'Happy Endings': Casey Wilson retires 'ah-mah-zing,' shows love for Natalie Imbruglia

This being The Year of Penny, you might expect to hear a lot of a certain pseudo-catchphrase on ABC's "Happy Endings." But you'd be wrong. After dropping one last "ah-mah-zing" during the Season 2 premiere, Casey Wilson tells Zap2it the word is no more. "I haven't done it since. It's dead," she says. "We're putting it to bed. We did a funeral and nobody showed up."So while we wait for another term to eventually find its way into the "Happy Endings" lexicon and nest in our hearts before annoying the cast, there is a pretty epic Penny moment on the horizon. Megan Mullally makes her guest appearance during the Oct. 12 episode, "Yesandwitch," as Penny's optimistic mother, Dana Hartz, who's in town to perform at a boat show -- and maybe sing a duet with her daughter. "It is literally the best episode we've ever done," says Wilson. "We got to sing and dance and...



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