Call Me Kat

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Season 2 episodes (18)

1 Call Me Kerfuffled
When a celebrity charity golf tournament comes to Louisville, it brings the cast of Blossom together for a long-awaited reunion. Meanwhile, Kat (Mayim Bialik) struggles with a romantic crisis and Randi (Kyla Pratt) and Phil (Leslie Jordan) get help in the cafe from a customer. Joey Lawrence, Jenna von Oy & Michael Stoyanov guest star.
2 Call Me By My Middle Name
Kat struggles to find the perfect way to celebrate her anniversary. Meanwhile, Randi and Carter continue to navigate their new relationship.
3 Call Me A Sporty Giant
While staying in Kat’s apartment, Randi starts to feel overwhelmed by Kat’s quirks. Meanwhile, Max and Carter try to teach Phil how to ride a bike.
4 Call Me Forty
Oscar attempts multiple surprises to celebrate Kat’s 40th birthday, including meeting his mother. Meanwhile, Max tries to figure out why he continually strikes out with women.
5 Call Me Your Biggest Fan
Kat pushes Max to enter a jingle contest being held at the Middle C to boost his confidence. Meanwhile, Carter doesn’t know how to react when Randi puts nail polish on his son.
6 Call Me Unfaithful
When Randi sees Sheila’s boyfriend out with another woman, she and Kat decide to investigate, but can’t decide if they should tell Sheila. Meanwhile, Randi looks for a new apartment and Oscar gets Max and Carter to try yoga.
7 Call Me Cupcake
When Phil leaves on a last-minute vacation with Sheila to cheer her up, Oscar steps up to help in the café, causing tension with Randi. Meanwhile, Max and Carter make a bet to start a juice cleanse.
8 Call Me Senior Don Gato
Kat joins Carter to wait in line to score exclusive sneakers for his son. Then, while trying to have a relaxing night in, Randi is pulled into giving advice to Max and Phil, and Sheila tries to get Oscar to stand up for himself.
9 Call Me Irresponsible
When Max gets evicted from his apartment, due to his lack of financial control, he asks Kat for help with managing his money. Meanwhile, Phil decides he is too reliant on technology and gives up his phone, and Randi agrees to take pictures of Sheila for her dating profile.
10 Call Me Katzilla
When Kat winds up getting sick just days before her favorite local TV newsman plans a visit to the café, she turns in to her alter ego, Katzilla. Meanwhile, after Randi lands her dream apartment, Max starts trying to find his own.
11 Call Me the Bad Boy of Cheese
Kat tries to welcome a new business to the neighborhood, but the owner thinks he can get away with whatever he wants. Meanwhile, Randi tries to figure out a great gift for Carter.
12 Call Me A McCluckhead
Sheila convinces Kat and Oscar to join her on a double date with a man who owns a local chain restaurant. Meanwhile, Randi and Max adjust to their new rooming situation.
13 Call Me a Kingbirdie
Max gets a job writing a song for a social media savvy teenage popstar that doesn’t go as well as he planned. Meanwhile, Phil and Oscar convince Kat to join their bowling team.
14 Call Me Cupid
When Oscar and Kat try to set Max up with a woman named Nicole, Kat has a hard time not feeling territorial over her relationship with Max. Meanwhile, Randi, Carter and Phil spy on Randi’s loud neighbors.
15 Call Me Tiny Boo-Boo
Kat has to deal with the consequences of her past actions and make a big decision about her relationship. Meanwhile, Max tries to figure out a great plan for his third date with Nicole. Laura Bell Bundy Guest-Stars.
16 Call Me What the Kat Dragged In
While Kat deals with the blowback from her big relationship change, she leans on Nick (guest star Andy Favreau) to help her bounce back. Meanwhile, Randi deals with Carter’s newfound presence in her apartment.
17 Call Me Flatch
Louisville has some special visitors — Welcome to Flatch’s Kelly and Shrub Mallet (Holmes and Sam Straley) stop by, and the one-and-only Robin Thicke is in town for a fundraiser, which Max exploits for his own music career’s benefit. Meanwhile, Kat tries to cut costs at the café in order to pay the rent that her new landlord is demanding. Robin Thicke and Welcome to Flatch’s Holmes and Sam Straley Guest-Star.
18 Call Me Shellfish
While Kat struggles with keeping her anxiety under control, she comes up with a plan to save the café. Meanwhile, Max finally gets his big break and Carter struggles with his jealousy. Ted Wass and Julia Sweeney Guest-Star.

About this show

Based on the British series Miranda, CALL ME KAT stars Emmy Award nominee Mayim Bialik (The Big Bang Theory) as a woman who struggles every day against society and her mother to prove that she can live a happy and fulfilling life despite still being single at 39. Which is why she spent her savings to open a cat café in Louisville, KY.

Ratings and reviews

18 reviews
Sonia Ballesteros
January 28, 2021
The episode when she won the vacations to Puerto Rico very very offensive . We are an island with a big heart very welcoming. We don’t sell kidneys or just kill people . Yes problems does exist like exist here in the USA and that does not make this nation or define this nation . The episode was not about crimes and the sell or organs was very hurtful specially for Puerorican this tiny island has gone through a lot like the hurricane Maria that ended so many life and left many many families without a roof . The abusive ways of the government and many other financial situations . But regardless of all that tragedies we have stand United and moved forward . We welcome everyone like family we embraced the people that visit our island we don’t take their kidneys to sell them in the black market we don’t do that period . Instead we invite you to our homes to have dinner with us and show you around and make sure you are comfortable We are Americans we are Very proud Puerto Rican’s we are smart we are kind and loving we have one of the most beautiful culture and we are very proud . I can’t believe that with all the divisions that this nation is going through and all the racial differences that with the years of disagreements over political issues you decided to air an episode of racial discrimination and poor judgment and misrepresentation of a culture . Very disappointed very sad .
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Charles “TheCountChuckula” Zuber
January 8, 2021
It is like an American version of Miranda (UK), but with little changes. Couldn't sit through one episode. I will just watch Miranda on Hulu.
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steven scott
January 8, 2021
Watched the pilot. Wasn't for me. The show follows the same broken sitcom formula. The only thing that is different is the 4th wall breaks.
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