Fans of Charlie and Dennis's band Electric Dream Machine on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia may still be awaiting their reunion tour. However, the season finale of the show will provide a musical fix.
Charlie Day on Philadelphia
"The Electric Dream Machine will not be performing but Charlie will write his musical opus entitled 'The Night Man Cometh,'" said Charlie Day. "So there will be a return of the Day Man song. We come to find out how the little boy becomes the Day Man and defeats the Night Man."
The show opens with the song "Troll in My Hole," which may or may not be a metaphor. "Yes, it's innuendo. No, I don't know. It's up to interpretation."
They saved the musical for last because they plan to release the songs, which took additional time. "That's going to take a little work because we want to make sure we have the time to tweak it and get it right."
As the fourth season wraps up, Day reflected on what makes Sunny unique. "We're different because none of us ever were television creators and stars before. We're just doing what we think is funny and I think it's what other people find funny but I could be wrong."
As this season showed with Charlie cutting the breaks and blowing up Mac's car, they make do with what they have when it comes to stunts. "The challenge is we have no money to do anything so we often find ourselves, if we have a scene where a guy's jumping out of a van, we just gotta jump outta that van to make it happen. If something is going to explode, we have to explode it. There's no CGI."