Mom Season 6 Finale

Crazy Hair and a Teeny Tiny Part of Canada’ Photos

Christy (Anna Faris) has had difficult sober birthdays in the past, but this one might take the cake: Bonnie (Allison Janney) and Adam (William Fichtner) elope…without her. Check out photos from the season 6 finale, “Crazy Hair and a Teeny Tiny Part of Canada,” which airs Thursday, May 9…

“Crazy Hair and a Teeny Tiny Part of Canada” — Christy has trouble enjoying her sober birthday when she learns her sponsor, Nora (Yvette Nicole Brown), is moving away. Also, an argument leads Bonnie and Adam to make a hasty decision, on the sixth season finale of MOM, Thursday, May 9 (9:01-9:30 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Pictured L to R: Anna Faris as Christy, Beth Hall as Wendy, and Mimi Kennedy as Marjorie. Photo: Michael Yarish/Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. © 2019 WBEI. All rights reserved.


Crazy Hair and a Teeny Tiny Part of Canada’ Photos

MOM’s Christy (Anna Faris) finally got a win last year, but she hits a speed bump in the comedy’s season six opener. In “Pre-Washed Lettuce and a Mime,” Christy’s first day at law school doesn’t go as well as she hoped. Unfortunately, it shakes her self-confidence, and she has to figure out whether she’ll be able to tough it out. Check out some photos from the episode!

“Pre-Washed Lettuce and a Mime” – Christy has second thoughts about law school after a tough first day, and Bonnie is plagued by an upsetting dream, on the sixth season premiere of MOM, Thursday, Sept. 27 (9:01-9:30 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

Mimi Kennedy and Gemma Baker Preview Marjorie’s Breakdown

MOM’s Marjorie (Mimi Kennedy) has a breakdown in this week’s new episode of the CBS comedy.

“Marjorie is facing into what it is to be older,” Kennedy previews in the video below. “And as a woman, [being older means becoming] invisible…letting go of anything that has to do with our identity, that’s always a crisis.”

The tailspin has widespread fallout for the recovery group, who have become used to depending on Marjorie for everything. “It is one of my favorites we’ve ever done,” MOM co-creator Gemma Baker teases in the video below. “We’ve never seen Marjorie in this light.”

Though Marjorie has been put through the wringer in the past (cancer, her husband’s stroke, the group’s general mayhem), this storyline was one Kennedy had hoped they would explore. “I was so grateful they wrote that,” she gushes.

Want a bit more about Thursday’s episode? Kennedy and Baker tease “Spaghetti Sauce and a Dumpster Fire” in the videos below.Mimi Kennedy:

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