Get a sneak peek of the new comedy from Chuck Lorre, starring Anna Faris and Emmy® winner Allison
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Newly sober single mom Christy is challenged when her estranged, overly critical mother returns to her life in the series premiere of this comedy from executive producer Chuck Lorre.
Christy and Bonnie set aside their differences to deal with a family crisis together.
Christy goes on her first date since she stopped drinking. Meanwhile, Bonnie teaches her grandson Roscoe to gamble.
Christy’s patience is tested by everyone she knows. Meanwhile, Bonnie runs into an old rival.
Christy makes a new friend who has big problems. Meanwhile, Bonnie attempts to put someone else's needs ahead of her own.
Christy is determined to take things slow in her relationship with Adam. Meanwhile, Bonnie and her rival from AA, Marjorie, disagree on what "taking it slow" means.
Christy squares off against Luke's conservative parents, who are upset about Violet's pregnancy. Meanwhile, Bonnie is determined not to let menopause get the best of her.
Christy is nervous about going on a romantic weekend getaway with Adam. Meanwhile, Gabriel's wife suspects he is cheating and seeks comfort from Christy.
Bonnie struggles to keep her life together when she loses her job; Christy tries to help Bonnie get back on track.
Christy has trouble accepting how much easier life is with Bonnie in the house. Meanwhile, Baxter sets up camp in the driveway.
When Christy and Bonnie find out that Marjorie has cancer, they attempt to make their best to support her, while they try to apply her strength and patience their own lives.
When Bonnie starts dating chef Rudy, Christy winds up stuck in the middle.
Despite an injury, Christy refuses to admit that she needs Bonnie's help; Luke asks Baxter for advice about fatherhood.
Christy and Bonnie come clean about the secrets they've been keeping from each other. Meanwhile, Violet and Luke discover they have different ideas about parenting.
Christy tries to start a relationship with her father, Alvin, while Bonnie struggles to accept the fact that Christy wants him in her life.
Christy is tempted by her old vices when she dates an attractive, hard-partying man named David. Bonnie decides her advice is worth money and becomes a life coach.
Bonnie must pick up the slack when Christy puts her new relationship with David ahead of family and friends.
When Violet feels nervous about becoming a mom, Christy plans a baby shower for her; Bonnie lands a new client.
Bonnie and Christy help Regina tie up loose ends before she goes to prison; Alvin gets acquainted with his grandchildren.
Christy and Bonnie try to make sure everything goes smoothly when Violet finds the perfect couple to adopt her baby.
Tensions are raised between Alvin and Bonnie, leaving Christy caught in the middle; Violet is worried about going to prom.
Bonnie and Christy help Violet as she goes through labor; Christy thinks Bonnie still has feelings for Alvin.
Bonnie is furious when Christy's poor financial decisions threaten the family's living situation. Meanwhile, Christy agrees to help out Jill, a woman who is newly sober.
Christy convinces herself that everything is fine even though her family is basically homeless. Surprisingly, Bonnie is the one who tries to bring her back to reality.
In order to get the family back together, Christy and Bonnie rent a house with a colorful past. Meanwhile, Bonnie tries to broker a peace between Christy and Alvin.
While Christy tries to get to the bottom of Violet's erratic behavior, Bonnie attempts to get a job.
Christy has mixed feelings about Candace and Baxter's relationship and things heat up between Alvin and Bonnie.
Christy and Bonnie are in the lap of luxury when Christy's wealthy sponsee, Jill, asks them to keep her company on her first night out of rehab.
Christy tries to make amends for her past deeds. Bonnie takes a cue from her and decides to make up for treating Alvin so poorly through the years.
Family secrets surface when Christy and Bonnie join Violet's therapy session.
Christy's evening alone takes an unexpected turn when she meets her attractive, single neighbor, Andy. Bonnie and Alvin's romantic plans are derailed by Alvin's ex-wife, Lorraine.
