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After Christy and Bonnie get Jodi, a recovering drug addict back on her feet, they find themselves addicted to the rush of helping others and take on a new "project": Michelle.

Director:

James Widdoes

Writers:

Chuck Lorre (created by), Eddie Gorodetsky (created by) | 7 more credits »

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Anna Faris ... Christy
Allison Janney ... Bonnie
Mimi Kennedy ... Marjorie
Jaime Pressly ... Jill Kendall
Beth Hall ... Wendy
Judy Greer ... Michelle
Emily Osment ... Jodi
Charles Robinson ... Mr. Munson (as Charlie Robinson)
Sonya Eddy ... Angela
Daisy Galvis ... Woman
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After Christy and Bonnie get Jodi, a recovering drug addict back on her feet, they find themselves addicted to the rush of helping others and take on a new "project": Michelle.

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama | Romance

Certificate:

TV-14
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Language:

English

Release Date:

19 November 2015 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Goofs

When Jodi knocks on the door, you can hear three knocks even though she only knocks twice. See more »

Crazy Credits

CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #510

For the comedian, comic actor or comedy writer, nothing inflates the ego like the sound of people laughing. Nothing crushes it like their silence. This gives the audience enormous power. It's why performers and writers use the word "kill" to describe material that causes an explosion of laughter. "That joke killed" is a way of saying that, for a brief moment, they were able to dominate and control people who otherwise might hurt their feelings. For a brief moment they are victors, not victims. It also explains why many critics, network executives and "cool" people remain stoic in the face of good comedy. Laughing out loud makes one appear vulnerable. Killable. These people are also defending fragile egos. Which raises the question, what happens to comedy when the human ego is removed? When laughter, or its absence, neither builds nor destroys this phantasm self?

Sadly, I wouldn't know.

"The only cure for vanity is laughter, and the only fault that is laughable is vanity."

Henri Bergson See more »

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References Charlie's Angels (1976) See more »

Soundtracks

Bohemian Rhapsody
(uncredited)
Written by Freddie Mercury
Performed by Judy Greer
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