Frankie buys a plasma screen TV to watch the Royal Wedding but plans to return it the next day, Sue tries out to be a lunchtime news anchor, and Mike's employees at the quarry try to revolt after he stops buying pretzels.

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Obsessed with the upcoming Royal Wedding, Frankie shocks her family when she treats the event like the Super Bowl and begins purchasing commemorative chotchkies - as well as an expensive HDTV - to enjoy the festivities. Meanwhile, Brick tries to teach Sue how to become an on-air reporter when she decides to try out as an anchor for the school's Shucker News Team, and Mike has a mutiny on his hands at the quarry when he's forced to make cutbacks and takes away the one thing his workers care about - free pretzels. Written by ABC Publicity

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In the episode Frankie says she loves the fact that Kate Middleton went into the car on the way to her wedding to Prince William a commoner and left a princess. This technically is not accurate. The night before the wedding queen Elizabeth gave both William and Kate the title duke and duchess of Cambridge so she left for the wedding already a duchess. See more »

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Mike Heck: Come on, Frankie, lighten up.
Frankie Heck: No! You lighten up! All you've done this past week is smirk and laugh and make fun of me. And what have I done for you? Wipe your snot, carry your vomit, take you sneaker shopping 'cause your old ones weren't awesome enough. How dare Mom ever want anything for herself. To celebrate that a girl could start the day as a commoner and end it as a princess. "Oh, ha-ha. It's stupid. It doesn't matter." Well, it matters to me! Yeah. And I don't have to explain it or ...
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