MINI-BINGE: Catch Up on the First Episodes of the Season

By Derek Wong | Oct 24th, 2014

Get caught up with the sixth season of your favorite family.  The first episodes of season 6 are now available to watch, so don't miss the begining of the Year of Sue, Sue's final school play, Axl picking his college major and Brick's first school dance.

The first five episodes are now available to watch (no sign-in required!) through WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 12, 2014.  Visit The Middle episode guide to start watching now!  Here's the list of episodes you'll be able to watch.

WATCH NOW: Episode 1 - Unbraceable You »
Frankie (Patricia Heaton) makes a giant blunder when she discovers that school started a week earlier than she thought, and Sue (Eden Sher) and Brick (Atticus Shaffer) must scramble to catch up on the days they've missed and re-acclimate themselves to school life. Meanwhile, it looks like the “Year of Sue” might be starting off on a high when she finally gets her braces removed. Axl (Charlie McDermott) beats Mike (Neil Flynn) at basketball for the first time in his life, and Brick gets creative in an attempt to find the perfect school book bag.

Preview "Unbraceable You":


WATCH NOW: Episode 2 - The Loneliest Locker »
Frankie (Patricia Heaton) and Mike scramble to find second jobs in a desperate attempt to afford sending Sue (Eden Sher) to a good college next year. Sue and Brad strive to do something different and important while writing, directing and starring in the senior play, entitled "The Loneliest Locker," instead of eating the family out of house and home, Axl (Charlie McDermott) literally begins to take the home apart when he removes -- without asking -- as many household items as he can to furnish his and Hutch's new rented house, and Brick drives the family crazy when he finds a box containing all of his noisy and annoying childhood toys -- that were purposely stowed away by Frankie -- and begins playing with them.

Preview "The Loneliest Locker":


WATCH NOW: Episode 3 - Major Anxiety »
In an attempt to become more social, Brick (Atticus Shaffer) shocks Frankie (Patricia Heaton) and Mike (Neil Flynn) by informing them that he'd like to go to his middle school's Fall Fantasy Dance, Axl (Charlie McDermott) begins to panic when he discovers that he needs to declare a college major by the end of the week -- and he has absolutely no idea what he wants to do, and Sue (Eden Sher) finds herself becoming a bit twitchy and nervous when she begins to drink a lot of coffee in an attempt to appear more mature and sophisticated, now that she's a high school senior.

Preview "Major Anxiety":

WATCH NOW: Episode 4 - The Table »
As Frankie (Patricia Heaton) and Mike (Neil Flynn) wish each other a happy 20-somethingth wedding anniversary, Axl (Charlie McDermott) decides that he and Hutch need to class up their broke-down house and find another roommate to help with expenses. But while helping Axl track down a dining room table to help spruce up his house, Frankie finds a full dining set on sale online for $50 and ends up giving Axl the Heck house dining room table, while she excitedly looks forward to her new purchase. Meanwhile, after being presented with a special necklace to proclaim his love, Sue (Eden Sher) becomes angry with her boyfriend, Darrin, when she discovers that he had also given the same gift to his former girlfriend. And Brick (Atticus Shaffer) begins a podcast.

Preview "The Table":


WATCH NOW: Episode 5 - Halloween V »
It's Halloween night, and Frankie (Patricia Heaton) and Mike (Neil Flynn) are stunned – and a bit scared -- to learn that Brick (Atticus Shaffer)  has invited a girl over to the house just to hang with him. Meanwhile, to help supplement her college fund, Sue (Eden Sher) attempts to put together a pumpkin patch screening of the animated classic, “It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown,” and Axl (Charlie McDermott) reluctantly goes to the library to write a history paper and ironically gets locked inside after staying past closing hours.


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