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Valentines Day II 

Mike helps Brick with his Valentine's crush at school, Frankie is flattered when Axl asks for help getting a gift for his new scary girlfriend, and Sue tries to find the boy who kissed her on Halloween night.

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Sue Heck
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Bob (credit only)
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Carly
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Joe
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Reverend Hayver
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Megan (as Mackenzie Smith)
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As Valentine's Day approaches, Frankie becomes elated when elusive son Axl asks her to accompany him to help pick out a present and choose a restaurant to impress his mysterious new girlfriend - who may be way out of his league. Meanwhile, Mike inadvertently spills the beans about Brick's crush on fellow student Autumn, which totally humiliates his extremely shy son; and having neglected to get a name or email address, Sue begins a diligent search for the boy she kissed during a Halloween hayride. Written by ABC Publicity

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9 February 2011 (USA)  »

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Mike Heck: All right! That's it! That's it! We're shutting it down. The party's over. Here we go. You guys shouldn't be celebrating Valentine's Day anyway because it's a scam cooked up by the greeting card companies. You know what you should be doing? You should be studying. 'Cause guess what they're doing in China right now? They are doing math, and they're learning how to be CEOs of greeting card companies so they can sell us Americans a heart-shaped load of crap!
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