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The Math Class 

Frankie wages war on Ms. Rinsky after Brick receives a D in math, and Axl and Sue help Aunt Edie search for her lost time capsule.

Director:

Alex Reid

Writers:

Eileen Heisler (created by), DeAnn Heline (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Patricia Heaton ... Frankie Heck
Neil Flynn ... Mike Heck
Charlie McDermott ... Axl Heck
Eden Sher ... Sue Heck
Atticus Shaffer ... Brick Heck
Chris Kattan ... Bob (credit only)
Doris Roberts ... Ms. Rinsky
Jeanette Miller ... Aunt Edie
Mary-Pat Green ... Principal Larimer
Frances Bay ... Aunt Ginny
Jessica Randle ... Receptionist
Eva Fisher ... Secretary (as Eva Simone Fisher)
Ron E. Dickinson ... Homeowner
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Storyline

Spring Break turns out to be anything but peaceful when the Hecks try to clean up 20 years of junk accumulated throughout the house. But digging through the past leads to some things that were better left forgotten. Meanwhile, Brick opens up a lucrative neighborhood information stand, giving advice on everything for a dollar per query. Written by ABC Publicity

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 March 2011 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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Final appearance of Frances Bay. See more »

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When Mike and Frankie discuss with Ms Rinsky and Mike wants to go, he stands up and says 'C'mon Brick' instead of 'C'mon Frankie'. See more »

Quotes

Frankie Heck: [Letter written to the principal] Dear Principal Larimer, I'm writing to bring your attention to an issue and concern to me as a parent. It regards one of your teachers, Ms Rinsky. I have tried repeatedly to have an open dialogue with her about my son's education but she has been completely uncaring and dismissive. Today, more than ever, don't we need teachers that are caring and missive. Her teaching skills in math don't add up. Maybe because when she was born the numbers only went up to ten. ...
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References Hairspray (1988) See more »

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