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Divorced mom Christine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) decides to move on after discovering her ex, Richard, has met someone new: another woman also named Christine. But first she concentrates on settling her son into an exclusive private school, where she runs into (more…)
Christine looks to “get one under her belt” after she finds out Richard has been with other women since the divorce. She meets a man (Andy Richter) at the grocery store, but regrets the encounter when he turns out to be the parent at Ritchie's school e (more…)
Christine allows a friend (Wanda Sykes) to set her up on a blind date, but she finds another man at the restaurant more interesting. Elsewhere, Matt takes Ritchie to a swimming class, but he first needs to learn how to swim himself.
Richard learns that Christine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) has a serious boyfriend and invites the two of them to dinner to apologize for being rude when he met the man. The evening brings up old memories that force them to reconsider their post-divorce relations (more…)
Christine reluctantly goes out on a blind date set up by new Christine, and is shocked when she is introduced to the man, since he is much younger than she is. But her resistance quickly melts when he begins complimenting her and suggests they sleep togeth (more…)
Christine forbids Matthew and Barb from seeing each other after she learns they slept together. But the pair, who are still trying to determine if they are indeed a couple, pretend to be inseparable to annoy Christine.
Even though Christine has been dating Burton for two months, she isn't ready to let him into her home to meet Ritchie. He insists, so she finally lets him in, but then he won't set up a date to introduce his son to her. Burton: Matt Letscher.
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- Birth Name: Julia Scarlett Elizabeth Louis-Dreyfus
- Birth Place: New York, New York, United States
- Birthday: January 13, 1961, Capricorn
- Profession: Actor
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