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"Old Christine" (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) is a divorced mom who has a handle on her career and motherhood -- and a pretty good relationship with her ex-husband -- until he introduces his new girlfriend, a younger woman, also named Christine. Old Christine lives with her son and her brother, and runs a gym, and her life is a constant struggle to keep up with everyone else.

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Barb gives Christine a reason to worry about consummating her relationship with Mr. Harris; Matthew has second thoughts about medical school due to the identity of his first cadaver.
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Christine realizes that a reckless evening may have jeopardized her chance to begin dating Mr. Harris.
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Christine, Richard, Matthew and Barb test one another's boundaries while following Ritchie to his school's camping trip in the desert.
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Chrisitine tries to stay sober at her friend's wedding, but has a hard time keeping her mouth shut nonetheless.
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When Christine figures out Richard has been hired to remodel Lindsay's bathroom, she goes to any length possible to make sure he doesn't screw up the job.
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Christine nearly gets Mr. Harris fired when she sends an e-mail intended for Barb to all the parents at Ritchie's school.
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Christine battles an aggressive activist with an opposing stance when she tries to become more politically active.
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Christine learns an astonishing secret after sleeping with Richard's attractive brother (Charles Esten).
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After taking sleeping pills, Christine discovers that she made several embarrassing phone calls while knocked out.
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Christine wants credit for turning Richard into a good boyfriend and for recommending a thoughtful birthday gift for New Christine to give him.
aired 5 days ago
Christine tries to reignite the relationship between her brother and his ex-girlfriend; Richard tries to interest Ritchie in his job.
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Christine signs Ritchie up for soccer after Mr. Harris (Blair Underwood) informs her that he has had trouble making friends.
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Christine and Marly argue after getting into a fender bender in the school parking lot; with her car in the shop, Christine must rent a luxury SUV.
aired 6 days ago
Christine and Barb disagree about how to run the women's gym that they now own together; Matthew helps Ritchie find the perfect nanny.
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Christine struggles over what to do when Ritchie does a poor job on an important homework assignment.
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Christine and Richard must make some sacrifices to pay for increases in Ritchie's school tuition; Matthew considers some extreme changes.
aired 7 days ago
Ritchie's raffle prize of a playdate with his teacher (Blair Underwood) thrills Christine, until Richard's prescheduled father-son plans threaten to spoil the fun.
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Christine admits she is attracted to Stan (Andy Richter), with whom she serves lunch at Ritchie's school.
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Christine tries to be supportive of Barb, whom she expects to be wallowing in misery as she did after her own divorce. Meanwhile, when Barb moves in, Matthew relocates to Ritchie's room where he discovers his nephew's strange sleep habits.
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Ritchie returns from a church festival with Richard and New Christine with an interest in religion. Christine, who once had a bad experience at church, re-examines her beliefs and with Ritchie and Matthew in tow, decides to give God another go.
aired 9 days ago
When Christine's parents can't make it to Grandparents Day at Ritchie's school, New Christine suggests that Jeff, the new man in her life should go as Ritchie's special friend.

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