A store clerk makes an assumption that leaves Frankie feeling humiliated; Sue falls for one of Axl's friends; Brick tests urban legends. (Repeat)
Tue 3/31 2:00 PM
Duration: 30 minutes
Patricia Heaton, Neil Flynn, Charlie Mcdermott, Eden Sher, Atticus Shaffer, Chris Kattan, Blaine Saunders (Guest Star), Beau Wirick (Guest Star), Brock Ciarlelli (Guest Star), Victor Lopez (Guest Star), Judith Drake (Guest Star)
|"Pilot" Sue auditions for show choir; Brick asks Frankie to come to his class presentation dressed in a costume; Frankie thinks she has finally sold a car. (Repeat)||HALL|
|"The Trip" Frankie encourages Sue to fight for her right to attend a class trip to the state capital; Brick's first girlfriend turns out to be a bit bossy. (Repeat)||HALL|
|"The Block Party" When Brick's teachers determine that he is socially challenged, Mike involves him in various activities, eventually settling on the block-party lawn-mower contest. (Repeat)||HALL|
|"The Front Door" Axl accidentally breaks down the front door and Mike insists he fix it; Frankie may be forced to wear a dog suit. (Repeat)||HALL|
|"Taking Back the House" Axl, Sue and Brick resist when Mike and Frankie try to regain control of the household. (Repeat)||HALL|
|"The Big Chill" Mike gets mad at Frankie when she unwittingly pays $200 for eye cream; Axl cares for a mechanical infant for health class; Sue and Brick try to repair a hole in the wall. (Repeat)||HALL|
|"The Floating Anniversary" Sick Brick, lovesick Sue, Axl, two crazy aunts and their diaper-wearing dog thwart Frankie and Mike's romantic plans for their anniversary. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"Worry Duty" Frankie worries that Axl will be heartbroken when his on-again and off-again girlfriend re-enters his life; Brick must watch over a baby chick for a school project. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"Mother's Day" Frankie does more for Mike and the kids and less for herself on Mother's Day; Sue feels guilty when she steals a motivational magnet from a store. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"Signals" Mike decides that he and Brick should be more social at the Heck family barbecue; Axl sets out to clean the family pool to entice girls to stop by for a swim. (Repeat)||ABCF|
In the Heck family, middle-age, middle-class, middle-America mom Frankie Heck uses a sense of humor to try to steer her family through life's ups and downs as she tackles dental assisting school. Her unflappable husband, Mike, is a manager at the local quarry. Oldest son Axl is an obstinate teen who eats the family out of house and home; daughter Sue is an inept adolescent who cannot seem to find her niche -- despite much enthusiasm in her attempts -- and youngest son Brick is an odd child whose best friend is his backpack.
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