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NBC's 'Marry Me' may have a delayed honeymoon
NBC's 'Marry Me' may have a delayed honeymoon

When ABC canceled the struggling comedy "Happy Endings" after its third season last year, there was a lot of high talk in certain quarters. Sure, the ratings were dismal, some argued, but the fans were dedicated, making the cancellation a Terrible Decision, indicative of broadcast networks' inhumanity toward the half-hour comedy. Now all those outraged fans have a second chance. "Marry Me," a new comedy premiering on NBC Tuesday night, is not a direct spinoff of "Happy Endings," but it might as well be. Created by the same writer (David Caspe), set in the same city (Chicago), following the same theme (love, enriched by pop culture immersion and thwarted...

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