Happy! (2017– )
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Sax and Happy go separate ways following a destructive family reunion; Merry is under investigation by Internal Affairs; and Hailey and children are introduced to a far more terrifying prison.

Director:

Wayne Yip

Writers:

Grant Morrison (developed by), Brian Taylor (developed by) | 5 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Meloni ... Nick Sax
Ritchie Coster ... Francisco Scaramucci / Mr. Blue
Lili Mirojnick ... Det. Meredith McCarthy
Medina Senghore ... Amanda Hansen
Patrick Fischler ... Smoothie
Patton Oswalt ... Happy (voice)
Joseph D. Reitman ... Very Bad Santa
Bryce Lorenzo ... Hailey Hansen
Gus Halper ... Mikey Scaramucci
Ben Cole ... Landon
Ashlie Atkinson ... Internal Affairs Detective
Donnetta Lavinia Grays ... Internal Affairs Detective
Antonia Rey ... Assunta
Ren Colley ... Kenji
Debi Mazar ... Isabella Scaramucci
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Sax and Happy go separate ways following a destructive family reunion; Merry is under investigation by Internal Affairs; and Hailey and children are introduced to a far more terrifying prison.

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10 January 2018 (USA) See more »

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One of the Internal Affairs Detectives says to Detective McCarthy, "Missing Persons. Great band in the 80s. Not your department." When McCarthy doesn't respond, the other says "Nothing to say for yourself." McCarthy then responds "What are words for when no one listens anymore," which is a line from the 1982 song "Words" by the band Missing Persons. See more »

Quotes

Nick Sax: Can you smell that? All the Christmas spirit in the air? You could practically choke on it. But scratch the surface and there you have it, our true selves, people hiding behind their bright, colorful wrappings of bullshit, hoping that it will hide what they really are deep down inside underneath it all... Empty boxes of broken toys.
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An Ending (Ascent)
(Uncredited)
Written and Performed by Brian Eno
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