New Images from "Happy Endings" Suggests Season Three Will Be Fro-Tastic!
For sitcom completists, Tuesdays are about to become the comedy equivalent of dramas on Sunday: There's going to be a lot to choose from, and your DVR may want to slap you sideways. On October 23rd, Happy Endings and Don't Trust the B in Apt. 23 are set to return, and they are both fantastic sitcoms (more the former, but the Beek makes the latter incredibly fun, as well). In the same time slot over on Fox, New Girl and The Mindy Project are airing, and then on NBC, the increasingly likable Matthew Perry sitcom, Go On and, I can't help myself it's growing on me, New Normal, will occupy that time slot.
That's a lot of comedy. How do you choose? You don't. You watch all six. But if you have to choose, pick Happy Endings. Or New Girl. Or Happy Endings. Or ... IT'S SO HARD DON'T MAKE ME CHOOSE.
New images from season three of Happy Endings, however, may help those of you without a DVR, access to a computer, or working knowledge of the Internet choose between them. What can we surmise from them? Brad is going to annoy Jane with a puppet that will almost certainly have an awesomely annoying voice; Dave and Max will wrestle with a pinata; Penny is going to be in a full body cast; Max is going to fall in love with Penny's physical therapist; and Alex and Dave go house shopping? As a couple?
Goddamn, I love this show.
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