List of The Big C episodes
The Big C is a Showtime original series created by Darlene Hunt and starring Laura Linney. She plays a reserved, fortysomething, suburban wife and mother whose recent cancer diagnosis forces her to shake up her life and find hope, humor and the light side of a dark situation, while managing her immature but well-meaning husband, played by Oliver Platt.
A total of 40 episodes of The Big C were aired over four seasons, between August 16, 2010 and May 20, 2013.
The runtime was 27-minutes for seasons 1 through 3, and one-hour for season 4. In syndication, season 4 was recut into half-hour episodes (identified as part 1 and part 2).
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||13||August 16, 2010||November 15, 2010|
|2||13||June 27, 2011||September 26, 2011|
|3||10||April 8, 2012||June 17, 2012|
|4||4||April 29, 2013||May 20, 2013|
Season 1 (2010)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers|
|1||1||"Pilot"||Bill Condon||Darlene Hunt||August 16, 2010||1.16|
|After being diagnosed with melanoma, Cathy Jamison decides to build a pool in her backyard, much to the chagrin of her older curmudgeonly neighbor, Marlene. Cathy’s son, Adam, plays pranks on her while her husband Paul tries to get back in her good graces. Cathy also tries to reconnect with her willfully homeless brother Sean, and devises a weight-loss plan for Andrea, one of her summer school students.|
|2||2||"Summer Time"||Michael Engler||Darlene Hunt||August 23, 2010||1.07|
|Cathy finds out from Dr. Todd just how little time she has left to live, and for the first time in her life, starts to appreciate her body. Paul tries to make sense of his wife's request to live apart from each other for the summer by signing up for couples therapy. Adam, desperate to get away from his mother, attempts to sneak off to soccer camp without her finding out.|
|3||3||"There's No C in Team"||Michael Engler||Jenny Bicks||August 30, 2010||0.875|
|When Cathy's attempts to connect with the people closest to her fails, she signs up for a well-meaning but most overbearing cancer support group. Adam rebuffs Cathy's attempts to connect with him, so she decides to put together a dinner party with Andrea, Sean and Daphne. Meanwhile, Paul tries to win back his wife's love with a romantic gesture. Marlene discovers that Cathy has cancer.|
|4||4||"Playing the Cancer Car"||Craig Zisk||Mark Kunerth||September 13, 2010||0.874|
|Cathy, eager to try on a carefree, impulsive persona, drains her 401K buys a convertible and imagines what life would be like if she were to date Dr. Todd. Paul gets back into rugby and Sean goes to great lengths to knock out a tooth without the help of a dentist. Meanwhile, Adam gets caught stealing and is very surprised when Marlene comes to his aid, until he finds out there are some strings attached.|
|5||5||"Blue-Eyed Iris"||Craig Zisk||Cara DiPaolo||September 20, 2010||0.709|
|Cathy and Andrea are interested in the same man. Sean attempts to fight the local city council. Cathy worries about Adam maturing sexually.|
|6||6||"Taking Lumps"||Alan Poul||Toni Kalem||September 27, 2010||0.728|
|Cathy panics and ends her affair with Lenny. In the meantime, Paul returns so that he and Adam can participate in a father-son race and the Jamisons end up rebonding as a family.|
|7||7||"Two for the Road"||Alan Poul||Hilly Hicks, Jr.||October 4, 2010||0.624|
|Cathy decides to visit her father. Her brother Sean comes along to retrieve the time capsule from their family's backyard. Paul is left alone with Adam for a boys' weekend.|
|8||8||"Happy Birthday, Cancer"||Tricia Brock||Darlene Hunt||October 11, 2010||0.741|
|Cathy calls on a trip with Lenny. At home, Paul throws her a surprise birthday party. Cathy's college roommate/best friend Rebecca (Cynthia Nixon) comes to town and winds up having sex with Sean.|
|9||9||"The Ecstasy and the Agony"||Tricia Brock||Story by : Jenny Bicks |
Teleplay by : Hilly Hicks, Jr.
