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Happy Endings

Seasons: 3
Episodes: 57
User ratings: 32,404
Average rating: 7.7

Comedy, Romance

This Chicago-set sitcom follows the intertwined lives of six young urbanites trying to learn the ropes of adulthood. Through breakups and whatever other curve-balls life throws them, the pals stick together.

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Forget who gets to keep the ring - when a couple splits, the real question is, who gets to keep the friends? Alex and Dave's wedding was supposed to be the happiest day of their lives, for them and their long-time friends... until Alex leaves groom-to-be Dave at the altar. The breakup, in the words of one pal, is a "huge game changer" that will complicate everyone's lives and make everyone question their own choices.
User ratings: 394
Average rating: 7.4
The Quicksand Girlfriend
Dave's one-night-stand with Andrea lands him in "chicksand" as the hookup evolves into a relationship he's just not ready for yet. Jane, who thinks Alex is a terrible judge of people, can't keep herself from getting involved when her sister looks for a roommate now that Dave's moved out.
User ratings: 301
Average rating: 7.4
Your Couples Friends & Neighbors
Jane insists that she and Brad befriend a sophisticated couple, Dianne and Carl, but Brad resists the idea. Max and Dave can't figure out why food and other things are disappearing from their apartment. Alex confides to Max that Dave walks and eats in his sleep, but the truth is far stranger. Meanwhile, Alex starts dating a cute artist she just happens to meet hanging around Max and Dave's place.
User ratings: 259
Average rating: 7.5
Mein Coming Out
The gang tries to convince Max to come out to his parents when the two visit Chicago and Max has to scramble yet again to get one of the ladies to pose as his girlfriend. Meanwhile Penny meets the man of her dreams, Doug. He's good looking, funny, successful...and he's got a rather infamous last name.
User ratings: 267
Average rating: 7.9
Like Father, Like Gun
Max brings home a dart gun, which proves irresistible for Dave too. Sleezy neighbor Avi makes a tempting target, but more dangerous then anyone could imagine. Penny discovers that she remembers enough Italian from a Tuscany course to converse with hit Massiomo, but only when drunk, and fails miserably when he confides about his abusive lush father.
User ratings: 252
Average rating: 7.5
Of Mice & Jazz-Kwon-Do
Dave enjoys Max's 'hopitality', yet never unpacked properly and finds the rickety shower pure torture. When Alex begs him the hunt down a mouse in their former apartment, he seizes the opportunity to use the comfy shower and wants to stay, but as he repairs things for her, she also secretly sets the mouse free. Max doesn't enjoy being mismatched to Brad's gay colleague Franklin and calls his mate a 'gaycist', which works as a dare. Scared by neighborhood crime, Penny lets Jane lure her to Israeli martial art Krav Maga class, only to find Jane her worst nightmare, hence crosses to funny 'jazz-kwan-do', yet accepts a duel dare.
User ratings: 242
Average rating: 7.7
Dave of the Dead
A horror movie gets the gang to thinking about the coming "zombie apocalypse." Dave fears he's a little zombie-like in his complacency at his boring job, and shocks everyone when he announces he's quitting to follow his dream and open a restaurant. Max and super-competitive Jane square off on some silly challenges to see who could survive if the zombies took over. Meanwhile, Penny dates a hipster named Toby and finds it exhausting to keep up with his too cool friends.
User ratings: 233
Average rating: 7.8
The Girl with the David Tattoo
Alex and Dave are forced to confront memories of their relationship when they consider removing their his-and-hers tattoos. Jane pushes Max to go out with a guy who seems a perfect match but Max resists. Brad has to deal with the consequences when he gets a waiter fired.
User ratings: 229
Average rating: 7.6
You've Got Male
Max volunteers to lead a brutal protest campaign against coffee-shop chain Nicks moving into Chicagi before he finds out the branch manager, Ian, is his sexy first real date. Dave's teen age hero teacher Alan Fitzgerald turns up and promises to help him win a fast food competition with his Thai salad recipe, but dates Penny, who realizes Alan is a phony parasite.
User ratings: 223
Average rating: 7.6
Bo Fight
As Alex (Elisha Cuthbert) and Dave (Zachary Knighton) struggle to move past their wedding day breakup with the support of their family and friends, Jane (Eliza Coupe) fears that her marriage to Brad (Damon Wayans, Jr.) is in danger of losing its spark. And as Dave reluctantly moves in with Max (Adam Pally), Penny grudgingly agrees to attend a cooking class with Alex.
