In the second season of the hit comedy from Two and a Half Men’s Chuck Lorre and Mark Roberts, Billy Gardell and Melissa McCarthy play a working class Chicago couple (cop and school teacher) who find each other in the most unexpected of places. But falling in love is no easy task, especially when surrounded by friends and family who are just a little too close – and a little too opinionated.
Adjusting to life as an engaged couple, trouble arises when Molly wants to start planning the wedding and Mike wants to go fishing with the guys – in the season premiere.
Mike’s mom, Peggy (series star RONDI REED), is in for a big surprise when she celebrates her boyfriend, Dennis’s (guest star WILLIAM SANDERSON) birthday.
When Mike moves in with Molly and her family, he has to adjust from life in his bachelor pad to a house full of women.
Mike gets in hot water when Molly finds out he purchased Vince’s used car, a 1957 Chevy Bel Air, without consulting her first. Mike learns that as an engaged couple saving for their marriage, they now need to make financial decisions together.
Despite Mike’s good intentions, he adds fuel to the fire when he finds himself caught in the middle of a fight between Molly and her family.
Mike’s spooked when Molly’s boss invites them to a party on Halloween, a holiday he dreads.
Carl tries to make a love connection and get a date with an attractive woman (guest star HOLLY ROBINSON PEETE) who’s clearly out of his league.
When Mike encourages his mom, Peggy, to get a job, he never imagines how it will interfere with Molly’s life.
Mike’s been cheating…but not on Molly! As Thanksgiving Day approaches, Mike starts cheating on his diet and hiding it from Molly.
When Molly is overwhelmed with Thanksgiving preparations and wedding planning, she asks Mike to help, with mixed results.
When Molly gets disappointing news at work, she is thrown into a funk that threatens to ruin Christmas.
Carl is confronted with his fear of commitment when he and Christina attempt to take their relationship to the next level. Can he handle a serious relationship? His Grandma doesn’t think so!
When Victoria is arrested for various driving violations, Molly and Joyce ask Mike to help spring her from jail.
Joyce drives Vince crazy with jealousy when she agrees to have dinner with her ex-boyfriend.
When Mike realizes he forgot to make dinner reservations for Valentine’s Day with Molly, he gloms onto Carl’s elaborate holiday plans with his girlfriend, Christina.
When Molly learns that Mike hasn’t had a birthday party since he was 9 years old, she decides to throw him a surprise party. Meanwhile, Samuel dates a girl he met through an online dating service.
When Molly suggests that she and Mike write their own wedding vows, Mike gets worried – until Carl tells him to write his vows like he’s describing how much he loves lasagna!
When Peggy goes out of town, she leaves her beloved dog, Jim, with Mike and Molly, telling them it will be good practice for having children.
When Mike and Molly meet with the priest at Peggy’s church, Molly’s outspoken and forthright nature winds up costing them their wedding chapel.
With three weeks to go before the big day, Molly discovers that her wedding dress is too tight during her final fitting. Putting her dieting into overdrive, Molly’s about to have a meltdown.
When Mike’s dad comes to town early for his son’s bachelor party, Peggy decides she should attend Molly’s bachelorette bash – and proceeds to turn it into a raucous affair.
With only two days to go before the big day, Mike and Molly stage their wedding rehearsal – with disastrous results when it’s upended by their family and friends.
Chaos ensues on Mike & Molly’s wedding day as anything that can go wrong, does in the second season finale. Watch as they finally make their trip down the aisle and tie the knot.