Whitney is an American sitcom that ran on NBC from September 22, 2011 to March 27, 2013. The series originally aired in the 9:30 pm /8:30 pm Thursday night timeslot. The show stars Whitney Cummings and is based on her real-life experience and her comedy routines. On September 25, 2011, the pilot of Whitney was multipurposed on various NBCUniversal networks, including Oxygen, E!, Style, and Bravo; it last aired on E!.On May 9, 2013, Whitney was canceled by NBC.
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Alex drunkenly proposes to Whitney after a bachelor party. Mark realizes he has feelings for Roxanne.
The episode was rated 8.38 from 68 votes.
After an argument over whether or not Alex uses a condescending "tone," Whitney decides she is going to catch her boyfriend in the act and enlists Mark's help. The two scheme to set up a hidden camera in the couple's apartment. Lily, Roxanne and Neal gather around the television to watch the drama unfold. Later, Alex's brother Brian crashes on the couch, and old sibling rivalries come to the surface causing the two brothers to brawl.
The episode was rated 8.35 from 78 votes.
When Whitney disagrees with Mark's theory that couples know if they want to be together within 48 hours of meeting, Alex tries to prove her wrong by recalling the night they met.
The episode was rated 8.28 from 72 votes.
In an effort to help Whitney earn some money, Roxanne hires her to be her assistant and office spy. Willing to do anything to help Roxanne, Whitney befriends Lindsay, the assistant to Roxanne's nemesis, and goes out of her way to appeal to her. Meanwhile, alone at home Alex takes it upon himself to do a little reorganizing. Elsewhere, Mark, who is dealing with a girl problem, enlists the help of Neal and Lily.
The episode was rated 8.21 from 68 votes.
Whitney and Lily have a disagreement over the wedding plans; Alex asks Neal to help him pitch his website idea; Roxanne and Mark donate blood.
The episode was rated 8.20 from 64 votes.
Whitney decides to investigate when she sees her psychiatrist eating a birthday cake by herself; Roxanne admits her feelings for Mark.
The episode was rated 8.19 from 81 votes.
Whitney is upset when Alex won't give her the password to his phone; Whitney finds Alex in an awkward position; Lily has jitters about her new living arrangement.
The episode was rated 8.16 from 73 votes.
Whitney has an unexpected reaction when confronted with a mugger; Lily tries to keep herself busy after her and Neal's wedding is called off; Mark encourages Neal to talk about his feelings.
The episode was rated 8.13 from 70 votes.
Whitney and Alex have a movie night at home, but the evening soon becomes a competition over who is most romantic. Meanwhile, an edgy Lily anticipates Neal's imminent proposal, sparking Mark's mission to prove that women are more eager to marry than men.
The episode was rated 8.11 from 74 votes.
Trying out a new shapelier bra Whitney gets more than she bargains for when she entices Alex with her enhanced look. After Roxanne calls it quits with Lance, she asks Mark to help pack up his stuff, but things become complicated when Mark decides to take advantage of the situation. Meanwhile, Lily and Neal begin discussing a pre-nup, but the conversation leaves them wondering if they should even get married.
The episode was rated 8.07 from 72 votes.
Alex lets his ex-fiancee crash on the couch without consulting Whitney first; Lily has a date at Roxanne's apartment.
The episode was rated 8.04 from 75 votes.
Whitney's mother interrupts the celebratory mood of Whitney and Alex's unofficial wedding day; Lily and Roxanne have trouble choosing a gift for Whitney.
The episode was rated 8.04 from 85 votes.
After a revelation from Chris, Whitney decides it's time to come clean about past falsehoods; Mark hires a new bartender.
The episode was rated 8.02 from 85 votes.
Whitney confronts Alex after finding a box of his ex-girlfriend's stuff in the basement; Lily tries to be a perfect roommate.
The episode was rated 8.01 from 68 votes.
When Whitney and Alex go on a double date with Roxanne, Whitney is surprised to learn that Alex had a full life before he met her. In an effort to do more things together, they decide to play a friendly game of basketball, but things go awry and a sore loser emerges shocking the gang. Meanwhile, Lily thinks that she will win Neal's mother over by embracing his Indian heritage, but she takes it to a whole other level.
The episode was rated 8.00 from 69 votes.
Whitney and Alex make a surprise visit to Neal's apartment and discover that he appears to be on a date. Whitney invites the gang to dinner so Neal can share his news with Lily.
The episode was rated 8.00 from 68 votes.
When Lily asks Whitney to be her maid of honor and plan her engagement party, the stress drives Whitney to see a therapist; Roxanne decides to take control of her future.
The episode was rated 7.97 from 79 votes.
When Alex becomes jealous of one of Whitney's co-workers, the two decide to try couples therapy; Mark and Roxanne realize they make good partners while at Lily and Neal's game night.
The episode was rated 7.96 from 68 votes.
A terrible ex-boyfriend contacts Whitney in hope of making amends; R.J. presents a theory to Roxanne.
The episode was rated 7.93 from 73 votes.
When Alex encourages Mark to recycle his beer can, Mark takes an unusually firm stance against it, causing the two to "break-up." Trying to cheer Alex up, Whitney steps in for guy's night out, only to run into Mark and his new best friend, Neal. In an effort to reunite the bro-mance, Whitney, following advice from Lily and Roxanne, arms herself with some Rocky Road and red wine and sets out to discover the real root of Mark's heartbreak.
The episode was rated 7.93 from 71 votes.
Last updated: jun 08, 2022
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