User ratings: 229
Average rating: 7.6
Barefoot Pedaler
When Dave and Alex discover the gang goes to absurd lengths to avoid bringing them together, like double breakfasts, they insist to reunite the six. Finding out they were both misled to miss out on teenage favorite band Barefoot Pedaler, they decide to go as a non-couple, and soon bump into the quartet. Penny insists to 'meet up' with band guitarist Tommy, but the security guard/bounder doesn't believe alleged exes. Dave's former friend Brody Daniels rubs in the altar abandonment wounds by YouTub, Alex finally realizes the extent of her guilt for Dav'es wrecked life. Max slips in to lecture the band, but the overzealous guard uses the taser, later also on Dave just when Alex publicly surprises everyone. .
User ratings: 212
Average rating: 7.6
The Shershow Redemption
Being invited to the wedding of old friend Shershow creates unexpected consequences and feelings among the group. Brad and Jane discover unsettling news about their marital status; Alex agrees to act as Dave's wingman at the wedding; Penny pretends to be engaged to Derrick; Shershow's fiancé thinks that Alex is a "wedding jinx".
User ratings: 232
Average rating: 7.9
Why Can't You Read Me?
Alex and Jane's sibling rivalry heats up; Dave dates an attractive woman (Bre Blair) with an unusual quirk; Penny gets an assistant.
User ratings: 210
Average rating: 7.7
Blax, Snake, Home
Penny buys her first home, an "amah-zing" condo complete with a wine fridge and Italian marble. But will the new digs really signal "the year of Penny" and turn her life around? And, on the year anniversary of their almost-marriage, Jane encourages Alex and Dave to finally be honest with each other -- not the best of ideas.
User ratings: 223
Average rating: 7.8
Baby Steps
Alex's cute line of slogan t-shirts for babies ("Put Me to Bed") become inappropriately popular with teen girls, who make her store their newest hangout. They're also in awe of Alex and Penny. Meanwhile, Jane channels her inner mom as she goes in search of her "egg daughter," the now 11-year-old girl she thinks is the result of the egg she donated in college.
User ratings: 211
Average rating: 7.9
Penny's perpetually optimistic mom, Dana, is in town for a singing gig at a boat show. Her enthusiasm inspires the gang, but when Penny finds out she's hiding some less-than-happy news, she decides it's time to give mom a reality check.
User ratings: 205
Average rating: 7.5
Secrets and Limos
Jane convinces the gang to make vision boards so they can visualize their way to their dreams, only the universe isn't exactly listening; Brad has a difficult time relating to humorless boss Mr. Forristal until the guy, a car buff, flips for Max's limo; and Dave is reluctant to introduce his new girlfriend to everyone.
User ratings: 203
Average rating: 7.5
Spooky Endings
Jane and Brad spend a scary Halloween house sitting for friends in the suburbs, while the rest of the gang heads to a warehouse party, where their respective costumes don't quite have the effect they anticipated, especially for Alex and Dave.
User ratings: 216
Average rating: 8.2
Lying Around
When Brad hears that Jane's old sorority sister is coming for a visit, he lies and says he has a work retreat out of town, but he's actually on "staycation" in a fancy hotel in the city; Alex meets a new guy, Liam, but his dates are over-the-top; and Max and Dave make a commercial to promote the "Steak Me Home Tonight" food truck.
User ratings: 191
Average rating: 7.6
The Code War
Angie, Max's high school girlfriend whom he dated before he figured out he was gay, moves back to town, and her arrival affects everyone: Penny is jealous of her (and then goes overboard befriending her); Alex develops her odd crush on Max; but the strangest reaction of all is from Max, who declares a "code war" when Dave and Angie date. Meanwhile, when Jane finds out Brad has a "work wife," she decides to get herself a "work husband" and sets her sights on the slightly unhinged head of Human Resources.
