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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 32 days ago
The family takes a road trip to Denver, where Axl will start his new job -- and new life -- away from home.
aired 36 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 36 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 36 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 36 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 36 days ago
When the Glossners steal Sue's car, the Hecks, along with the Donahues and Bill Norwood, declare an all-out war.
aired 36 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 36 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 36 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 36 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 36 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 37 days ago
Axl tries to invent a new beverage; Mike asks Sue to put together a romantic evening for his and Frankie's 25th wedding anniversary; Sue declares she won't be the person who does everything expected of her without complaint.
aired 37 days ago
As Halloween nears, Frankie finds out that a woman died in the Heck house nearly 50 years ago; Axl and Lexie are frustrated when Sue insists on hanging out with them.
aired 37 days ago
Frankie is worried about meeting Lexie's rich parents; Brick discovers that he can't get arrested when he participates in the school's Sophomore Slammer fundraiser.
aired 37 days ago
Frankie gives away unused items from the house in the hope of getting food in return; Sue and Lexie find their apartment is being inhabited; Axl's new job as a school bus driver gives him the opportunity to look after Brick.
aired 37 days ago
Axl returns home from Europe with a new outlook on life; Sue decides to cram a whole summer of fun into two days; Brick doesn't know if he should break up with Cindy; Frankie tries to come up with an item for a time capsule.
airs in 12 days
Frankie and Mike have different reactions when Axl tells them he plans to spend the summer in Europe; Sue panics when she doesn't hear back from the owner of an SUV she scrapes; Brick uncovers the source of his backaches.
airs in 12 days
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.
airs in 12 days
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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Frankie takes Axl shopping for a suit to wear to interviews; Mike threatens to get rid of the pool if Sue and Brick don't start using it.
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Frankie and Mike send Brick to Jesus Jam weekend camp to brush up on his religious knowledge in preparation for confirmation.

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