Hold onto your fight milk, because Fox has ordered a new pilot from the comedy trio behind It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
The sitcom, titled Cool Kids, is set in a retirement home and follows three friends who rule the roost until a new woman arrives and threatens their standing. Like their previous show, Cool Kids will also be a multi-camera TV series.
Deadline confirmed that It's Always Sunny's Charlie Day, Rob McElhenney, and Glenn Howerton will play the trio and also executive produce alongside It's Always Sunny and The Mick executive producer Nick Frenkel.
This in addition to the recent news that It's Always Sunny has been renewed for a 13th and 14th season shows they're not running out of ideas any time soon.
Exactly who will play some of the other ageing folk at the retirement home isn't yet confirmed, though we imagine one name springs to mind fairly quickly.