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Axl has a new girlfriend he wants to impress on Valentine's Day, while Brick has a crush on a fellow student and Mike accidentally lets the news slip out, humiliating his shy son. Elsewhere, Sue searches for a boy she kissed on a Halloween hayride.
Frankie looks for a friend for Brick; Sue sneaks into an R-rated movie against Mike's wishes; and Axl and his band need a hot female for their music video and try to get stealth footage of their sexy biology teacher.
Star refuses to solve a problem in math class and learns that avoiding her least favorite subject may have cosmic repercussions; Star discovers that the Bounce Lounge is closing, so she and Marco enlist their old Bounce Crew to make sure the party continue (more…)
Frankie offers a buffet meal to family members who can keep their New Year's resolutions for a full week, but this proves to be a real challenge when the resolutions include Sue trying out for less activities, Mike smiling more and Brick reading less.
Rhombulus becomes convinced that Star is the source of a universe-wide magical glitch and brings her before the Chancellor of the Magical High Commission; Ludo forces Glossaryck to teach him about the Book of Spells.
Frankie serves as an official volunteer at the Super Bowl, but her assignment proves disappointing. Meanwhile, the Hecks have fun with the Donahues' new car while their neighbors are away; and Sue declares her true feelings to her new beau.
A skipped romantic gesture gets Mike on Frankie's bad side on Valentine's Day. Elsewhere, Axl and Brick struggle with writing assignments for school; and Sue is puzzled by her boyfriend's sudden lack of skill when it comes to kissing.
Brick is hired to deliver newspapers. Elsewhere, Sue faces the challenges of a long-distance relationship; Frankie is shocked to learn that Mike hoards batteries; and Sue struggles with wearing some complicated headgear.
Sue bonds with her gawky guidance counselor, who inspires her to make some changes. Elsewhere, Frankie's displeased that Mike wants to assemble their new bed by himself; and Brick wants to complain to the U.S. president about student-fitness goals.