|It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (season 10)|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||10|
|Original release||January 14 –|
March 18, 2015
The tenth season of the American comedy television series It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia premiered on FXX on January 14, 2015. The season consists of 10 episodes and concluded on March 18, 2015. The tenth season was released on DVD in region 1 on January 5, 2016.
- Charlie Day as Charlie Kelly
- Glenn Howerton as Dennis Reynolds
- Rob McElhenney as Mac
- Kaitlin Olson as Dee Reynolds
- Danny DeVito as Frank Reynolds
- Wade Boggs as Wade Boggs
- Allison Munn as Kelly
- Lance Barber as Bill Ponderosa
- Lynne Marie Stewart as Bonnie
- Keegan-Michael Key as Grant Anderson
- Anna Maria Horsford as Janet Barrett
- Dax Shepard as JoJo
The series was renewed for a tenth season (along with its ninth season) on March 28, 2013, and was announced the series would move from FX to its sister channel FXX. The season was originally scheduled to premiere in fall 2014, but was delayed until January 2015. Glenn Howerton said in July 2013 that the series was planned to end after ten seasons, but it was renewed for an 11th and 12th season in April 2014. JD Harmeyer guest-directed a scene in the episode "The Gang Group Dates".
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|105||1||"The Gang Beats Boggs"||Todd Biermann||Dave Chernin & John Chernin||January 14, 2015||XIP10001||0.786|
|Dennis, Dee, Charlie, and Frank attempt to honor Wade Boggs by breaking his record of drinking "50 to 70" cans of beer when they take a cross-country flight to Los Angeles, with Mac tallying number of beers drank because he lost the "chugging contest" to decide who qualifies for the game. Dennis and Frank try to beat each other to the mile-high club, Charlie and Dee hallucinate from excessive alcohol consumption, Mac smuggles an entire suitcase of beer onboard, and Frank gives a frat boy a possibly-lethal dose of sleeping pills.|
|106||2||"The Gang Group Dates"||Richie Keen||Rob Rosell||January 21, 2015||XIP10008||0.524|
|The Gang hosts group dating in the bar: Dennis is obsessed with a website that allows women to rate their dates with men, even trying to use The Waitress as an ally in his quest for better reviews; Frank tries to coach Mac and Charlie on how to suppress their gross, crazy, or Anti-Semitic thoughts to be more effective daters; Dee sleeps with many men to give them bad ratings.|
|107||3||"Psycho Pete Returns"||Todd Biermann||Charlie Day & Glenn Howerton & Rob McElhenney||January 28, 2015||XIP10002||0.511|
|"Psycho Pete" from high school, who was accused of killing and eating his family, returns from the mental institution and Mac and Charlie try to make him "fun psycho" again as he now appears to be calm and soft-spoken; Dennis, Dee, and Frank try to get rid of him with help from Rickety Cricket.|
|108||4||"Charlie Work"||Matt Shakman||Charlie Day & Glenn Howerton & Rob McElhenney||February 4, 2015||XIP10004||0.554|
|Charlie is eager to ready Paddy's for the annual health inspection, but the Gang's scam involving airline miles, steaks, and chickens, plus a series of other obstacles, give him a dizzy day of problem-solving.|
|109||5||"The Gang Spies Like U.S."||Matt Shakman||David Hornsby||February 11, 2015||XIP10003||0.527|
|The Gang takes measures to assuage their paranoia when a cannery owned by China opens in the neighborhood; Dennis and Mac become focused on a fetish.|
|110||6||"The Gang Misses the Boat"||Richie Keen||Charlie Day & Glenn Howerton & Rob McElhenney||February 18, 2015||XIP10007||0.544|
|The Gang members go in separate directions in their frustration from missing out on a boat ride: Dennis starts trying to control his anger; Dee and Charlie team up for "def poetry"; Frank tries to join a "new gang" who are opening a new bar; and Mac decides to date hotter women.|
|111||7||"Mac Kills His Dad"||Heath Cullens||Dave Chernin & John Chernin and David Hornsby||February 25, 2015||XIP10010||0.442|
|Mac's nasty dad Luther is in jail on a murder charge and Mac and Charlie seek to prove his innocence with disastrous consequences; Bill Ponderosa comes to Paddy's and announces his plan to drink himself to death, so Frank, Dennis, and Dee seek to either stop him or profit from him doing it.|
|112||8||"The Gang Goes on Family Fight"||Matt Shakman||Charlie Day & Glenn Howerton & Rob McElhenney||March 4, 2015||XIP10005||0.445|
|The Gang appears as contestants on Family Fight, a fictional game show: Frank wants to spout right-wing political positions; Mac keeps mixing up which game show he's on; Dee aims for lowbrow humor; Dennis demands classiness but gets unnerved by the "wrong-answer" buzzer; Charlie's odd knack for getting fringe answers correct has a rational explanation; and the host (Keegan-Michael Key) comes to absolutely hate them all.|
|113||9||"Frank Retires"||Richie Keen||Charlie Day & Glenn Howerton & Rob McElhenney||March 11, 2015||XIP10006||0.505|
|Frank decides to retire from Paddy's, leading the rest of the gang into a fight to determine the next legal owner.|
|114||10||"Ass Kickers United: Mac and Charlie Join a Cult"||Heath Cullens||Scott Marder||March 18, 2015||XIP10009||0.543|
|Mac and Charlie join a fitness club that may or may not be a cult, and when Dee and Frank find out that Dennis came up with it so he can lower Mac's self-esteem and get him to stop eating Thin Mint cookies, Dee and Frank blackmail Dennis to let them in on the plan so Frank can recruit women into the club and Dee can finally get someone to renovate her apartment.|
|It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: The Complete Season 10|
|Set details||Special features|
|January 5, 2016|
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