Frankie and Mike are drawn into a conflict between Frankie's uncle and her father.
On his 21st birthday, Axl refuses to come home and help Mike move a freezer; Sue receives an offer.
Sue is angry when Axl forgets to bring home a sombrero that she needs for a special school photo.
Frankie tries to help Brick make friends; Mike worries that he bullied his brother too much.
Frankie nervously waits to see if Sue got into any of the many colleges she applied too.
Frankie flirts with Finn, Axl's attractive friend; Sue must take Brick to a sci-fi convention.
Frankie realizes that she and the family forgot to celebrate Brick's 13th birthday.
The Hecks learn about Darrin's marriage proposal—and Sue's answer.
Brick learns that his quirky girlfriend wants him to kiss her on Valentine's Day.
After Aunt Edie passes away, the Hecks board a train to take her body to South Dakota.
Mr. Ehlert forces Frankie to work on the lot for a day in order to collect money from an old check.
Frankie starts hanging out with a woman who was popular in high school.
Tired of decorating for the holidays, Frankie decides to have a minimalist Christmas.
Frankie abandons Brick and his school project to go see Axl in his first college football game.
With the house in disrepair, Frankie suggests the family have Thanksgiving at the local buffet.
The Heck house is thrown into turmoil when the kitchen sink caves in.
Frankie and Mike are surprised when Brick invites a girl over to the house to hang out.
When Frankie finds a dining room set online for $50, she gives the family's old table to Axl.
In an effort to be more social, Brick decides to go to the fall dance; Sue starts drinking coffee.
Mike and Frankie search for second jobs in order to send Sue to a good college.
Frankie discovers school started a week earlier than she thought; Brick looks for a new book bag.