That honor goes to any one of many awful Netflix originals. “The Happytime Murders” is an intermittently funny Muppet farce, saved by a great comic cast with the likes of Melissa McCarthy, Maya Rudolph, Joel McHale, and Elizabeth Banks. Lead Muppet Phil Phillips is your typical regretful, chainsmoking, trenchcoat-wearing gumshoe of film noir history, so relatively boring as far as gumshoes go. McCarthy is his former partner-cum-law enforcement rival, Rudolph the doting secretary, McHale the dickish government agent, and Banks one-half of a femme fatale duet…you get the picture. Muppets and puppets are inherently funny (just watch “Team America”), and that little-known fact goes a long way in making “Happytime” a happy little time at the movies, despite what little else it has going for it. Perhaps I’m being too kind. After all, this will be my shortest review in a Muppet year. What’s a Muppet year? I don’t know either.