Realizing she has been a waitress longer than she intended, Christy moves toward a career change; Bonnie and Alvin try to revisit their youth.
An unexpected death rocks the Plunkett household.
Christy does damage control when Bonnie acts out after the death of a loved one.
Concerned about the way Bonnie is handling Alvin's death, Christy tries to get her mother professional help.
When Christy gets promoted to manager of the restaurant, she discovers that being the boss comes with its own set of problems. Also, Bonnie has a nemesis in the building who wants her fired.
Christy makes a discovery about what excites her; Bonnie takes her new role as secretary a little too seriously.
Christy and Bonnie are shocked when they discover how prison has changed their friend Regina.
Christy and Bonnie worry when they find out that Violet's new boyfriend is old enough to be her father.
Christy brings Bonnie to a handsome doctor after she injures her back.
Bonnie goes to extremes to keep a major secret from Christy.
After Bonnie’s relapse, the women from her meeting rally around to help her through withdrawal from painkillers, but Christy wants no part of it.
Christy and Bonnie prove to be unwelcome guests wherever they go due to their testy relationship.
Christy blames Bonnie when Roscoe announces he wants to go live with his father, on the second season finale.
Bonnie's estranged biological mother arrives, prompting Bonnie and Christy to clash over the notion of forgiveness.
Christy and Bonnie try to help Jodi, a teenage addict they met at their meeting.
After Christy and Bonnie get Jodi, a recovering drug addict, back on her feet, they find themselves addicted to the rush of helping others and take on a new “project,” Michelle.
Christy is thrilled when Violet tells her she wants to spend more time together and improve their relationship. Also, Bonnie tries to make amends with her nemesis in the building, Beverly.
Christy feels threatened by Baxter's girlfriend in the wake of Roscoe's parent-teacher conference. Bonnie flirts with an unlikely target.
Regina doesn't think she's an alcoholic and Wendy encourages the ladies to attand a sober holiday dance.
Christy hosts a dinner attended by Violet's future mother-in-law, who is hard to please. Steve wants to take his relationship with Bonnie to the next level.
When Christy catches the eye of Candace's wealthy, charming father Fred, Candace and Baxter are outraged while Bonnie pushes Christy to give him a chance.
Christy's burgeoning relationship with Fred gets more and more difficult for Candace to handle. However, Bonnie enjoys the perks of Chrsty dating a wealthy man.
In order to avoid her ex-boyfriend, Bonnie drags Christy to a new AA meeting, only to run into her ex-girlfriend, Jeanine, from 30 years ago.
Christy tries to help Julian (Joe Manganiello), a handsome, newly sober AA member, but her attraction to him complicates things. Meanwhile, Bonnie jumps at the chance to attend a lavish charity gala with Jill.
After Marjorie reveals her plans to get married, Christy and Bonnie want to make sure she has a really special day.
Christy, Jill and Wendy find themselves in a sticky situation when they agree to help Bonnie smuggle an illegal substance across the Canadian border.
Christy tries to be supportive when a health scare throws Bonnie into a tailspin.
Bonnie tries to get Christy to admit that she still has feelings for her ex-husband, Baxter.
When the restaurant closes for renovations, Christy takes a job as Jill's personal assistant. Also, Bonnie answers a wrong number and falls for the guy on the other end of the line, Adam.
Christy encourages Bonnie to go out with a great new guy, Adam, only to find out he's not as great as she thought.
When Jodi's boyfriend, Travis (Jesse Luken), who was with her when she overdosed, shows up at an A.A. meeting, Christy struggles to show him the compassion he needs. Also, Bonnie's new boyfriend, Adam (William Fichtner), feels left out because she spends so much time at A.A.
Despite being extremely ill, Christy insists on taking her final exams. Also, Bonnie is furious when she suspects her boyfriend, Adam, is cheating on her.
When Christy learns she made the Dean's List at school, she is disappointed by Bonnie's lackluster response.
