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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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Molly is very excited when her book finally becomes available for purchase but starts to obsessively worry that no one will buy it.
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When Peggy -- somewhat mysteriously -- announces her sudden retirement, Molly decides to plan a party for her.
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When Molly learns that Mike hasn't been to the doctor in over a decade, she urges him to make an appointment.
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Mike and Molly are excited to have the house to themselves for the weekend.
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When Joyce refuses to take a breathalyzer test at a checkpoint, Mike is forced to arrest her for driving under the influence.
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When her publisher requests that a provocative change be made to her book, Molly is faced with a dilemma.
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When Samuel receives a letter from his parents saying they are having financial issues, he considers moving back to Africa.
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When Mike's flirtations with a rookie police officer are met with reciprocation, he begins to feel guilty.
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When Molly starts writing multiple drafts of her book, she starts to irritate Mike and the rest of the family.
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A guys-only fishing trip doesn't turn out as Mike planned when Carl decides to ask Victoria to join them.
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Molly's book advance is at risk as she tries to overcome writer's block; Mike worries he could be part of the problem.
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After being away at a writing workshop for eight weeks, Molly returns home and announces that her book is being published.
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When Molly is accepted into an elite writers workshop in Iowa, Mike asks her not to go.
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After Peggy's bathtub falls through the ceiling, Mike wants Peggy to go to a doctor.
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Molly wonders if she should tell Mike when she sees Carl coming out of Victoria's room late at night.
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Carl and Mike arrest Molly's literary hero (Susan Sarandon) for a DUI.
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When Mike's car breaks down, he must decide if he should accept a loan from Carl to fix it.
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Mike, Samuel and Carl go on a road trip to Memphis, Tenn., to meet Carl's mother.
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Molly meets the friend of her dreams when Peggy's childhood pal (Kathy Bates) visits, but Peggy isn't fond of sharing.
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The entire family wonders if Victoria has finally met the one when she brings a new boyfriend home.
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Samuel wants to be a standup comic; Molly offers advice to Harry which leads to him challenging his protective mother.

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