The New Adventures of Old Christine
A divorced mother tries to keep up with everyone around her.
Kari Lizer (Executive Producer), Andy Ackerman (Executive Producer), Kari Lizer (Writer), Andy Ackerman (Director), Jeff Astrof (Writer), Matt Goldman (Writer), Jack Burditt (Writer), Andy Ackerman (Writer), Tricia O'kelley (Writer), Alex kapp Horner (Writer), Sherry Bilsing-graham (Writer), Ellen Kreamer (Writer), Amy Iglow (Writer), Allan Rice (Writer), Frank Pines (Writer), Lew Schneider (Writer), Ellen Plummer (Writer), Jackie Filgo (Writer), Jeff Filgo (Writer), Katie Palmer (Writer), Aaron Shure (Writer), Jennifer Crittenden (Writer), Jonathan Goldstein (Writer), Adam Barr (Writer), Charles Zucker (Writer), Danielle Evenson (Writer), Bryan Behar (Writer), Steve Baldikoski (Writer)
|"A Long Day's Journey Into Stan" Following Christine's breakup with Burton, everyone expects Christine to fall apart emotionally, but she insists she is fine and looking forward to spending time with her best friend: herself. Christine realizes she really did care for Burton. (Repeat)||NICJR|
|"Teach Your Children Well" Christine refuses to give in to pressure to have a ritzy celebration for Ritchie's birthday and hosts an arts-and-crafts party at home. (Repeat)||NICJR|
|"Ritchie Has Two Mommies" Christine tries to pull herself together to make a good impression at parents' night at Ritchie's school, but is caught off guard when new Christine shows up as well. (Repeat)||NICJR|
|"Exile on Lame Street" Christine objects when Richard and new Christine want to take Ritchie to a Rolling Stones concert. Fearing that Ritchie is too young to be exposed to sex, drugs and rock and roll vices on display at a Rolling Stones concert, Christine forbids it. (Repeat)||NICJR|
|"He Ain't Heavy" While helping Matthew lose weight, Christine finds herself unable to shed extra pounds she has put on, despite her know-how as a gym owner. (Repeat)||LIFE|
|"The Old Maid of Honor" Christine tries to convince everyone that she is comfortable with Richard's remarriage; New Christine's sister hooks up with Matthew. (Repeat)||LIFE|
``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.
Julia Louis-dreyfus as Christine Campbell
Clark Gregg as Richard Campbell
Hamish Linklater as Matthew
Trevor Gagnon as Ritchie Campbell
Emily Rutherfurd as New Christine
Wanda Sykes as Barb
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