Looks like Casey Wilson has found her real-life happy ending.
The actress got engaged earlier this month to David Caspe, her boyfriend of two years and the creator of her now-defunct sitcom Happy Endings, Us Weekly reports.
The grumbling you've been hearing for the past two months has been the unhappy Happy Endings fans who have been waiting for the comedy's return to ABC's schedule. Yes, it's now on Fridays at 8/7c and yes, like a Xela dress, a move like that can turn a good girl bad. But according to executive producers David Caspe and Jonathan Groff, the show is coming back with a bunch of new episodes that are worth the wait. So spread the word, set your DVR, and tell your friends. Because it would totally sooook to lose this one now.
The Kerkovich way is about to get a lot more twisted tonight when Christopher McDonald and Julie Hagerty pay a visit to Happy Endings as Alex and Jane's parents. The episode illuminates...
Happy Endings may have ended Season 2 with Dave (Zachary Knighton) having shared a moment with longtime pal Penny (Casey Wilson) and ex-fiancée Alex (Elisha Cuthbert), but there will be nothing ambiguous about any other their statuses when Season 3 premieres Tuesday (9/8c, ABC).
"We never saw Dave and Alex as a couple since the show obviously [started with her leaving him at the altar], so we really like the idea of exploring that relationship now," executive producer Josh Bycel tells TVGuide.com. "We kind of stumbled upon it, but it was actually better that we were able to have a season and a half to help create real, distinct characters for Dave and Alex, so it ... makes them a [more fun] couple together."
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"Jane's ex is a pleasant surprise at first. Then I don't like it. Then I love it. But then I hate it. At the end of the day, I'm like, damn."
That is how Damon Wayans Jr. says his Happy Endings character reacts to Jane's (Eliza Coupe) ex coming to town. If you're wondering why he has such mixed feelings, it's because Jane's ex from college is — wait for it — a woman! Who's playing her?