Analyzing Financial Realism in Media

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2005-Present)

TV shows and movies should do a better job of portraying people living within the realistic means of their income or wealth level.

This short video analyzing realism on television features It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, a sitcom about five terrible people who run a bar in Philly.

Spoiler Alert for all seasons of It’s Always Sunny.

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Reply to @username123456999877777 Basically a parable on what not to do in life, and super entertaining for it #ItsAlwaysSunny #MoneyOnTV

♬ original sound – Rebecca Jetstream

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