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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.

Latest episodes

aired 4 days ago
Frankie is stunned when Mike wants in on one of his brother's (Norm Macdonald) crazy business ideas; Axl tries to prove that he can ride his dad's motorcycle; Sue makes a confession to Brad.
aired 4 days ago
Frankie is stunned when Mike wears a Hawaiian shirt to a dinner with some friends; Sue accidentally tells Devin how much Axl loves her; Brick becomes overly ambitious while cleaning the bathroom.
aired 4 days ago
Nervous, Sue overwhelms Frankie and Mike with text messages as she waits for her roommate to arrive; Hutch and Axl deal with an ant infestation; a mysterious bodyguard protects Brick at school.
aired 4 days ago
Sue's excitement about college lessens when a mishap forces her to cut her hair; Brick's girlfriend wants to take things to the next level.
aired 11 days ago
Brick learns that his quirky girlfriend, Cindy, wants him to kiss her on Valentine's Day; Darrin asks Frankie and Mike for help with a scavenger hunt he's planning for Sue; Axl questions a request from his girlfriend.
aired 11 days ago
Axl and his friends, Darrin and Sean, offer to help guys break up with their girlfriends; Sue's ex-boyfriend, Matt, invites her to a Valentine's Day dance at school; Mike accidentally sends a romantic text to a co-worker instead of to Frankie.
aired 11 days ago
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.
aired 11 days ago
Frankie is happy when Axl asks her to help him choose a present for his mysterious new girlfriend; Mike accidentally embarrasses Brick; Sue tries to find the guy she kissed during a hayride.
aired 11 days ago
Frankie and Mike try to plan a quiet, romantic Valentine's Day without the kids.
aired 11 days ago
Sue worries a series of unexpected events may ruin her graduation; Frankie and Mike are shocked when they learn Brick has been offered a chance to skip eighth grade; Axl is afraid he will lose his girlfriend.
aired 13 days ago
Mike's incompetence threatens to ruin Frankie's Mother's Day; Mike tells Axl, Sue and Brick to put some effort into a gift for Frankie; Frankie asks the kids how they would differ from her as parents.
aired 14 days ago
Frankie and Mike's date night is ruined when both fall asleep; Axl and Brick try to invent the next big thing; Sue is invited to the prom by a handsome store greeter but has to figure out a way to leave work early in order to go.
aired 14 days ago
When Frankie's uncle (Dick Van Dyke) contacts her dad (Jerry Van Dyke) hoping to make amends, Frankie and Mike are caught in the middle of their feud; Sue turns to Axl for advice when she is sent to detention for the first time.
aired 14 days ago
On his 21st birthday, Axl refuses to come home and help Mike move a freezer; Brick cops a bad attitude with Frankie; Sue receives a job offer.
aired 14 days ago
Sue is angry when Axl forgets to bring home a sombrero that she needs for a special school photo; Frankie and Mike's attempt at easing the friction only makes it worse; Brick wins an award.
aired 14 days ago
Frankie tries to help Brick make some friends during a field trip; Devin criticizes Axl's treatment of Sue; Mike worries that he bullied his brother (Norm Macdonald) too much.
aired 17 days ago
Frankie nervously waits to see if Sue got into any of the many colleges she applied too; Brick seeks peace and serenity as he tries to write a novel; Mike denies singing in the car -- despite multiple witnesses.
aired 17 days ago
Frankie flirts with Finn, Axl's attractive friend; Sue must take Brick to a sci-fi convention; Frankie's dad (Jerry Van Dyke) asks Mike for help passing his driver's test.
aired 17 days ago
Frankie is overwhelmed with guilt upon realizing that she and the family forgot to celebrate Brick's 13th birthday; Sue wants to be included in the yearbook; Devin breaks up with Axl.
aired 17 days ago
The family learns about Darrin's marriage proposal -- and Sue's response; Axl tries to cure Brick of his quirks.
aired 17 days ago
After Aunt Edie passes away, the Hecks board a train to take her body to South Dakota; Axl worries he caused his aunt's death; Sue accidentally sends her college entry essay before it's complete; Brick tries to live outside his comfort zone.

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