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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

'Party Down' is coming to Hulu (Updated)

Are you having fun yet? Because you will be when Party Down debuts on Hulu on Friday, August 29.

One of the great tragedies of the binge-watching era was when Starz took Rob Thomas’ show about cater waiters/struggling showbiz types off of Netflix, but fans (and those who are about to become fans) can rest easy: Hulu announced today that all episodes are coming to Hulu Plus. The first five will stream for free for a limited time. (But really, be warned: You’ll be hooked after just the first one.) Party Down only lasted two seasons on Starz, but has such a devoted cult following that a there is persistent, if not reliable, chatter about a movie.

If you’re not a convert yet, here are some reasons to watch: the coupling of a pre-Parks and Recreation Adam Scott and a pre-Masters of Sex Lizzy Caplan, plenty of guest spots from Veronica Mars cast members (Mars staples Ryan Hansen and Ken Marino are regulars), insider-y Hollywood humor, and the line about a leg “made footless by pot.

UPDATE: This post has been updated to reflect that Party Down will become available August 29. EW regrets the error.

'Burning Love' comes to E!

Ken Marino’s dating show parody Burning Love is making the jump from the Internet to TV. The web series will make its debut on E! on Monday, Feb. 25 at 10 p.m. ET. Season 1, which follows 34-year-old fireman Mark Orlando (Marino) in his search for love, will air as seven half-hour episodes. It features Kristen Bell, Adam Scott, Malin Akerman, and Michael Ian Black, with special appearances from Christine Taylor, Jennifer Aniston, and executive producer Ben Stiller.

Spoiler alert: Season 2 of Burning Love, premiering Feb. 14 on Yahoo! Screen, follows Mark’s castoff Julie Gristlewhite (June Diane Raphael) on her journey to find love with bachelors played by Scott, Jerry O’Connell, Michael Cera, Adam Brody, Colin Hanks, Joe Lo Truglio, Ryan Hansen, Rob Huebel, Paul Scheer, Nick Kroll, Nick Thune, Martin Starr, and Kumail Nanjiani.

Read more:
Check out the trailer for season 2 of Ken Marino’s ‘Bachelor’ parody ‘Burning Love’ — EXCLUSIVE
‘Burning Love': Ken Marino shows off season 2, reveals season 3 theme — EXCLUSIVE
‘Burning Love': ‘Friends’ don’t make good (rose) lovers — VIDEO
‘Burning Love': Ken Marino previews his new dating show parody — EXCLUSIVE VIDEO


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