What Mom Season 8 Have For You?

The Season 8 debut of Mom wasted no time in revealing why Anna Faris' Christy Plunkett is no longer a part of the show. Faris has already stated that she will leave her main position on the smash CBS comedy to explore other endeavours. “The past seven years on Mom have been some of the most satisfying and rewarding of my career,” Faris said in a statement at the time. I owe a huge debt of gratitude to Chuck [Lorre], the authors, and my incredible coworkers for making this a genuinely unforgettable experieance.”
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A Summary of Mom Season 8

Bonnie (Allison Janney) has to adjust to life without her daughter and previous roommate Christy. She concentrates on her marriage to her husband, Adam (William Fichtner), and what she wants to be now that she has finally grown up, with a suddenly empty nest behind her.

Bonnie needs the help of her friends now more than ever, including the wise Marjorie (Mimi Kennedy), the rich and occasionally mistaken Jill (Jaime Pressly), the excessively emotional Wendy (Beth Hall), and her loudmouthed but kind former foster sister, Tammy (Kristen Johnston).

They work together to assist one other overcome their faults and remain sober in the face of adversity. The episodes are generally titled after two strange themes that are discussed in that episode.

How Did Mom Season 8 End?

Marjorie is being honoured as a “community hero” in Napa Valley, and her erroneous assumption that Bonnie nominated her causes her to ask Bonnie to be her presenter at the ceremony. Bonnie is planning a roast-style speech, which Adam considers to be a terrible idea. The group starts to have problems at the gala: Jill is sick, Wendy's courageous strapless dress leads to an embarrassing nip-slip episode, and Tammy is torn between looking after Jill and flirting with their party's gorgeous limo driver.

As a result, when Bonnie takes the stage, Marjorie is out taking care of her friends, and Bonnie abandons her plan to roast Marjorie in favour of speaking emotionally (and wonderfully) about how fine a person Marjorie is, and how she saved Bonnie's life and is the mother she never truly had.

Marjorie finds out later, and is even more moved when her son Jerry arrives late to the event (due to automobile difficulty) and tells her that he not only loves her as a mother, but that he was also the one who nominated her for the community hero award.

Jill realises that her sickness is related to her pregnancy, and she tells Andy, who is ecstatic for her and for the opportunity to be a father. Tammy assists the limo driver in driving everyone home, which leads in chaos. Shannon arrives at the weekly women's AA meeting, unimpressed by the stories she hears about how wonderfully everyone's life is going, and goes out into the rain.

Bonnie dashes outside and persuades Shannon to accompany her for coffee, where the group both shocks and inspires Shannon with their stories of previous incarceration, broken family connections, and homelessness.

Adam informs Bonnie that his doctor saw a probable tumour in his chest X-ray and that he need more testing to see whether he has lung cancer. Bonnie calls Marjorie to break the bad news, but she also receives calls from Shannon (who is battling her meth-abusing mother Jolene) and Jill (who is marrying Andy the next day at the local courthouse), and she can hardly keep it all straight.

Bonnie and Adam learn that he indeed have lung cancer, but it is manageable if caught early. They catch up with the rest of the gang at the courthouse for Jill and Andy's wedding.

Wrapping Up

Mom is the mother of all maternal sitcoms, and its unexpected demise stunned star Allison Janney, who disclosed the actual reason for the show's discontinuation on Wednesday night. “I'm depressed right now. I wish the authors had had at least another year to build up to the conclusion “On CBS's Late Late Show on Wednesday, Janney told James Corden.