A newly sober mom must deal with her own critical mother as she works to overcome past mistakes.
Chuck Lorre (Executive Producer), Eddie Gorodetsky (Executive Producer), Nick Bakay (Executive Producer), Alissa Neubauer (Writer), Sheldon Bull (Writer), Chuck Lorre (Writer), Warren Bell (Writer), James Widdoes (Director), Eddie Gorodetsky (Writer), Nick Bakay (Writer), Marco Pennette (Writer), Adam Chase (Writer), Gemma Baker (Writer), Susan Mcmartin (Writer), Anthony Rich (Director), Ted Wass (Director), Britté Anchor (Writer), Jeff Greenstein (Director), Mike Binder (Writer), Hayley Mortison (Writer), Christine Zander (Writer), Jon Cryer (Director), Betsy Thomas (Director), Gary Halvorson (Director), Pamela Fryman (Director)
|"Figgy Pudding and the Rapture" When Christy tries to ignore the family's problems, Bonnie ends up being the one to bring her back to reality. (Repeat)||WCBS|
|"Figgy Pudding and the Rapture" When Christy tries to ignore the family's problems, Bonnie ends up being the one to bring her back to reality. (Repeat)||WCBSDT|
Single mom Christy has her hands full with two children, Violet and Roscoe, and maintaining newfound sobriety, when her passive-aggressive, recovering-alcoholic mother re-enters the picture, brimming with criticisms about Christy's life. As the daughter works to be the best mother she can and to overcome mistakes she made, she must also navigate dysfunctional relationships with her married lover -- and boss -- Gabriel, and with her irresponsible ex-husband, Baxter. Despite the uphill battle, Christy tries to be positive and to stay on the path to what she wants in life.
Anna Faris as Christy
Allison Janney as Bonnie
Nate Corddry as Gabriel
Matt Jones as Baxter
Sadie Calvano as Violet
Mimi Kennedy as Marjorie
Blake Rosenthal as Roscoe
Spencer Daniels as Luke
French Stewart as Chef Rudy
Jaime Pressly as Jill
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