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Frankie's uncle and father try to get past their long feud, but that proves to be complicated, and Frankie and Mike get stuck in the midst of it. Elsewhere, Sue gets detention for the first time and seeks out Axl's expertise on how to handle it.
Frankie and Mike struggle to stay awake when watching a movie during a cozy date night at home. Meanwhile, a handsome mall employee asks Sue to her senior prom; and Axl and Brick hope to find success with a barbecue sauce they've created.
Frankie wants to go to an afternoon tea for Mother's Day, but Mike's inept at making reservations. Meanwhile, Mike asks the kids to put some thought into a gift for their mom; and Frankie's parenting question yields unexpected answers from the kids.
In the sixth-season finale, Sue prepares for her graduation and worries the day won't go perfectly. Meanwhile, Brick gets the opportunity to skip a year in school; and Axl grows concerned about the fun summer pictures Devin posted on social media.
In the Season 7 opener, Sue's excitement about moving into her dorm turns to dread when she's forced to cut her hair; Axl avoids helping Sue move; Frankie feels surprisingly at ease about Sue leaving; and Mike overwhelms Sue with advice about being safe. M (more…)
Sue is disappointed when her roommate doesn't arrive on time, so she inundates Frankie and Mike with phone calls and texts. Elsewhere, Axl and Hutch's house gets infested by ants; and Brick is protected by a mysterious bodyguard at school.
Frankie is shocked when Mike trades in his flannel for a Hawaiian shirt; and Sue accidentally tells Devin that Axl loves her, leading Devin to question their relationship. Meanwhile, Brick gets overambitious while cleaning the bathroom.
In the sixth-season opener, Frankie is mistaken about when school begins, so Sue and Brick start classes one week late. Meanwhile, Sue gets her braces off; Mike loses a basketball game to Axl; and Brick searches for his ideal book bag.
Frankie and Mike search for second jobs so they can afford to send Sue to a good college. Meanwhile, Sue and Brad want to put on a meaningful senior play; Axl furnishes his rented pad with items from his family's home; and Brick finds a box of old toys.
Brick wants to attend a dance at school, which comes as a huge surprise to Frankie and Mike. Meanwhile, Axl has limited time to choose a major, and he has no idea what to select; and Sue indulges in coffee in an attempt to act more like an adult.
Mike surprises Frankie when he wants to be involved in his brother's crazy business scheme; Axl goes to extreme measures to prove he can handle Mike's new motorcycle; and Sue begins living in her car to avoid her horrible roommate.
Frankie asks Reverend TimTom to find out why Mike is being distant; and Sue invites Brick to visit her at college, but she loses him after running into the handsome Abercrombie guy. Meanwhile, Axl and Hutch complain to the city about an ant infestation.
Frankie's excitement about homecoming dwindles when her mother decides that she's going to attend the event; Mike helps Brick compete in the tailgating cornhole tournament after Axl gets sick; and Sue volunteers as class liaison for homecoming.
Frankie acts like a teenager when she hangs out with Pam Staggs, a former classmate who was popular in high school. Meanwhile, Brick surprises Mike by winning an athletic award; Sue pursues some odd hobbies; and Axl seeks a date with Devin Levin.
Frankie finds an old paycheck she never cashed, and Mr. Ehlert makes her work at the car lot for one day in order to collect her pay. Elsewhere, Mike finds a part-time job for Sue at the quarry; and Big Mike wants Axl to help replace the kitchen sink.
Aunt Edie passes away, so the Hecks travel to South Dakota via train to take her body to its final resting place. During the trip, Axl feels guilty for lying about her death earlier; and Brick tries to follow Aunt Edie's example of living life freely.
Cindy wants a kiss from Brick on Valentine's Day, which causes anxiety for him. Meanwhile, Darrin constructs a scavenger hunt for Sue, and he seeks her parents' help with it; and Axl is unsure if Devin's sincere about not desiring a Valentine's Day gift.
The Hecks decide to forgo Thanksgiving when Frankie must pick up a holiday position as an overworked woman from the 19th-century; Sue goes back to work at Spudsy's in hopes of running into Logan; and Axl becomes emotional over how his life's turning out. M (more…)
Frankie invites Mike to join her on a trip to Des Moines, Iowa for a convention about her dentist office's transition to a new owner; and Axl informs a disapproving Sue that he's moving into her dorm room. Meanwhile, Mike's dad agrees to watch Brick while (more…)
Sue gets involved in her college's sorority rush in hopes of being accepted into a house; and Axl tries to teach Mike how to use social media in order to advertise the diaper business. Elsewhere, Brick goes shopping for pants by himself, causing Frankie to (more…)