Ever wonder what the backwards messages at the end of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia actually mean? Well you are welcome. The internet is a magical place and with the right tools (and a lot of free time), somebody out there has decoded all of the messages at the end of the Always Sunny episodes. All of the hidden messages include the cast making continuous jokes; some even include the possibility of somebody actually figuring out what the messages actually say.
For example, “You’re stupid for playing this forward,” is repeated three times during the end of an episode. For another message, something that sounds like “asnarp asnarp asnarp,” is actually saying “Is it brown? Is it brown? Is it brown?” Personally, the ones that always confused me were the ones that included singing. Nothing gets me angrier than the end of an Always Sunny episode that ends with a song that I can’t understand. However, thanks to the guy (or girl) that has turned the tracks around, we have discovered a three-part harmony of the cast singing “Make it brown. Make it brown! MAKE IT BROWN!” some of these make no sense for a person who hasn’t watched the show, but hearing the cast sing “make it brown, clown brown make it brown, clown” is pure hilarity for a fan of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. My personal favorite hidden message is a message from the cast to the fans that says, “Sorry for wasting your time and money, but thanks for your money.” I think I speak for all of us when I say thank you to the guy (or girl) that decoded all of these after-credit mysteries for all of us.