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I didn’t know until all of them got picked and then they all got on the air.So when we’re the last one out of the gate we look like we copied all these shows or we tried to do what was hot that year.You can watch the first episode of on and tune in tonight for two new episodes, starting at 10 p.m. Check out a preview in which Penny is too busy to be Max’s beard when his parents are in town and Alex gets offended when he’d rather have her sister fill in than her. , stands above the others for one big reason – it’s funny as hell.All I can do is just make the show and the decision lies with ABC and, obviously, I really, really, really want them to give us a second season but at the end of the day, it’s all up to them.I am humbly hopeful but am not presumptuous at all.It’s super fun and I really would love to keep going.JH: I have to ask about Dave and Alex because their breakup started the show and their relationship still pops up a little bit and they’re trying to find level ground between the two of them. DC: I think there are fun stories to be had when you’ve got two people who were that close and that serious for so long.
JH: The cast chemistry really seemed to have gelled from the start. I knew of some of their work like I knew Casey Wilson from and was a fan of hers, I was a fan of Elisha’s but I had never met any of them.
DC: To be honest, he is based almost entirely on one of my closest friends.
As you’re aware of, that character exists in the world and there’s not just one type of gay guy, obviously.
This affects everyone in their friendship circle: Alex’s sister Jane (Eliza Coupe), Jane’s beau Max (Damon Wayans, Jr.), single gal Penny (Wilson) and Max, the straightest gay guy ever (Adam Pally).
The debut episode had Alex searching for a new roommate, but being too trusting.