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Supper awesome show deserves a %100 rating
I was pleasantly surprised by how good Season 2 was. So often really good groundbreaking shows try to tweak the formula in the next season and end up falling short. Not so with Happy! I loved the way that it doesn't take itself at all seriously, uses excellent special effects especially in the uber violent scenes and above all is a good mixture of commedy and action. I'm sure that the season finale will allow a Season 3.. but I sure hope so.
Great show, wild, silly and ultra violent
this show is awesome.... that's all I got
Already saw it twice
Definitely worth it!!!
This show is everything we need in a series. Unedited it is a masterpiece. I have always though of Christopher Meloni as one of the greatest actors of all time, but he really outdoes himself in this. A must watch for everyone!!!!
Starting to feel like this show has a one-sided hetz against religion and humanity. Nothing positive is ever shown which makes it really predictable. Anyone religious or in any way connected to children = bad, most likely a pedophile.
Still a good show, but it lacked that moment from season 1 where the regular selfish people come together and save what they believe is a drunk, homeless, bum. That moment that cuts against the regular sevage flow made the rest of the story much more interesting. Because there was a chance for someone to turn out to be an ok guy, rather than 100% of characters being shitheads.
Looks like there are some new writers on Season 2, and the brutality and gore that we loved from season one is almost gone. It's more "polished" and suddenly the majority of characters are having hallucinations, so we basically don't know "what's real and what's not"...
The storyline doesn't seem to have a primary focus and it's messy. Instead of focusing primarily on the takedown of Sonny Shine we now have to follow Happy's love affair (what??), Haileys struggles at school (which is a nice addition to this season), Amanda's hallucinations (what the f*** is this all about?), Blue/Orcus prison battles and of course Sax.
I think I know what the writers were trying to do, but they've failed on this one...
Happy, has expanded from its original source and has not disappointed, it is the perfect mix between gratuitous violence and light comedy, while also displaying social issues like split-family's and parents connecting with their kids. The story was told well and expanded the series suitably
Funny. Unique. Violent. Entertaining.