Christy and Bonnie don’t know who to believe when they hear conflicting stories about Violet and Gregory’s break-up,
In the fourth season opener, Bonnie and Adam's relationship is tested when he moves in with her and Christy for a few weeks. Also, Christy learns the hard way that it may be a mistake to try and meet men with Jill.
Christy considers giving up her dream of becoming a lawyer when Bonnie's ex-girlfriend, Jeanine, offers her a lucrative job in real estate. Also, Adam is very curious about Bonnie's past with women.
Bonnie fears she's become undesirable when she catches Adam smoking pot before sex, and Christy tries to smooth things over between them.
Christy becomes overprotective and keeps a constant eye on 12-year-old son Roscoe after discovering he's been using drugs and alcohol.
Christy and Bonnie worry about Jill after her cry for help on the anniversary of her mother's suicide.
Bonnie encourages Christy to pursue Marjorie's charming nephew, Nick, despite the fact that he's been declared off limits.
Christy, Bonnie, Jill and Wendy accidentally eat pot-filled cookies.
Christy is worried Bonnie is jeopardizing her relationship with Adam when Bonnie connects with a handsome stranger.
A heartbroken Bonnie drives everyone crazy, so Christy begs Adam to take Bonnie back.
When Marjorie takes a break from the group, Bonnie becomes the go-to for everyone's problems and Christy tries to overcome a painful memory from her past.
Bonnie gets cold feet when considering her future with Adam; Christy risks failing a test to help a fellow alcoholic.
Bonnie is suspicious when her brother returns from rehab and befriends Adam; Christy and Bonnie have a brush with the law when they take Ray's fancy car for a joy ride.
Christy discovers she and her younger classmate make a good team, both in and out of the classroom; Bonnie steps up when a newly sober Natasha fears she can't handle motherhood.
Bonnie suffers withdrawal after giving up cable TV to help Christy; the women rally around Jill after she has a breakdown in her favorite department store.
An injury temporarily puts Bonnie in a wheelchair; Christy takes over as building manager and makes a surprising discovery.
Bonnie insists on meeting Adam's estranged brother, Patrick; things get weird when Patrick takes a romantic interest in Christy.
Christy and Bonnie rally around Marjorie when her husband has a stroke
After their home is robbed at Christmastime, Christy and Bonnie’s hunt for the thief leads them to an unlikely door.
Bonnie is upset when her brother, Ray is arrested and calls Adam instead of her to bail him out. Also, Christy gets fired from her job at the restaurant.
When Christy's long-distance relationship begins to fizzle, she seeks the company of a former fling. Also, Bonnie tries to give up coffee.
After Bonnie and Adam attend a traditional wedding, they discover they're not on the same page about their own wedding. Also, Christy and Patrick have trouble setting the mood for their "first time".
When Christy's car dies, Bonnie refuses to let Adam loan her money for a new one.
Jill returns from her wellness retreat a changed woman, but Bonnie is offended when she refuses to pay for lunch. Also, Christy's plans for the future are thrown off track following disappointing news.
Bonnie locks horns with Jill's "inner strength" coach, Miranda. Also, Christy struggles to bounce back after being rejected from law school.
Christy and Bonnie help Jill get sober again, and Christy's boyfriend, Patrick, is less than understanding when it ruins his birthday weekend.
Christy is blindsided by a surprising offer from her boyfriend, Patrick. Also, Bonnie struggles to be the stable one in her relationship after Adam experiences a devastating loss.
When the ladies bring a meeting to a women’s prison, Bonnie is attacked by an old acquaintance, Tammy, and Christy helps Bonnie make amends.
Christy considers getting a new sponsor, Nora, after witnessing Marjorie have a major meltdown in a grocery store, and Bonnie tries her hand at being a supportive friend.
Christy is concerned that she and Bonnie might lose their apartment when Bonnie locks horns with the tough new building owner, Rita.
