Speaking of doing the right thing, Sue and ex-boyfriend Brad are starring in an educational skit for school. They are Team Sober Non-Texting and Driving ambassadors. The theme of their routine is "bad choices." And that doesn't include the odd costumes they don during their skit about two dead teens who finally learn their lesson about texting and driving. Contrary to the subject matter, it's a very lively performance.
Axl is woefully unprepared for an upcoming Spanish test. The plan is to fake an illness. The problem is that there's a big party the night of exam day. Axl knows he must begin his fake illness the night before so that he'll be too sick for the test but be well on the road to recovery come party time.
The plan works well until Axl learns there's an oral exam the next day. He'll just have to pull a "sick, not sick, sick" scam. His attempt throw an additional "not sick" in at the end in order to play in a big game fall flat. So he lays a Jewish holiday excuse on his teacher. This is topped off by a lie about attending a funeral to get himself out of a makeup test on Saturday. Believe it or not, his "sick, not sick, sick, Jewish holiday, family funeral" scam actually works!
Frankie and Mike are seriously considering a move to apartment life. Things change when some neighbors pop by to help Mike fix that leaky roof. It turns into a bit of a block party. All thoughts of Hickory Arms become a distant memory as more and more people come to help. Unfortunately for Axl, a few of those helpers are folks who clue in Frankie to his big "sick, no sick" deception. Hey, that's what neighbors are for!