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Mike & Molly


Mike & Molly


Mike & Molly is an American Sitcom that is set in Chicago and follows the lives of two overweight people Mike who wants to lose his weight and Molly that wants to embrace hers. An interesting show that featuring the ups and downs they have to go through together after they meet at an Overeatinonymous group.

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