The Middle (2009–2018)
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When Brick is not allowed to sing at his middle school graduation, Frankie takes up the fight. Sue may have to miss his graduation because of her job at Dollywood. Axl meets a younger version of himself during his summer job.

Director:

Lee Shallat Chemel

Writers:

Eileen Heisler (created by), DeAnn Heline (created by) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Patricia Heaton ... Frankie Heck
Neil Flynn ... Mike Heck
Charlie McDermott ... Axl Heck
Eden Sher ... Sue Heck
Atticus Shaffer ... Brick Heck
Brock Ciarlelli ... Brad Bottig
Jen Ray ... Nancy Donahue
Caleb Brown ... Colton
Malcolm Foster Smith ... Dave
Troy Metcalf ... Jim
Greg Cipes ... Chuck
Wayne Wilderson ... Principal Carson
Lauri Johnson ... Mrs. Hilsabeck
Pat Finn ... Bill Norwood
Jovan Armand ... Troy
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Storyline

After almost forgetting that Brick's middle school graduation is only days away, Frankie goes on a mission to right a wrong when Brick discovers that the song he was supposed to sing at the ceremony has been cut. Meanwhile, Sue needs to be at Dollywood to begin her summer job on the same day as Brick's graduation, and Axl takes a job as a country club counselor and finds himself being mocked by a 10-year-old carbon copy of himself.

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Language:

English

Release Date:

18 May 2016 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Goofs

Brad says that he and Sue have to be at Dollywood on Saturday, not Sunday, because he mixed up the dates from last year's calendar. However, that is the opposite direction from the way it works. The date that lands on a Sunday one year would fall on a Monday the next year. Furthermore, this is a leap year, so this year the jump is 2 weekdays, not one. (i.e. if they're starting work on the weekend after this aired, Thursday, May 21st in 2015 became Saturday, May 21st in 2016). So the date they're leaving on Saturday was a Thursday last year, not a Sunday like Brad is indicating. See more »

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References Babe (1995) See more »

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