For the no longer nascent group of people who take sitcoms very seriously, declaring the moment’s best is an incessant burden. This is partly what makes Happy Endings so frustrating – it’s super hilarious but doesn’t feel like the best. As a wildly funny show without perspective, it doesn’t feel like anything. It’s the proprietor of television’s most enjoyable thirty minutes but is that enough? Can a show be television’s best sitcom without having a point-of-view?