ABC announced on Thursday that it was ordering more Happy Endings and its average Joe gay character played by Adam Pally.

After three outings in its second season, ABC has ordered six more episodes of the Wednesday night comedy, increasing the show's second season episode count from 13 to 19.

On the show, Pally plays Max, a non-stereotypical gay guy who is just one of the guys.

In the season 1 episode titled You've Got Male, Max organizes a protest against a big coffee chain's entry into the neighborhood – he objects to the neighborhood's gentrification, which can only lead to families – only to pull back after he realizes that he's dating the store's owner, Ian, played by Max Greenfield.

And while a kiss between Max and Ian was never broadcast, the show delivered on a possible romantic interest for its cuddlesome gay guy.

But Ian – or another romantic interest for Max – has yet to appear so far this year.

(Related: Happy Endings' Adam Pally says hearing from gay fans is touching.)