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'Ugly Betty' alum Ana Ortiz to appear in multiple episodes of 'Marry Me'

Things are about to get a little Ugly and Devious on Marry Me.

Ana Ortiz—the former Ugly Betty star who’s a regular on Devious Maids—has signed on to play a recurring character on the NBC romantic comedy, EW has learned exclusively. READ FULL STORY

The Halloween episode of 'Marry Me' involves zombie 'I Love Lucy'

This week on NBC’s romantic comedy Marry Me, Annie and Jake get into the Halloween spirit by transforming their apartment into a haunted house and dressing up as zombie Lucy and Ricky.

Does Jake (Ken Marino) know I Love Lucy as well as Annie (Casey Wilson) does? No. Does he even know it at all? Stop asking us questions and just watch this exclusive clip from the episode so that when someone asks you if you’ve seen the zombie Lucy and Ricky on this week’s Marry Me, you won’t have some ‘splaining to do. READ FULL STORY

Ken Marino tries to 'eye cuddle' with Casey Wilson on 'Marry Me'

Do you like to cuddle? Do you have two eyes? Are they open? Then you might be capable of achieving maximum intimacy and connection with your spouse/partner/significant other via an “open-eye cuddle.”

At least this is what Jake (Ken Marino) is trying to convey to his emotionally volatile fiancée, Annie (Casey Wilson)—who is feeling claustrophobic now that he has moved into her apartment—in the second episode of NBC’s new romantic comedy Marry Me (tonight, 9 p.m.). READ FULL STORY

'Happy Endings' creator reveals what would have happened to Penny and Dave -- and one GIGANTIC plot twist

It’s been almost a year since ABC sadly canceled its incredibly undervalued sitcom Happy Endings after its third season, and the bite still stings — especially since VH1 teased fans by airing the entire series on New Year’s Day, thereby reminding viewers just what a gem this little ensemble comedy was.

Show creator David Caspe and fiancée Casey Wilson (who starred on the series as perennially unlucky-yet-unswervingly plucky Penny) called in to EW’s TV Editors Hour on Sirius XM to talk about the dearly departed series and what they hope would have happened for the characters. Specifically, we inquired whether Penny and Dave (Zachary Knighton) would ever have gotten together, as a budding romance between the two was briefly suggested in the second season.


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