Mom (2013– )
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Loathing and Tube Socks 

Christy's patience is tested by everyone she knows; while Bonnie runs into an old rival.

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Christy
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Bonnie
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Violet
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Gabriel
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Baxter (credit only)
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Luke
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Roscoe
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Marjorie
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Wayne
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Geoff
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Christy's patience is tested by everyone she knows; while Bonnie runs into an old rival.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Christy calls Violet Juno. Juno is a film about a pregnant teenager, Allison Janney starred in it. See more »

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References Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) See more »

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Everyday situations.
24 May 2014 | by See all my reviews

I didn't find this episode as funny as others. I think because there weren't as many scenes with the family and it was more all about Christie. But while there weren't as many laughs I still enjoyed the message behind the episode.

Christie is having a bad day, as everyone does, and it is so easy to forget how our mood effects other people. It takes a lot of guts to say sorry to someone, especially someone that you don't know.

When Christie gives her apology to the shop person she is doing something not many people would (speaking from experience as a customer service worked) and I applaud the character for that. Good example to her children ( although maybe would have been good if they were there to witness her good actions)


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