The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd Image
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  • Starring: Blair Brown, James Greene, Allyn Ann McLerie
  • Summary: Molly Dodd (Blair Brown) is a 30-something, creative woman who makes interesting career choices and struggles with complex relationships with men and with her family. Molly's best friend, Nina Shapiro, also makes appearances here and there.

    Each episode begins with someone close to Molly
    commenting on some facet of her personality or her life.

    Elements of magical realism run throughout the series, for instance, when Molly communicates with the ghost of a relative (to tell who would be a spoiler). Molly has trouble saying "no" to people, like her mysterious cousin Mike from Baltimore who moves in with her and stays longer than he's welcome. Molly eventually seeks therapy but is turned away by her therapist when she falls in love with Molly.

    Some of the most notable men in Molly's life are her father; her ex-husband Fred, a sax player who keeps returning to toy with her emotions; Davey, the elevator man in her apartment building; Moss Goodman, the owner of a bookstore, who is seriously socially handicapped but charming as all get out (on right in the photo); and Nate Hawthorne, a literate cop with severe allergies (on left in the photo).

    The show's creator, Jay Tarses, makes occasional appearances as Molly's garbage man, Nick.

    After the second season, the critically acclaimed but low-rated show moved from NBC to Lifetime, where it ran for three additional seasons.
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  • Genre(s): Comedy
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