‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’ Cancelled After Viewers Complain That Title Is Misleading
April 7th - Sources say that ‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia,’ a popular television program that follows the lives of four friends who run a bar in Philadelphia, will be cancelled immediately after viewers complained that the title of the show was misleading.
“This program might be the worst excuse for a television show that I’ve ever had the misfortune to watch,” said Harold Jennings, who watched 45 seconds of the pilot episode before throwing his remote through the screen in disgust. “First of all, the premise is ridiculous. How can it always be sunny in one area? That’s clearly impossible. Read a map sometime.”
Mr. Jennings was not the only one with a mind sharp enough to notice that the title of the show was not only incredibly misleading, but possibly even fake news.
“Guess what? I live in Philadelphia,” said Harold’s son, Gerald. “It’s only sunny about 60 percent of the time. You know what that means? I won’t be watching television ever again until this fake news garbage is taken off the air.”