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In November 2005, her one-woman sketch show The Patriots premiered at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York and won her the breakout performer award at HBO's U. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado in March 2006. She went on to appear in the short-lived MTV series Short Circuitz and on the eighth episode of the first season of Flight of the Conchords, entitled "Girlfriends", as well as an episode of Unhitched. Denise "Jo" Mahoney in Season 8 of the TV series Scrubs and the companion web series Scrubs: Interns. In March 2009, Coupe was cast as Callie in the ABC pilot, No Heroics, an adaptation of the UK series of the same name.She was a series regular in HBO's unaired 12 Miles of Bad Road and had a recurring role in Samantha Who? In 2012, Coupe played the female lead and love interest to Daniel Henney in the independent film Shanghai Calling, filmed in Shanghai, China.
Jane convinces Brad to try and befriend a more sophisticated married couple (Brett Gelman and Danielle Schneider); Max and Dave try to figure out why stuff has been disappearing from their apartment; Penny encourages Alex to start dating again after finding out that Dave has been doing the same.The first season of Happy Endings, an American television series, premiered on April 13, 2011 and concluded on August 24 of the same year.ABC officially picked up the show on May 18, 2010, where it premiered on April as a mid-season replacement, Alex suddenly leaves Dave at the altar on the day of their wedding, putting their group of friends (Brad, Jane, Penny and Max) in an awkward position of having to choose sides.is an American actress and comedian, most widely known for starring as Jane Kerkovich-Williams in the ABC comedy series Happy Endings, as Denise "Jo" Mahoney in the final two seasons of the medical comedy-drama Scrubs and her recurring role as Hannah Wyland in Quantico. Her roles included Bonnie in Anything Goes and a Mundy sister in Dancing at Lughnasa.Coupe graduated from California Institute of the Arts (Cal Arts).Max's parents (Alan Rachins and Caroline Aaron) come to visit and his friends try to convince him to finally come out to them, but he is afraid of how they will react; on a blind date, Penny meets the man of her dreams (Greg Cromer) and later discovers he happens to have a rather infamous last name.
After a health scare, Brad's uptight dad (Damon Wayans) now has a new lease on life and just wants to have fun, which Brad is having a difficult time dealing with; Penny starts to date an attractive Italian, but she can only speak his language when she's drunk; Dave and Max have fun in their apartment with nerf dart guns.
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It was later announced it would move to a new time-slot on Wednesdays at pm, as a lead-in to new series Revenge. On November 3, 2011, ABC picked up the show for a full 22-episode second season.
From cranky landlords, nosy childhood friends, Brozilians, gym bullies, sexy Halloween costumes, to racist parrots.
Check out the clips for yourself, as well as full synopses for each show, after the jump.