Happy Endings The Latest Episodes

Posted by Zotta Rendevouz

After watching the latest episodes of Pals hang-out-com Happy endings, I have to say that ... not bad. The endings starting point and Alex (24's Elisha Cuthbert) has left Dave (Fast Forward Zachary Knighton), is the altar from the first episodes presented on Wednesday night.

Now, their mutual friends - desperately Penny Singleton (Saturday Night Live, Casey Wilson), a married couple Brad (Damon Wayans, Jr.) and Jane (Scrubs' Eliza Coupe) and Max (Adam matey) - are all trying to support and Alex Dave with equal dedication. The original concept seems to be that the group finds it annoying, but by the second episode, Alex and Dave are dating other people and the subject just happens. Punch-lines a fast and furious (EU credit instructors Joe and Anthony Russo, and it's always sunny John Fortenberry of rhythm), and traded in large part on the shortcut references: Dave is not only a great number meetings, for example, is it "dating John Mayer-a-lot." They spend a lot of time drinking and not just talk about sex. (See Cougar Town for the new model of alcohol-fueled unfinished, which manages to out-ugly one drunk.)

Since the plan sitcom, the boys have proven to be highly influential. Given the success of 1994-2004, which replaced the Job-like comedy format, which has a large younger audience feel welcome. Friends Hanging Out kind - the boy-com? - Variant deliciously gross (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia) and tremendously forgettable (does anyone remember Fox 2006 Happy Hour, Reservations, after four episodes?). Examples of current service-com-fatal traffic light, the most underrated sitcom (and unfortunately, I think, now deleted) on NBC, Perfect Pairs, and the Cougar Town, you might be all comers.

The remaining tries too hard to push the slogan of pop culture. The boy is "stuck chicksand," Jane is proud of himself, which is a charmer for adults: - "MAH-zing" "I'm older than heroin" Penny is his highest compliment - as long as the stock of shows.

However, there was a mad energy to the first (and second best episode) that I found kind of flattering. And the show is trying to do something different in how he presents Max as a gay man who is so much to be sitcom-exaggerated, gay reality TV-style.

Or maybe you've found the grid show? Have you bought Elisha Cuthbert as head of comedy? Let me know below.