“I am not going to diddle your kids!”).
Halloween is Friday, do you have a costume yet? Since everyone loves It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia -inspired costumes, and with the trailer for season ten dropping yesterday, I thought I’d put together this helpful guide based on It’s Always Sunny’s most wardrobe-versatile character: Frank Reynolds. Full disclaimer though, in order to successfully pull off any of these costumes the wearer should ideally be no taller than 5’0″ and weigh no less than 175 pounds.
Frank Reynolds is a horrible human. I mean, everyone on It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia is a terrible monster, but he makes the rest of the Gang look like Gladys by comparison. Science says so . But the actor who plays everyone’s favorite depraved Trashman, Danny DeVito, is the opposite of Frank — he’s a pretty cool guy.
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Frank Reynolds started off on It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia as a nice enough guy. He just wanted to shed some of his material possessions and spend more time with his kids. Pretty reasonable. However, it didn’t take long for the real Frank Reynolds to stand up, and he’s been getting realer and realer ever since.
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Not every TV dad can be cool, likable, or even good at being a father . There are plenty of dastardly, deadbeats out there in TV land, but it’s the ones that manage to stick around and win our hearts from time to time that leave a lasting impression that sends their TV children to therapy at some point.
There have been many great TV roommate duos over the years, but there is none more deplorable and unsettling than the Charlie Kelly/Frank Reynolds tandem. Everything about Charlie’s apartment is probably in violation of health and building codes, and when he takes on Frank as a roommate things somehow become even worse. The apartment is declared a “sh*thole” by nearly all those who enter through its disgusting door, and for good reason.
When patriarch Frank Reynolds (Danny DeVito) made his appearance in the opening episode of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’s second season, the dynamic of the gang changed forever. Before Frank, they were a group of self-important narcissists who shirked their responsibilities and regularly drank themselves into oblivion. As circumstances required that the three Paddy’s Pub owners Dennis (Glenn Howerton), Charlie (Charlie Day), and Mac (Rob McElhenney) cut Frank in on the action, his impact was immediately felt by everyone — though with the same amount of narcissism and alcohol.
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If you remember, there was a petition floating around to get Danny DeVito to voice Detective Pikachu in Nintendo’s imported tweak on the classic Pokemon character. Some of us even made pretty good cases for why Frank Reynolds/DeVito would make the perfect candidate for the voice.
It was a fairly popular petition, but like most petitions, it turns out to be worthless.
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