Happy Endings season finale is upon us. "Deuce Babylove 2: Electric Babydeuce" and "Brothas and Sisters" was everything last week wasn't. Even though meeting the other Kerkovitch sister was worrying, we're more terrified that the show won't be around for us to see her again. After last night, losing this epic sitcom seems criminal.
Happy Endings returned last night after a brief interlude. "The Ballad of Los Sarofsky" gave Rob Corddry a chance to spread his wings as the Car Czar, and "Un-Sabotagable" saw the return of Max's enviable arch-rival Chase, played by Mark-Paul Gosselaar. One's return was celebrated, while the other was lackluster.
On Happy Endings "She Got Game Night," Penny and Pete redefine their relationship, while "The Storm Before The Calm" deals with the fallout. Also, each half hour had Dave, Alex, and Max wrestling with new careers.
Happy Endings is getting its groove back. "The Incident" focused on a fighting family and featured guest star RuPaul. Meanwhile, "Bros Before Bros" was about a battle of a bigger kind, with Andy Richter as Penny's absentee father.
Last night, Happy Endings was a full hour of comedy, thanks to the geniuses over at ABC. Both episodes dealt with Penny's suddenly serious relationship. But with "Our Family Wedding" failing to outshine its predecessor, "The Marry Prankster" could shoving two episodes together do more harm than good?
Another double dose of Happy Endings made our week. "The Ex Factor" played with our expectations, and made a few obvious jokes that paid off. We're glad we didn't miss it, or guest star Mark-Paul Gosselaar.
Sunday’s episode of Happy Endings was a blast from the past—literally. If a few things seemed strange, it's because this brand-new episode was leftover from season two. It was squeezed out when ABC couldn’t find the time to air it. “Kickball 2: The Kickening” features, surprise surprise, a kickball game.
Following Sunday's premiere, Happy Endings is back, again. "Ordinary Extraordinary Love” highlighted the plight of a pop star, her strained relationship and the search for a kindred spirit. Plus, Brad and Dave try to prove that they're the masters of their domain.
If you were worried about Happy Endings missing a step after the holidays, you wasted your time. “Fowl Play/ Date” put to rest one of the show’s oldest and most offensive characters. All the laughs you were missing over the brief hiatus were jammed into one night of comedy.
Last night, Happy Endings rocked the holidays without even trying. “No-Ho-Ho” is a love letter to everyone whose birthday falls in the last two weeks of the year. Plus, any episode that features a break dance fight with a Hip Hop Santa is must see TV.
If you think meeting the parents is hard, trying to make them laugh is torture. Happy Endings flirted with this dilemma in “To Serb With Love.” It also touched on Penny’s burgeoning relationship and the fallout created by Max. With everyone pulling their weight, this might have been the most entertaining episode of the season.
Happy Endings was hilarious—but not for the right reasons.“P&P Romance Factory” introduced us to Penny’s new boyfriend, played by guest star Nick Zano. And Dave had a personal crisis on his hands.
Tuesday, Happy Endings was firing on all cylinders. “More like Stanksgiving” focused on the holiday and how the group originally came together. Without giving too much away, it was the best episode of the season (so far). So what made last night so great?
This week, Happy Endings became the newest member of the sitcom elite. “Boys II Menorah” focused of Max and Brad’s new venture, and the status of Alex and Dave's relationship. There were countless can’t miss moments in the episode. So what made it so hysterical?
Last night, Happy Endings hit its first sour note of the season. “Sabado Free-Gante” had all the elements of a good episode, but some story lines were lacking. For a show that’s normally funnier than most, it still managed to cause a few giggles. So what didn't work?
Happy Endings is back for season three, and is kicking things off with "Cazsh Dummy Spillionaires." It's the writer's first attempt to build real plots for their zany characters. Up until now, the show's uncertain status made it impossible to give them layers. So how did their foray into new story arcs go?
If you enjoyed our September TV schedule, you're going to love October's. The networks are rolling out the big dogs with some major returns. The Walking Dead, American Horror Story, Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries and more are coming home to roost. There are also a slew of new shows eager to catch your attention. Below, we've mapped out their premiere dates, along with a few...
Former "24" star Elisha Cuthbert has left the high pressure world of Jack Bauer for new horizons. According to THR, the actress has landed a new television gig that will feature her front and center. It's for an ABC comedy entitled, "Happy Endings" that will allow her to engage in some lighter material which is a welcomed change from her past...