'Happy Endings': 'SNL''s Bobby Moynihan As A Gym Bully

The gang on "Happy Endings" (Wed., 9:30 p.m. ET on ABC) invited a familiar face to the fun, but it wasn't a very friendly face. Bobby Moynihan has been making a name for himself as one of the newer cast-members to make people laugh on "Saturday Night Live," but this week he made an impact by being mean at the gym Dave and Max went to.

As the half hour progressed, it became clear that it wasn't only Dave he was being mean to. He took out whatever his issues were on everyone at the gym -- quite frankly, he would have had his membership revoked at any reputable establishment -- until finally Dave decided to stop being bullied and called the guy out. It was a classic fight like they were back in high school.

Both men showed up, but neither of them threw the first punch. That honor was saved for Max's other gay friend from the gym. Dave did what he does best when he arrived, which is give a meandering speech that's supposed to inspire or explain or -- quite frankly, does anyone listen to those?

In this case, though, it inspired Max's friend to stand up for himself and the slight man came out of nowhere to knock the bully out with one punch.

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