Mike & Molly

Season 1 Episode 4

Mike's Not Ready

Aired Monday 8:30 PM Oct 11, 2010 on CBS
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Episode Summary

After the third date Molly invites Mike inside but he says no. But, she wonders why he turned her down.

Who was the Episode MVP ?

  • Women don't usually play the diarrhea card until they're done with you

    After yet another Mike & Molly date Molly finds herself ready to take the realtionship to the next step (or as Jersey Shore says it, DTF) but Mike isn't leaving Molly alone on her door step wondering what was wrong with her or what she did wrong, and leading to her breaking it of with Mike.

    This episode is the highest rated one on tv.com, but I disagree. Not that it was a bad episode, but there are better ones. This episode was well balanced. It was sad and funny. When Mike chaced after Molly I was laughing so hard, because I thought it was so adorable, but then when Molly called it off it broke my heart.

    All in All a Awesome Episode!moreless
  • Getting there.

    I've been mostly on the fence with this show, even though I always loved watching it, but this episode really managed to pull me over to the good side. Each person performed great in the episode, but the Flynn family remains the brightest spot on the show.

    Really, just the scenes with Victoria and Joyce and their comments on either Molly's dating or anything really is enough to crack me up. I just loved the "Are you stoned?" - "Aren't you?" comment. I'm sure I've heard it before on another show, but I just don't care.

    I also loved Mike making cracks at the fit guy on the losing-fat meeting; also, Carl and Samuel were better than usual today. An all around great episode this Monday.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Samuel: You go to my country - you get more action than an elephant's back.
      Carl: That's something to think about. Location, location, location.

    • Mike: You were right, she was lying about being sick
      Carl: Yeah, women don't usually play the diarrhea card until they're done with you.
      Mike: I thought she was was the one, Carl. I thought I was going to spend the rest of my life with that woman.
      Samuel: With the way you are breathing, that would have been just another twenty minutes.

    • Victoria: You know what I do if I'm with a guy that's not getting it? I pull out one of my boobs and start smacking him in the face.

    • Mike: So the motto "what happens on the beach stays on the beach" means nothing to you?
      Carl: You didn't keep it to yourself that time I pierced my nipple putting on my badge.
      Mike: I had to tell people. Everyone thought the smoke alarm was going off.

    • Carl: Now, correct me if I'm wrong, but that's like the third day, isn't it?
      Mike: Ah, yeah, give or take.
      Carl: So?
      Mike: So what?
      Carl: So who was given and where was she taking it?

    • Molly: Mom's taking a pole dancing class at the senior center and... and my sister - she could be handcuffed to just about anything right now.

    • Mike: I like round numbers.
      Molly: That's good 'cut you're kissing one.

  • NOTES (2)

    • This episode's end titles has Chuck Lorre's Vanity Card #299.

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Canada: October 11, 2010 on 'A'
      United Kingdom: October 25, 2010 on Comedy Central
      Australia: March 2, 2011 on Channel 9
      Slovakia: December 1, 2011 on Markiza
      Turkey: June 14, 2012 on CNBC-e
      Czech Republic: December 26, 2012 on SMICHOV


    • Joyce: (opening the door to find Mike, Carl, Samuel and Ndugu standing there) What is this, the little Rascals?

      The Little Rascals (sometimes referred to as Our Gang) was a series of short comedy films about the adventures of poor kids in the neighborhood. The series was later adapted to the big screen in 1994.