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Steve Carell took to Twitter on Friday morning in an attempt to end a 'blood feud' between him and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia star/co-creator Rob McElhenney.
On Thursday, McElhenney, 42, took to Instagram, sharing a video from the Chandler Valley Center Studios in Panorama City, California, which was used as the exteriors for the Dunder Mifflin building in the NBC hit sitcom The Office.
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While McElhenney threw some shade towards Carell for his show being cancelled and his show It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia entering its 15th season this fall, Carell suggested the feud could end with a crossover of The Office and Always Sunny.
The 'feud' started with McElhenny's video, which he began by stating, 'So apparently this is Dunder Mifflin, I guess, where they shot The Office.'
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'Wasn't 100 percent sure of that, but they're gone now, they're off the air. And now you got… sorry, [Steve] Carell. You got these guys now,' he continued, before showing a pants-less Danny DeVito and Charlie Day.
'Sorry, I guess your show got canceled or whatever, but we're still doing ours. So we're doing it here,' McElhenney said, sharing the video on his Twitter, adding, 'The bar inside Dunder Mifflin is now called Paddy’s.'
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Then on Friday, Carell reached out to McElhenney on Twitter, in attempt...
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