Heck yes! It's your favourite comedy family, the ones you can always count on for laughs and life lessons.
Frankie insists the family take a few days of vacation before school starts. But Mike's suggestion of a camping trip brings back bad memories of their honeymoon camping trip.
Part two of two. Frankie and Mike take the family on a camping trip and revisit memories of their campsite honeymoon, ruined by one of Mike's friends. Guest starring Ray Romano.
Mike sets a meeting with Brick's new fourth-grade teacher, Mr Wilkerson, after learning that he's allowing his son to skip gym class. Guest starring Chord Overstreet.
Frankie demands major changes be made to every aspect of the Heck household - then flees to her mother's house - after she is humiliated by a family member's actions.
Frankie forces Axl to think about his future when she learns that he hasn't studied for the school exams, and a hopeful Sue tries out for cheerleading.
Frankie and Mike consider leaving home ownership behind and moving the family to an apartment when the Heck home begins to literally fall apart.
After a costume party fiasco, Sue desperately wants to be noticed by the guys and asks Mike for his advice, while Frankie takes Brick's social skills group trick or treating.
Convinced that their slacker son, Axl, will blow his interview with a football scout that might gain him a college scholarship, Frankie and Mike become far too controlling.
Frankie's conflicted when both she and Sue land roles in a community theatre production, but the director wants to keep Frankie and cut Sue.
The Hecks spend a not-so-relaxing Thanksgiving at Frankie's parents' house and sibling rivalry arises when Frankie and her sister don't see eye-to-eye on parenting techniques.
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