Chicago TV Shows Rated By Chicagoness

OUR TOWN: Four network shows—The Good Wife, Mike & Molly, Happy Endings, and Whitney—are set in the Windy City, but how authentic are they?

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A scene from 'Happy Endings'

Happy Endings

Tuesdays on ABC; season premiere date not yet released
Six 20-somethings re-create Friends magic.

MOST OBSCURE SOUVENIR: Tins of Garrett popcorn are all over Dave and Max’s place. When Max goes into “bear mode”—hibernating in the apartment during the Chicago winter, reduced to grunting and eating honey with his man-paws—Brad (Damon Wayans Jr., pictured above) uses a tin as a circus hat for a unicycle-riding Bear Max.
BEST CAMEO: Chicago Bear Lance Briggs plays himself—and Penny’s latest love interest—in an upcoming episode.
BIGGEST MISTAKE: All those parking meters lining the street.


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