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Christy is a single mom who, after years of questionable choices, is now sober and trying to get her life on track. She's tested daily by her newly sober mother, Bonnie, who is trying to make up for all the ways she's let Christy down. Christy is further challenged by her relationships with her own kids. Her daughter Violet is engaged to a man twice her age and her ten-year-old son, Roscoe, would rather live with his father Baxter, a former slacker who has only recently gotten himself together. To help her stay sober, Christy relies on her support system from AA, comprised of her sponsor Marjorie, her wealthy sponsee, Jill, and her emotional friend, Wendy. Christy tries to remain positive as she attempts to overcome her past and build a better future, but with her dysfunctional family and life's many setbacks, it's always an uphill battle.
Bonnie is furious when Christy's poor financial decisions threaten the family's living situation. Also, Christy agrees to help out Jill, a woman who is newly sober.
Christy convinces herself that everything is fine even though her family is basically homeless. Surprisingly, Bonnie is the one who tries to bring her back to reality.
In order to get the family back together, Christy and Bonnie rent a house with a colorful past. Meanwhile, Bonnie tries to broker a peace between Christy and Alvin.
While Christy tries to get to the bottom of Violet's erratic behavior, Bonnie attempts to get a job.
Christy has mixed feelings about Baxter's new relationship with Candace. Meanwhile, things between Bonnie and Alvin heat up.
Christy and Bonnie are in the lap of luxury when Christy's wealthy sponsee, Jill, asks them to keep her company on her first night out of rehab.
Christy is on a journey to right the wrongs of her past, but she has a blind spot when it comes to Baxter. Following Christy's example, Bonnie decides to come clean with Alvin about the terrible things she did to him over the years.
Family secrets come out when Christy and Bonnie are asked to join Violet's therapy session.
Christy's evening alone takes an unexpected turn when she meets her attractive, single neighbor, Andy. Also, Bonnie and Alvin's romantic plans are derailed by Alvin's ex-wife, Lorraine.
After realizing she's been a waitress longer than she planned, Christy takes steps towards a new career. Also, Bonnie and Alvin try to recapture their youth.
An unexpected death rocks the Plunkett household.
Christy does damage control when Bonnie acts out after the death of a loved one.
Christy is concerned with the way Bonnie is processing Alvin's death and tries to get her professional help.
When Christy gets promoted to manager of the restaurant, she discovers that being the boss comes with its own set of problems. Also, Bonnie has a nemesis in the building who wants her fired.
Christy discovers she enjoys sex most when there's a risk of getting caught. Meanwhile, Bonnie takes her new role as secretary of the women's meeting a little too seriously.
Christy and Bonnie are shocked when they discover how prison has changed their friend Regina.
Christy and Bonnie worry when they find out that Violet's new boyfriend is old enough to be her father.
Christy and Bonnie face temptation when Bonnie is prescribed pain medication for a back injury.
Bonnie goes to extremes to keep a major secret from Christy.
After Bonnie's relapse, the women from her meeting rally around to help her through withdrawal from painkillers, but Christy wants no part of it.
Christy and Bonnie's contentious relationship makes them unwelcome guests wherever they go.
Christy blames Bonnie when Roscoe announces he wants to go live with his father.
Sadie Calvano(Violet Plunkett)
Matt L. Jones(Baxter)
Mimi Kennedy(Marjorie Armstrong)
Beth Hall(Wendy Harris)
Allison Janney(Bonnie Plunkett)
Anna Faris(Christy Plunkett)
Blake Garrett Rosenthal(Roscoe)
Jaime Pressly(Jill Kendall)
William Fichtner(Adam Janikowski)
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