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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.

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When Mike and Molly bring their loved ones together for a significant event, they reflect on everything that brought them to this moment.
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Carl and Mike visit a psychic; Peggy takes Molly to her church to pray for something they've been waiting to receive.
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When the adoption agency schedules a home visit with Mike and Molly, they need everyone's cooperation to make a good impression.
aired 4 days ago
Mike and Molly discover that Frannie doesn't have a plan for the baby's birth, so they try to help by reuniting her with her estranged sister, Maura.
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When Molly discovers that a pregnant former student has nowhere to live, she decides to bring her home.
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Mike is disappointed when Vince decides not to finish a do-it-yourself project they started together.
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When Mike brings home a stray puppy for the weekend, Molly has trouble trying to warm up to it.
aired 6 days ago
Mike and Molly have different ideas about how Molly should spend her time when she is between novels.
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Molly is stunned when it is revealed that Joyce has decided to leave the house to Victoria in her will.
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Molly deals with a "new Mike" when he becomes hyper-vigilant after his wallet is stolen from the squad car while he was taking a nap.
aired 7 days ago
When Mike blames Molly for Peggy's heart attack, Molly seeks to make things right with her mother-in-law.
aired 7 days ago
Molly gives Mike a device that will track his activity in hopes of helping him get healthier and take better care of himself, but Mike has other plans.
aired 8 days ago
Carl and Mike try to reconcile their partnership with couples counseling; after Peggy decides she won't participate in a promotional radio interview, Molly does it on her own.
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Mike and Molly must rescind Carl's invitation to their anniversary cruise after his nasty breakup with Victoria.
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A near-death experience on the job inspires Carl to announce that he is planning to propose to Victoria.
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When Mike won't listen to Molly vent about writing with Peggy, Molly gets angry and the two part ways for a day.
aired 10 days ago
For the first time, Mike meets his aunt Rosemary (Margo Martindale) and is smitten with her warmth and positive attitude.
aired 11 days ago
Peggy is thrilled when Kay (Kathy Bates) comes back to town; Molly looks for a way to lift Kay's spirits; Carl and Mike work crowd control at a public breast feeding rally.
aired 11 days ago
During a road trip to Peggy's hometown, Molly arranges a surprise reunion between Peggy and her estranged sister (Margo Martindale); Mike and Vince bond as they try to repair a water heater.
aired 11 days ago
Mike's feelings are hurt when Molly is nervous about him attending a celebration hosted by her publisher.
aired 11 days ago
When Mike reaches a weight-loss goal -- his personal best -- he decides to celebrate by indulging in a slice of pie.

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