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Whitney 2 Seasons 2013

Season 2
4.7 out of 5 stars (23) IMDb 5.5/10

Entering its 2nd season, "Whitney" is a hilarious look at modern day love, which centers around Whitney and Alex, a happily unmarried couple. Together for three years, the duo is in no rush to get hitched, which seems to get a mixed response from their friends.

Starring:
Whitney Cummings, Chris D'Elia
Original air date:
March 27, 2013

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Season 2

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1. Bawl and Chain

It's my party, I'll cry if I want to.

CC TV-PG November 14, 2012 21 minutes
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2. Poor Whitney

No money, more problems.

CC TV-PG November 21, 2012 22 minutes
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3. Sex, Lies, and Alibis

After Alex (Chris D'Elia) reveals he "faked it," Whitney (Whitney Cummings) decides they need to come clean about their past lies.

CC TV-14 December 5, 2012 22 minutes
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4. Hello Giggles

I've fallen and I can't get up.

CC TV-PG December 12, 2012 22 minutes
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5. Three's Company

When Alex (Chris D'Elia) agrees to let his ex-fiancé Chloe (June Diane Raphael) crash on his couch during her stay in town without notifying Whitney (Whitney Cummings), he finds himself in trouble.

CC TV-PG January 2, 2013 22 minutes
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6. 2 Broke Hearts

While trying to uncover what has been making Alex's (Chris D'Elia) allergies flare, Whitney (Whitney Cummings) reveals a heart condition that has plagued her since childhood. Meanwhile, Lily (Zoe Lister-Jones) introduces the gang to her new beau, but they find that he tends to have a hard time getting to the point and Mark (Dan O'Brien), Roxanne (Rhea Seehorn) and R.J. (Tone Bell) find themselves rushing to finish his sentences.

CC TV-14 January 9, 2013 22 minutes
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7. Sorry!

Ex Marks the Spot -- When Whitney (Whitney Cummings) is contacted by a terrible ex-boyfriend who is looking to make amends, Alex (Chris D'Elia) warns her to stay away, but Lily (Zoe Lister-Jones) encourages her to arrange a meeting.

CC TV-14 January 30, 2013 22 minutes
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8. Space Invaders

We need space -- John Cleese guest stars.

CC TV-14 February 6, 2013 22 minutes
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9. Snapped

Walking on eggshells.

CC TV-14 February 13, 2013 22 minutes
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10. Breaking Dad

Father doesn't know best.

CC TV-14 February 20, 2013 21 minutes
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11. Slow Ride

The need for speed.

CC TV-14 February 27, 2013 22 minutes
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12. Lost In Transition

Girls just want to have fun. Whitney (Whitney Cummings) can't hold back her excitement at the opportunity to reconnect with her half-sister, but when the reason behind Lauren's (guest star Natasha Leggero) visit is revealed.

CC TV-14 March 6, 2013 21 minutes
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13. Nesting

Trouble in paradise. Alex (Chris D'Elia) convinces Whitney (Whitney Cummings) to celebrate their honeymoon at his parent's lake house, but they are surprised to be greeted by Alex's troubled father upon arrival.

CC TV-PG March 13, 2013 22 minutes
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14. Crazy, Stupid, Words

It's a full moon -- What starts as a little friendly competition at Low Bar ends on a sour note when Whitney (Whitney Cummings) goes one step too far by showing her backside to the group.

CC TV-14 March 20, 2013 22 minutes
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15. Alex, Meet Lily

Why can't we be friends? - Whitney (Whitney Cummings) begs Alex (Chris D'Elia) to hang out with Lily (Zoe Lister-Jones) because she is in need of a male friend.

CC TV-14 March 27, 2013 22 minutes
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16. Cake, Cake, Cake

I need a shrink. - While on a walk through the park with Alex (Chris D'Elia), Whitney (Whitney Cummings) spots her psychiatrist, Dr. Price (Guest star Chelsea Handler), ferociously eating a birthday cake by herself.

CC TV-14 March 27, 2013 22 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Starring Whitney Cummings, Chris D'Elia
Season year 2013
Network NBC
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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**Mild Spoilers ahead**

First of all, I'm a big sitcom junkie and I truly enjoyed season 1 of Whitney. It was never close to being up there with the greats, but it had an unorthodox, modern story style, good performances, and a lot of big laughs. It culminated in Whitney and Alex pretend-marrying each other, which was the perfect conclusion to what had been an interesting season of unorthodox romance.

Now that the show has been cancelled, I figured it was time to warn people about the buzzkill of season 2.
I'm not sure if it was the change in showrunners or the mostly different writing staff, but while the tone of the show remained, its quality and level of humor dropped considerably.

Whitney Cummings and Chris D'Elia were perfect for the parts they played, but those parts soon became ones of odd desperation as they dealt with all the weird revelations the writers threw at them.
After Whitney's mom comes along in season 2's first episode to pop the balloon of their fake-marriage high, we were soon informed in more early episodes that--

Oh yeah, Whitney has a heart condition that Alex never knew about. (Come out of left field much??)

And oops, Whitney was actually engaged to someone else besides Alex in the first season. ?????????

And oh yeah, Whitney has a half-sister, a character who seemed to be created out of thin air just so the show could make a not-so-subtle plea for understanding transgender choices.

The supporting cast had all the life drained out of their characters while they went through the motions of awkward scenes designed to give them something to do to fill out the episodes.
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Whitney still has it, just not as much as she had it last year. The show was fantastic and funny last year but this year it's kinda dragging, but is still good. I would recommend watching it if you have some spare time and want a little entertainment. I like how the show discusses the sticky situations couples get into and that is fun to watch those situations play out but it could use some more gusto for the funny spins on these problems they experience. Again, I still like it but I don't love it.
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WHITNEY IS THE BEST, ALEX IS GREAT! ALL THE ACTORS ARE GOOD. I LOVE THIS SHOW. IT IS REAL LIFE, WHIT IS GENUINE & TALENTED. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK & DONT LISTEN TO NEG FROM OTHERS,YOU MADE ON TV!! REMEMBER THAT, THEIR NOT!! YOU MADE IT FOR A REASON BECAUSE YOU ARE IT! THIS SHOW WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY HEART. LOVE YOU GUYS!!!
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I loved this show and it was sad that NBC let the show go because it seemed to me that it could have at least had five seasons. season two to me was good like the first season and the only down side is that it was shortened to 16 episodes but still very enjoyable.
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Whitney is hilarious and I can watch this show at any time and laugh my behind off! I missed a few episodes because I did not know they put it back on the air, thank goodness for this site!
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It always makes me laugh and laughter is the best medicine! I also like that each show is somewhat independant so I can watch them in any order and not be lost.
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This is such a different type of sitcom. The situations are right on, which makes it fall down funny and Alex does the best drunk I've seen..So refreshing!
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So far with this season has been a complete let down especially after season 1. A complete sophomore slump. I will continue to watch it and hopefully it will get better.

The jokes are predictable and not funny. Whitney's acting isn't too good and she is coming off more needy than in the first season, maybe because of the whole "marriage" thing. She should be called Whiney instead.

Other characters:
*Roxanne and Lilly are boring.
*Neil is nonexistent this season.
*Mark is okay so far but he has barely any lines.
*Alex is on point with all the jokes and is the best part of the show in each episode. Maybe the writers give him the better lines and he actually tries with the show. He is the reason why I gave it the other star.

Hopefully, I will get to update this and give this a higher star rating as the season goes on but so far, eh.
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