The Middle (2009– )
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Frankie observes what she thinks are the perfect siblings, and it becomes her mission in life to make her kids stop fighting with one another and interact as a loving family. Meanwhile, ... See full summary »

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Frankie observes what she thinks are the perfect siblings, and it becomes her mission in life to make her kids stop fighting with one another and interact as a loving family. Meanwhile, Mike contemplates firing Aunt Edie after she makes a costly mistake at the quarry. Written by ABC Publicity

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In this episode, Nancy calls her husband Joe. As we know, over the last 8 seasons, Nancy is married to Ron not Joe See more »

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Frankie Heck: So, what was your high and what was your low of the day?
Axl Heck: My low is right now.
Frankie Heck: Fine. I'll do it. My high is having dinner here with my family. My low is the comment that Axl just made. Sue?
Sue Heck: My high was that the guy who sits next to me in science saw me in the hallway today and seemed to sort of recognize me. My low was that I was wrong. He didn't.
Axl Heck: [faux sneezing] Loser!
Mike Heck: What did I say about sneezing words at your sister?
Brick Heck: My low is realizing that my family never bought me a chair. My high is that ...
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She just wants them to get along!
10 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Patricia Heaton's Frances "Frankie" Heck would like her kids to get along. She tries to get them to have a dinner at the table. Oh no what a horrifying thought rather than watching three kids watch the same television program on three different television sets. 13 year old Sue asks "Is Dad dying? Mom?" as she reacts to her mother's interest in bringing her family closer together. Well, she finally gets her wish when the parents play touch football with the kids in the snow outside. At first, it was cute but then it was every night between the young kids and the tired adults. Still, it got the kids along and they became a family.


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