Mike & Molly description of episodes (season 5)

Description of Mike & Molly episodes that were first released on CBS December 8, 2014 – May 18, 2015; ganre – sitcom.
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“The Book of Molly”

Molly returns from her writer’s workshop, much to Mike’s delight. Even better, a publisher liked Molly’s short story enough to give her a sizeable advance on her first book. Mike is relieved because the advance check will almost get him and Molly out of debt, but Molly ruins that when she buys a new car instead.

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“To Have and Withhold”

Molly has writer’s block, and she might lose her big advance if she doesn’t cure it fast. Carl suggests to Mike that getting sex regularly since returning from her workshop has stifled Molly’s creativity. Mike then reluctantly tries to shun Molly’s sexual advances.

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“Tis the Season to Be Molly”

Mike (as Santa Claus) and Carl (as an elf) hand out toys to needy children, then get locked in the back of a truck while loading it. At home, Molly has the whole family on edge as she insists on every holiday preparation being done to her exact specifications. Whileit is revealed that she does this to honor her late father, Vince is left distraught when Molly lashes out at him and he feels that the Flynn family has never really accepted him.

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“Gone Cheatin”

Mike, Carl, Samuel, Vince and Harry are preparing for their annual “guys weekend” fishing trip, when Carl irritates the group by announcing he has invited Victoria. This causes Mike to feel like he has to invite Molly, and Vince follows suit by inviting Joyce. As they get ready to leave, Victoria tells Molly she has cheated on Carl with an old boyfriend, leading to an awkward drive to the fishing site as Molly hides what she knows from Mike.

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“Molly’s Neverending Story”

The family is exasperated after Molly proclaims her book is finished, only to decide she wants to tweak the characters again or make it raunchier as suggested by Peggy’s surprisingly filthy church friends, Mikey (Jenny O’Hara), Rose (Patricia Belcher) and Joan (Peggy Miley). Mike says she should be confident in her work, then quickly emails the file to Molly’s publisher. After Molly becomes furious, Mike hires Harry to hack into the publisher’s computer.

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“The Last Temptation of Mike”

A rookie female cop named Stacey (Sarah Baker) playfully flirts with Mike at work, but things escalate when she surprises him with a kiss after hours. A guilt-ridden Mike decides to tell Molly, who then goes on the attack.

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“Support Your Local Samuel”

Samuel contemplates moving back to Africa when he receives a letter from his parents saying they’re struggling financially. Instead, he assumes ownership of Abe’s Diner when the owner says he’s looking to unload it on anyone willing to take on the debt. With financial help from Vince, Samuel reopens the restaurant as Abe’s Hot Beef.

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“Mike Check”

When Molly finds out that Mike hasn’t had any doctor check-ups in years, she nags him into going. The first time around, Mike skips the visit and pretends he went, but Molly sees through it.

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“Hack to the Future”

Molly meets Xander (Steve Valentine), her publisher, for the first time. While he is praiseworthy, he feels the book could become a phenomenon if Molly works time travel into it. Expecting a big windfall upon hearing the news, Mike splurges on some new clothing. After several failed attempts at doing the publisher’s bidding, however, Molly ultimately tricks him into accepting her original draft.

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“Checkpoint Joyce”

While Mike and Carl are working a drunk driving checkpoint, Joyce pulls up. Mike intends to let her through after she answers a few questions, but she is belligerent and insulting so he hauls her into the station. After a few members of the household suggest to Joyce that she cut back on her drinking, she lashes out and insists that they all give up their various vices, before she finally approaches both the situation and Mike with some maturity.

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“Immaculate Deception”

Mike and Molly finally have the house to themselves for the weekend, but the good times come to an end for Mike when he learns Molly has resumed using birth control without telling him.

