Molly reminisces about a guitarist named Harry.
Molly celebrates her 40th birthday with Nina.
Molly sees an old friend; a woman makes predictions about the baby.
Molly's neighbors battle; Fred considers heading out West.
Molly and Fred attend the opening of Arthur's play.
Molly's first duty in her new job is to fire Bernie.
Molly spends several days alone with her newborn.
While friends gather for her shower, Molly goes into labor.
Molly imagines a perfect life.
With impending motherhood, Molly must also cope with tragedy.
Molly prepares for an opera date with her fiance.
Arthur, Flo and Fred bring Molly gifts.
Molly confronts her baby's father at dinner.
Molly finally learns the identity of the baby's father.
Thanksgiving dinner at Molly's turns hectic.
Molly has a strange Halloween.
Fred offers Molly the loan she needed.
Arthur visits; Nate takes Molly to dinner.
Molly incurs Sara's wrath; Molly and Fred visit.
Molly visits Nina and her baby in the country.
Molly breaks news of her pregnancy to Moss.
Molly breaks the news about the baby to Hawthorne.
Molly researches her book at the courthouse.
Molly needs a loan for the down payment on her apartment.
Molly wonders whether her baby's father is Nathaniel or Moss.
A pregnancy test causes Molly to panic.
Molly strolls with Davey and thinks of the future.
Molly frets over frequent bouts of nausea.
Molly has a strange dream before her first day at work.
Disruptions plague Molly's job; Nick the garbage man returns.
Molly and Davey seek Molly's attacker.
A fortuneteller predicts dire happenings for Molly.
Molly finishes Davey's book; Nathaniel takes Molly home for dinner.
Fred releases an album; Molly falls for a detective.
Molly takes the job at the publishing house.
Molly tries to understand her mother and Fred.
Molly's past haunts her as she ponders a job offer.
Molly searches for a job and meets her mother's beau.
New Year's Eve: Molly quits her job and has a blind date.
Molly's bike is stolen; she confronts Moss about their relationship.
Molly's new boss forgets he hired her.
Fred urges Molly to come see him play at a jazz club.
Suitors, past and present, bedevil Molly.
Molly's friend learns who robbed her apartment.
Molly finally meets the reclusive neighbor (Barnard Hughes) in 12-F.
Molly and family get several surprises at the reading of her father's will.
A bag lady's vulgar salutation ruins Molly's day.
A deadbeat who claims he's a relative moves in with Molly.
Her father's death reunites Molly with her brother.
After attending the theater with her family, Molly hears bad news.
Molly's psychiatrist tells her why she no longer wants Molly as a patient.
Molly meets a handsome police detective while consoling a friend who was robbed.
Molly acquires a witty, new piano student.
Molly loses her desire to write poetry after her teacher makes a pass at her.
Molly's former boss and lover withholds back pay to see her again.
Molly's 35th birthday leaves her with doubts about her life.
Birmanyi offers Molly a lucrative job with strings attached.
Fred calls Molly to the stage to sing with his band.
Molly's decision to see a psychologist evokes reactions.
Molly sees a psychologist after breaking up with the ideal mate.
Molly encounters her father with another woman.
Molly tells a friend she dwells on her ex-husband.
The garbage man invites Molly on a trip to the Bahamas.
Molly's amorous boss drives her to quit.
A divorced woman (Blair Brown) in her mid-30s copes with life's challenges.