Molly reminisces about the early days, when she was singing with a guitarist named Harry.
Molly celebrates her 40th birthday with Nina.
Molly sees an old friend; a woman makes predictions about the baby.
Molly is caught in the middle of her feuding neighbors, Ron and Ramona.
Molly and Fred join Arthur and Florence for the opening night of the play Arthur is producing.
Molly is "promoted" to a human resources position and she must fire her friend Bernie.
Davey and his son Jimmy disagree about work styles; Molly is home from the hospital.
Molly goes into labor while friends gather at Ron and Ramona's apartment for Molly's baby shower.
Molly fantasizes that she is not pregnant and is in control of her life.
Molly goes through tough times as she tries to cope with an unexpected tragedy and the idea of impending motherhood.
Molly and Florence go to the beauty salon to get ready for a night at the opera; Molly receives a wedding ring.
Molly and Ron, her neighbor and Lamaze coach, discuss childbearing with another couple.
Molly confronts the father of her baby, and when he proposes marriage, she accepts.
On the day after Thanksgiving, Molly finally learns the identity of her baby's father.
Molly (Blair Brown) holds a chaotic Thanksgiving dinner at her apartment.
Molly (Blair Brown) has an unusual Halloween.
Molly (Blair Brown) scrambles to get the down payment on her apartment.
Molly (Blair Brown) sees her baby for the first time on a sonogram.
Molly gets to know her new neighbors over a game of "Twist of Fate.".
Molly (Blair Brown) spends a hectic weekend with Nina (Maureen Anderman) and her baby at Nina's country home.
Molly breaks news of her pregnancy to Moss.
Molly finally tells Nathaniel she's pregnant, and that he may not be the father.
Molly spends a day at the courthouse with Nathaniel to research her book.
Molly struggles to find the money for a down payment on her condo.
While a pregnant Molly (Blair Brown) waits in the doctor's office, she agonizes over who the father might be.
Molly (Blair Brown) discovers that she is pregnant.
Molly finally gives her mother and Arthur Feldman her blessing.
Molly is worried by the frequent nausea she's been experiencing.
Moss Goodman, Molly's old boss from the bookstore, reappears.
Disruptions plague Molly's job; Nick the garbage man returns.
Molly and Davey (Blair Brown, James Greene) search for Molly's assailant.
Molly enlists the aid of a fortuneteller to sort out her feelings.
Molly finishes Davey's book; Nathaniel takes Molly home for dinner.
Molly begins to fall in love with black detective Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Molly (Blair Brown) accepts the position she's been offered at the publishing house. With James Greene.
Molly tries to understand her mother and Fred.
Molly (Blair Brown) is hesitant about accepting a job offer in publishing.
Molly looks for a job in the city; Molly's mom introduces her to Arthur Feldman.
Molly quits her sales clerk position at Goodman's Bookstore and goes on a blind date for New Year's Eve.
Molly (Blair Brown) encounters her old garbage man (Jay Tarses) who has had a recent good turn of fortune.
Molly begins work in a Greenwich Village bookstore, but her absent-minded employer doesn't remember who she is.
Fred's insistence that Molly watch him play at a jazz club causes discord between the divorced couple.
Fred (William Converse-Roberts) catches Molly and Moss (Blair Brown, David Straithairn) in a clinch; Dennis (Victor Garber) phones Molly from jail.
Molly asks Davey to help her get a new stove; Molly tries to talk Mamie out of moving to Vermont.
Molly finally meets the reclusive neighbor (Barnard Hughes) in 12-F.
Molly's (Blair Brown) family receives unpleasant news at the reading of her father's will. With William Converse-Roberts.
A bag lady (Tona Dodd) shouts an obscenity at Molly (Blair Brown) and it sets the tone for the rest of her day.
A deadbeat (John Glover), claiming to be a relative, moves in with Molly (Blair Brown).
After her father's burial, Molly (Blair Brown) renews her relationship with her brother (Darrell Larson).
Molly's night out with her parents and sister takes on a new meaning when she receives a phone call relaying bad news.
Molly's psychiatrist tells her why she no longer wants Molly as a patient.
Nina (Maureen Anderman) is the victim of a burglary; Molly (Blair Brown) has a job interview in a Greenwich Village bookstore.
Molly discovers that her witty new piano student is a Hasidic Jew.
Molly (Blair Brown) loses her zest for poetry when her unattractive instructor (Michael MacRae) makes a pass at her.
Molly (Blair Brown) tries to retrieve a commission check from her former boss and ex-lover, Dennis (Victor Garber).
Molly, Nina and Robin (Blair Brown, Maureen Anderman, Robin Pearson Rose) celebrate their 35th birthdays.
Molly's (Blair Brown) offered a lucrative job by Birmanyi (Kabir Bedi), but isn't sure about the fringe benefits.
Molly (Blair Brown) writes commercial jingles for her boyfriend (Peter MacNichol) and sings the blues with Fred (William Converse-Roberts) at a nightclub.
Unable to cope with her bittersweet feelings toward her ex-husband (William Converse-Roberts), Molly (Blair Brown) visits a psychoanalyst.
After breaking up with Blake (Charles Frank), her latest boyfriend, Molly (Blair Brown) visits a psychologist.
Molly (Blair Brown) is shocked to sees her father (Richard Venture) dining out with a woman who is not her mother (Allyn Ann McLerie).
Molly (Blair Brown) can't seem to get her ex-husband (William Converse-Roberts) off her mind.
Molly's mother (Allyn Ann McLerie) refuses to talk about her medical tests; Nick (Jay Tarses) invites Molly (Blair Brown) on a trip to Bermuda.
Molly (Blair Brown) quits her job when Dennis (Victor Garber) becomes jealous of her relationship with Birmanyi (Kabir Bedi).
Molly (Blair Brown) tries to deal with her caddish boss (Victor Garber) and a romantic client (Kabir Bedi).