The Middle

The Middle

**THIS IS A SEASON PASS (PRE-ORDER) PURCHASE. NEW EPISODES FOR THIS SEASON WILL AUTOMATICALLY APPEAR IN YOUR LIBRARY AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE.** It's Season Six, and where in the heck will the Hecks go from here? As the kids keep getting older, Frankie and Mike (Patricia Heaton and Neil Flynn) think family life is going to get easier, but they couldn't be more wrong! Bigger kids only means bigger problems! With Brick (Atticus Shaffer) in seventh grade and with a long-distance girlfriend, there might just be hope for him (whoop!); meanwhile, Sue’s (Eden Sher) navigating her way in high school with blissful abandon, and Axl (Charlie McDermott) is still figuring out all the angles in his college experience, while Frankie and Mike muddle their way through middle-age, middle-income Middle America. But be warned: Whatever the Hecks do, do not attempt it at home.

Synopsis

**THIS IS A SEASON PASS (PRE-ORDER) PURCHASE. NEW EPISODES FOR THIS SEASON WILL AUTOMATICALLY APPEAR IN YOUR LIBRARY AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE.** It's Season Six, and where in the heck will the Hecks go from here? As the kids keep getting older, Frankie and Mike (Patricia Heaton and Neil Flynn) think family life is going to get easier, but they couldn't be more wrong! Bigger kids only means bigger problems! With Brick (Atticus Shaffer) in seventh grade and with a long-distance girlfriend, there might just be hope for him (whoop!); meanwhile, Sue’s (Eden Sher) navigating her way in high school with blissful abandon, and Axl (Charlie McDermott) is still figuring out all the angles in his college experience, while Frankie and Mike muddle their way through middle-age, middle-income Middle America. But be warned: Whatever the Hecks do, do not attempt it at home.

season 6 (20 episodes)

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  • 1Unbraceable You

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    On the sixth season premiere, Frankie makes a giant blunder when she discovers that school started a week earlier than she thought – and Sue and Brick must scramble to catch up on the days they've missed and re-acclimate themselves to school life. Meanwhile, it looks like the “Year of Sue” might be starting off on a high when she finally gets her braces removed. Axl beats Mike at basketball for the first time in his life, and Brick gets creative in an attempt to find the perfect school book bag. RICHARD KIND guest stars as Sue’s Orthodontist, Dr. Niller.

  • 2The Loneliest Locker

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    Frankie & Mike are forced to take second jobs in order to afford sending Sue to a good college, while Sue & Brad strive to create a meaningful senior play “The Loneliest Locker.”

  • 3Major Anxiety

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    In an attempt to become more social, Brick shocks Frankie and Mike by informing them that he'd like to go to his middle school's Fall Fantasy Dance; Axl begins to panic when he discovers that he needs to declare a college major by the end of the week – and he has absolutely no idea what he wants to do; and Sue finds herself becoming a bit twitchy and nervous when she begins to drink a lot of coffee in an attempt to appear more mature and sophisticated, now that she's a high school senior.

  • 4The Table

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    In honor of their 20-somethingth wedding anniversary, Frankie and Mike buy a new dining room set online at a bargain price, while Axl and Hutch start their own fraternity.

  • 5Halloween V

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    On Halloween night, Frankie and Mike are stunned – and a bit scared – to learn that Brick has invited a girl over to the house just to hang with him. Meanwhile, to help supplement her college fund, Sue attempts to put together a pumpkin patch screening of the animated classic, It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown; and Axl reluctantly goes to the library to write a history paper and ironically gets locked inside after staying past closing hours.

  • 6The Sinkhole

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    Frankie has to wash dishes with the outside hose when the kitchen sink caves in; Sue needs to master dance for PE credit; Brick breaks the lawn mower, then takes advice from Axl.

  • 7Thanksgiving VI

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    With the Heck house in disarray due to the kitchen sink hole and miniature dining room table, Frankie suggests that the family enjoy a Thanksgiving feast at the local King's Feast buffet. But all does not run so smoothly when Sue invites boyfriend Darrin to dine with the family and gets the feeling that Mike doesn't like him very much, Brick invites his quirky girlfriend Cindy, and Axl is forced by Frankie to invite a girl he doesn’t even know to the holiday meal.

  • 8The College Tour

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    Mike accompanies Sue on a college tour weekend, and Frankie abandons Brick with a school project and a revolving door of babysitters while she goes to see Axl play in his first college football game.

  • 9The Christmas Wall

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    Frankie decides to make this year a minimalist Christmas, while Axl puts Boss Co. back into business for the holidays, and Brick attempts to write a family Christmas letter.

  • 10Pam Freakin' Staggs

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    Frankie is ELATED when Pam Staggs (KIRSTIE ALLEY) – the most popular girl in high school who never gave Frankie a glance – moves back to Orson and invites her to hang out.

  • 11A Quarry Story

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    Frankie discovers an old, uncashed paycheck from Ehlert Motors. But in order for her to collect her pay, Mr. Ehlert (recurring guest star BRIAN DOYLE-MURRAY) forces her to work on the lot for one day. Meanwhile, after her hours at Spudsy's are cut down, Sue takes a part-time job from Mike as the quarry cleaning lady; Mike's dad, Big Mike (recurring guest star JOHN CULLUM), attempts to persuade a lazy Axl to help replace the Heck family’s damaged kitchen sink; and Brick discovers the joy of watching '70s game shows and begins his own annoying classic contest with the family.

  • 12Heck's On a Train

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    Upon learning that Aunt Edie has passed away, the Hecks board a train to South Dakota to take her to her final resting place.

  • 13Valentine's Day VI

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    Valentine's Day aims its sights on the Heck kids when a nervous Brick finds out that his quirky girlfriend Cindy (guest star CASEY BURKE) wants him to kiss her on the special day; Darrin (recurring guest star JOHN GAMMON) asks Frankie and Mike to help out with an exciting scavenger hunt he's putting together for Sue; and Axl begins to question girlfriend Devin's request that he not give her anything for what she considers to be a lame tradition.

  • 14The Answer

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    The Heck family learns about Darrin’s marriage proposal to Sue...as well as her response. Meanwhile, Axl attempts to use his Intro to Psych class to cure Brick of all his quirks.

  • 15Steaming Pile of Guilt

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    Frankie’s consumed with guilt when she realizes that she and the family forgot to celebrate Brick’s 13th birthday – which had come and gone three months earlier.

  • 16Flirting with Disaster

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    Frankie fears that her innocent flirting with Axl’s friend has been misinterpreted; and Frankie’s dad (JERRY VAN DYKE) secretly asks Mike to help him study for his driver’s test.

  • 17The Waiting Game

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    Frankie and Sue anxiously wait to find out if Sue has been accepted to college, while Brick attempts to write a novel and the family catches Mike rocking out in his car.

  • 18Operation Infiltration

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    While Frankie attempts to help a socially awkward Brick make friends on a school field trip, Axl tries to impress Devin by pretending that he and Sue are the best of friends.

  • 19Siblings and Sombreros

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    Frankie takes an unorthodox approach to try to calm a heated argument between Sue and Axl. And Mike is shocked to learn that Brick has been awarded Athlete of the Month.

  • 20Food Courting

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    Axl turns 21 but acts like a child when he refuses to come home to help Mike with a project, and Brick turns into a mini-Axl by disrespecting Frankie with a bad attitude.