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The Hilarious It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia Crossover That Fans Want To See

"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" deserves far more respect than it gets. The show's been on the air for almost 20 years at this point, featuring over 100 episodes of everyone's favorite drunken regulars — The Gang. They've gotten into one hilarious adventure after the next throughout the show's run, from becoming door-to-door gas salesmen to trying to turn Paddy's Pub into something award-worthy. They've seemingly done it all, and while many shows begin to deteriorate after 15 seasons, this show has still managed to keep its stride.

One way the sitcom has accomplished this is by continuing to find ways to keep things fresh. The audience already knows the central cast of characters all too well at this point, so it's merely a matter of finding unique situations to place them in, often while commenting on the show itself. However, some fans think they know precisely what the series needs to do next, and it involves arguably the most ambitious crossover idea in television history.

Fans want to see It's Always Sunny cross over with The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

In the famous theme song to "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," Will Smith sings the following lyric, "In West Philadelphia born and raised / On the playground was where I spent most of my days." Later on, he mentions, "When a couple of guys who were up to no good / Started making trouble in my neighborhood." Those lines were enough for Twitter user @rhysjamesy to come up with the following idea: "The only Fresh Prince remake I want to see is one that reveals that the 'couple of guys who were up to no good' which forced Will Smith to leave Philadelphia were Mac, Charlie and Dennis."

This idea caught on over Reddit, where plenty of people were quick to voice their support for such an idea, including one user who wrote, "The most ambitious crossover in history." The idea of bringing back "The Fresh Prince" wouldn't be out of the question, seeing how the show already received a revival on Peacock. Plus, "The Fresh Prince" did a crossover years ago with "Blossom," but we have a feeling Will Smith wouldn't exactly be up for taking a trip to FX any time soon.

Additionally, other users point out how it's already been established in canon the identities of the guys who were up to no good, and it most certainly wasn't three white guys from South Philly. Still, one can dream.