Molly is forced to make an important decision when she reaches a crossroads at her career.
Molly goes on a ride-along with Mike to get information about a crime novel that she's decided to write.
Molly has a "mind-blowing" experience when she goes to Victoria's workplace, a funeral home, to research her novel. Meanwhile, Mike sneaks a peek at Molly's writing when she's out
Molly meets her literary idol, J.C. Small, a cynic who advises her to write about things in her life that she wouldn't want people to know. Meanwhile, Mike invites his mother over for dinner in an effort to cheer her up
Molly believes her suspicious next-door neighbor is up to no good and recruits Joyce to help her spy on him. Meanwhile, the guys get together for a poker game and end up sharing their dreams and aspirations
Molly needs to adjust her spending habits on shoes if she wants to maintain harmony in her marriage
Mike decides he needs to live everyday like it's his last after being shot during a robbery. As a result, he tells Carl it's time for him to quit the police force
Molly decides to take a break from writing her novel and accepts a job as a forklift driver at Vince's warehouse, with mixed results
After having an article published Molly is determined to get Mike out of his routine. The pair end up eating, test driving cars and scamming a posh hotel.
Mike and Molly have a huge argument with Joyce about money and end up moving back into Mike's old room at Peggy's.
Mike asks Carl to replace him as Molly's dance partner at a salsa class, but gets jealous when he realizes they're having way too much fun
Mike urges a reluctant Molly to go see a therapist.
A confident Molly offers her wisdom to Samuel who now wants to be a standup comic. Meanwhile, Molly's advice to Harry causes him to challenge his protective mother
Victoria brings home a new boyfriend and the entire family wonders if he's finally "the one"
Molly meets the best buddy of her dreams when Peggy's childhood friend comes to town, but Peggy is not keen on sharing