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October 21, 2021
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Mike, a Chicago police officer, meets fourth-grade teacher Molly one day when he speaks at an Overeaters Anonymous meeting and they fall in love, thanks in part to their mutual love of pie and the desire to resist it. Both face challenges in their quest to lose weight -- Molly from her slender sister and mother and Mike at the diner where he frequently eats. But having found each other, they will support each other as they try to achieve their goals, be it weight loss or Molly's decision to quit teaching and pursue her dream as a writer.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: September 20, 2010

Also Known As: Майк и Моли, Mike és Molly |  See more »

Parents Guide: Brazil (12), Canada (PG, 14A, PG, 14+) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

chicago, illinois

Company Credits

Production Co: Bonanza Productions, Chuck Lorre Productions |  See more »


Nick Gore
as Shawn
Brian Treitler
as Delivery Guy
Carol Lyn Black
as Birdie
Stuart Hilton
as Dave
Mark Fite
as Waiter
Jennifer Neala Page
as Patty
Claudia Doumit
as Freedom
LaMonica Garrett
as James
Michael O. Watkins
as Bar Patron
Timothy Colangelo
as Casino Patron
Steve Bannos
as Petros
Frankie Sims
as Upscale Restaurant Patron
Keisuke Hoashi
as Coroner
John Michael Higgins
as Dr. Gayle Rosen
Nicole J. Butler
as Nurse Carla
Odelya Halevi
as Waitress
Rodney J. Hobbs
as Duncan
Casey Washington
as Ramirez/Officer Ramirez/Robber #2
Michael Patrick McGill
as Officer #1
Michele Nordin
as Ms. Tierney
Jack McGee
as Officer Gronski
Larisa Oleynik
as Allison
Mike Siegel
as Marty
Jonelle Layfield
as Esmerelda
Aidan Lewis
as Kid #1
Leslie A. Hughes
as Receptionist
Joseph O'Connell
as Keith/O.A. Speaker/Random Guy
Kai Scott
as Kid #2
Tai Urban
as Laughing Student
Christopher Darga
as Charlie
Andrew Elvis Miller
as Geoffrey
Reginald VelJohnson
as Brother Heywood
Luis Fernandez-Gil
as Enrique
Price Carson
as Justice of the Peace
Peggy Miley
as Joan
T.J. Hoban
as Anton
Jerald Walker
as Jimmy
Annie O'Donnell
as Gladys
Shirley Claudia Charles
as Choir Member
Doug Cox
as Bingo Caller
Hana Mae Lee
as Soo-Jin
Carson Billingsley
as Trevor
William Mulligan
as Food Court Customer
Eliza Coyle
as Waitress
Brian Stepanek
as Voltaire
Bruce M. Stockert
as Man in Crowd
Alexandra Hoover
as Debbie/Woman
Cathy Fielding
as Jane Goodall
Ari Stidham
as Henry
Rachel Brett
as Babysitter
Mary Kate McGeehan
as Instructor/T.V. Announcer #2
Bob Bledsoe
as Luther
Joe Sobalo Jr.
as Dancing Gay Guy
Katy Mixon
as Victoria Flynn
Jeremy Timmins
as Nightclub Patron/Wedding Guest
Garry Knight
as Punk Trick or Treater
Saidah Arrika Ekulona
as Doctor
Karthik Srinivasan
as Clerk
Philip Anthony-Rodriguez
as Manny
Karen Malina White
as Paula
Katelyn Coon
as Young Molly
Jenny O'Hara
as Mickey
Chris Moss
as Club Kid
Betsy Zajko
as Crystal/Dispatcher
Ashley Morgan Kilbride
as Marcie
Judith Shekoni
as Dominique
Thompson Howell
as News Anchor
Amy Farrington
as Karen
Wally Wingert
as Santa
Robert Gant
as Kyle
Tim Conway
as Exhibitionist
Eddie Alfano
as Kevin
