The cast of the cult comedy series Happy Endings reunited at Vulture Fest on Sunday to discuss rumors of a fourth season and what their characters would be up to in 2016.
Creator David Caspe, who ended up marrying HE star Casey Wilson, said he wouldn’t want “to do six episodes shot on an iPhone,” but if they were able to really do it right, “then everyone would want to do it.”
Co-stars Damon Wayans Jr.and Zachary Knighton said while a standalone movie would “be cool,” they’d rather do another series. Showrunner Jonathan Groff (not the actor) hinted that Hulu, which is currently streaming Happy Endings and sponsored the reunion, might be a good home.
“If there was a streaming service that made an offer…” he joked.
Adam Pally, who played gay goofball Max, said his character would probably be taking advantage of America’s decline to his advantage.
“He’d be somewhere campaigning for Trump—He would be Trump’s business manager or something. Something big where he’s stealing.”
Knighton said he’d like his character, Dave, to become a cop. “I wanted to come back fat, buzzcut—something totally different.”
Since the show was axed by ABC in 2013, Caspe went on to produce NBC’s Marry Me, costarring Wilson and Ken Marino, which lasted only one season.
No matter what happens with Happy Endings, its legacy and—diehard fanbase—remains.
“I hope there is another chance to do this and if it’s the show this is great,” said Palley. “I would just love to be around these people more.”
Below, watch the best of Max Blum on Happy Endings.