|October 18, 2010||0.607|
|Cathy is seen having sex with Lenny by Paul. Adam goes to a party and has to drive an intoxicated Paul home. They get into a car accident and at the hospital Paul calls for a divorce. Meanwhile, Sean sets Marlene up with someone.|
|10||10||"Divine Intervention"||Michael Lehmann||Mark Kunerth||October 25, 2010||0.705|
|Andrea lies to Cathy about her home life, eager to get revenge for Cathy having a relationship with Lenny, on whom Andrea had a crush. Cathy discovers the truth and tries to reconnect with her spiritual side. Cathy tells Paul about her illness.|
|11||11||"New Beginnings"||Michael Lehmann||Cara DiPaolo||November 1, 2010||0.966|
|Cathy, Marlene, and Rebecca (who has recently broken up with Sean) have lunch at a ladies' club. Cathy learns of Marlene's Alzheimer's and considers bee sting therapy to cure her cancer.|
|12||12||"Everything That Rises Must Converge"||Michael Engler||Jenny Bicks||November 8, 2010||0.800|
|Cathy and Dr. Todd go to Canada to seek out the Bee Man (Liam Neeson) for his non-traditional bee sting therapy. While Adam is doing chores at Marlene's, Marlene (under influence of Alzheimer's) aims a gun at him and orders him out of her house; after realizing what she has done, she shoots herself.|
|13||13||"Taking the Plunge"||Michael Engler||Darlene Hunt||November 15, 2010||0.957|
|In the wake of Marlene's suicide, Cathy decides to go through with Interleukin-2 cancer treatment taking into account all the risks & side effects. Rebecca tells Sean that she is pregnant with his child.|
Season 2 (2011)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers|
|14||1||"Losing Patients"||Michael Engler||Darlene Hunt||June 27, 2011||0.891|
|It is now fall in Minnesota and Cathy has gone through two sets of treatment, to no avail. As her condition looms over her, Marlene's ghost haunts her reminding her of how delicate life is. Paul and Cathy's marriage is seemingly back on track as he waits on her but is hurt when he learns of her kiss with Dr. Todd, leading to an altercation. Cathy reveals her cancer to Rebecca, who tells Sean in an effort to be close to him. Sean is hurt and angry with Cathy for keeping her cancer a secret. Meanwhile, Adam has been seeing a shrink but simply wishes to be with his friends. Cathy and Paul then seek out the help of Dr. Atticus Sherman, whom they are told has had success curing people with Cathy's advanced stage of cancer.|
|15||2||"Musical Chairs"||Michael Engler||Jenny Bicks||July 4, 2011||0.583|
|Cathy sees Dr. Sherman (Alan Alda) and is excited to get into his latest medical trial only to learn it's full. Rebecca continues to try to get Sean to sleep in the house with her, as she begins to wear Cathy out planning parties and focusing on things other than her cancer. A spot opens up in Dr. Sherman's trial though Cathy is saddened to learn its only opened because a woman died, shaking her confidence in Dr. Sherman. Cathy returns to work to discover everyone knows of her condition, making her feel awkward though Andrea treats her with the same rudeness Cathy likes. She throws a baby shower for Rebecca, she and Sean make up, and Cathy regains her belief that Dr. Sherman's trial can help.|
|16||3||"Sexual Healing"||Miguel Arteta||Mark Kunerth||July 11, 2011||0.528|
|Cathy and Paul experience frustrations in bed and with the help of their new house mate Andrea, realize they need to set some patient–caregiver limits; Rebecca is put off by the newly medicated Sean; unsatisfied by his physical relationship with Mia, Adam turns to another girl, Emily (Emily Kinney).|
|17||4||"Boo!"||Miguel Arteta||Cara DiPaolo||July 18, 2011||0.617|
|Cathy is intrigued by Lee (Hugh Dancy), a fellow cancer patient she meets on the first day of her clinical trial; Adam's downward spiral continues with a fight at school and refusal to take responsibility for his actions with Emily (Emily Kinney); Sean is worried that his new house is haunted.|
|18||5||"Cats and Dogs"||Jennifer Getzinger||Melanie Marnich||July 25, 2011||0.506|