Lonnie Henderson
as Shirtless Club Kid
David Anthony Higgins
as Harry
Mike Jerome Putnam
as James
Ava Gaudet
as Raven
Christian Clemenson
as Mr. O'Donnell
Tyler Michael Brown
as Ted
Mark Edward Smith
as Mailman
Logan Kishi
as Diktrom
Reno Wilson
as Officer Carl McMillan/Officer Carl
Sarah Baker
as Stacey
Billy Aaron Brown
as Shia
Matt Battaglia
as Rob
Justin Lawrence
as Mark
Haley Tju
as Missy
Terry Myers
as Bar Patron
Jim Beaver
as Dwight
Dave Allen
as Tom
Andrew Pifko
as Priest
Margo Martindale
as Rosemary
Annet Mahendru
as Flight Attendant
Joshua Corley
as Community Center Parent
Matt Burns
as Gregory
Jeff Doucette
as Ben Franklin
Bubba Dean Rambo
as Dancer
Davenia McFadden
as Julie
Kevin Wayne Berger
as Abe's Dinner Fred
Jill Basey
as June
Dinora Walcott
as Nurse
Jim Jansen
as Mr. Williams
Gene Patrick Smith
as Diner Patron
Margaret Newborn
as Topless Woman
Carole Lazarus
as Midge
Alexander Arzu
as Harry Potter
Terry Finn
as Eleanor Roosevelt
Becky O'Donohue
as Charisma
Edie McClurg
as Paula Martin
Drew Annen
as Cubs Game Guy
Joel Murray
as Dr. Jeffries
Paul Hopkins
as Adoption Candidate
Ken Hudson Campbell
as Big Stain
Juliette Goglia
as Frannie
Mo Gaffney
as Helen
Gary Anthony Williams
as Emcee
Jennie Ventriss
as Old Woman
Alan Gray
as Galileo
Rico E. Anderson
as Man
Tucker Albrizzi
as Tucker
John O'Brien
as Waiter
Jennifer Hasty
as Jinny
Savvy Crawford
as Little Victoria
Billy Gardell
as Mike Biggs
Nosheen Phoenix
as Shyama
Phyllis Applegate
as Opal
Rondi Reed
as Peggy
Jenna Perusich
as Sasha
Rebecca Field
as Jill
Ryan Malgarini
as Matt
Christopher Baskerville
as Craps Gambler
Lubella Gauna
as Pregnant Cashier
Jon Polito
as Frankie
David Mazouz
as Randy
Christopher Aguilar
as Lousette
Jessica Chaffin
as Allison
Daisy Wetherholt
as Brittany
Rebecca Diaz
as Baby #1
Maile Flanagan
as Darlene
Cheryl Hawker
as Lynette
Shirley Jordan
as Receptionist
Kayden Kessler
as Aaron
Lisa Valenzuela
as Dolores
Kathy Nagler
as Dispatcher
CG Thomas
as Patron
Zachary Balagot
as Gary
Sasha Matthews
as Girl Pig, 4th Grade Choir
Michael Ray Escamilla
as Hugo
Dan Aho
as Steve
Jim Meskimen
as Robber #1
Kyle Chebbi
as Teenager #1
June Squibb
as Francine
Jim Holmes
as Dr. Wexler
Anoush NeVart
as Maid
Christopher Gehrman
as Clinton
Billy Stevenson
as Bryce
Jamie Denbo
as Officer Stoltz
S. Scott Bullock
as T.V. Announcer #1
Tara Nicole Hughes
as Dancer
Robert Pescovitz
as Man
Cole Sand
as Satchel
Chadney Brewer
as Abe's Regular
Kelly Mantle
as Steven
Stefanie Black
as Stephanie
Mark Roman
as Faculty Member/Young Thomas Jefferson
Melissa McCarthy
as Molly Flynn
Scott Speiser
as Bartender/Doorman
Jessy Hodges
as Maura
Laura Bailey
as Woman
Jesse Keen
as Shopper
Eric Christie
as Vendor #1
Deborah Steelman
as Woman with Baby
Don DiPetta
as Biker
Josh Braaten
as David
Vernee Watson
as Blanche
Jack Impellizzeri
as Officer #2
Elizabeth Sung
as Tammy
Rafe Calderon
as Jeffrey
Ron L. Palmer
as Basketball Fan
Eric Lyons
as Club Patron
Josh Dean
as Father Justin
Mather Zickel
as James
Gibson Bobby Sjobeck
as Batman
Sandra Rosko
as Bar Girl
Marilyn Zack
as Abe's Diner Patron #2
Gita Reddy
as Anna
James McElroy
as Jerome
Isabella Crovetti
