06/01/2012 08:45 am ET Updated Jun 01, 2012

'Best Friends Forever' Finale: NBC Comedy Coming To An End, But Can It Be Saved? Watch A Sneak Peek (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

NBC's "Best Friends Forever" made a lot of friends in a very short period of time -- even though NBC only aired the first four episodes of the freshman series before pulling the plug, fans have rallied around the quirky comedy, starting "Save BFFs" campaigns and making viral video tributes.

Thanks to that fan outcry, NBC agreed to air the show's final two episodes back-to-back (Fri., June 1, 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. ET on NBC), and if those fans have inspired enough people to give it another look, there could be hope for this little comedy yet. (Rumor has it NBC Universal cable channel USA could be interested in picking up the show for more.)

HuffPost TV has been supporting the show from the start, and would love nothing more than a happy ending for creators and stars Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham, so we're doing our part: We've got an exclusive sneak peek at the final episodes for you, featuring Jess, Lenn, Joe (Luka Jones) and scene-stealer Queenetta (Daija Owens), as well as a Beetlejuice wig and a solid crystal rock deodorant joke. (Seriously, does that stuff work on anyone?)

Watch our exclusive "Best Friends Forever" finale sneak peek here:

Tell us: Have you been petitioning for more "Best Friends Forever"? Would you like to see this show live on?

Here are the official descriptions for the last two episodes:
Episode 5: "Hey Nonny Nonny"
Jessica is forced to share her best friend helping duties when Lennon's former dance partner Ken, arrives to help Lennon plan the open house for her dance studio. Meanwhile, Joe begins to question Ken's sexuality.

Episode 6: "Fatal Blow Out"
Joe, Lennon, Jessica and Rav head to Atlantic City for a gaming convention to debut Joe's videogame. The ladies quickly realize that in order for Joe to win Fan Favorite, they will need to cater to the nerds. Meanwhile, an unexpected encounter between Jessica and Rav has them questioning their true feelings for each other.

For more on what to watch this week, click through the slideshow below:

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