Like Tyler the Racist Parrot being left alone with Brad and Penny, last night’s episode of Happy Endings may have signaled the beginning of the end for the show. "Fowl Play/Date" was the first episode of Happy Endings to air on a Sunday, something that ABC is doing for the next few weeks. Why is ABC airing episodes of Happy Endings on Sundays in addition to the show’s usual Tuesday timeslot? You may hear things about “maximizing new audiences” or “Revenge being a great lead-in,” but here’s what’s probably going on: ABC is killing off Happy Endings.
If a network has faith in a show, it gives that show a solid timeslot. It partners it with a solid lead-in series until the show has developed an audience that allows it to stand on its own. It respects the traditional ...Read more
Last night’s Happy Endings episode struck a personal chord with me. No, not because I’ve had trouble fitting in with a group of coworkers. And no, not because I’ve had to wear a helmet after suffering multiple concussions. "P & P Romance Factory" hit home because, like Max, I too have been the victim of handshake betrayal. What’s handshake betrayal, you ask? Let me explain.
While hanging out at Rosalita’s, the gang ran into Brody, the guy with “bro” already in his name. I’m pretty sure the last time we saw Brody was in the Season 1 episode "Barefoot Pedaler," when he showed Dave that someone had autotuned his failed wedding and put it on YouTube, making the V-Necked One a viral star. When Max went in to fistbump Brody, Brody switched gears at the last minute, putting ...Read more