“It's Always Sunny" vs“The Office”Feud Turns Crossover?

The stars of two different, beloved comedy series, “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” and “The Office,” are facing off on Twitter. It all started when “It’s Always Sunny” co-creator and star Rob McElhenny posted a video from the famous parking lot from “The Office.”

In the clip, McElhenny roasts the NBC show for going off the air, and tries to claim the office building as his own show’s turf. “Apparently this is Dunder Mifflin, I guess, where they shot ‘The Office,’” he says. “But they’re gone now. They’re off the air. We’re doing our show here now.”

But it looks like the face-off might be a great thing for fans. “The Office” star Steve Carell has a solution to the “blood feud” – a crossover episode, “It’s Always Sunny In Scranton.” McElhenny is down, and has tagged a bunch of networks in the proposal, so this thing could really happen. Scranton and Philly are pretty close by, after all.Check out the posts below.Source:Rob McElhenny

 
 

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