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Happy!: So... We Need to Talk About That Scene — Right Now

Warning: The following contains spoilers for Wednesday’s penultimate Season 1 episode of Happy!

Although a lot went down in Happy!’s penultimate Season 1 episode, we’re here to discuss one scene 251 more words

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SyFy's "Happy" Brings The Violence...And The Laughs!

Nick Sax is an alcoholic ex-cop, turned hit-man who lives his days with drugs and cynicism. After he is shot and left for dead, he revives while in the care of paramedics and can now see a small, blue, winged unicorn named Happy.

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Chris Meloni on Channeling Bugs Bunny, Jackie Chan, Clint Eastwood, 'Three Stooges' for 'Happy!'

Versatile actor Christopher Meloni, who cut his teeth on drama series like “Oz” and “Law & Order: SVU,” has been stretching his funny bone more often lately, in broad, almost absurdist comedies like “Wet Hot American Summer” and with his new Syfy series “Happy!” In the latter, which premieres in Dec., he channels “Bugs Bunny, Jackie Chan, Clint Eastwood, a little Three Stooges.” “You put those iconic things in a bag, you shake it up, and then you half-bake it,” Meloni says. 987 more words

Features

SYFY's Happy!: Official Trailer #1

SYFY’s new show Happy! is about an ex-cop turned hitman (Chris Meloni, from True Blood and some other shows) who partners up with an invisible blue unicorn* played by Patton Oswalt to try to help some people.** Scary bad things happen along the way. 204 more words

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Movie Review: Snatched (2017)

What do you get when you pair legendary actress and comedienne Goldie Hawn (FOUL PLAY) with the somewhat popular Amy Schumer (TRAINWRECK)? You may think you get SNATCHED but what you really get is a… 666 more words

Film

THE WEEKLY // Snatched

With Mother’s Day been and gone, there’s not much left to say about Snatched. Yeah, perhaps it was a good film to take Mum to for a girly night out but now those obligations are over, is there any other point to see it? 228 more words

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Snatched

Starring: Amy Schumer, Goldie Hawn, Ike Barinholtz, Chris Meloni, Wanda Sykes, Joan Cusack, Randall Park, Tom Bateman, Al Madrigal
Directed By: Jonathan Levine
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