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Netflix + Chill: Happy

Ok, so an employee where I work told me to check this one out. At first, I'm staring at the screen like what in the actual hell am I watching here? I don't know why, but I couldn't stop watching. Maybe it's the crazy drunken, drug induced haze the main character navigates life in. Maybe it's the cute little blue imaginary friend flying all over the place, or maybe the fact that even in my 30s I still think it's cool to hear to cuss words on regular TV. Who knows...

So, we've got Nick Sax who is an ex-cop turned hit man with a bad heart. No a literal bad heart, he has heart attacks like crazy in the first couple episodes. Basically a kid goes missing and her imaginary friend goes in search of someone to help her. Yes, you read that right, her imaginary friend goes off to find help. What's even crazier is that he actually finds help, our main character. So, now ensues the adventure of trying to find this little girl.

The kidnapper utterly terrifies me. There's a mobster, a marriage ruining detective, a torture guy, and a whole slew of other characters that are just all over the place. But in a good way, somehow this show brings it all together nicely. I mean, you are in for a ride when you sit down to watch this show. It's filthy good.

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