Heck yes! It's your favourite comedy family, the ones you can always count on for laughs and life lessons.
Sue auditions for show choir; Brick asks Frankie to come to his class presentation dressed in a costume; Frankie thinks she has finally sold a car.
Facing financial disaster, Frankie tries to save her job, Sue fails swim team try-outs and learns she needs glasses, and Brick starts reading his mother's steamy romance novels.
Frankie and Mike's romantic plans for their anniversary are thwarted by a sick Brick, a lovesick Sue, a learner's permit-toting Axl, two crazy aunts and their nappy-wearing dog.
Frankie urges Sue to fight for her right to attend a class trip after making the grade by selling thousands of dollars' worth of sausage and cheese, and Brick gets his first girlfriend.
After Brick's teachers tell his parents that he's socially challenged, Mike tries to help Brick make friends, while Frankie needs her son's coveted football jersey.
Mike insists that only Axl fix the front door after he knocks it down, Frankie must sell a car within a week, and it's school picture time for a photogenically challenged Sue.
Frankie must create the illusion of a picture-perfect family when an accident causing a small scratch on Brick leads a social worker to visit the Heck household.
Frankie's dream of the perfect Thanksgiving turns into a nightmare when Mr Ehlert forces the staff to work on the holiday - and Axl loses Brick in a corn maze.
Frankie vows to make her kids stop fighting with each other and interact as a loving family, while Mike contemplates firing Aunt Edie after she makes a costly mistake.
Heck! It's Christmas! Rehearsing for the church's midnight mass, Frankie becomes jealous when it seems Mike is doing great at organising the family Christmas.
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