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“The World According to Peggy”

Peggy announces that she is retiring, and Molly organizes a party for her. She goes to the school to invite some fellow lunch ladies, and learns that Peggy didn’t retire, she was fired. While Mike first insists that they go along with Peggy’s lying in order to keep the peace, he eventually gets fed up with her and lashes out by telling her “you’re bitter and toxic, and that’s why nobody wants you around”; Molly then reaches out to Peggy about the virtues of sometimes admitting to being wrong.

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“Buy the Book”

Molly is thrilled to see her book in print, but now comes the difficult task of trying to market it. In the midst of her frustration, however, Molly gets an idea for a follow-up book from an unlikely source: Peggy.

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“What Ever Happened to Baby Peggy?”

While interviewing Peggy to get a back story for the next book, Molly comes across a corn husk doll that Peggy’s own mother made for her. Peggy clams up and won’t speak about her past anymore, then later shows up drunk at the Flynn house. Mike insists his family doesn’t talk about their feelings, but Molly persists and eventually gets to the very sad root of Peggy’s misgivings. When Mike finds out from Molly, he leaves to go hug his mom.

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“Pie Fight”

After eating a piece of pie at Abe’s and then finding he’s gained several pounds, he decides to not eat at all the next day. This only makes Mike irritable and he punches a fellow officer (Eric Allan Kramer), getting himself suspended and ending in a useful therapy session with Dr. Jeffries (Joel Murray), where he painfully confronts how much it hurts him to be chronically overweight.

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“Cocktails and Calamine”

Molly doesn’t want Mike to know about a highbrow party for fellow writers she’s been invited to. When he finds out, she tells him she doesn’t think he’d enjoy it, but she’s secretly afraid to take him because he might do or say something stupid. At the party, she then insults Mike, who is hurt and leaves without her, but the two of them later patch up any differences.

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“Mudlick or Bust”

Needing to get a better feel for Peggy’s home town to write her story, Molly decides the two must take a road trip to Mudlick, Missouri. Molly secretly arranges a reunion between Peggy and her estranged sister Rosemary (Margo Martindale), which turns out badly when it is clear that Rosemary still harbors a 50-year-old grudge. At home, Vince gets Mike involved in betting on the NCAA Basketball Tournament games.

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“No Kay Morale”

Kay (Kathy Bates) returns, and Peggy and Molly fight for her attention as usual. Molly notices Kay has lost her joy and drive, the result of a tragedy Kay encountered overseas, and tries to help her find it again. Meanwhile, Mike and Carl deal with a protest downtown that Kay surprisingly becomes a part of.

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“Mother From Another Mudlick”

Their feud ended, Rosemary pays a visit to Peggy’s home and quickly makes friends among the gang with her cooking skills and cheerful nature. As Mike gets to know his aunt, he learns that Rosemary was clearly favored by her parents growing up, while Peggy was shunned.

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“Fight to the Finish”

Molly gets frustrated with Peggy always doing something else around the house instead of helping her finish the book. In the end, the book gets done, and Peggy grudgingly admits she didn’t want it to get finished because it would mean she and Molly won’t be hanging together as much. Meanwhile, Mike gets into a brief discussion with Molly that makes her mad, so he later asks Victoria and Joyce to give him lessons on what he did wrong.

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“Near Death Do Us Part”

After Carl and Mike have a near-death experience while on duty, Carl tells Mike he’s going to propose to Victoria. Mike can’t keep the secret and tells Molly, who in turn blabs to Victoria and Joyce. This becomes an issue when Carl later tells Mike he’s changed his mind and doesn’t want to propose to Victoria yet, one that ultimately leads to a fight and a bitter breakup.

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“The Bitter Man and the Sea”

It’s Mike and Molly’s third anniversary, and Mike makes plans to take Molly and the family on a cruise of Lake Michigan. However, bad blood is still lingering between Carl and Victoria, so Mike has to uninvite Carl even though Carl gave him the idea for the cruise. While Molly is thrilled with the cruise, the situation puts Mike’s relationship with his partner and best friend in jeopardy.

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