Danny DeVito, Rob McElhenney, a mannequin of Glenn Howerton and Charlie Day  at the premiere of It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia
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How It's Always Sunny Crammed A Month Of Stunts Into Just Two Days
In "The Gang Saves the Day" episode of "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia," audiences are treated to multiple fantasy sequences, including one with an extensive fight sequence.
According to the show's stunt coordinator Marc Scizak, the scene "would've taken a month" to prepare for. However, Mac actor Rob McElhenney only had two days to get it right.
Scizak told the New York Times, "[McElhenney] essentially said, 'Just make me look badass.' It was a very, very large undertaking and I think it turned out really nice."
In a behind-the-scenes video, Scizak also commended McElhenney's ability: "We put him through 90% of the fight [...] he did an amazing job, he picked it up ridiculously fast."
He continued, "A lot of these action actors have done it for years, and they're not as good as he is." While Mac may not have been able to prove his skills, McElhenney did.