Happy Endings 3 Seasons 2011
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1. Pilot When wedding day jitters explode into chaos for Alex and Dave, they and their circle of friends are left wondering if their tight knit group can survive the ensuing break up.
2. The Quicksand Girlfriend As Dave finds himself sucked into a serious relationship with a woman he doesn't like, Alex searches for a roommate and Penny finds a flamboyant friend.
3. Your Couples Friends & Neighbor Max and Dave discover there's a guy living in their ceiling. Penny encourages Alex to start dating again and unknowingly sets her up with the "ceiling guy". Jane pushes Brad to go on a couples date with Brad's married coworker.
4. Mein Coming Out Max's parents are in town and he's never come out to them. He enlists Jane to be his "beard" (fake girlfriend)- in the end he comes out. Penny dates Hitler.
5. Like Father, Like Gun Jane pushes Brad to say "I love you" to his dad (Damon Wayans Sr.) At the hospital, Francis misconstrues Brad's "I love you" as something wrong with him and has a heart attack that turns out only to be a panic attack. Dave and Alex become obsessed with playing with nerf guns. Penny meets a cute Italian and realizes that she can only speak Italian and understand him when she's drunk.
6. Of Mice & Jazz-Kwon Do Alex has a mouse in her apartment and asks Dave to come over and get rid of it humanely. While there, Dave falls in love with their old place. He lets the mouse go so he can spend more time there. Penny takes a Krav Maga class. Jane joins the class, is way too intense, and kicks the crap out of Penny. Max accuses Brad of being a "gay-cist".
7. Dave of the Dead Dave (Zachary Knighton) decides to quit his job and open a restaurant, only to learn that his friends think he is making a big mistake. Meanwhile, as Jane (Eliza Coupe) and Max (Adam Pally) vie over which of them would survive a zombie apocalypse, Penny (Casey Wilson) struggles to fit in with her new hipster boyfriend (guest star John Bobek) and his friends.
8. The Girl With The David Tattoo Dave (Zachary Knighton) and Alex (Elisha Cuthbert) contemplate removing the tattoos they each got after a night of drinking, until they discover how painful it will be. And while Jane (Eliza Coupe) tries to convince Max (Adam Pally) not to be so judgmental about a prospective date (guest star O-T Fagbenle), Brad (Damon Wayans, Jr.) tries to assuage his guilt after his complaints cost a waiter his job.
9. You've Got Male As Dave (Zachary Knighton) seeks his high school mentor Alan Fitzgerald's (guest star Rob Huebel) help in a big food truck competition, Brad and Jane argue for job interview strategies. And after Alex (Elisha Cuthbert) and Max (Adam Pally) organize a protest against a chain coffee shop, they have second thoughts upon learning that Max has been dating the company's handsome owner (guest star Max Greenfield).
10. Bo Fight As Alex (Elisha Cuthbert) and Dave (Zachary Knighton) struggle to move past their wedding day breakup with the support of their family and friends, Jane (Eliza Coupe) fears that her marriage to Brad (Damon Wayans, Jr.) is in danger of losing its spark. And as Dave reluctantly moves in with Max (Adam Pally), Penny grudgingly agrees to attend a cooking class with Alex.
11. Barefoot Pedaler When their favorite band is coming to Chicago, Dave (Zachary Knighton) and Alex (Elisha Cuthbert) refuse to let their recent break up stand in the way of everyone seeing them together. While Penny (Casey Wilson) is excited about reuniting with Tommy (guest star Nick Thune), a Barefoot Pedaler fiddler with whom she had a one-night stand, a YouTube video of the wedding day debacle reopens Dave's emotional wounds.
12. The Shershow Redemption When her "safety husband" Shershow (guest star T.J. Miller) is engaged to be married, Penny (Casey Wilson) looks to replace him with Max (Adam Pally). But as the gang prepares to attend Penny's chronically irresponsible friend's wedding, Jane and Brad (Eliza Coupe and Damon Wayans, Jr.) discover that because Max failed to get a minister's license prior to their own wedding, they aren't officially married.
13. Why Can't You Read Me? Alex and Jane's sibling rivalry heats up; Dave dates an attractive woman (Bre Blair) with an unusual quirk; Penny gets an assistant.
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Happy Endings Style Preview: Guys Get a Behind the Scenes glimpse into Happy Endings wardrobe department with Costume Designer Keri Smith. See how Keri uses the latest arrivals from Banana Republic to showcase each of the guys character's style.
Happy Endings Season 1 Sneak Peek Watch a Sneak Peek of ABC's new comedy Happy Endings! In this modern comedy, a couple's break-up will complicate all of their friends' lives and make everyone question their choices. Happy Endings stars Elisha Cuthbert (24) as Alex, Eliza Coupe as Jane, Zachary Knighton as Dave, Adam Pally as Max, Damon Wayans, Jr. as Brad and Casey Wilson as Penny.
|Director||Anthony Russo, Joe Russo|
|Supporting actors||Zachary Knighton, Adam Pally, Damon Wayans Jr., Casey Wilson, Travis Van Winkle, Mikaela Hoover, Ryan Sypek, Angelique Cabral, Joshua Lassman, Ashley Dulaney, Sasha Jackson, Cory Norris, Amelie Romanet, Ryan Sulak, Cameron Webb|
|Executive Producer||David Caspe|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
It's strange quirky humor keeps you giggling, it's memorable lines have you quoting it all day (ah-mah-zing), and it's numerous 80s and 90s references make you feel right at home.
This is a great show, but I only bought it because the description said it had Spanish subtitles. It doesn't.Published 10 days ago by Kayse
I bought this DVD because I missed the first season. I'm glad I did, because now this show is cancelled. It's SO FUNNY!Published 25 days ago by Blanko
I Just really enjoyed this series. it was funny and had one of the best gay guys in it, that I could identify with. Again.. ticks me off they just canceled without a finale.Published 1 month ago by billy
Great comedy show with a fun group of friends :)
The price was very reasonable and the quality of the show wonderful
Stumbled on to this series through its reruns on vh1, and I have to say I got into it right away. If you want to laugh, you have to check out this series.Published 1 month ago by Einner
Probably the most underrated sitcom of the past 10 years. Gone before its time, but not forgotten. You won't regret watching this.Published 2 months ago by Pen Name
Watching the recent rerun airings made me want to get the DVDs, and I'm not sorry I did. Maybe somewhere the characters live on...Published 3 months ago by Amy McGurk
It's a shame that this show was canceled. It's so great and really reminded me of a current times Friends. They even poke fun at that fact. I HIGHLY recommend this series. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nathan Shouse
I absolutely love this show and was so excited to get a copy for myself! It's strange quirky humor keeps you giggling, it's memorable lines have you quoting it all day... Read morePublished 4 months ago by alli