Critic Consensus: Marry Me's premise may be simple, but the talents of stars Casey Wilson and Ken Marino -- and a top-notch supporting cast -- push it past other rom-coms.
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While [Casey] Wilson and [Ken] Marino are more than game enough to carry a series on their own, [creator David] Caspe has smartly stacked the deck with strong supporting players.
From the creator of the late, lamented Happy Endings and his new bride - and former Happy Endings star - [Casey] Wilson, Marry Me has a similar rapid-fire, pop culture-infused pizzazz.
Marry Me is much more focused on its problematic core couple, but it's got a deep bench of supporting talent.
I tend to gravitate toward it because it has both good jokes and lots of jokes, because I love the cast, and because I've followed Caspe into Weirdsville before and never, ever been sorry.
There's no mystery that Annie and Jake are meant to be with each other. They're going to get married. The series will just need to draw that inevitability out as long as it can with a whole lot of, well, comedy.
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