Appreciation Post: 25 Bright And Shining Chloe Moments From ‘Don’t Trust The B—- in Apt. 23’

A few months ago, after ABC canceled Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt 23, I don’t think we ever properly mourned its passing. Maybe we were too concerned over the fate of Happy Endings (also canceled, and sadly, unlikely to be picked up by the USA Network, at this point) to give it an appropriate send-off. Nevertheless, the loss of one of network television’s few remaining bright spots still stings: it was funny, it was self-referential, and it was endearing.

The good news is, the remaining episodes of the series are still available on ABC.com through June 2nd. The bad news, for fans of the cast, is that while James Van Der Beek had his new series picked up, it’s on CBS (so, don’t expect much, especially as it’s likely a mid-season replacement) and Krysten Ritter’s new series was not picked up by NBC (although, it may be retooled).

All of which is to say, Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23 is gone, but it’s not forgotten. To memorialize its passing,
let’s take a quick look back at Krysten Ritter’s 25 Brightest and Shiniest Moments, mostly in GIF form. R.I.P. Don’t Trust the B.

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