Call Me Kat

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Season 1 episodes (13)

1 Plus One (Pilot)
Based on the BBC UK original series “Miranda,” created by Miranda Hart, Call Me Kat stars Emmy Award nominee Mayim Bialik as Kat (Mayim Bialik), 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 recently spent her entire savings to open a cat café in Louisville, KY. Although Kat celebrates her independence, her single-forever plans may begin to veer off-course, when her former crush and good friend, MAX (Cheyenne Jackson), returns to town.
2 Double Date
Kat’s mom, Sheila, sets her daughter up on a blind date, but it happens to be the same night that Max asks her to be his karaoke partner at “The Middle C.” Meanwhile, Kat’s Cat Café employee Randi confronts a customer, Daniel (guest star Lamorne Morris), who never tips.
3 Vacation
Kat wins a free trip to Puerto Rico for herself and a friend, but she doesn’t have anyone to go with her. Her friends convince her to go alone, but she makes a last-minute change of plans. Meanwhile, after being left in charge of the café, Randi and Phil have trouble with the new register.
4 Therapy
When Sheila comes to stay with Kat to avoid being home alone, Sheila’s lack of boundaries leads them to try therapy. Meanwhile, Phil and Randi make a road trip to buy Phil’s mother medicinal marijuana.
5 Cake
A customer asks the café to bake his wedding cake, but it’s a tricky situation for Phil. Meanwhile, Kat tries to figure out where her relationship with Max stands.
6 Gym
When Kat gets selected as a finalist for the Louisville Courier Journal’s “Twenty under Forty” list, she decides to join the local gym to try to get in shape. Meanwhile, Randi and Daniel struggle to take their relationship to the next level and Phil deals with the realization that one of his favorite childhood books is racist.
7 Eggs
After a visit to the gynecologist takes an unexpected turn, Kat must consider freezing her eggs if she ever wants to have children. Meanwhile, Max and Carter help Phil with his online dating to prevent him from getting catfished, but it turns out Phil may be the one catfishing.
8 All-Nighter
When Randi’s cousin comes to town, Kat and Phil convince Randi to let them come out with her to prove they aren’t old. Meanwhile, Randi struggles to figure out why Daniel doesn’t get jealous.
9 First Date
Kat deals with nerves over her first date with Oscar. Meanwhile, Randi tries to figure out the perfect gift for Daniel for their anniversary.
10 Business Council
When Carter helps Kat get elected to the local business council, a rift forms in their friendship when she doesn’t vote in his favor to keep the bar open later. Meanwhile, Sheila asks Max to help her move some of her furniture to make room for her boyfriend, and Randi asks Phil for help with her photography project.
11 Moving In
With Daniel out of town on the day of Randi’s big move to his place, Kat offers to help her and discovers an unexpected secret about Daniel’s past. Meanwhile, Max offers to help tutor Carter’s son, CJ, in English.
12 Salsa
Kat asks Max to help her learn how to salsa dance to impress Oscar. Meanwhile, Phil bakes a bun that looks exactly like a celebrity.
13 Cat-A-Versary
When one of the oldest cats in the café dies unexpectedly, Kat decides to turn the one-year anniversary of the Cat Café into his funeral. Meanwhile, Kat, Randi and Oscar all try to make amends for mistakes they made.

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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Allan Seiler
January 11, 2021
Maybe it would be ok, if I had never seen Miranda. This is such a sorry knockoff of a very funny Miranda. I just felt sorry for everyone involved in this disaster.
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