Christy's sponsor challenges her to be nice to Bonnie at all costs, and Bonnie is convinced that Adam has stopped making an effort.
Christy and Bonnie's relaxing trip to a spa takes a turn when Bonnie lands in jail.
When Christy falls back into old habits, Bonnie worries about her well-being.
Christy has second thoughts about law school after a tough first day, and Bonnie is plagued by an upsetting dream.
When Christy decides she doesn’t need Gambler’s Anonymous anymore, Bonnie vehemently disagrees.
Christy’s demanding law professor leans on her a little too hard for support, and Bonnie’s plan to trick Adam into choosing a wedding venue backfires.
Christy is certain that Bonnie is in over her head when she invites a freshly paroled Tammy to stay with them.
When Marjorie's husband passes away, the ladies accompany her on a trip to memorialize him.
Christy and Jill clash over a gambling debt; Bonnie's new hobby troubles Adam.
Christy and Wendy help Jill clean out her closet, which turns out to be a bigger job than expected; Bonnie, Marjorie and Tammy take up a new hobby.
Bonnie pushes Christy to mend her relationship with Violet; Adam prepares for the grand opening of his bar.
Christy competes with her classmates for a prestigious internship, and Bonnie babysits Tammy following her oral surgery.
Bonnie and the ladies help Tammy prepare for her first date since getting out of prison. Also, in order to take the edge off, Christy revisits one of her old vices.
Christy's search for the perfect Secret Santa gift leads her to discover Adam has been hiding something from Bonnie. Also, Tammy looks for a job in order to avoid being sent back to prison.
Christy's smoking causes problems when the ladies take a road trip. Also, Bonnie offers Adam unsolicited business advice.
Christy and Bonnie are suspicious when Adam's best friend returns, insisting he's a changed man.
Christy's plan to win her sponsor's approval backfires, and the ladies rush in to help after Jill's house is broken into.
Christy is the only one without plans on Valentine's Day, so Bonnie takes her on a mother-daughter date. Also, Marjorie's attempt to have a quiet night in is ruined when everyone calls on her for help.
Christy finds it challenging to quit smoking, while Bonnie helps Tammy prepare for the GED test.
Bonnie reluctantly consults a therapist for help with her attention deficit disorder; Christy battles her urge to gamble on sports while helping out at the bar.
When Christy gets sick, Bonnie is consumed with an overwhelming urge to mother her.
Bonnie has an unexpected reaction when she learns that Adam's bar is doing well. Also, Christy and Tammy go on a double date.
Bonnie and Tammy revisit childhood memories on a trip to their old foster home. Also, Christy and Jill regret accepting a date with two guys from their AA meeting.
Christy discovers her new job at a law firm isn't quite what she expected; Bonnie's therapist pushes her to confront her problem with procrastination.
In the Season 7 premiere, Bonnie struggles to enjoy her perfect honeymoon with Adam; and Christy makes some questionable changes at the bar.
Christy and Adam clash over an incident at the bar, leaving Bonnie in a precarious situation. Also, Jill's new boyfriend, Andy, has trouble finding a way to impress her.
Christy is asked to perform questionable tasks for her demanding new boss, Veronica, and Bonnie has second thoughts about taking Adam's last name.
Christy escorts a reluctant Chef Rudy to court-ordered AA meetings. Also, Bonnie attempts to make Adam feel more at home in the apartment.
Following the sudden death of a friend, Christy and Bonnie look for ways to honor her memory.
Christy tries to embrace positivity after having a meltdown; Bonnie gets a glimpse of what Adam was like before his accident.
Bonnie and Adam go on a double date with Jill and Andy. Also, Tammy recruits Christy to mediate a sensitive situation with Marjorie.
Christy regrets fleeing the scene after hitting a parked car; Bonnie's therapist offers tools to help her better communicate with Adam.
