Newswire: Glenn Howerton might be done with It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia
Tonight’s twelfth-season finale of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia ended on something of a cliffhanger, with Glenn Howerton’s Machiavellian narcissist Dennis Reynolds declaring that he’s down with The Gang, Paddy’s Pub, and the whole insane city of Philadelphia. Normally, we’d assume that this was just the narrative set-up for more debauchery next year, but Howerton—who also co-writes and co-produces the show—gave an interview to Uproxx today that suggests that Dennis’ status might be more up in the air than it initially seems.
Here’s Howerton, surprising interviewer Alan Sepinwall with a surprisingly long and nebulous answer after being asked whether Dennis was really gone:
“So… it’s a little complicated. I may seem a little bit evasive here, and I don’t mean to. It’s not entirely certain whether I am or am not. I might be. I might be, but …