Found July 05, 2013 on
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One of the premier network comedies that ended up getting cancelled this year was ABC’s “Happy Endings” and we here at TNLP will miss the show for it’s use of NBA-related jokes.
One of the head writers on the show was Jason Berger and he recently decided to tweet out a bunch of rejected/alternate jokes that didn’t make it onto the show.
Below are two of the screencaps that featured jokes using Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh and Bulls legends Michael Jordan/Scottie Pippen:
A Happy Endings writer tweeted out rejected jokes [Warming Glow]
Happy Endings cast photo courtesy of Getty Images
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