The Middle: Season 1, Episode 13

The Interview (13 Jan. 2010)

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Mike is forced to look for a job when the quarry temporarily shuts down, and Frankie is forced to do all the work as Brick runs for class historian.

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Mike's discovery of a dinosaur bone in the quarry causes the plant to get shut down for scientific research - leaving him out of a job. But he begins to feel like a dinosaur himself when he discovers how drastically things have changed technologically over the years in terms of searching for a job. Meanwhile, Frankie feels she must once again come to Brick's rescue when he decides to run for school historian. Written by ABC Publicity

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Sue Heck: Flyers are super important, Brick. I did flyers when I lost for student council, and when I lost for Teen Board, and when I lost for junior high Homecoming Court. I just don't think you get it.
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