The Happy Hour TV show was a 30 minute comedy series on the FOX Network. Straight arrow Henry Beckman had it all: a great job, a perfect girlfriend and a sweet apartment. He was a big fish in the small pond of Amsterdam, Missouri. Then he let Heather talk him into moving to Chicago to work in her family business and that's where it all went wrong. In the space of one morning, Henry got dumped by Heather, learned he could no longer work for Heather's uncle, and got kicked out of their apartment. It's in this vulnerable state that he met his new roommate, a vain, flashy, loveable rogue named Larry Cone. Larry was a modern-day Dean Martin ("Dean Martin Show") who was looking for a new protegy to teach the wisdom of staying single and enjoying the good life. Larry's last roommate and best friend Brad got engaged to Tina, a cold and controlling fiance who was immune to Larry's considerable charm. Under Larry's tutelage, Henry began to rebuild his life and went to work for Larry's childhood friend Amanda, a beautiful mess who unsuccessfully tried to emulate her perfect ideal of womanhood, Kelly Ripa. The never-ending comflict was whether Henry would manage to hold onto his traditional values and remain a hopeless romantic or whether Larry would be able to "build a better Brad"?
Happy Hour Cast
John Sloan .... Henry Beckman
Happy Hour Trivia
There were three episodes of the Happy Hour TV Show that were produced but not broadcast due to early cancellation of the series. Their titles were, "Crazy Girls", "Thanksgiving", and "Christmas".
Episodes List With Original Air Dates
Happy Hour - The First and Only Season
Copyright © 1997-Present CrazyAboutTV.com