Cast and Characters
Cast listed in order of appearance.
- Anna Faris as Christy Plunkett (20/20)
- Allison Janney as Bonnie Plunkett (20/20)
- Mimi Kennedy as Marjorie Armstrong (20/20)
- Beth Hall as Wendy Harris (20/20)
- William Fichtner as Adam Janikowski (15/20)
- Jaime Pressly as Jill Kendall (20/20)
- Kristen Johnston as Tammy Diffendorf (20/20)
|"Audrey Hepburn and a Jalapeño Popper"|
|After being left to manage Adam's bar Christy attempts to implement changes. While he and Bonnie are away on their honeymoon, Bonnie goes to an A.A. meeting nearby and meets a woman in need.|
|"Pop Pop and a Puma"|
|Christy and Adam clash over an incident at the bar, leaving Bonnie in a precarious situation. Also, Jill's new boyfriend, Andy, has trouble finding a way to impress her.|
|"Goat Yogurt and Ample Parking"
|Christy is asked to perform questionable tasks for her demanding new boss, Veronica, and Bonnie has second thoughts about taking Adam's last name.|
|"Twirly Flippy Men and a Dirty Bird"
|Christy escorts a reluctant Chef Rudy to court-ordered A.A. meetings and Bonnie attempts to make Adam feel more at home in the apartment.|
|"Fake Bacon and a Plan to Kill All of Us"
|Following the sudden death of a friend–and A.A. member–Christy and Bonnie look for ways to honor her memory.|
|"Wile E. Coyote and a Possessed Doll"
|Christy tries to embrace positivity after having a meltdown and Bonnie gets a glimpse of what Adam was like before his accident.|
|"Pork Butt and a Mall Walker"
|Bonnie and Adam go on a double date with Jill and Andy. Tammy recruits Christy to mediate a sensitive situation with Marjorie.|
|"Hot Butter and Toxic Narcissism"
|Bonnie is angry that Adam has stopped listening to her, and turns to her therapist Trevor for help; Christy has a meet-cute with a guy whose parents own a car she backed into; Later, the women gather at Jill's to watch Footloose.|
|"Tuna Florentine and a Clean Handoff"
|After Tammy's parole officer grants her an early release from probation, Tammy struggles with how to live "rules-free"; Bonnie is giddy over giving Adam a leather jacket for his birthday; Jill is worried over her insomnia|
|"Higgledy-Piggledy and a Cat Show"
|Bonnie invites her troubled sponsee, Patty, to spend Christmas with her and Christy and is forced to relive painful Christmas memories when Christy recounts tales from her childhood to Patty.|
|"One Tiny Incision and a Coffin Dress"
|Christy and Bonnie help Tammy with a difficult decision when her long-lost aunt, Cookie, appears with a surprising proposition.|
|"Silly Frills and a Depressed Garden Gnome"
|Christy and Bonnie support Marjorie when she attempts to reconnect with her estranged son. Also, Tammy sees a different side of Jill when she begins working for her.|
|"Dammit Sandra and Viking Ancestors"
|Christy is troubled when sparks fly between Tammy and Chef Rudy. Also, Bonnie overreacts when her therapist, Trevor, accuses her of rejecting his help.|
|"Cheddar Cheese and a Squirrel Circus"
|After a successful kidney transplant surgery, Bonnie is concerned that Tammy's Aunt Cookie is taking her second chance for granted. Also, Christy tries to track down a handsome stranger she believes to be her soulmate.|
|"Somebody's Grandmother and the A-List"
|Christy helps Marjorie prepare for her first date since her husband's passing. Also, Bonnie's friendship with Jill is put to the test when a past indiscretion resurfaces.|
|"Judy Garland and a Sexy Troll Doll"
|Bonnie helps Christy gain perspective as she considers a life-changing decision. Also, Jill fears she's running out of time to have a baby and consults a fertility doctor.|
|"Beef Baloney Dan and a Sarcastic No"
|Bonnie suspects that Adam's sponsor has an ulterior motive. Meanwhile, Christy is caught in the middle when Tammy plays hard to get with Chef Rudy.|
|"A Judgy Face and Your Grandma's Drawers"
|Christy, Bonnie and the ladies step in to help when Marjorie babysits her granddaughter for the first time.|
|"Texas Pete and a Parking Lot Carnival"
|Bonnie worries about her therapist, Trevor, when his life hits a serious rough patch. Also, Christy comes to Marjorie's aid when she has trouble adjusting to a new job.|
|"Big Sad Eyes and an Antique Hot Dog"
|The ladies' friendships are tested when they live in close quarters during a sober retreat.|
- Kristen Johnston was promoted to main cast for this season.
- This season, though originally set to consist of 22 episodes, was cut short after Warner Bros. Television shut down production of Mom due to the COVID-19 pandemic, thus making "Big Sad Eyes and an Antique Hot Dog" the de facto season finale.
- Anna Faris (Christy Plunkett)'s final season and appearance.
|1||Audrey Hepburn and a Jalapeño Popper||6.25|
|2||Pop Pop and a Puma||6.28|
|3||Goat Yogurt and Ample Parking||5.78|
|4||Twirly Flippy Men and a Dirty Bird||5.81|
|5||Fake Bacon and a Plan to Kill All of Us||6.34|
|6||Wile E. Coyote and a Possessed Doll||6.20|
|7||Pork Butt and a Mall Walker||6.28|
|8||Hot Butter and Toxic Narcissism||6.06|
|9||Tuna Florentine and a Clean Handoff||6.07|
|10||Higgledy-Piggledy and a Cat Show||6.25|
|11||One Tiny Incision and a Coffin Dress||5.99|
|12||Silly Frills and a Depressed Garden Gnome||6.30|
|13||Dammit Sandra and Viking Ancestors||6.08|
|14||Cheddar Cheese and a Squirrel Circus||6.34|
|15||Somebody's Grandmother and the A-List||6.27|
|16||Judy Garland and a Sexy Troll Doll||6.28|
|17||Beef Baloney Dan and a Sarcastic No||5.82|
|18||A Judgy Face and Your Grandma's Drawers||6.35|
|19||Texas Pete and a Parking Lot Carnival||7.62|
|20||Big Sad Eyes and an Antique Hot Dog||7.14|
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