Christy and the ladies rally around Tammy when she has trouble adjusting to early release from parole. Also, Bonnie is disappointed when her perfect birthday gift for Adam gets a lukewarm response.
Bonnie is forced to relive painful Christmas memories when Christy recounts tales from her childhood to Bonnie's sponsee, Patty.
Christy and Bonnie help Tammy with a difficult decision when her long-lost Aunt Cookie appears with a surprising proposition.
Christy and Bonnie support Marjorie when she attempts to reconnect with her estranged son. Also, Tammy sees another side of Jill while working as her employee.
Christy is troubled when sparks fly between Tammy and Chef Rudy. Also, Bonnie overreacts when her therapist, Trevor, accuses her of rejecting his help.
After a successful kidney transplant surgery, Bonnie is concerned that Tammy's Aunt Cookie is taking her second chance for granted. Also, Christy tries to track down a handsome stranger she believes is her soulmate.
Christy helps Marjorie prepare for her first date since her husband's passing. Also, Bonnie's friendship with Jill is put to the test when a past indiscretion resurfaces.
Bonnie helps Christy gain perspective as she considers a life-changing decision; and as Jill fears she's running out of time to have a baby, she consults a fertility doctor.
Bonnie suspects that Adam's sponsor has an ulterior motive. And Christy is caught in the middle when Tammy plays hard to get with Chef Rudy.
Christy, Bonnie and the ladies step in to help when Marjorie babysits her granddaughter for the first time.
Bonnie worries about her therapist when his life hits a serious rough patch; Christy comes to Marjorie's aid when she has trouble adjusting to a new job.
When Bonnie invites the ladies to a slumber party, childhood games reveal adult problems.
Bonnie and Adam regret spending their first wedding anniversary with Marjorie and her new beau; Jill's attempt at a good deed becomes a moral dilemma.
Bonnie takes a trip down memory lane when she reconnects with an old flame, Rod. Also, Tammy volunteers to remodel the kitchen so it’s more accessible to Adam.
Bonnie and Adam offer relationship advice when they sense tension between Jill and Andy. Also, Tammy lends a hand when Chef Rudy opens a food truck.
Bonnie is concerned about Adam's safety when he decides to go skiing for the first time since his accident. Also, Tammy worries that Jill is sending the wrong message to the young girls they're mentoring.
Bonnie and the ladies indulge Jill when she goes to extremes to get her relationship with Andy back on track.
Bonnie is upset when Adam makes a big ticket purchase without consulting her. Also, Jill has an unexpected reaction when her dentist retires.
When Bonnie can't decide what to do with the spare bedroom, bigger issues are uncovered. Also, Tammy attempts to create boundaries with Marjorie.
Bonnie has success creating a line of mocktails for Adam's bar. Also, Jill finds herself attracted to Bonnie's therapist, Trevor.
Bonnie and Adam's romantic dinner is interrupted as the other ladies struggle with love on Valentine's Day. Also, Wendy's new relationship becomes the talk of the group.
Bonnie takes it personally when her new sponsee, Rod, gets inspiration from Adam instead of her.
Bonnie goes to extreme lengths to protect someone she loves. Also, Jill struggles to make sense of a messy new relationship.
Bonnie worries about Adam when his amends to a woman from his past doesn’t go as planned. Also, Tammy pays a visit to the steakhouse she once robbed.
Bonnie struggles with her own self-worth after Tammy finds success. Also, Jill’s new hobby leads to an unexpected revelation.
Bonnie and Tammy’s friendship is tested when they take on a big project together. Also, the women worry about a fracture in their tight-knit group.
Bonnie decides to get to the bottom of why her therapist, Trevor, has been so distracted. Also, Jill and Andy find themselves in a life or death situation.
The women attend a gala honoring Marjorie, but Bonnie's speech doesn't go as planned.
Bonnie gains a new outlook on her sobriety after dealing with difficult news. Also, Jill and Andy take a big step in their relationship.