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Entering its 2nd season, Whitney is a hilarious look at modern day love, which centers around Whitney (Whitney Cummings, Chelsea Lately) and Alex (Chris D'Elia, Glory Daze), a happily unmarried couple. Together for three years, the duo is in no rush to get hitched, which seems to get a mixed response from their friends.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBawl and Chain||Whitney and Alex celebrate their unofficial wedding day and Whitney is thrilled when her mother Candi pays a visit. However, she is soon brought to tears when her mom leaves abruptly. Alex's response to the situation makes things even more awkward. Meanwhile, Lily and Roxanne try to decide on an appropriate wedding gift for Whitney but cannot agree on the perfect present.||21:19||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPoor Whitney||Alex and Whitney decide to share a joint checking account as Whitney is hard up for cash. The plan goes awry after she is less than impressed with Alex's finances and from there the penny pinching begins. Meanwhile, Mark makes a rash decision and buys a bar to the chagrin of everyone.||21:29||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSex, Lies, and Alibis||After Alex (Chris D’Elia) reveals he "faked it," Whitney (Whitney Cummings) decides they need to come clean about their past lies. Lily (Zoe Lister-Jones) reveals too much about Whitney’s former life to Alex. Meanwhile, Mark (Dan O’Brien) hires R.J., (Tone Bell), the new bartender at Low Bar, proving to be fresh meat for Roxanne (Rhea Seehorn) and Lily.||21:28||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoHello Giggles||When Alex takes an accidental dive off stage while speaking at his alma mater, Whitney's reaction is less than heartwarming. Meanwhile, R.J. tries to school Mark on the art of chivalry using Lily as an example. Roxanne, Mark's intended target doesn't initially take his bait.||21:27||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThree's Company||When Alex (Chris D'Elia) agrees to let his ex-fiancé Chloe (June Diane Raphael) crash on his couch during her stay in town without notifying Whitney (Whitney Cummings), he finds himself in trouble. Instead of consoling his current significant other, he has to cater to his ex, putting Whitney in an awkward situation. Meanwhile, Roxanne (Rhea Seehorn) lets Lily (Zoe Lister-Jones) use her apartment for some alone time with a date and ends up crashing for the night with Mark (Dan O'Brien). Tone Bell also stars.||21:29||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideo2 Broke Hearts||Til death do us heart -- While trying to uncover what has been making Alex's (Chris D’Elia) allergies flare, Whitney (Whitney Cummings) reveals a heart condition that has plagued her since childhood. Meanwhile, Lily (Zoe Lister-Jones) introduces the gang to her new beau, but they find that he tends to have a hard time getting to the point and Mark (Dan O’Brien), Roxanne (Rhea Seehorn) and R.J. (Tone Bell) find themselves rushing to finish his sentences.||21:29||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSorry!||When Whitney (Whitney Cummings) is contacted by a terrible ex-boyfriend who is looking to make amends, Alex (Chris D’Elia) warns her to stay away, but Lily (Zoe Lister-Jones) encourages her to arrange a meeting. However, when Whitney meets him she finds out that old habits die hard and Alex is forced to defend her honor. Meanwhile, R.J. (Tone Bell) reveals to Roxanne (Rhea Seehorn) that she may have a thing for Mark (Dan O'Brien).||21:19||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSpace Invaders||In an effort to have some time by himself, Alex (Chris D’Elia) lies to Whitney (Whitney Cummings) about going away for a tech seminar. However, Whitney soon uncovers the truth and makes them go to couple's counseling with Dr. Grant (John Cleese). Meanwhile, to Lily’s surprise (Zoe Lister-Jones), R.J’s (Tone Bell) eight-year-old niece takes a liking to Roxanne (Rhea Seehorn). Dan O’Brien also stars.||21:29||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSnapped||When Alex's abrasive brother comes to visit, Whitney is unable to stop herself from blurting out her true feelings about him. Meanwhile, Lily plans a secret date to the grocery store for Roxanne and Mark in hopes of bringing them closer together. Just when it seems to be a bust, Roxanne surprises everyone.||21:29||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBreaking Dad||When Whitney's father comes for a visit and gives her $5,000, she believes he has finally changed for the better. Although Alex encourages her to use the money to rent an art gallery to display her photos, Whitney instead gives the money to Lily who is desperately short on cash. Later, the money trail continues when Lily entrust Roxanne to be the keeper of the $5000 but Roxanne proves to be ill prepared for the job.