Mike & Molly

Season 1 Episode 3

First Kiss

2
Aired Monday 8:00 PM Oct 04, 2010 on CBS
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Episode Summary

Mike has a hard time dealing with Molly being better than him at something when they go bowling.

Who was the Episode MVP ?

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Another first.

    8.5
    I really like Mike and Molly slowly becoming a couple - it's the road to there that is quite interesting. However, even though they were great in their scenes, the person that stole the show as Carl's grandma - she was hilarious! I'm glad we'll be having her come as a guest star again in the near future.



    Joyce and Victoria were funny as always, even though I found Victoria's story a bit annoying at times. I guess her behavior makes this funnier. Mike was the weakest link with his ego being hurt after Molly beat him, and Molly was way more interesting.moreless
  • Erectile dysfunction?

    10
    After there horrible first date Mike desides to do something simple and take Molly Bowling, but Mike's Male Ego can't handle that Molly is a terrific bowler with much or any practice. This Leads to Mike being Mad at Molly, but soon goes to say he's sorry, but ends up saving the day during A Family Crisis.



    This wasn't the best episode, and the title gave away what was going to happen at some point in the episode. It had it's up anjd it's downs, but It was still fairly funny, and Mike & Molly is always a good time.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • When Mike is taking Molly home following their date, she mentions being able to see a Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, though that franchise actually has no locations in the Chicago area.

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Molly: She has been doing this her whole life. She gets mixed up with emotionally unavailable men and then wonders why they broke her life.
      Victoria: He's not emotionally unavailable, he's an alcoholic. There's a difference.
      Molly: (sarcastically) Oh, my mistake. Oh, he's drunk and married, that's a guy you can count on!

    • Grandma: (to Carl) I guess we know why you're in the bathroom alone on a Friday night shaving your hair with my Lady Shick. And I pray to God that's all you were shaving.

    • Carl: What happened?
      Mike: It was a complete disaster.
      Carl: Erectile dysfunction?
      Mike: No, I didn't even kiss her goodnight.
      Carl: So the penis is fine?

    • Molly: I finally got Sweeney Todd to bed.
      Joyce: How'd you manage that?
      Molly: I crushed up three Xanax and put it in her teeth whitening tray.
      Joyce: Well, it's all my fault she's so fragile. I was too hard on her growing up.
      Molly: Too hard? You breastfed her 'til she was five.
      Joyce: Well I-I would have done the same for you except you were eating corn on the cob before you had teeth.

    • Carl: So what you got going on tonight?
      Mike: Nothing really, I was thinking of asking Molly out again.
      Carl: Are you crazy? You can't ask a woman out on a same date.
      Mike: Why not?
      Carl: 'Cuz even if she's got nothing going on she's gonna tell you she's got something going on so you don't think she's got nothing going on when you call and ask her what's going on.
      Mike: So should I call her or not?
      Carl: Sure, you've got nothing going on.

    • Carl: Have you lost some weight?
      Mike: I have and thank you for noticing.
      Carl: I thought so. When you were bent over tying your shoes your wallet didn't look like it was trying to bust out of your ass.

  • NOTES (2)

    • This episode's end titles has Chuck Lorre's Vanity Card #296.

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Canada: October 4, 2010 on 'A'
      United Kingdom: October 18, 2010 on Comedy Central
      Slovakia: November 30, 2011 on Markiza
      Turkey: June 14, 2012 on CNBC-e
      Czech Republic: December 25, 2012 on SMICHOV

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Grandma: Hush up, black Gilligan.

      This is a reference to a popular TV comedy series Gilligan's Island, about a group of survivors on a remote island. It aired back in the 60s, and one of the main characters was named Gilligan.

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