Mike & Molly

Season 1 Episode 13

Mike Goes to the Opera

Aired Monday 8:30 PM Jan 03, 2011 on CBS
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Episode Summary

While out on a night of opera, Mike gets sick, and Molly has to fight Mike's mom over who will take care of him.

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Mike: It will be fine. Just drive slow, avoid the speed bumps and if we have to chase down any perps on foot, you may have to go alone.
        Carl: So I won't be able to count on your normal lightning speed and cat-like reflexes?

      • Carl: (to Mike) You're sweating like a hooker in church. A fully hydrated 300-pound hooker.

      • Joyce: So you finally suckered him into taking you to the opera, huh. Does he know that Elmer Fudd is not in it?

      • Joyce: How are things at the mortuary today, pumpkin?
        Victoria: Pretty quiet. Holiday suicide season is over so we're back to just old people and slow pedestrians.
        Joyce: Well don't despair. Valentine's Day is just around the corner.
        Victoria: Yeah. Jilted lovers season. Always good for a couple of bridge jumpers or someone taking a lonely bath with a blowdryer. It's almost impossible to get their hair to stay down.

      • Samuel: Are we slimming down for the swimsuit competition?
        Mike: You realize I carry a gun?
        Samuel: I am from Africa - the dogs have guns.

    • NOTES (2)

      • This episode's end titles has Chuck Lorre's Vanity Card #322.

      • Original International Air Dates:
        Canada: January 3, 2011 on CTV
        United Kingdom: February 14, 2011 on Comedy Central
        Slovakia: December 16, 2011 on Markiza
        Turkey: July 19, 2012 on CNBC-e
        Czech Republic: January 4, 2013 on SMICHOV

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • (watching the opera and getting bored)
        Mike: God, where is John Wilkes Booth when you need him?

        John Wilkes Booth (1838–1865) was an American actor that assassinated President Abraham Lincoln while in Ford's Theatre in Washington.