The 15 season of Philadelphia’s Sunny Days are Always Sunny, and yet Dee, Mac, Charlie, Dennis and Frank are as immature as ever.

The characters’ inability to grow up is one of the main reasons the FX series is so funny, and Kaitlin Olson It is a promise that they will keep. CelebHomes News spoke to her recently. “We want them not to learn from their mistakes and become better people.”

“It’s one of my favorite things about me, because I don’t understand why this person would want to continue impressing these guys. She said. She said, “She is just trying to prove herself and she has for fifteen years.” This is completely absurd.

But this season, fans are getting a better idea of the gang’s origins, with episode three taking viewers back to the day Mac (Rob McElhenney), Charlie (Charlie Day) and Dennis (Glenn Howerton) bought Paddy’s pub.