Frankie is excited about being invited to a neighborhood Halloween party; Sue finds out that the Rev. TimTom is hosting a Halloween event at church; Axl and his friends go to an exclusive haunted house party; Brick chooses a unique costume. (Repeat)
Sun 3/8 8:30 AM
Duration: 30 minutes
Sitcom, Holiday, Halloween, Comedy, Interests
Patricia Heaton, Neil Flynn, Charlie Mcdermott, Eden Sher, Atticus Shaffer, Chris Kattan, Paul Hipp (Guest Star), Beau Wirick (Guest Star), John Gammon (Guest Star), Blaine Saunders (Guest Star), Jeanette Miller (Guest Star), Frances Bay (Guest Star), Terrence Beasor (Guest Star), Hunter Allan (Guest Star), Kelly Heyer (Guest Star), Elle Mclemore (Guest Star), Julie Brown (Guest Star), Nicholas Mcdonald (Guest Star), Lise Simms (Guest Star), Justin Prentice (Guest Star), Kody Batchelor (Guest Star)
|"Christmas Help" Mike helps his brother, Rusty, move some furniture into the Heck family's garage, only to realize the furniture is stolen; Frankie hopes to land a part-time job in a department store so she can get a discount on Christmas presents. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"Life Skills" Axl feels embarrassed when he and Sue are asked to work on a school project together; Brick's school therapist tries to help him make friends. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"One Kid at a Time" When Frankie and Mike dedicate a day to each of their children, Axl takes them to a paintball range, Sue has them do 17 separate activities and Brick wants to go to a sci-fi convention. (Repeat)||ABCF|
|"Valentine's Day III" Mike angers Frankie on Valentine's Day by refusing to present her with a romantic gesture; Axl struggles with a school assignment; Brick must write a report on love; Sue's boyfriend suddenly turns into a bad kisser. (Repeat)||HALL|
|"The Concert" Frankie vows to get tickets to a Justin Bieber concert for Sue; Mike coaches Brick for the school's annual spelling bee; Axl and his friends try to break a speed limit -- on foot. (Repeat)||HALL|
|"The Sit Down" Sue, Axl and Brick have a meeting with Frankie and Mike to air complaints about their parenting styles; when Mike and Frankie change their ways, things do not turn out the way the kids expected. (Repeat)||HALL|
|"Leap Year" Sue wants a big celebration for her leap year birthday; Frankie learns that Mike has been caring for a stray cat; Brick develops a crush on a girl in his class; Axl becomes fascinated with vacuuming. (Repeat)||HALL|
|"Foreign Exchange" Frankie convinces the family to host a Japanese foreign exchange student to expose him to American life; the Hecks get frustrated when the student shows no interest in the family. (Repeat)||HALL|
|"Halloween" Frankie is excited about being invited to a neighborhood Halloween party; Sue finds out that the Rev. TimTom is hosting a Halloween event at church; Axl and his friends go to an exclusive haunted house party; Brick chooses a unique costume. (Repeat)||HALL|
|"The Carpool" Principal Barker asks the parents to form carpools while the bus drivers are on strike; Axl becomes an astronomy expert so he can tutor an attractive student; Mike receives two tickets to a basketball game. (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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