New Clip from Happy Endings Shows the Wrath of Max

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Today we have a clip from this week’s all new Happy Endings that shows what happens when Max wins the lottery. Or more specifically, when he doesn’t.

In “The Marry Prankster” (yes, that should be spelled right), the gang tricks Max into thinking he’s won the lottery. He shows his true colors saying that he’s sharing with no one, but when he finds out its fake, swears revenge on the ground.

What will he do to get even? Tune in this week to find out.



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