They completely revamped the show and the plot twists and turns were entertaining. (*Come now, let’s not use adjectives that suggest raging heterosexuality, given Joss’ sexy, sapphic affair with Japanese bondage-rope afficionado Alex, or that time Karen and Vivian smoked a doobie and binge-watched ‘ Season 4 finale seems more interested in adorable babies, tear-jerking goodbyes and “Did I just partake in some Elizabeth Grey-style blackout drinking?!If your favorite is on the list, you have our condolences.If they’re not, keep your fingers crossed that they won’t soon be joining this little obituary column.Josslyn is a real estate agent who has no interest in a committed, long-term relationship.
Savannah “Savi” Davis (Alyssa Milano) is a successful career woman who’s working toward the next phase in her life — both professionally and personally.” plot twists than it does in “slap it up, flip it, rub it down“** prurience.(**Yes, we’re breaking out the best of my high-school music memories tonight… ) While you ponder future summer Mondays without the only woman to earn a Ph. in Psychology from the University of Hot Mess at Gurrrl, Please — and fret about whether Tuesday’s other cliffhangers will get resolved with a Season 5 order from our friends at ABC — let me recap the action from Episode 13, “The Show Must Go On.” RELATEDMistresses EP: Why We Killed [Spoiler] — Plus: Season 5 Theory Debunked"Mistresses EP: Why We Killed [Spoiler] — Plus: Season 5 Theory Debunked MISTRESSES IS PULLING A DALLAS ON US, RIGHT?If you don’t see what you’re looking for, try the 2008 — 2009 page or maybe you’ve gotten lucky!(FOX) The Brad Garrett – Joely Fisher sitcom survived to see four seasons thanks to a deal with Sony TV who wanted to produce enough episodes for a syndication package.Joss gives a poignant, funny eulogy — describing her friend as “a superhero without the cape…wigs, maybe, but not the cape” — and then erupts in tears, telling the folks who’ve gathered that she’s “having a hard time finding the justice in this.” I sure hope she’s looking at Lydia when she says it, too. Savi’s not there, though, but only because she’s more than eight months pregnant and in Malaysia, so a hat tip to the show’s writers for not conveniently forgetting their MIA character’s deep connection with the dearly (but hopefully not entirely) departed.This list encompasses shows that have been cancelled from June 1, 2009 through May 31, 2010.In some cases, the last episode of a show aired months before that time but the network didn’t get around to canceling it until later.| I fully expect that next June, the real Karen Kim (played by Yunjin Kim) will wake up in the middle of a magnificent orgy (research for her next memoir, of course) and we’ll realize her death was just a dream.As it stands for now, though, we’ve seen her actual funeral — attended by still smokin’ hot Jacob and Karen’s former receptionist whose name I ought to remember.Savi’s free-spirited and capricious baby sister is Josslyn Carter (Jes Macallan).She couldn’t be more different from Savi; living the single life, dating and partying, and regularly leaning on her big sister.She’s bucking for partner at the law firm where she works and is also trying to start a family with her husband, Harry (Brett Tucker).