User ratings: 212
Average rating: 8.0
Full Court Dress
Max dreaded babysitting is brother's pre-teen kids, but when Penny volunteers to help, her pink nonsense proves too sissy even for the girl, while especially Django just adores uncle Max, who remains his lazy-macho self. When Dave and Brad invite their friendly delivery man to the local friendly basketball, Drew proves a crazy self-absorbed alpha male, who intrudes their lives and apartment, dragging them along with lies and blackmail. Howvere he gets himself killed in an accident, leaving relatives nor friends at the mail, to the mates are asked to preside at the funeral.
User ratings: 188
Average rating: 7.2
Grinches Be Crazy
Max, desperate for cash, agrees to dress up as Santa for Penny's charity event; Jane accidentally gives housekeeper Gita the envelope stuffed with money for their big Xmas getaway to Turks & Caicos, instead of the $200 Christmas tip she had planned -- and she schemes to get the cash back.
User ratings: 183
Average rating: 7.5
The Shrink, the Dare, Her Date and Her Brother
Dave has an odd reaction when his shrink starts dating Penny. Meanwhile, Jane and Max fight over ownership of a sweater and end up in another one of their strange competitions; whoever is "less vain" gets to keep the sweater, and the challenge is to see who can wear a horribly unflattering outfit the longest. And Jane urges Brad and Alex to try and "bond," but it's awkward -- until they discover their mutual love of romantic comedies.
User ratings: 191
Average rating: 7.7
Meat the Parrots
Dave's father, "Big" Dave, comes to town to introduce his new girlfriend, who shockingly happens to be Penny's mother, Dana. Penny couldn't be more thrilled that her thrice divorced mother has a new man in her life, but Dave on the other hand reacts childishly to the news. Meanwhile Alex, who is feeling lonely at the shop, decides to adopt an adorable parrot that turns out to be not so charming, spewing nonstop racist and homophobic rhetoric. And Alex enlists Brad and Max's help, as she is convinced the Chinese restaurant next door is a front for a brothel.
User ratings: 190
Average rating: 7.6
Makin' Changes!
Jane convinces Penny to stop changing herself for every guy she dates, and instead to change the guy to suit her needs. Penny's first experiment is Jeff, a slacker who is 30 going on 20. Meanwhile, when Brad overhears Jane bragging to Penny about how she completely made him over after they met, he rebels, and starts walking, talking and dressing like his college-era self. And Alex and Max stage an "in-T-vention" to stop Dave from his obsession with v-necked T-shirts.
User ratings: 196
Average rating: 7.8
The St. Valentine's Day Maxssacre
For Valentine's Day, Brad tries to surprise Jane, who doesn't respond well to surprises. Penny begins the process of breaking up with her boyfriend, 'respecting the break-up window'. Max solicits his friends for Valentine's Day limo packages. Dave misinterprets his girlfriend's intentions. Alex tries to find love at a party. Brad gets his first cavity.
User ratings: 218
Average rating: 8.3
Everybody Loves Grant
When the whole gang, with the exception of Dave, falls in love with Grant, Max wonders if he really is good enough to date the "perfect" guy. Meanwhile, Dave sets out to prove he's way cooler than Max's new boyfriend.
User ratings: 184
Average rating: 7.8
The Butterfly Effect Effect
Some people wait for the groundhog to signal the end of winter. Instead, the friends wait for Brad and Jane's annual "spring smackdown," their yearly blowout of a domestic squabble, to let them know when Max will come out of hibernation and when winter will end.
User ratings: 195
Average rating: 8.0
Cocktails & Dreams
Once Dave gets a liquor license for the "Steak Me Home Tonight" truck, it suddenly becomes the next big trendy place in Chicago. He thinks his friends are avoiding him because they're jealous of his newfound fame, but there's another reason: His signature drink is giving almost everyone sex dreams - about Dave -- Everyone except Alex, who is on an alcohol-free fast.
User ratings: 212
Average rating: 8.1
The Kerkovich Way
A panicked Alex enlists Jane's help in convincing Dave that something he's certain happened never did, but will they succeed? Meanwhile, Penny and Max are determined to finally beat an annoyingly perfect couple in the annual Rosalita's Run and Scavenger Hunt.
User ratings: 188
Average rating: 8.2
Party of Six
The gang is determined to end the apparent curse on Penny's birthday dinners, so this year should go perfectly. They have a hard time picking a restaurant, not in the least while several if them are banned from one or more, but hungry Max pushes them to decide. Alas, the reasons for trouble keep propping up again, like an ex, abused staff and Brad and Jane's fetish for sex where they can get caught and invariably do.
