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Toby uses every resource he has - from a night out with Seth to a visit to the American Museum of Natural History - to combat his loneliness.
The episode was rated 7.43 from 40 votes.
Toby tries to navigate the childcare crisis that Rachel left for him and learns of a new opportunity at work.
The episode was rated 7.32 from 57 votes.
Toby won't let Rachel's inconsiderate (and early) drop-off stop him from keeping a date with a woman he's met online.
The episode was rated 7.22 from 89 votes.
Toby meets Rachel.
The episode was rated 7.16 from 55 votes.
Toby tries to move on. Karen Cooper's case comes to a head. Toby, Seth and Libby attend a reunion party. Libby reflects on her past.
The episode was rated 7.14 from 14 votes.
Toby investigates Rachel's disappearance. Libby invites him on a trip to New Jersey.
The episode was rated 6.86 from 43 votes.
Last updated: jan 30, 2023
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