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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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aired 2 days ago
The family takes a road trip to Denver, where Axl will start his new job -- and new life -- away from home.
aired 2 days ago
The family takes a road trip to Denver, where Axl will start his new job -- and new life -- away from home.
aired 5 days ago
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.
aired 5 days ago
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.
aired 5 days ago
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.
aired 5 days ago
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.
aired 6 days ago
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.
aired 6 days ago
When the Glossners steal Sue's car, the Hecks, along with the Donahues and Bill Norwood, declare an all-out war.
aired 6 days ago
Mike is offered the job of regional manager at the quarry; Brick suspects that he's being treated unfairly by his health teacher because of how horribly Axl treated her when he was a student.
aired 6 days ago
Frankie takes Sue to a bar to celebrate her 21st birthday; Mike begrudgingly accompanies Brick to a "Planet Nowhere" convention; Axl and Hutch drive to attend Kenny's wedding.
aired 6 days ago
Mike's wayward brother, Rusty, comes to town and presents Sue with an extravagant gift, which Mike assumes is stolen goods; Mike tries to figure out a way to reconnect with Sue; Axl blows his first paycheck on a big-screen TV.
aired 7 days ago
Frankie decides to find a new passion to make her happy; Mike orders Sue and Brick to fix the giant hole between their bedroom walls; Lexie fools Axl into thinking he has a lucky streak.
aired 7 days ago
Axl starts to bond more with Mike now that he has a real job; Frankie feels ignored; Brad pleads with Sue to introduce him to Aidan's handsome friend.
aired 7 days ago
Sue admits to Frankie that she kissed Sean Donahue at the Christmas party; Mike forces Axl and Brick to take a drive with him and Mike's dad.
aired 7 days ago
Frankie and Sue are devastated when Axl informs them that he's not going to church; Mike goes to war with the Glossner kids after they keep defacing his giant inflatable snowman; Brick attempts to wrap his first present.
aired 8 days ago
Frankie remembers she has to come up with something to place in the time capsule; Bill Norwood informs Mike that he and Paula are separating; Brick tries to win Cindy back; Axl volunteers Sue to be his personal assistant.
aired 8 days ago
When Axl visits Hutch, he discovers his friend has turned into a responsible adult; Sue is unable to sleep after watching a horror movie by herself; Brick enlists Frankie and Mike's help to help convince a girl to give him a chance.
aired 8 days ago
The Hecks take a hectic road trip to Frankie's sister's house for Thanksgiving; the kids must decide which one of them will lose their job at Spudsy's.
aired 8 days ago
Frankie's mom stays with her after becoming ill; Sue suggests to Sean that they should set each other up on dates; Axl and Brick ponder what Mike actually does at the quarry.
aired 12 days ago
Frankie, Mike and Brick notice a change for the better when the wrong address is painted on their curb; Axl misses his final test at college; Sue has a realization while talking to high school students about college life.
aired 12 days ago
Frankie searches for Axl's misplaced graduation gift; Sue decides to make a video for Mike's upcoming birthday; Cindy embarrasses Brick by defending him to a bully.

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