Mike & Molly

Season 1 Episode 20

Opening Day

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Aired Monday 9:30 PM Apr 11, 2011 on CBS
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Mike changes a tradition when he asks Molly to join him and Carl at the Chicago Cubs' opening day.

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      • The Opening Day episode featured some "real world" continuity. The Chicago Cubs opened the 2011 MLB season against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Molly's scorecard had the visiting Pirates side facing the camera and a fan behind her had a Pirates hat on as well. Also the Pirates beat the Cubs, which was mentioned at the end of the episode.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Grandma: (about Mike and Carl) Good lord, the two of them might as well move to Las Vegas, get two white tigers and start a magic show.

      • Molly: Oh, that's where my Cosmo went.
        Mike: Yeah, I wanted to finish this article on finding the female G-spot. Gotta be honest, looks like a two-man job.
        Molly: Yeah, or a one woman job.

      • Samuel: Ah, baseball season again. You know, we had something similar in my country.
        Carl: No kidding?
        Samuel: Yes. One man stands in the field holding a large stick. Another man throws a stone at him. Then the man with the stick chases the man who threw the stone.
        Carl: Ha, and you call that baseball?
        Samuel: No, it's called "Stay away from my goats, you rock throwing bastards." Similar to your sport except instead hotdogs and beer we have droughts and starvation. Go Cubbies!

      • Mike: I had a pretty good week, I lost two more pounds. (the group applauds) And that was before I cut my hair, flossed my teeth and pulled a dust bunny from my belly button. Let's just call it an even three.

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