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October 31, 2018

'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' completes Eagles Super Bowl special tonight

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The Gang heads to Minneapolis to see the Eagles win Super Bowl LII.

Fans who tuned in for last week's episode of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" were left with a cliffhanger.

In part one of the Super Bowl special, Charlie, who got left behind in Philly as The Gang traveled to Minneapolis, made a mess of Paddy's Pub in an effort to defend it. His "Home Alone"-style booby traps ended up severely injuring him as cardboard cutouts of Jason Kelce and Beau Allen turned into encouraging hallucinations.

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What we didn't get to see was Mac, Dee and Frank's trip to Minneapolis (this is one of the episodes that omitted Dennis). Based on a trailer for Wednesday night's episode, it's questionable whether they ever made it there.

If Charlie doesn't bleed to death, there's a good chance they'll come back with a disturbing story to tell him.

The entire special seems to make fun of the idea that every action of every superstitious fan has a direct impact on the outcome of every Eagles game. If they win, it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy, but if they lose it's because one fan's botched ritual blew it.

Check out part two of the Super Bowl special tonight at 10 p.m. on FXX.