Teen brings cardboard cut-out of Danny DeVito to prom, and he reciprocated

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The star of"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Danny De Vito took a cardboard cutout of a Pennsylvania high school student to the set of the show

Remember that time when a student at Carlisle High School took a cardboard cutout of Danny DeVito to prom with her as her date? Now DeVito has returned the compliment. She said she enjoyed DeVito's humor on the television show "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia".

Allison Closs told pennlive.com that she "was having trouble finding a date" when she chose to create a cardboard cutout out of DeVito, who plays Frank on "It's Always Sunny", to accompany her to prom on May 17.

McElhenney wrote: "Hey Allison- I heard you took cardboard Danny to Prom".

The post about her prom date was shared far and wide and eventually caught the eye of DeVito himself, who made a decision to respond to her slightly freakish gesture. On May 4, DeVito's It's Always Sunny co-star Rob McElhenney took to Instagram to share some new pictures. Wearing her blue prom dress, Allison appeared on the Always Sunny bar set. "So I bought one on Amazon".

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In addition to earning her fans online, Allison's cutout date was also a hit with classmates, who lined up to take photos with him. Whoever it was, they weren't as good as Allison Closs's date. "Plus, he treats me the way a woman should be treated".

One person shared their snap of cardboard DeVito looking after their dog, while another posted how her replica of the Batman Returns star "loves coming to work with me".

Later in the video Allison interviews her father about the plan, who is completely on board with the joke.

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