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Mike and Molly have to deal with several problems as they make their way to the altar.
Two days before their wedding, Mike and Molly arrange their wedding rehearsal which turns into a disaster.
When he realizes that he forgot to make dinner reservations for his Valentine's Day with Molly, Mike tries to piggyback on Carl's plans with Christina.
When Peggy goes out of town, she leaves Jim with Mike and Molly in an effort to have them practice what having kids will be for them.
Mike's birthday wish is to have his wife and mother get along, but Molly and Peggy butt heads more than ever as they try to plan his birthday party together. Meanwhile, Samuel and Carl compete for the same woman.
When Peggy breaks up with Patrick, Mike tries to reunite them; as a tornado reaches Chicago, Molly and Mike reveal important news to each other.
Carl, Mike and Samuel take a road trip to Memphis to meet Carl's mother for the first time.
Mike goes on a junk food binge to cope with missing Molly while she is out of town for a teacher's conference. Meanwhile, Carl contemplates leaving Chicago after learning heartbreaking news from James.
Mike is frustrated when Molly suggests they write their own wedding vows, and Carl comes up with an interesting approach to the task.
Molly throws Mike a surprise birthday party after learning he hadn't had one since he was a child. Meanwhile, Samuel tries online dating.
After getting disappointing news at work, Molly goes into a bad state which threatens to ruin Christmas.
Molly and Mike are left without a wedding chapel when Molly's attitude doesn't sit well with the priest.
Molly joins her sister on a spring break road trip to party with Victoria's friends from junior college. Meanwhile, Mike pulls strings with his boss to get special overtime assignments in hopes of making extra money.
Joyce's decision to have dinner with an ex-boyfriend doesn't sit well with Vince.
Mike is scared when Molly's boss asks him to attend a party on Halloween, the one holiday he is afraid of.
At Mike's urging, Molly grudgingly goes to a therapist.
Molly is so focused on directing a school recital that she doesn't realize a fellow teacher is hitting on her. Meanwhile, Vince convinces Mike to join him in an unusual money-making scheme.
In hopes of easing their chance to make a baby, Molly talks Mike into giving up caffeine and eating healthier, causing withdrawal issues for both.
Mike's special plans for Molly's birthday are put in danger when he unexpectedly eats psychedelic food made by Victoria's friend.
Samuel wants to be a standup comic. Meanwhile, Molly offers advice to Harry which leads to him challenging his protective mother.
Joyce bails when Vince throws out his back, forcing Mike and Molly to take care of him. Meanwhile, the newlyweds also have trouble writing personalized thank-you notes for their wedding gifts.
Molly reveals some juicy information about her past to Mike. Meanwhile, Carl and Samuel hold a St. Patrick's Day party hoping to meet women.
After learning that Joyce gave up her artistic talents when she became a mother, Molly decides that she and Mike need to pursue new hobbies before becoming parents, so they take up roller skating.
It has been weeks since Mike and Molly have been trying to get pregnant, prompting Mike to seek advice from Carl and Samuel.
Harry decides to ask Victoria out on a date for Valentine's Day, and she surprisingly accepts. Meanwhile, Carl and Samuel try to pick up women at the laundromat.
Molly meets her literary idol, J.C. Small, a cynic who advises her to write about things in her life that she wouldn't want people to know. Meanwhile, Mike invites his mother over for dinner in an effort to cheer her up.
Mike decides to take things into his own hands and find out if he is fertile enough to make a baby with Molly. Meanwhile, Vince starts working as a door-to-door vacuum cleaner salesman.
Molly couldn't be happier that she doesn't have to cook Thanksgiving dinner when Mike gets sick. But when Vince asks his brother to join them for dinner Molly pitches in. Being engaged for a year, Joyce decides to press Vince marriage. Carl takes Samuel with him to the Thanksgiving dinner at his church with the expectation of meeting some young women.moreless
Molly needs to adjust her spending habits on shoes if she wants to maintain harmony in her marriage.
An exhausted Molly wants Mike to help her out with Thanksgiving preparations and wedding planning.
Molly is put in a state of shock when she can't fit in her wedding dress just three weeks before the wedding.
When Victoria ends up getting arrested for various traffic violations, Molly and Joyce turn to Mike for help.
Mike is frustrated when Molly's Christmas spirit takes over and starts spending a lot of money. Meanwhile, Victoria new karaoke machine is the main attraction at the Flynn home, and Peggy forces Mike and Molly to spend Christmas Eve with her and the Captain at church.
Mike has no idea that encouraging his mother to get a job might cause drama for Molly.
Mike and Molly prepare to return home from their honeymoon, and Mike seems to be a changed man. Meanwhile, Carl is frustrated by not hearing from Mike, and Molly's family spend their last moments getting drunk before the newlyweds return home.
Mike starts construction on the basement in the Flynn house, but it turns out to be a more of a challenge than he thought. Meanwhile, Samuel becomes Carl's new roommate.
Mike decides to try for a detective position but, even with Molly's encouragement, getting ready for the exam stresses them both out.
Now that they are engaged, Molly wants Mike to commit to planning their wedding, but her idea is in the way of Mike taking a fishing trip with his friends.
Carl is in a state of panic when Christina wants them to take their relationship to a new level.
Carl attempts to get a date with an attractive woman he met at the diner.
When she realizes that her house is becoming too crowded, Molly decides to have a yard sale. Meanwhile, Mike and his friends take Carl for a fishing trip to help him get over his recent breakup.
Mike plans to live life to the fullest after getting shot during a robbery.
Mike finds himself caught in the middle when Molly argues with her family over Victoria's problems with men.
Mike finds himself in a tough spot when his mother begins dating his boss.
Molly discovers she has a rival at the police station, so she takes care of the problem in very Molly-like fashion.
Mike's dad comes to town early to attend Mike's bachelor party, which prompts Peggy to attend Molly's bachelorette event.
Molly believes her suspicious next-door neighbor is up to no good and recruits Joyce to help her spy on him. Meanwhile, the guys get together for a poker game and end up sharing their dreams and aspirations.
Following a dramatic argument with Joyce over money, Mike and Molly move into Mike's childhood room at Peggy's.
Peggy gets a huge surprise while celebrating the birthday of her boyfriend Dennis.
Mike keeps cheating on his diet and tries to hide it from Molly as Thanksgiving approaches.
Mike and Molly decide to try having a baby. Carl is upset to learn Molly has been spending time with his ex-girlfriend Christina.
Mike finally decides to leave his bachelor pad behind and move in with Molly and her family, but how will he cope living with a house full of women?
Molly is determined to get Mike out of his routine and tells him to embrace doing anything they want in life.
Following a disagreement with Mike at the mall, Molly goes on a shopping spree.
Molly is frustrated when she realizes Mike has a weird face on each of their wedding photos. Carl is worried when Christina's ex-husband shows up.
Mike and Molly plan their third anniversary party, which they do not intend to include Carl in.
Molly has a "mind-blowing" experience when she goes to Victoria's workplace, a funeral home, to research her novel. Meanwhile, Mike sneaks a peek at Molly's writing when she's out.
Molly plans a party after hearing that Peggy is suddenly retiring.
Molly hates her draft of the novel she's working on and decides to take a break, but now she needs to decide on something else to occupy her time.
Molly decides writing a crime novel will be her new career, so she goes on a ride-along with Mike to research a book she wants to pen.
Molly faces a dilemma when her publisher asks her to make a provocative change to her book.
Molly makes a huge decision to stop her career as a teacher and delve into writing.