as Cindy
Keong Sim
as Dr. Shufeldt
Kiara Muhammad
as Krystal
Diane Delano
as Isabelle
Mikey Evgen
as Kid in Class
Nate Mooney
as Oswald
Francis Guinan
as Jack
Stephen Mark Murphy
as Old Man
Nyambi Nyambi
as Samuel
Keone Young
as Abe
Matthew Parrott
as OEA Member
Gerald McRaney
as Captain Patrick Murphy
Marianne Muellerleile
as Connie
Lamont Thompson
as Andre
Jennifer Baxter
as Annette
Steve Hytner
as Principal Gilmartin
Richard Wharton
as Homeless Guy
Amelia Diaz
as Baby #2
Sonya Eddy
as Kay
Steve Valentine
as Xander Van Xander
Troy Doherty
as Teenager #2
Clayton Bright
as Bistro Patron
Eric Womack
as Detective
Beth Lacke
as Karen
Domaine Javier
as Bar Patron
Patricia Bethune
as Patty
Dean Chekvala
as T-Bone
Mary Wickliffe
as Voice
Doug Morency
as Driver
Lauri Johnson
as Ann
London Kirk
as Katie
Brenda Koo
as Kim
Mark Roberts
as Homeless Man
Cheryl Texiera
as Kathy
Susan Leslie
as Nurse Diane
Kevin Brief
as Al
Jason E. Barnes
as Entourage
Eva La Dare
as Police Dispatcher
Andy Mackenzie
as Niko
Chelsey Crisp
as Marla
Louis Mustillo
as Vince
Kiyanti Schlank
as Christmas Caroler
Cerina Vincent
as Desri
Jim FitzGerald
as Dealer/Stickman
John Charles Meyer
as Dylan
Michael W. Baird
as Workman - Voice Over
Sarah Elmaleh
as Isabelle
Suzie Q
as Jim
Sally Champlin
as Diane
Bee-Be Smith
as Writer
Coby Ryan McLaughlin
as Gianni
Cole Jensen
as Willie
William Sanderson
as Dennis
Zack Ward
as Donny
Benjamin King
as David
Mike Sweet
as LA Laker
Holly Robinson Peete
as Christina
Nicole Pettis
as Nurse
Cleo King
as Grandma
Sami Sillo
as Server
Diarra Kilpatrick
as Amira
Swoosie Kurtz
as Joyce Flynn
Hattie Winston
as Rose
Kaius Harrison
as Flannery's Bar Patron
Margaret Easley
as Dispatcher
Yolanda Snowball
as Salesgirl
Toni French
as Julie
Blaine Capatch
as Jester
Timothy 'TJ' James Driscoll
as Mustache Man
Susan Sarandon
as J.C. Small
Brian Gardell
as Guy in Food Court
Jennifer Dunn
as Jennifer
Wallace Langham
as Robert
Ryan Quinn Smith
as Little Boy
Jack Blessing
as Pilot
Laura Coover
as Rebecca/Cleopatra
Kathy Bates
as Kay McKinnon
Michael R. Robinson
as O.A. Speaker
Burl Moseley
as Ndugu
Elsie Fisher
as Fairy Princess
Leon 'Lee' Fuller
as OEA Member/Oea Member
Cici Lau
as Server
Regi Davis
as Vendor #2
Todd Bouldin
as Cafe Patron
Zoe Pessin
as Deanne
Maria Zambrana
as Diner Patron
Lynette DuPree
as Betty
Eric Allan Kramer
as Officer Seely
Brian Baumgartner
as Mr. Wisney
Brendan Patrick Connor
as George/Group Leader
Scott Parkin
as Challenger V.O.
Howard Hesseman
as Otis
Sterling Thomas
as Police Chief
Liz Martinez
as Parent
Patricia Belcher
as Rose
Rose Abdoo
as Madame Vianne

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2010 | 24 Episodes

Season 2

2011 | 23 Episodes

Season 3

2012 | 23 Episodes

Season 4

2013 | 22 Episodes

Season 5

2014 | 22 Episodes

Season 6

2016 | 13 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

Casting Society of America, USA 2011


Casting Society of America, USA

Outstanding Achievement in Casting - Television Pilot - Comedy

People's Choice Awards, USA 2011


People's Choice Awards, USA

Favorite New TV Comedy

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