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      Season 1 – Oh Baby

      1998 Comedy Drama List
      Reviews Tracy is a successful career woman who longs to be a mom. When her boyfriend refuses to commit, Tracy decides she can't wait around forever for the right man to come along. Instead, she finds a good doctor and solves the problem scientifically. Finally pregnant, Tracy relies on the support of her best friend, Charlotte, and loving family to help her prepare for motherhood. Read More Read Less

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Aug 18, 1998 Pilot A single woman (Cynthia Stevenson) decides to have a baby through artificial insemination. With Joanna Gleason. Details Episode 2 Aired Aug 25, 1998 Picking a Donor Tracy (Cynthia Stevenson) follows a handsome man out of the sperm bank believing he is the donor for her child. Details Episode 3 Aired Sep 1, 1998 Becoming Your Mom Tracy decides to be honest with her mother even though Ernie warns her it may do more harm than good. Details Episode 4 Aired Sep 8, 1998 Logistics Tracy worries about her ability to care for a baby when her brother complains about the cost of child care. Details Episode 5 Aired Sep 15, 1998 The Vacation Tracy cancels her vacation with Charlotte to Mexico after realizing it may be expensive to become pregnant. Details Episode 6 Aired Sep 29, 1998 Timing Tracy (Cynthia Stevenson) meets a great guy after she's inseminated. Details Episode 7 Aired Oct 6, 1998 Dating and Pregnancy Tracy (Cynthia Stevenson) holds off getting serious with Rick (guest star Jack Coleman) until she knows for sure whether or not she is pregnant. Details Episode 8 Aired Oct 13, 1998 Telling the Office Tracy (Cynthia Stevenson) tries to conceal her morning sickness at work by using her boss's private bathroom. Details Episode 9 Aired Oct 20, 1998 Show and Tell Tracy (Cynthia Stevenson) realizes that Rick (Jack Coleman) is uncomfortable with her showing pregnancy. Details Episode 10 Aired Oct 27, 1998 The Hut Tracy believes her new assistant is out for her job; Tracy meets women who gave up their jobs to become mothers. Details Episode 11 Aired Nov 3, 1998 Friends and Doctors Against her better judgment, Tracy fixes up Charlotte with Dr. Bryan. Details Episode 12 Aired Dec 1, 1998 Anniversary Tracy (Cynthia Stevenson) confronts her family about her pregnancy during her parents' 35th anniversary. Details Episode 13 Aired Dec 8, 1998 Losing Your Nerve Tracy begins to lose her nerve about raising a baby alone as she approaches her seventh month of pregnancy. Details Episode 14 Aired Dec 15, 1998 False Alarm After Tracy has a false alarm, Celia and Fred both offer to care for her. Details Episode 15 Aired Jan 9, 1999 Lamaze Tracy fires Celia as her Lamaze coach and brings in Charlotte, who hits it off with the husbands in the class. Details Episode 16 Aired Jan 16, 1999 Dreams Tracy is given a shot at her dream of becoming a business tycoon when she's offered a partnership in a software company. Details Episode 17 Aired Jan 23, 1999 Daughter's Day Charlotte brings her daughter to work, which makes Tracy think about what kind of role model she will be for her own child. Details Episode 18 Aired Jan 30, 1999 Baby Shower Celia and Charlotte attempt to throw a baby shower for Tracy, but each has her own idea about what to do. Details Episode 19 Aired Feb 13, 1999 Romeos and Juliets Charlotte's daughter (Mimi Rose) seduces Dr. Bryant's son (Dublin James) when she stays with Tracy. With Joanna Gleason and Cynthia Stevenson. Details Episode 20 Aired Feb 20, 1999 Discrimination Tracy's landlord evicts her, considering the baby a second tenant. Details Episode 21 Aired Mar 6, 1999 Birth Tracy's water breaks during a romantic dinner with ex-boyfriend Rick; Celia thinks Fred's moving back in. Details Episode 22 Aired Mar 13, 1999 Birth Tracy gives birth; Celia's hopes of reconciling with Fred are dashed; Dr. Bryan proposes to Charlotte. Details Next
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      Previous Robert Lloyd L.A. Weekly Stevenson is a terrific actress who does with subtle movements of her very bright eyes and small but elastic mouth what some other comedians need five yards of stage to accomplish. Apr 5, 2023 Full Review Next
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      Season Info

      Director
      J.D. Lobue, Robert Berlinger
      Executive Producer
      Susan Beavers
      Screenwriter
      Susan Beavers, Lindsay Harrison, Don Woodard, Linda Mathious, Cliff Schoenberg, Bill Kunstler
      Network
      Lifetime
      Rating
      TV-PG
      Genre
      Comedy, Drama
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Aug 18, 1998
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