|After Paul's position is eliminated, Cathy decides to sell her jewelry and meets Lee on her way to the pawn shop. Adam gets into a situation, turning to his uncle for help. Sean is kicked out of a local park after approaching mothers for their babies to test out his homemade baby sling.|
|19||6||"The Little c"||Jennifer Getzinger||Hilly Hicks, Jr.||August 1, 2011||0.572|
|Adam's shocking indiscretion threatens Cathy's new job as a swim coach; sparks fly between Andrea and Myk, a Ukrainian coworker that Paul is mentoring; Sean seeks advice on taking the "next step" with Rebecca.|
|20||7||"Goldilocks and the Bears"||Michael Engler||Cusi Cram||August 8, 2011||0.492|
|Lee takes Cathy to a Tibetan doctor to deal with her high blood pressure. Feeling jealous of Lee, Paul takes Cathy and Lee out for an evening, while Adam interferes with Andrea's date.|
|21||8||"The Last Thanksgiving"||Michael Engler||Darlene Hunt||August 15, 2011||0.527|
|Cathy invites friends and family to a Thanksgiving dinner, but a long-hidden secret she brings to light causes trouble.|
|22||9||"A Little Death"||Ryan Fleck & Anna Boden||Jenny Bicks||August 22, 2011||0.624|
|Rebecca deals with the grief over her miscarriage in an unexpected way which leads Cathy to reconnect with old friends; Andrea's relationship with Myk heats up; Adam is taken by surprise when he finally meets the girl he's been chatting with in an online cancer support group, who proves to be a middle aged woman named Poppy (Parker Posey).|
|23||10||"How Do You Feel?"||Anna Boden & Ryan Fleck||Mark Kunerth||August 29, 2011||0.704|
|Cathy helps Lee check a few items off his "bucket list;" Poppy takes Adam to her high school reunion; a distraught Sean takes issue with his new neighbors. When she realizes that Lee is losing hope in regard to the trial she tries to convince him to fight for his life, to no avail. Reaching a low point after getting new neighbors with a new baby girl, Sean runs off. Adam and Poppy's friendship deepens.|
|24||11||"Fight or Flight"||Craig Zisk||Cara DiPoalo & Melanie Marnich||September 12, 2011||0.535|
|Cathy and Lee (after making up) go in search of Sean. Adam also looks for his uncle and comes across some of his hobo pals, but after thinking a dead hobo could have been Sean, he rebuffs them. Lee drops out of the trial, despite Cathy's protests. Myk proposes to Andrea and she happily accepts. Cathy and Paul attend dinner at Dr. Sherman's house, and Paul's addiction to cocaine worsens.|
|25||12||"The Darkest Day"||Craig Zisk||Jenny Bicks||September 19, 2011||0.454|
|Cathy is asked by Dr. Sherman to attend a university class as a guest but is put off after hearing how cold some of the students are. As they prepare to jet off to Italy, Cathy tries to convince Andrea to call off her engagement and come with them. Paul then learns that despite Myk's declarations of love he is really marrying Andrea for a green card. Adam discovers Poppy has been lying to him about who she is, ending their friendship. Lee calls Cathy to come see him. Upon their reunion he soon dies, devastating Cathy and causing her family to miss their flight. Paul exposes Myk to Andrea who then turns him into the INS. Sean then returns home.|
|26||13||"Crossing the Line"||Michael Engler||Darlene Hunt||September 26, 2011||0.431|
|Cathy decides to run, in Lee's memory, the marathon he had been planning to do. Paul fights with his health insurance provider over a scan for Cathy after quitting work, due to a random drug test. His addiction is exposed. Dr. Todd is revealed to have moved on from his ex-girlfriend and feelings for Cathy. Sean makes up for lost time. Adam and Mia rekindle their relationship after it is revealed he has been sincerely apologizing to her for the way he acted. As Cathy approaches the finish line of her marathon she sees her friends and family (including Marlene and Lee) standing waiting for her; then Adam remarks how Paul isn't yet there. Cathy collapses and begins to sob as she sees Paul's spirit standing with Lee and Marlene. Paul is then shown to have suffered a heart attack, with paramedics racing to revive him.|
