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We Calculated How Much The Always Sunny Gang Has Spent On Their Schemes And Its A Lot!

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If you're familiar with the always sunny gang, you're probably aware of how much trouble they get themselves into. Everything from sinking boats to setting apartments on fire.

Most of which would not be possible without Millionaire Frank Reynolds. But how much exactly has this endless supply of cash costed the gang? 856,569. That's right 856,569! This is not accounting for the damage and escaped convictions they have piled up, but the sole amount they have spent on their neurotic alcohol induced lifestyle. Let me break it down for you.

season 1

Since Frank wasn't in the picture until season 2, much of the gangs hijinx was based off of a very limited budget. There is only so much a dive bar in south Philly can make especially after being robbed twice. From Tuxedo rentals to attend prom with underage teens, to paying the waitress to sleep with a "dying" friend, the gang only spent about $940.
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Since Frank wasn't in the picture until season 2, much of the gangs hijinx was based off of a very limited budget. There is only so much a dive bar in south Philly can make especially after being robbed twice. From Tuxedo rentals to attend prom with underage teens, to paying the waitress to sleep with a "dying" friend, the gang only spent about $940.

Season 2

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When Frank demands to join the gang after buying out the bar, money fuels crack addictions and about ten thousand dollars spent in one night on hookers, champagne and limos costing the gang $10,500.

Season 3

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Everything from impersonating police officers, accidentally stealing cocaine from the Italian Mafia, and running illegal sweat shops, runs the bill up to $24,035.

Season 4

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Manhunts, Exploiting the gas crisis, company credit cards, billboards, and putting on the best musical ever (Hamilton who?) $30,194.

Season 5

Losing the house because the kids got their little hands bloody BIG DEAL! Parking tickets, wrestling and Sweet Dee losing her car AGAIN! $258,900
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Losing the house because the kids got their little hands bloody BIG DEAL! Parking tickets, wrestling and Sweet Dee losing her car AGAIN! $258,900

Season 6

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Alimony, boats, Lamborghinis and the best Lethal Weapon movie ever made ran the tab to $325,945.

Season 7

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Franks little beauties, Sweet Dee scamming the IRS, fake funerals and so so so so much more was around $37,590.

Season 8

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Paying Puff Daddy to scam Charlie's mom, Sweet Dee crashing her car AGAIN, and a limo trash service $27,845.

Season 9

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Pyramid schemes, jet rentals, guns and burning down an apartment just from trying to squash their past beef costed them not only a home, but $39,780.

Season 10

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When the gang tried to scam a frequent flyer miles loophole, or started a cult that got their apartment burned down for the second time, or when they flew across the country just to drink and play baseball all set the "ass kickers united" back about $46,700.

Season 11

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Expensive art work, expensive cruises, expensive snowboarding, expensive crack addictions and an expensive bus to kidnap and rob customers with was more or less $46,540.

Season 12

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Running a hidden camera sitcom, expensive weapons and hiring professional arbitrators surprisingly was one of the more cheaper seasons, costing the gang only $7,600.

At the end of the day, you can't put a price on solid entertainment so I say, watching the gang wreak havoc all over South Philly, priceless.

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