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Mike & Molly

Series Summary
Mike, a Chicago police officer, meets fourth-grade teacher Molly one day when he speaks at an Overeaters Anonymous meeting and they fall in love, thanks in part to their mutual love of pie and the desire to resist it. Both face challenges in their quest to lose weight -- Molly from her slender sister and mother and Mike at the diner where he frequently eats. But having found each other, they will support each other as they try to achieve their goals, be it weight loss or Molly's decision to quit teaching and pursue her dream as a writer.

Air Dates: 2010 - Present

Genres: Sitcom

Network: CBS

  • Season 4, Ep. 22 : Eight Is Enough May 19, 2014

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    When Molly is accepted into an elite writers workshop in Iowa, Mike asks her not to go.

  • Season 4, Ep. 21 : This Old Peggy May 12, 2014

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    After Peggy's bathtub falls through the ceiling, Mike wants Peggy to go to a doctor.

  • Season 4, Ep. 20 : Sex, Lies and Helicopters May 5, 2014

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    Molly wonders if she should tell Mike when she sees Carl coming out of Victoria's room late at night.

  • Season 4, Ep. 19 : Who's Afraid of J.C. Small? Apr 28, 2014

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    Carl and Mike arrest Molly's literary hero (Susan Sarandon) for a DUI.

  • Season 4, Ep. 18 : Mike's Manifold Destiny Apr 21, 2014

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    When Mike's car breaks down, he must decide if he should accept a loan from Carl to fix it.

critic reviews ( 3 )
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  • The show almost lost me early on with a clumsy gag when Molly's workout routine is upstaged by mom and sis eating chocolate cake right in front of her. (Who would do that?) But it gets better from there, although the whole enterprise seems like a lot of empty (for now) calories. show more

  • It's Kurtz and Mixon that really elevate Mike & Molly from most couple-centric comedies. show more

  • If you walk away from the Mike & Molly pilot and tell me that you hate it, because the only version you remember is the grating, pratfall-laden "laughing at" version, I can't say you're wrong. I can try to point you to the better parts of the pilot, like Mike's "share" to the Overeaters Anonymous group or his very different "share" to Molly's class of students, but as Chris Farley could have told you, those things don't get cheers like the "fat guy falls down" hijinks. show more

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