Season 3 (2012)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers|
|27||1||"Thin Ice"||Michael Engler||Darlene Hunt||April 8, 2012||0.581|
|Three weeks after the previous season finale, Paul is revealed to have survived his heart attack and the near death experience has pushed him and Cathy to ask Sean to be Adam's guardian in the event of their deaths. Andrea, having returned from visiting her parents, has developed a strong sense of black identity. Cathy's treatments continue to work, but seeing that Paul could have died she has decided to "live life on the edge" once again and has become a patron at the Naked Turtle Pub, where she smokes, drinks, goes by the name Alexis, and flirts with the bartender.|
|28||2||"What's Your Story?"||Michael Engler||Mark Kunerth||April 15, 2012||0.465|
|Adam is humiliated to find out about the transgressions of his parents. Cathy gets Sean a job at the school. Andrea attempts to revive the Black Students Association. Adam joins the school bible group and meets a cute girl named Jessie. Cathy shows up to work inebriated. Sean hooks up a phone line at his home and later finds out about the last person who had the number. Cathy gets a tattoo.|
|29||3||"Bundle of Joy"||Adam Bernstein||Jenny Bicks||April 22, 2012||0.442|
|Valentine's Day at the Jamison household is eventful. Paul & Cathy go on a 2-day retreat to meet life coach Joy Kleinman, a "joyologist" who beat cancer. Adam attends a Christian rock concert with Jessie. Sean and Andrea share a Valentine's Day dinner at a restaurant, pretending to be a couple who then have to improvise during dessert. Cathy tells Paul she wants to have another child.|
|30||4||"Family Matters"||Adam Bernstein||Cara DiPaolo||April 29, 2012||0.429|
|Sean is harassed by a stalker: the irate previous owner of his phone number, who accuses Sean of stealing his business. Both Adam and Sean are upset about Cathy's wishes to have another child. Cathy's cancer becomes a stumbling block to her wanting to adopt a baby. Adam starts to see Jessie's wild side. Cathy & Paul attend Joy's lecture, who then introduces Paul up on stage to tell people of his heart attack experience. Cathy & Paul get a surprise offer.|
|31||5||"Face Off"||Jennifer Getzinger||Melanie Marnich||May 6, 2012||0.483|
|Paul & Cathy meet a young couple, Scott & Maxine, willing to give up their unborn baby for adoption. Andrea helps Paul try to improve his image before his big debut as a motivational speaker. Cathy tries too hard at showcasing her and Paul's parenting skills, much to Adam's disapproval. Paul has a rough speaking debut but then recovers by "flipping that switch", prompting an appealing offer from Joy.|
|32||6||"Life Rights"||Jennifer Getzinger||Hilly Hicks, Jr.||May 13, 2012||0.417|
|Sean gives Cathy an appropriate present for her upcoming arrival. Scott has an idea to improve the baby room. Sean catches Adam in a compromising position. Joy introduces Paul to a Hollywood producer, who wants to make a movie about Paul's life but whose planned storyline upsets Cathy. Sean meets one of his phone clients in person. Cathy takes home renovation matters into her own hands.|
|33||7||"How Bazaar"||Jann Turner||Cusi Cram||May 20, 2012||0.450|
|Cathy increases her level of generosity toward Scott & Maxine. Adam does his part in donating items for the church bazaar. Sean starts a new relationship. Paul and Andrea join Joy on a speaking engagement in Omaha. Joy invites Paul to Puerto Rico for Easter for some further professional (and personal) development. Cathy takes up target shooting to address her frustrations. Cathy stumbles upon a deception.|
|34||8||"Killjoy"||Jann Turner||Mark Kunerth||June 3, 2012||0.589|
|Cathy delivers an ultimatum to Scott & Maxine. Cathy takes up smoking pot. Paul contemplates an affair with Joy. Andrea expresses her concern about Joy's advances toward Paul to Cathy. Sean's latest relationship blows up. Paul finds out about Cathy's double life at the Naked Turtle Pub. Cathy confronts Joy but warns Cathy about her negativity before parting ways.|