User ratings: 186
Average rating: 8.0
You Snooze, You Bruise
Dave finds himself bullied at the gym by Corey, and former bully Alex coaches him on how to fight back. Meanwhile, the residents at Brad and Jane's condo are fed up with Jane being too controlling as president of their home owners' association, and rise up to challenge her for the job. But when Penny tells Jane to "sleep on it" before she does anything rash, her advice results in an all-new, suddenly chill Jane.
User ratings: 180
Average rating: 7.8
Big White Lies
Max and Dave are determined finally to get their meddling, unsavory landlord Darren to repair their oven, although he neither responds to Dave's polite charms nor even believes atypical Max to be actually gay, but they show him. Showoffs Brad and Alex drag the non-amused gang into elaborate lies to pose as lake house owners, sanctimonious coward Penny to chase annoying childhood 'friend' Daphne Wilson.
User ratings: 202
Average rating: 8.3
Four Weddings and a Funeral (Minus Three Weddings and One Funeral)
Max's gay friends Derrick and Eric invite the gang at their wedding, except tall Jane, who doesn't fit the carefully planned arrangement by height, but gets a shot when another guest suspiciously-conveniently falls ill, after a charade of attempts to hide money problems on Brad and Eric's part for their partners. Max is depressed that his former gay Madonna cover band mates are to perform and look still attractively boyish, but gets crucial moral and dressing help. Penny finally escapes the kids table, only to find herself on Skype duty for guests who can't attend, yet that sort of works put for her.
User ratings: 208
Average rating: 8.2
Cazsh Dummy Spillionaires
Alex and Dave try to downplay their relationship by setting each other up on dates with other people. Brad hides his new job from Jane, and Max takes care of Penny while she's in a body cast.
User ratings: 188
Average rating: 7.5
Sabado Free-Gante
Alex and Dave can't commit to a new apartment. Jane insists on accompanying Penny when she buys a new car. Max shows Brad how to get free stuff in Chicago.
User ratings: 180
Average rating: 7.8
Boys II Menorah
Max becomes a popular emcee on the Bar Mitzvah circuit, and he asks Brad to help him out. Alex and Dave vow not to take their renewed relationship for granted.
User ratings: 171
Average rating: 7.4
More Like Stanksgiving
When the gang celebrates Thanksgiving at Alex and Dave's new apartment, Max brings along a tape of Brad and him on "The Real World," and everyone recalls how they met ten years ago.
User ratings: 171
Average rating: 7.9
P&P Romance Factory
Jane asks Brad for help when she hits a glass ceiling at the auto dealership. Penny has to wear a helmet following her concussion, and Dave and Max have fist-bump problems.
User ratings: 153
Average rating: 7.6
To Serb with Love
Penny's new relationship forces Max to look for a new BFF. Alex hasn't told her parents she's back with Dave, and Jane wants to think of a funny toast to make her grumpy father laugh.
User ratings: 150
Average rating: 7.6
When the gang finds out Jane lied about being born on Christmas Day and never got her own celebration, they throw a Christmas-free birthday party for her.
User ratings: 168
Average rating: 7.9
Fowl Play/Date
Brad and Penny create one disaster after another when they accidentally break a childhood memento of Alex's. Jane and Dave go overboard to find someone for Max.
User ratings: 156
Average rating: 7.5
Ordinary Extraordinary Love
Penny enacts an all-out publicity bonanza when a pop star shops at Alex's store. Brad and Dave try to make some home repairs, and Max needs to get out on the town.
User ratings: 151
Average rating: 7.5
KickBall 2: The Kickening
Despite their abysmal previous result, blamed on Dave freezes since he once accidentally kicked a ball straight in her face, foppish Penny entered the gang for another Kickball match in a Chicago small firms-sponsored league, hoping it's a good hunting ground for sportive dates, so fashion primes on proper gear. Self-declared coach Max's dictatorial methods seem to work as the qualify for for the final, but Jane has defected to the opposition she considers the Obvious winner, so Max decides to put team over friend loyalty and benches Dave. Both teams are in for major surprises, starting with Dave having to fall in for the gang's team as another player is injured.
