When Molly and Mike star Melissa McCarthy get her Emmy award for two weeks before, Billy Gardell was as glad as any husband can be for his companion. He plays Mike Biggs as a sweet Police to her polite professor Molly Flynn in Mike & Molly. The next season of the CBS sitcom that made its first appearance in last week to a maximum of the number-14 million viewers.
Gardell, 41, did not attend the Emmy Awards ceremonial. He was at home in Los Angeles watching on television with his wife, Patty, his son, Will, 8, and with his manager. "When Melissa won, everyone jumped out of bed, screaming as if it were the Super Bowl."
In the upcoming day, he says, cast and crew waiting for McCarthy, who pulled up the trophy for stupendous lead actress in a comedy series."I had the U.S. Today, with a picture of his victory over him and moved the celebration of it. When she walked in, everyone cheered. It's good when brilliant people succeed."
The show, which revolves around overweight Molly and Mike, which took some heat up when it premiered in the fall of 2010. Few spectators were upset by fat jokes, and a writer Marie Claire caused a scandal by saying he was "disgusted" by the idea of seeing overweight people kiss. Gardell says: "Melissa and I said when we started," We will trust each other and make people love us. "
It seems to have worked. Complaints have been off the admirers who have appear to know that the program is, yes, superior than just fat jokes. "It's about two people tiresome to keep his life together and being in worship."