Mom (2013– )
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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. KEVIN POLLAK guest stars as Christy's father, Alvin.

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Gabriel (credit only)
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When secrets that Christy and Bonnie are keeping from each other, are revealed, they find it hard to trust each other. So to rebuild it, they decide to be absolutely honest with each other. And when Bonnie reveals the truth about Christy's father, they head off to see him. She tells Violet to take care of Roscoe and when he acts up both she and Luke have different views on how to handle him. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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20 January 2014 (USA)  »

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Christy: [Christy and Bonnie are confessing long-held secrest to each other] Okay, I got one. Remember that kilo of hash that was stolen from your car?
Bonnie: Yeah?
Christy: Best. Junior Prom. Ever.
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CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #439 I had a recurring dream as a child that left an indelible mark on me. Unlike my other dreams, this one had no recognizable images, no mommies or daddies, no friends, relatives, teachers, scary monsters or scrappy Yankee shortstop Tony Kubek. This dream was simply a field of darkness and light fighting to dominate my mental screen. That was it. For what seemed like long periods of time, I would bear silent witness to a cosmic struggle between malicious, inky blackness and radiant, life-affirming light. I would, of course, be pulling for the light to win. But it never did. No matter how much I willed it, light could never maintain the field of view. Darkness would always come crawling back, invading the space and ultimately taking over. It was both exhausting and upsetting. Thankfully, at some point during early adolescence, the dream stopped, never to return. Looking back, I see it as no more than an immature mind's attempt to reconcile good and evil. I understand now that the world is not nearly that simple. Those two opposing forces do not actually exist. They are evaluations. Opinions. And yet, my mind continually tries to manifest them as being real. I catch myself doing it whenever I toggle back and forth between MSNBC and Fox News playing out their cable TV version of my childhood dream. The only difference is that I'm an adult now. I understand that Roger Ailes thinks he's on the side of the light. See more »

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