David Caspe, creator of ABC's critically-acclaimed but canceled comedy Happy Endings, has a pilot for a multi-camera comedy to CBS, THR reports. Called Cuz-Bros, the pilot was co-created by Caspe and Community writer Erik Sommers, and it follows a cool ladies' man who runs into trouble when his gross cousin needs to stay with him. Cuz-Bros is the second comedy pilot David Caspe has sold this season after Marry Me, which he co-created with Happy Endings star and his fiancé Casey Wilson for NBC. Wilson is starring in Marry Me alongside Ken Marino.
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