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While Christy tries to get to the bottom of Violet's erratic behavior, Bonnie attempts to land a well-paid job.

Director:

Ted Wass

Writers:

Chuck Lorre (created by), Eddie Gorodetsky (created by) | 6 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Anna Faris ... Christy
Allison Janney ... Bonnie
Sadie Calvano ... Violet
Nate Corddry ... Gabriel
Matt Jones ... Baxter
Mimi Kennedy ... Marjorie
Spencer Daniels ... Luke
Blake Garrett Rosenthal ... Roscoe
Kevin Pollak ... Alvin
Ryan Cartwright ... Jeff
Melissa Tang ... Suzanne
Mary Pat Gleason ... Mary
Jim Piddock ... Kenneth
Alison La Placa ... Louanne (as Alison LaPlaca)
Beth Hall ... Janice
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While Christy tries to get to the bottom of Violet's erratic behavior, Bonnie attempts to land a well-paid job.

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama | Romance

Certificate:

TV-14
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Language:

English

Release Date:

20 November 2014 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

First appearance of Wendy, played by Beth Hall. See more »

Quotes

Christy: Violet, you're a smart girl, you can do anything.
Violet: Except make you stop talking!
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Crazy Credits

CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #472

I believe in reincarnation. Not in the traditional sense. My feeling is that I have lived many different lives within this lifetime. I've also observed that each new incarnation came about after a period of intense physical and/or emotional pain. In other words, just like childbirth, it hurts to be born. Or reborn. A lot of crying happens. Death, illness, poverty, divorce, giving up a dream, waking up from a dream, getting fired, divorce again, substance abuse, being publicly ridiculed by a former friend - all these things led to rebirth. To new lives.

The Buddha taught that change and impermanence is a fundamental fact of existence. He further point out that this fact made suffering inevitable. He didn't mention that sometimes, after the pain is gone, you open your eyes to a life beyond your wildest dreams. That's what happened to me. But I know that this too shall pass. There's a cosmic uterus up ahead, I just can't see it yet. See more »

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References It's a Wonderful Life (1946) See more »

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