'Up All Night' season finale: Turn around, bright eyes


"Up All Night" ended its first season by pulling off a pretty nice trick: "The Proposals" both called back to the show's pilot and showed how much it's grown over the course of 24 episodes.The show began as the story of two new parents trying to fit their baby into their lives, but they're not new parents anymore, and the show is more about their lives. As a result, what sometimes came off as an awkward mashup of a workplace and family comedy early in the season now feels a lot more natural. Some weeks lean more heavily one way or another, but that's OK. It comes across (and creator Emily Spivey told Zap2it as much when we spoke with her) as the show just going where the story leads, rather than trying to shoehorn one half in at the expense of the other.So while we only saw Amy at the end of "The Proposals,"...



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