After a disastrous attempt to get her kids ready for the first day of school, Frankie devises a plan to stay on top of her kids' schedules in order to better organize their lives. But things go from bad to worse when Frankie - aided by a reluctant Mike -- tries to be pre-emptive and explains Brick's eccentric quirks to his new, no nonsense teacher, Ms. Rinsky, and gets accused of being over protective. Meanwhile, Sue is so enthusiastic about being on the school's cross-country team that she wears a heavy sweatshirt touting her team spirit in 80 degree heat, and Axl's body clock gets thrown for a loop when Frankie begins waking him up for school with an alarm clock. Written by
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Hey, you're already up.
That's right. Up since five. Hope you're happy; I'm a morning person now.
It was one day, Axl. I got you up on time one day.
Yeah, well, it's very dangerous to play around with a teenager's sleep cycle. Probably messed up my development. I probably won't be able to have babies or something.
That might not be such a bad thing.
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