||21:28||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|11||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSlow Ride||When R.J. and Alex reminisce about their former motorcycle days, Alex tries to bring the past back to life. Whitney, not as enthused, demands that Alex not get a motorcycle. Meanwhile, without Mark’s approval, Lily decides to order new beer for the bar, benefiting everyone in the end.||21:14||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|12||HDClosed CaptioningVideoLost In Transition||Girls just want to have fun. Whitney (Whitney Cummings) can't hold back her excitement at the opportunity to reconnect with her half-sister, but when the reason behind Lauren's (guest star Natasha Leggero) visit is revealed, Whitney realizes she must support her sibling's life-changing decision. Meanwhile, Alex (Chris D'Elia) and Mark (Dan O'Brien) try to cheer up a newly dumped and depressed R.J. (Tone Bell) after discovering him soaking in his bathtub.||21:29||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|13||HDClosed CaptioningVideoNesting||Trouble in paradise. Alex (Chris D'Elia) convinces Whitney (Whitney Cummings) to celebrate their honeymoon at his parent's lake house, but they are surprised to be greeted by Alex's troubled father upon arrival. Wayne (Guest star Dean Norris) reveals to Whitney that the picture perfect marriage between he and Alex's mother is not as great as everyone believes. In the meantime, Mark (Dan O'Brien), Lily (Zoe Lister-Jones) and Roxanne (Rhea Seehorn) make themselves comfortable in Alex and Whitney's apartment and discover some weird habits their friends share.||21:29||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|14||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCrazy, Stupid, Words||What starts as a little friendly competition at Low Bar ends on a sour note when Whitney (Whitney Cummings) goes one step too far by showing her backside to the group. Alex (Chris D’Elia) is angry at Whitney’s actions, but in order to show her he's not uptight, he tries to take a compromising photo of himself but is embarrassingly interrupted by Roxanne (Rhea Seehorn) and Lily (Zoe Lister-Jones). Meanwhile, Mark (Dan O’Brien) discovers R.J. (Tone Bell) is deathly afraid of spiders.||21:28||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|15||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAlex, Meet Lily||Why can't we be friends? - Whitney (Whitney Cummings) begs Alex (Chris D'Elia) to hang out with Lily (Zoe Lister-Jones) because she is in need of a male friend. Alex reluctantly agrees, but ends up thoroughly enjoying Lily's company. Meanwhile, to bring excitement back to Low Bar, Mark (Dan O'Brien) and R.J. (Tone Bell) start up a competitive game of darts. All goes well until Roxanne (Rhea Seehorn) is accidentally struck in the back with a dart.||21:30||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|16||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCake, Cake, Cake||I need a shrink. - While on a walk through the park with Alex (Chris D'Elia), Whitney (Whitney Cummings) spots her psychiatrist, Dr. Price (Guest star Chelsea Handler), ferociously eating a birthday cake by herself. Whitney sees this as a red flag and meets with Dr. Price to get to the bottom of her issues. Meanwhile, R.J. (Tone Bell) sets Mark (Dan O'Brien) up on a date, causing Roxanne (Rhea Seehorn) to admit her feelings for him.||21:30||$2.99||View In iTunes|
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Huge fan since episode 1!
This show is so different from all the other "sitcoms" out there today. The writing is SEPURB, the characters are incredibly lovable (all of them). You watch this show wishing you were friends with all the characters because they are all fun, quirky, and delightfully weird. Defidently worth every penny I have spent downloading. Will continue to watch and spend $! Don't you dare cancel this show!!
This show is great!
I've never written a review of a TV show in iTunes, but I have to state how much I love this show. I've watched it from when it first aired last year. It has gotten funnier with each episode. And now the second season has surpassed the first, which I was worried about they writers and actors could pull that off.
It's the only TV show for which I have a season pass. I can't wait to see what is in store for these characters. It's truly the anti-Friends for the new century.
Bravo Ms. Cummings! I hope it has a long and successful run.
I LOVE WHITNEY
this show is so hillarious and its one of my favorites other than elementary.