Mom (2013– )

Godzilla and a Sprig of Mint 

Christy's evening alone takes an unexpected turn when she meets her attractive, single neighbor, Andy. Meanwhile, Bonnie and Alvin's romantic plans are derailed by Alvin's ex-wife, Lorraine.



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Episode cast overview:
... Christy
... Bonnie
... Violet
... Baxter (credit only)
... Marjorie
... Luke (credit only)
... Roscoe (credit only)
... Alvin
... Lorraine
... Lee
... Andy
... Susan
... Carla


Christy dates a guy from her support group. At the next meeting he goes up and talks about how terrible the date was because all she did was complain about her mother. She wonders if she'll meet someone. She then meets one of her neighbors and goes to his place. He seems normal till she goes into his bedroom. Bonnie is having a date with Alvin and just when things are about to heat up, Lorraine, his ex shows up saying she wants him. And when she sees Bonnie there, she tells her something Alvin said about her. Written by

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Comedy | Drama | Romance





Release Date:

8 January 2015 (USA)  »

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Beverly d Angelo and Anna Farris also both co starred together in the 2008 romantic comedy "house bunny" See more »


Christy: Where are you going to be?
Violet: The library.
Christy: Make sure the "library" uses a condom.
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The things I have spent my life depending on are undependable. Because they are things. And things are, by their very nature, subject to change. This applies to people as well. People change. People leave. Inevitably we all leave. The world, therefore, is essentially an unstable, uncertain environment. That's why I choose to believe in, and depend on, an unchanging, eternal, omnipresent non-thing. I prefer not to call it God, because the very word tends to thing things up. So I try not to call it. I try to experience it. Easy to do looking out at the ocean. Hard to do looking up at the ocean. Easy to do when you look at a baby. Hard to do if the baby is next to you on a long plane flight. Easy to do when you look at a pretty girl. Hard to do if you were once married to her. Clearly what blocks me from transcendence is judgment. If I were able to suspend having an opinion on drowning, other peoples' baby's vomit, and alimony, if I could simply see these things as they are - actions devoid of meaning until I give them meaning - I could experience some semblance of union with the infinite sublime. I'd instantaneously transition from neurotic sitcom writer to one seriously badass guru dude. People would travel great distances to ask me for guidance with their personal problems. I'd wisely tell them "It is what it is." They'd judge this as being ridiculously inadequate advice and punch me. But I'd be okay with it because I'm, you know, exalted. See more »


References Gojira (1954) See more »

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