By now you’ve probably seen Guardians of the Galaxy a few times and did you wonder who that lovely woman was standing next to Glenn Close? It was Mikaela Hoover!
There’s no shortage of couples in movie history, but few of them are built to last. Here are the fictional couples that could go the distance. 1. Eric & Tami Taylor – Friday Night Lights Other couples simply can’t compare to Coach and Mrs. Coach. Sure, they have their flaws,
Find out what happened during HAPPY ENDINGS “The Ballad of Lon Sarofsky” and “Un-sabotagable” episodes.
While nothing particularly new or exciting happened during this week’s double dose of Happy Endings, there were enough laughs sprinkled among the familiar plot points to keep me happy.
After two months off the air, Happy Endings debuted in its newest Friday night timeslot with two decent enough episodes in “In the Heat of the Noche” and “The Straight Dope.” In the first episode, Brad roped in Jane, Alex and Dave to help save the kiddie gym he works at to
I must be an in odd mood because I thought that this week’s double dose of Happy Endings had some funny moments, but I didn’t think either episode was all that great. In “The Marry Prankster,” Dave was hell-bent on getting Max back for some prank he pulled involving his food truck,
The one characteristic that I appreciate the most from a comedy is self-awareness. I just think that a show’s at its best when it knows exactly what it brings to the table and is able to mock itself. “The Ex List” was the perfect example of a great show being
Last season, a scheduling snafu led to an episode of Happy Endings being left unaired in the States, and it finally got the chance to see the light of day (on this side of the pond), but it had to go up against the Golden Globes on a Sunday night. Way to
As much as I love Happy Endings, I have to admit that recapping it twice a week is going to get old fast, especially when the episodes drastically vary in terms of quality. That’s not to say that “Ordinary Extraordinary Love” was a bad outing for the show per se, but
Here is the Happy Endings episode recap for “Fowl/Play Date”. Right before the holidays, ABC broke the news that it would be replacing 666 Park Avenue with its Wednesday night comedies. While some were excited about getting two new episodes of Happy Endings a week, it was a clear sign that the network’s lost faith in
I’ll say it again. Happy Endings really knows how to pull off good-to-great holiday episodes, and thankfully “No-Ho-Ho” kept the hot streak alive. After Jane was busted with a fake I.D., she came clean and admitted that she changed her date of birth because she was originally born on December 25th and was
While I have to give “To Serb with Love” some credit for being a capable episode of comedic television, it wasn’t up to Happy Endings usual high standards and was the most sit-comy offering to date, which wouldn’t necessarily a bad thing if the majority of the jokes landed. Unfortunately, there were
After a week off, Happy Endings was back with a pretty standard yet highly funny episode in “P&P Romance Factory.” Penny was forced to wear a helmet for a month due to fact that she’s a bit of a klutz and constantly hits her head on things. While out buying some protective headwear, she
Happy Endings have proved that it can do holiday themed episodes very well, last season’s “Spooky Endings” and “St. Valentine’s Day Maxssacre” were two of the show’s best, so I had high expectations for “More Like Stanksgiving” because it could firmly cement the show’s status as a Friends for a new generation if
This time around Kristal and Marcos talk TV and turkey as they chat about the latest renewals and cancellations, the most recent episodes of Nashville and Don’t Trust The B— in Apt 23, Thanksgiving themed television, and more. Check out the breakdown to avoid any possible spoilers. Download and subscribe