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In the Heck family, middle-age, middle-class, middle-America mom Frankie Heck (two-time Emmy winner Patricia Heaton) uses a sense of humor to try to steer her family through life's ups and downs as she tackles her career goals. Her unflappable husband, Mike (Neil Flynn), is a manager at the local quarry. Oldest son Axl is an obstinate young man; awkward daughter Sue cannot seem to find her niche -- despite much enthusiasm in her attempts -- and youngest son Brick is an unusual child whose best friend is his backpack.

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The Hecks spend New Year's Day trying to stave off a zombie apocalypse in the Orson escape room; Brick thinks the man assigned to the family's escape room is really a famous author; Sue reveals a secret to Axl.
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Sue keeps a huge secret from the family; Brick becomes popular with the neighbor's kids after watching them once; Mike is unsure how to react to a gift from Bill Norwood.
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Frankie's trashy neighbor talks her into taking a road trip; Mike feels embarrassed when OSHA comes to investigate his fall at the quarry; Sue tries to talk Axl into reconciling with the family.
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Frankie finds a discount store that sells oddly shaped produce; Axl refuses to talk to Frankie after learning how she feels about April; Brick's new tick lands him in detention; Brad visits Sue at college.
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Having decided April isn't good enough for Axl, Frankie works to keep her out of the family Christmas photo; Sue gets upset when she learns Brick will be working at Spudsy's.
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Frankie and Mike's embarrassment over forgetting Brick's birthday turns to fear when they realize it's time to teach him to drive; Sue learns something surprising from Frankie.
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Sue asks Axl for advice on how to break up with her boyfriend; Brick tries to fit in with his classmates; Frankie accidentally buys some racy underwear.
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Frankie learns that the kids would choose to live with Mike if the two of them divorced; Sue tries to get her room back from Brick; Axl lashes out at the family.
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Sue gets kicked out of college after forgetting to renew her financial aid; Frankie tries to teach Brick how to swallow a pill for his ear infection; Hutch is angry after Axl borrows the Winnebago without permission.
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Frankie and Mike discover the love of Axl's life has a quirky personality trait; Sue decides to change her major to theater; Brick wants to make a fresh start in high school.
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When Brick's song is cut from his middle school graduation ceremony, Frankie endeavors to get it reinstated; Sue endures conflict at work; Axl works as a counselor at a country club.
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Frankie and Mike attempt to set a summer vacation curfew for Sue and Axl; Brick is desperate to find out who he must beat to become the valedictorian of his class.
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Frankie tells her family they don't need to do anything for Mother's Day; after a stranger buys Frankie's groceries, telling her to just pay the kindness forward, she decides to have each member of the family do something nice for someone else.
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The family takes a road trip to Denver, where Axl will start his new job -- and new life -- away from home.
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The family takes a road trip to Denver, where Axl will start his new job -- and new life -- away from home.
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Frankie makes it her mission to sway Axl from taking the job in Denver; Sue is depressed over Sean leaving for Ghana; Brick buys a huge amount of lawn chairs to replace the one he's been using for nine years.
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Sue and Brick try to get Frankie the best Mother's Day gift ever, a trip to London for a royal wedding; Axl is offered a job interview that could change his life.
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Frankie forces Brick to ask Cindy to the prom; Lexie talks a clueless Axl into giving Sue a belated 21st birthday present; Mike is frustrated by a new TV remote.
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Dr. Goodwin shows his dark side when Frankie fails to deliver the peanut brittle he purchased; Axl is tired of Mike's advice; Axl attempts to trade in the Winnebago; Frankie swears something mysterious is flying through the house.
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Dr. Fulton calls Frankie and Mike into his office to inform them that Brick and Cindy have been making out all over school; Sue attempts to work up the courage to tell Sean how much she likes him.
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When the Glossners steal Sue's car, the Hecks, along with the Donahues and Bill Norwood, declare an all-out war.

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