Frankie gets fed up with the kids and leaves to spend some time with her mom, leaving the kids with Mike to figure out what they did wrong and how they can change.



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After being mortifyingly humiliated and grossed out due to a family member's actions, Frankie has a meltdown and decrees to the family that major changes need to take place in every aspect of the Heck household - and then packs up and abruptly leaves. But Frankie's not gone for good, as she heads to her mother's house for a little TLC and motherly advice to help her through the humiliation. Written by ABC Publicity

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5 October 2011 (USA)  »

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When Frankie's Mom is talking about watching all three "Smokey and the Bandit" movies in a row, she says "halfway through Smokey 3, I got sick of Burt Reynolds." "Smokey and the Bandit 3" stars Jerry Reed and Burt Reynolds only has a cameo at the end of the movie. See more »


Sue Heck: Mom ate your toenails.
Axl Heck: [chuckles] Seriously?
Frankie Heck: You clip your toenails into a chip bag? Who does that? What the hell is the matter with you?
Axl Heck: What? You yell at me when I leave them on the table, you yell at me when I leave them in the chip bag. God, there's no pleasing you people.
Mike Heck: What's going on?
Axl Heck: Mom's wigging out because she ate my toenails.
Mike Heck: What?
Frankie Heck: [gagging] Aah!
Sue Heck: Axl clipped his toenails into a chip bag and Mom ate'em.
Frankie Heck: Stop saying it out loud!
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