User ratings: 168
Average rating: 7.5
The Ex Factor
Brad and Jane catch up with their exes, while Dave and Alex help Max find his awesome new roommate. Meanwhile, Penny tries to hang with Pete's friends, but tries to convince Pete that her friends are more fun.
User ratings: 146
Average rating: 7.7
The Marry Prankster
Max's (Adam Pally) vow to play a series of vengeful pranks on his friends threatens to derail a big surprise planned by Penny's (Casey Wilson) boyfriend, Pete (guest star Nick Zano). Meanwhile, Jane (Eliza Coupe) worries when Brad (Damon Wayans, Jr.) takes a new job at a kids' gym.
User ratings: 223
Average rating: 9.0
Our Best Friend's Wedding
When Jane (Eliza Coupe) wants to plan the wedding of Penny's (Casey Wilson) dreams, Pete (guest star Nick Zano) admits that he'd rather elope.
User ratings: 146
Average rating: 7.7
In the Heat of the Noche
With the future of his new job in jeopardy, Brad enlists his friends to help save the failing kids' gym. Max's concerns over his endless texting lead him and Penny into addiction to a powerful - and illegal - cough syrup.
User ratings: 139
Average rating: 7.9
The Straight Dope
In order to get good basketball tickets, Max avoids telling a woman who's interested in him that he's gay. Alex's efforts to be smarter pose a threat to Dave and Jane.
User ratings: 132
Average rating: 7.8
The Incident
A hairstylist's gossip revives a dormant family feud between Alex and Jane. As Dave looks for a new recipe to jumpstart his flagging sandwich business, his food truck is stolen.
User ratings: 137
Average rating: 7.3
Bros Before Bros
As Dave squares off against a competitor's food truck, Max falls in love with the rival's son. Jane and Alex disagree over inviting Penny's father to her wedding.
User ratings: 138
Average rating: 7.4
She Got Game Night
To prove how well she and her fiancé Pete know each other, Penny (Casey Wilson) challenges her friends to a couples' game night. A job offer at a brick and mortar restaurant leads Dave (Zachary Knighton) to seek a psychic's advice.
User ratings: 136
Average rating: 7.9
The Storm Before the Calm
A play Penny (Casey Wilson) has written following her failed engagement has everyone worried that she may not be over it. Brad (Adam Pally) and Alex (Elisha Cuthbert) sign on as tastemakers for a guerilla marketing firm, and then seek to cut Jane (Eliza Coupe) out of the action.
User ratings: 125
Average rating: 7.2
The Ballad of Lon Sarofsky
A plan to get Penny (Casey Wilson) a date backfires, landing her in a relationship with Jane's (Eliza Coupe) boorish boss (guest star Robb Corddry). Dave (Zachary Knighton) and Alex (Elisha Cuthbert) vie over how to help Max (Adam Pally) win the Mr. Super Gay Chicago pageant.
User ratings: 134
Average rating: 6.9
Max bumps into his vindictive ex-roommate, once cool and glorious Chase, who promises to wreck his life in turn, then says Max's is too pitiful already. Max hires Jane to help him build up his life instead, but when luck seems to follow believes it's a trick from Chase and orders Jane instead to render his life too pitifully to wreck. Dave challenges whimsical Alex to finally cash i her collected coupons, but when its seems he'll loose the bet and have to dive with dolphins, commandeers Penny to help sabotage Alex.
User ratings: 128
Average rating: 7.5
Deuce Babylove 2: Electric Babydeuce
Dave's father Big Dave and Penny's ma not only announce being couple but shock them by the intent to share the joy of parenting again, together, by adopting a baby. Unwilling to loose their 'baby' status, the adult kids plan to wreck this intent by making them share the horror of babysitting and stage a fake casting so they can select a troublesome boy, only to be nearly charged as kidnappers, yet make their point. Max sees trough Brad and Jane's excuses to hide they're applying to a country club as network opportunity, so Max applies too with Alex. The couples duel on center court, but get far too grossly competitive.
User ratings: 126
Average rating: 7.3
Brothas & Sisters
Alex (Elisha Cuthbert) and Dave's (Zachery Knighton) efforts to keep their breakup under wraps threaten Jane's (Eliza Coupe) plans for the wedding of their domineering older sister (guest star Stephanie March).
User ratings: 143
Average rating: 7.8
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