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Thanksgiving IV 

Frankie's bickering parents come for Thanksgiving, along with two special guests. Axl's football comeback may be postponed by a broken heart, Sue's mascot head is stolen, and Brick is fascinated by a new book.

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Axl Heck
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Sue Heck
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Brick Heck
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Aunt Edie
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Cassidy Finch
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Ashley
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Jack Tracy
Will F. Vasquez ...
Corporal Nick Martinez (as William Franco Vasquez)
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Sergeant Justin Howard
Brad Bingham ...
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Frankie tries to do a good deed for Thanksgiving by inviting a couple of Marines to celebrate the holiday with her family. But with Frankie's parents, Pat and Tag, constantly bickering, the good deed may not go unpunished. Meanwhile, while Axl grapples with his growing feelings for tutor Cassidy, he receives the good news that his foot is healed and he can play in the big game; Sue tries to track down the thief who has stolen the chicken head off of her school mascot uniform; and Brick becomes mesmerized by a book on the making of the film "Love Story". Written by ABC Media

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Orson High is playing for the city championship on Thanksgiving weekend. The Indiana high school football season concludes on Thanksgiving weekend with the state championship in the state's six different football classes. See more »

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Brad Bottig: Who punches a guy while he's on his tippy toes? That's not how a dance fight works. I mean, seriously, where did that guy go to summer camp?
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References The Longest Day (1962) See more »

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