Danny DeVito’s Frank is arguably the best thing about It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia. Yes, Charlie is bizarrely brilliant. Yes, Dennis is an egotistical creep with penchant for the fine zinger. Yes, Dee is gloriously unhinged. And yes, Mac is a mindbending ball of misplaced machismo. But the disgusting, depraved and crude depths DeVito sinks to to provide constant comedy gold for Frank is unparalleled. And who knows, he’s hinted that his last few episodes could be on the horizon. Before he potentially shoots off, these are his finest moment… so far.
When he totally owned the role as the troll in Charlie’s ‘The Nightman Cometh’
When he just wanted to be pure
When he got suspicious of babies
When he accepted his place on ‘the fringe’
When he tried to brag about his ‘monster dong’
On several occasions..
When he emerged from the back of a sofa all greased up
When he got himself trapped in a children’s playground
When he was the last man standing
When he tripped balls in the McPoyle’s toilet
When Rum ham floated away