|35||9||"Vaya Con Dios"||Michael Engler||Jenny Bicks||June 10, 2012||0.499|
|The Jamisons, along with Andrea and Sean, go off to Puerto Rico for Paul's speaking engagement. Paul realizes that he has big shoes to fill in replacing Joy, becoming a prima donna to Andrea. Sean meets a new love at a scuba diving lesson. Cathy freaks out in the water, remembering a traumatic event (from episode "Thin Ice"). Paul's frustrations finally come out into the open to Cathy. Cathy discovers the full extent of the effect Adam's bible study group. Dr. Sherman phones Cathy with the latest results of her progress. Sean loses Cathy while going scuba diving.|
|36||10||"Fly Away"||Michael Engler||Darlene Hunt||June 17, 2012||0.445|
|Cathy gets caught in a fishing net scuba diving alone, later urging the fisherman who caught her to take her back to San Juan, even though he speaks no English. Paul becomes an overwhelming success as a motivational speaker. Adam and Andrea attend the San Juan Good Friday parade. Paul picks up a woman using the same double identity idea Cathy used at the Naked Turtle Pub. Sean decides to rescue Cathy on his own. Cathy makes a life turning decision.|
Season 4: Hereafter (2013)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers|
|37||1||"Quality of Life"||Michael Engler||Darlene Hunt||April 29, 2013||0.238|
|After the events of the previous season, Cathy's tumors continued to grow and caused brain problems that required surgery. She and Paul are distant as a result of his asking for a divorce. Adam is failing chemistry, while Paul finds a new career as a motivational speaker. Cathy decides to stop chemotherapy treatment, knowing she will die regardless and has Adam open all the presents she bought for his future birthdays. Andrea has trouble in college.|
|38||2||"You Can't Take It with You"||Jann Turner||Cara DiPaolo & Melanie Marnich||May 6, 2013||0.253|
|Paul decides to make amends with Cathy who ponders if he will remarry following her death. Sean decides to donate a kidney to a stranger. Andrea struggles in her college fashion classes. Cathy sets Paul up with another cancer widow. Adam struggles to pass chemistry and Cathy hires a tutor. The female tutor wants to lose her virginity before attending college and convinces Adam to have sex in a janitor's closet at school.|
|39||3||"Quality of Death"||Richard Heus||Jenny Bicks||May 13, 2013||0.251|
|Cathy decides to go live at a hospice, which upsets the whole family. Sean debates his organ donation options, while Andrea designs a dress for Cathy to wear at her funeral. Paul and Adam continue to bicker as they realize Cathy will not be around much longer. Cathy leaves hospice for an evening to model Andrea's dress on a fashion runway. Cathy is visited by Dr. Sherman, who is later revealed to have died a week earlier from colon cancer.|
|40||4||"The Finale"||Michael Engler||Jenny Bicks & Darlene Hunt||May 20, 2013||0.390|
|Cathy's four months of insurance coverage expires and she leaves the hospice to return home. She doesn't want to die at home and asks Sean to kill her. Sean learns his kidney is going to a wealthy man who is grateful and tries to give him a Rolex. This blatant materialism offends Sean, although he decides to go through with the kidney donation. Andrea believes Cathy will beat her cancer, and almost misses out on an internship in New York with Isaac Mizrahi. Paul brings Cathy's father (Brian Dennehy) to see her so that she can make amends. Adam seems distant and is revealed to have been taking extra courses to graduate a year early, allowing Cathy to see him get his high school diploma. Paul goes off to buy Cathy the flowers she wanted as her wedding flowers, but arrives home only to find she has died. Her therapist is revealed to have been a higher being and during the closing credits Cathy is seen floating in a swimming pool with Marlene and Thomas.|
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