Frankie and Mike must endure the unpredictability of teenagers when a hormonally charged Sue wants a cool pair of jeans in order to fit in with her peers, and Axl wants a car to impress a girl. Meanwhile, in an attempt to teach Brick about responsibility, Frankie and Mike reluctantly allow him to take care of Aunt Edie and Aunt Ginny's dog Doris for a few days.
Did You Know?
When the dog Brick is caring for gives birth, the puppies shown aren't newborns; in fact, they are several months old. See more
Mom, junior high is hard. People judge you for every little thing, if they even notice you at all. I just want to be judged.
References Charlie's Angels