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  • What Actors Can Learn From the ‘Always Sunny’ Season 13 Finale

    After 13 seasons, you gotta mix it up a little, right?
    That certainly was the intent for the creative minds behind “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” which wrapped its 13th (!) season this week with a finale that was anything but what fans of the raucous comedy have come to expect.
    The episode culminates with Mac, played by series creator Rob McElhenney, (spoiler alert!) coming out to his imprisoned father entirely through an elaborate two-person dance routine. And yes, McElhenney did his own dancing.
    READ: WATCH: Kaitlin Olson Nail Her ‘Always Sunny’ Audition
    The sequence and character development required a full body transformation, entailing rigorous training and diet regimens.   
    “I worked with [celebrity trainer] Arin Babaian to get into good enough cardio shape to be able to dance for two hours a day and we did a lot of lifting and also a lot of stretching,” McElhenney tells Vulture. “I’m not a very limber person, so I stretched for like an hour a day just to be able to move my body in those ways which I was never able to do before and will never be able to do again.”A few months later, he whipped out the big guns:

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