Happy Endings

Series Summary
For years, perfect couple Dave and Alex were the core of their group of friends, holding them all together. But when Alex leaves Dave at the altar, the gang must figure out how to deal with the fallout and split their time. Luckily, Alex and Dave realize what they all have together is worth saving. The exes decide that, just because their relationship has changed, it doesn't mean they need to lose each other completely, and as they all adjust to their new reality, they have their friends there to help get them through.

Air Dates: 2011 - Present

Genres: Sitcom

Network: ABC

  • Season 3, Ep. 23 : Brothas and SistersMay 3, 2013

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    Jane is tasked with planning the perfect wedding for her older sister, Brooke (Stephanie March); Dave and Alex hide a big secret.

  • Season 3, Ep. 22 : Deuce Babylove 2: Electric BabydeuceMay 3, 2013

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    When Penny's mom and Dave's dad decide to adopt a baby together, Dave and Penny react irrationally; Brad and Jane join an exclusive tennis club in hope of gaining some time to themselves.

  • Season 3, Ep. 21 : Un-sabotagableApr 26, 2013

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    Max asks Jane to help him get his act together so he can prove that his life is not pathetic; Alex tries to use a stockpile of coupons.

  • Season 3, Ep. 20 : The Ballad of Lon SarofskyApr 26, 2013

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    Penny's friends are shocked when she has an affair with the Car Czar (Rob Corddry); Max enters a pageant with Dave and Alex as his coaches.

  • Season 3, Ep. 19 : The Storm Before the CalmApr 12, 2013

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    Penny writes a play as a way to deal with her breakup with Pete and wants Derrick and his theater group to stage it; Alex and Max get an offer from a marketing group.

ratings & reviews

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  • The show is no better or worse than "Perfect Couples," "Mad Love" or "Traffic Light." Which is to say it's populated with likable actors and rarely out-and-out bad, but it's also never much more than mildly amusing. Show More

  • Happy Endings is really no better than any of those other comedies ['Better With You,' 'Traffic Light' and 'Perfect Couples,'], which is to say, it's pretty weak. Show More

  • It's all too frantic, too full of obnoxious people contorting themselves into stupid lies in the service of jokes that never quite land. Show More

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