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Modern-day black women might be described as strong and confident; in other words, just the opposite of Issa and Molly. As the best friends deal with their own real-life flaws, their insecurities come to the fore as together they cope with an endless series of uncomfortable everyday experiences. Created by co-star Issa Rae and writer/comic Larry Wilmore ("The Daily Show With Jon Stewart"), the comedy series looks at the friendship of two black women in a unique, authentic way. It features the music of both indie and established artists of color, and touches on a variety of social and racial issues that relate to the contemporary black experience.

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Molly takes Andrew to a work function, and they struggle to see eye-to-eye; Issa continues to search for happiness; the girls get a distressing call about a friend.
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Issa considers doing Nathan a favor; Dr. Rhonda and Andrew ask Molly to consider a different approach in dealing with people who have wronged her.
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Issa and Lawrence catch up and talk about life, careers, past mistakes, and what makes each of them happy.
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Molly and Andrew take off for their first couples' vacation with Andrew's brother, Victor, and his wife, Lydia, and the trip is smooth sailing until a hotel employee steps out of line; Molly reevaluates her inability to let things go.
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In need of some positive vibes after the block party, Issa goes out of her way to do good for random people across Los Angeles, eventually turning to an unlikely source for comfort; Kelli urges her friends to reconcile.
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With the block party finally here, Issa is determined to deliver a memorable event, despite some surprises; Tiffany enjoys a break from her baby, Kelli entertains a gullible new boo, and Molly attempts to put a grudge on hold.
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The women get together to help Tiffany with her new baby girl; Issa struggles to finalize key details for the block party and turns to Molly to leverage Andrew's connections.
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While Molly's family celebrates Thanksgiving together, Issa and Ahmal decide to do their own thing; when Lawrence joins Friendsgiving at Condola's house, the new couple breaks some awkward ground.
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When Issa and Condola decide to confront the elephant in the room head-on, Lawrence gets uncomfortable; in search of a real connection, Molly struggles to get Andrew to open up during a date night.
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With Condola's guidance, Issa prepares for a mixer in her courtyard to pitch the block party to potential sponsors, but tensions arise when they discover a mutual connection; Molly begins to develop unexpected feelings for Andrew.
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After facing numerous obstacles, Issa gets discouraged about her project; Molly helps give Issa a drama-free 30th birthday.
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Issa tries to concentrate on her business plan, but is driven to distraction; Molly steps out of her comfort zone in her love life.
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Issa needs moral support when her new project proves more complicated than she originally thought; Issa and Kelli press Molly to consider dating someone new; the girls attend Tiffany's baby shower and try to be helpful.
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The girls take a weekend trip to celebrate Tiffany; Molly has trouble leaving her obsession with work behind.
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Issa tries to let go of cherished mementos; Molly vents to her therapist about work.
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Issa gets advice from Kelli about her financial situation and plays wingwoman as Daniel tries to make a music-industry connection.
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Issa crashes on Daniel's couch and tries to save up extra cash; Molly returns from a beach vacation with renewed determination to maintain boundaries in her life.
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Issa, Molly and Lawrence face choices affecting their work and personal lives, and consider what the future holds for them.
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Tensions run high during Derek and Tiffany's dinner party; Molly reconsiders her future after facing her romantic reality; Issa tries to make things right with Frieda.
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Issa finds disappointment as she maintains her roster; Molly frets about an important friendship while embracing something new; Lawrence gets a rude awakening at work after pitching his app.
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Issa attempts to build a roster and butts heads with Frieda at a work retreat; Molly's day takes an unexpected turn at her parents' vow renewal ceremony; Lawrence stumbles upon news about Issa.

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