The Best Episodes Directed by Heath Cullens
#1 - The Gang Gets Quarantined
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 9 - Episode 7
When a severe flu outbreak sweeps through Philadelphia, the gang chooses to voluntarily quarantine themselves inside of Paddy's in an attempt to keep their singing voices pristine for an upcoming singing competition.
#3 - Charlie Catches a Leprechaun
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 11 - Episode 8
Dennis tries to create an innovative mobile Paddy's pub experience but runs into trouble when customers refuse to cooperate, while Charlie and Mac attempt to catch a thieving leprechaun.
#8 - The Janitor Always Mops Twice
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 14 - Episode 6
In the black-and-white noir world of his memory, Charlie navigates the seedy underbelly of Philadelphia as Frank has been "diarrhea poisoned," and it's up to Charlie to clean up the mess.
#9 - Thunder Gun 4: Maximum Cool
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 14 - Episode 2
Landing in the middle of a focus group after a screening of "Thunder Gun 4: Maximum Cool," the gang is determined to restore glory and traditional American values back into the franchise, even if it involves sabotage.
#10 - A Bunch of Hornballs
You're the Worst Season 4 - Episode 8
Jimmy goes out of town for a Romance/Erotica fiction convention while Gretchen throws a divorce party for Lindsay, leading to an unintended deepening of Gretchen’s relationship with Boone. Meanwhile, Edgar’s friend Max encourages him to overspend on party planning.
#11 - Worldstar!
You're the Worst Season 4 - Episode 9
Lindsay's mom comes to town, shedding light on the origin of Lindsay's issues, while Jimmy attempts to get over Gretchen by hooking up with someone from his past. Meanwhile, Edgar struggles to reconcile his new writer life with his old veteran life.
#12 - Dad-Not-Dad
You're the Worst Season 4 - Episode 10
Jimmy spends a day with a woman from his past and attempts to fit in with her friends while Gretchen attempts to impress Boone’s ex‐wife. Lindsay reconnects to a former father figure and Edgar, prompted by Max, buys a fancy car he can’t afford.