Mr. First Lady
Larry, Rachel and Hugh pitch their movie script for "Mr. First Lady" to Paramount, and they seek out Melissa McCarthy and Jason Bateman to lend star power to the project.
The Rat, the Cheese and the Trap
Larry, Rachel and Hugh make a powerful enemy at Paramount after being caught lying about Melissa McCarthy's attachment to their film project.
As Larry tries to get a secret side project going with Ben, Hugh and Rachel have a secret of their own. Group distrust leads to group therapy.
Call My Agent
When Melissa McCarthy learns Larry, Hugh and Rachel have cast her husband as the lead in "Mr. First Lady," she sets up a meeting for them with her producing partner.
Not The Emmys
Larry, Rachel and Hugh are going to the Annies, while all their friends are going to the Emmys.
Too Much Of A Good Thing
When it seems Melissa McCarthy's schedule will prevent her from acting in "Mr. First Lady," Larry, Rachel and Hugh enlist Kristen Bell.
Heavy Heart, Heavy Hands
With Ben and Melissa furious at them, Larry, Rachel and Hugh try to make amends by surprising them with a personal gift. Meanwhile, Hugh reconnects with an old friend: the beautiful Sam.
The Gilded Cage
Hugh’s romance with Sam heats up, which annoys Rachel but intrigues Larry, when he discovers that Sam is a successful film producer.
Devil In A Red Dress
Larry, Rachel and Hugh, at their most fractured, turn to another writing team for help: fellow Groundlings alums Jim Rash and Nat Faxon.
Hugh tries to make it up to Sam after she sees him and Rachel kiss during an improv routine at The Groundlings, and Larry seeks a writing partnership with Jim Rash.
Larry, Rachel and Hugh are thrilled to finally meet the acclaimed comedy film director Paul Skidmore, but horrified when he brings along his muse: Melissa McCarthy.
Bring Out The Champagne
With “Mr. First Lady” greenlit, Larry, Rachel and Hugh might finally get their chance to celebrate.
Open Dorf Policy
Larry, Rachel and Hugh attempt to bounce back after the disappointment of Mr. First Lady. Rachel meets Michael and Ethan’s new neighbor. A joke about a sitcom based upon Larry’s life becomes more than a joke when Ben and Melissa get involved.
Swimmin Pools, TV Stars
Rachel and Hugh write the script for Open Dorf Policy; Melissa will direct the pilot. An upset Sam leaves for Toronto, while Larry adjusts to living with his in-laws.
Page One Rewrite
Larry goes behind Rachel and Hugh’s back to rewrite a version of the pilot that Jen will like. Rachel has her first date with Mark-Paul; Hugh and Pat see Jen on a date of her own.
Melissa wants the script finished in time for a table read the following day, so Larry, Rachel, Hugh, and newly appointed showrunner, Dave, attempt to finish the draft while taking care of a sick Lois.
Rachel and Hugh enlist the help of Blaine Kaine to break some unfortunate news to Larry. Mark-Paul, Sam, Rachel and Hugh have a tennis double date. Larry is forced to move in with Pat after Jen kicks him out.
Rachel and Larry attempt to convince Kristen Wiig to play Jen in the pilot for Open Dorf Policy. Hugh is put in an uncomfortable position when an accident lands Sam in the hospital.
Sex, Drugs And Melissa McCarthy
Larry's past fling with Rachael Harris leaves Jen jealous, and he's mortified when Rachael joins the cast, so he seeks help from Mark-Paul Gosselaar to get her fired.
It's tape night for the newly revamped "Open Dorf Policy," and Larry’s scheme to get out of giving the cast and crew gifts backfires.
Rob in the Hood
CBS wants to make big changes to "Open Dorf Policy," and Mark-Paul asks Rachel to move in with him.
Alone Star State
Hugh joins Larry in Austin to teach an unauthorized “Groundlings-style” workshop, and Rachel joins Mark-Paul at the Independent Spirit Awards.
Getting a Sign
Larry and Jen's romantic night away takes an unfortunate turn, Hugh gets a sign after visiting a former flame, and Rachel questions her relationship with Mark-Paul Gosselaar.
Younger: What's in Store for Season 6
Younger: What's in Store for Season 6
From relationship and friendship drama to parenthood to new career endeavors, the new season of Younger packs a punch.