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Season 1 episodes (24)

1 Pilot
Christy, a newly sober single mother, is trying to get her life together, but is challenged when her estranged mother, Bonnie, comes back into the picture on the series premiere.
2 A Pee Stick and an Asian Raccoon
Christy and Bonnie set aside their differences to deal with a family crisis together.
3 A Small Nervous Breakdown and a Misplaced Fork
Christy goes on her first date since she stopped drinking. Meanwhile, Bonnie teaches her grandson Roscoe to gamble. JUSTIN LONG guest stars as her date, Adam.
4 Loathing and Tube Socks
Christy's patience is tested by everyone she knows; while Bonnie runs into an old rival.
5 Six Thousand Bootleg T-Shirts and a Prada Handbag
Christy makes a new friend, Regina (guest star OCTAVIA SPENCER), who has big problems. Meanwhile, Bonnie attempts to put someone else's needs ahead of her own.
6 Abstinence and Pudding
Christy is determined to take things slow in her relationship with Adam. Meanwhile, Bonnie and her rival from AA, Marjorie (guest star MIMI KENNEDY), disagree on what taking it slow means.
7 Estrogen and a Hearty Breakfast
Christy squares off against Luke's conservative parents (guest stars NICKY SEARCY and LAUREN BOWLES) who are upset about Violet's pregnancy. Meanwhile, Bonnie is determined not to let menopause get the best of her.
8 Big Sur and Strawberry Lube
Christy is nervous about going on a romantic weekend getaway with Adam. Meanwhile, Gabriel's wife, Claudia (guest star COURTNEY HENGGELER), suspects he is cheating and seeks comfort from Christy.
9 Zombies and Cobb Salad
When Bonnie loses her job and struggles to keep her life together, Christy tries to get her back on track. Octavia Spencer returns as Christy's new friend, Regina.
10 Belgian Waffles and Bathroom Privileges
Christy has trouble accepting how much easier life is with Bonnie in the house. Meanwhile Baxter sets up camp in the driveway.
11 Cotton Candy and Blended Fish
Christy and Bonnie go above and beyond to help Marjorie...and her eight she deals with a serious health issue. Meanwhile, Violet is frustrated with the realities of pregnancy.
12 Corned Beef and Handcuffs
Christy gets stuck in the middle when Bonnie and Chef Rudy start dating. Two and a Half Men star JON CRYER directed the episode.
13 Hot Soup and Shingles
When Christy sprains her ankle, she refuses to admit she needs Bonnie's help. Meanwhile, Luke turns to Baxter for advice about being a father.
14 Leather Cribs and a Medieval Rack
Christy and Bonnie come clean about the secrets they've been keeping from each other. Meanwhile, Violet and Luke discover they have different ideas about parenting. KEVIN POLLAK guest stars as Christy's father, Alvin.
15 Fireballs and Bullet Holes
Christy tries to start a relationship with her father, Alvin (KEVIN POLLAK), while Bonnie struggles to accept the fact that Christy wants him in her life.
16 Nietzsche and a Beer Run
Christy is tempted by her old vices when she dates an attractive, hard-partying man named David (guest star NICK ZANO). Bonnie decides her advice is worth money and becomes a life coach.
17 Jail Jail and Japanese Porn
When Christy puts her new relationship with David ahead of her friends and family, Bonnie has to pick up the slack.
18 Sonograms and Tube Tops
Violet is nervous about becoming a mom, so Christy plans a baby shower to get her excited. Meanwhile, Bonnie scores a new life-coaching client.
19 Toilet Wine and the Earl of Sandwich
Christy and Bonnie help Regina tie up loose ends on the way to drop her off at prison. Meanwhile, Alvin spends the day getting to know his grandkids.
20 Clumsy Monkey and a Tilted Uterus
Christy and Bonnie try to make sure everything goes smoothly when Violet finds the perfect couple to adopt her baby.
21 Broken Dreams and Blocked Arteries
Christy is caught in the middle when tensions rise between Bonnie and Alvin. Meanwhile, a very pregnant Violet is apprehensive about going to her senior prom.
22 Smokey Taylor and a Deathbed Confession
Christy and Bonnie help an emotional Violet through labor on the season one finale. Meanwhile, Christy is convinced that Bonnie still has feelings for Alvin.
101 On the Set
Go behind the scenes of the new comedy from Chuck Lorre starring Anna Faris and Emmy® winner Allison Janney.
102 Pilot Promotion
Get a sneak peek of the new comedy from Chuck Lorre, starring Anna Faris and Emmy® winner Allison Janney as a dysfunctional mother and daughter who learn that the only thing harder than being a mom is having one.

About this show

Anna Faris and Emmy® winner Allison Janney star in a new comedy from Chuck Lorre. Faris plays Christy, a single mom whose newly found sobriety has given her the ability to see her life clearly... and she does not like the view. Now she must try to untangle years of reckless decisions in order to make a better life for her and her kids.

Ratings and reviews

1.34K reviews
Debi DiBenedetto (Rivadog)
November 21, 2020
First off, I absolutely think that this Show is the Bomb💣💣💣 You can count on hearing me laugh🤣😅 out loud🔊🔊🔊🔊 all the way from the street. When this Show is playing.. Why some people get so freakishly serious🤔 When writing reviews, really gets my cork out. Do you know that the last time I heard that expression, was from my dear Mom... She had the most incredible personality
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Marquita Cook
January 6, 2019
lm a person who cant stand stupid. .stupid is not funny in the least as far as humor goes in my book and sadly most tv shows nowadays are STUPID. so needless to say i was very surprised and happy to see that there really was a show that could make me laugh...out loud...all the way through...with each and every episode!!! Genius writing ..cant wait to see week to week. i love it!! ..and just for the record guys you really dont knowhow big a critic i am about the line between funny and just NOT
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Sunny Scott
December 15, 2017
Let's take everything that is tearing at the fabric of our lives , dress it up, say it's adorable , make it funny and call it a television show . I tire of the constant stream of vulgar jokes, less than thinly veiled sexual references and wild double entendres that seem to be a staple for sit - coms now. It may be a "slice of life" but I just don't think that many recovering alcoholics and former junkies are that clever and upbeat without a script . I really wanted to like this one more . I'm not sure if I can .
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