Ultimately, a script was written in which Applegate, Arnett and Rudolph played actors portraying the characters Reagan, Chris and Ava on a fictional show called Up All Night. Off the show-within-a-show, Arnett’s character would live at home with his mother, and Applegate’s would be dating. Rudolph’s real-life pregnancy was being written into the storyline — and included a “who’s the daddy?” twist.

What. I want to see that version.

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    This is fascinating. And would have been a trainwreck.
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    Really interesting article detailing what’s been happening behind the scenes. This was never a bad show, and its first...
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    For real.
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    What the hell, I feel cheated.
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    just let it die NBC. although I disagree that the show started to fall apart when it started to focus on ava and her...
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