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happy ending

n. A clich├ęd conclusion in which all loose ends are tied up and all main characters are content. See also happily ever after.

Happy ending (disambiguation)

A happy ending is a type of plot conclusion.

Happy Ending or Happy Endings may also refer to:

Happy Ending (short story)

Happy Ending is a short story by Henry Kuttner that first appeared in the August 1948 issue of Thrilling Wonder Stories.

Though frequently anthologised, the story did not appear in a collection under the writer's own name until 2010, when it was included in Detour to Otherness, with 23 other stories written by Kuttner himself or in collaboration with his wife, Catherine Moore.

Happy Ending (song)

"Happy Ending" is the third single release from British singer Mika. Taken from his debut album Life in Cartoon Motion, producer Greg Wells remixed and rearranged the single, released online on 8 October 2007, and in shops on CD and 7" vinyl on 15 October 2007.

The single charted as Mika's fourth straight UK Top 10 single out of his first four, continuing his UK success so far, peaking at #7 in the UK Singles Chart. It was the fifth most added song to Australian radio in late October 2007 and was released there officially on 12 November 2007, as the 3rd single despite digital track sales placing the song in the ARIA singles chart before the official release.

On Life in Cartoon Motion, fifty seconds after the song ends, a hidden track, "Over My Shoulder" starts. It is a solemn song about being left alone, cold and drunk. This also appeared on the CD single of " Grace Kelly".

Happy Ending (Dogstar album)

Happy Ending is the second and final album by rock trio Dogstar. It was recorded at Titan Recorders, Sherman Oaks, CA.

Happy Ending (The Phoenix Foundation album)

Happy Ending is the third album by New Zealand band, The Phoenix Foundation. It was released in 2007.

Band member Richie Singleton described the album as "an attempt to capture how we play live".

"Bright Grey", "Bleaching Sun" and "40 Years" were released as singles. The music videos for "Bright Grey" and "40 Years" were directed by Taika Waititi.

Happy Ending (film)

Happy Ending is a 2014 Indian romantic comedy film directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K. The film is produced by Illuminati Films. The film stars Saif Ali Khan, Govinda and Ileana D'Cruz The theatrical trailer launched on 10 October 2014.

Happy Ending (EP)

Happy Ending is the first extended play by South Korean girl group DIA. It was released by MBK Entertainment on June 14, 2016.

The album is the group's first release since their debut album in 2015 and their first release after members Heehyun and Chaeyeon's temporary withdrawal from the group and return after joining the Mnet survival show Produce 101, during which new member Eunchae was added to the group while its former leader and main vocalist Seunghee left after her contract with the company expired.