Frankie realizes the neighborhood is changing. That may be why Brian Van Holt and Ian Gomez can be seen walking down the street during a block party. Cougar Town may be a ways away from places like Orson, Indiana, but that's not stopping the cul-de-sac crew from invading many ABC shows. Click here to keep track of their travels and read on to see what's happening with the Hecks.
The economy has forced a lot of Frankie's neighbors to start "visiting family" permanently. It's sad when folks are forced to leave their home, but Frankie is considering doing so voluntarily. After all, the roof on the Heck house is full of holes. The entire family must arm itself with dozens of buckets to catch the downpour of water that invades whenever it rains.
Frankie and Mike can't afford a new roof. Their emergency fund went to paying for Brick's cavity. Speaking of Brick, he's been offering a little bit of levity lately by spouting Shakespearean quotes. He does this anywhere because, well, all the world's a stage. Of course, he's performing on an extremely wet stage once the dishwasher releases some raging waters throughout the kitchen.
Bob thinks Frankie should consider moving into an apartment complex called Hickory Arms. That's not to be confused with the cheese and sausage place known as Hickory Farms. The spacious apartment looks great. Frankie loves it. Mike actually likes the pad more than he thought he would. The kids, however, are steadfastly against a move. If only Frankie and Mike knew what was the right thing to do.