The Middle 5 Seasons 2013
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1. The Drop Off Against Axl's wishes, Frankie insists on having the entire Heck family along for the ride, as they drive to his college to move him into his dorm on the fifth season finale.
2. Change is in the Air Sue feels a new sense of freedom with Axl is out of the house; Brick avoids the school bathroom; and Frankie is jealous that Axl returns Mike's calls and texts - but not hers.
3. The Potato Sue gets a job at the mall to buy herself a car; Axl begins to spend his nights at home to avoid his college roommate; and Frankie & Mike are called into Brick's principal's office.
4. The 100th In the series' 100th episode, the town of Orson celebrates its 100th Anniversary: Frankie & Mike drive a giant cow float in the parade and Axl & his friends restart Boss Co.
5. Halloween IV: The Ghost Story As Halloween approaches, Sue holds a séance with her Wrestlerettes; Axl is hazed by the football team and not allowed to his own party; and Brick tries to ask a girl to the dance.
6. The Jump Frankie finds solace in rescuing and taking in a lost dog; Sue actually makes the volleyball team; and Axl calls on Brick for help with his college academics classes.
7. Thanksgiving V Frankie's parents - along with some uninvited guests - show up for Thanksgiving dinner; while Axl tries to find the perfect time to tell his parents some bad news.
8. The Kiss Frankie and Mike's romantic house-sitting weekend is jeopardized by the home's technical difficulties, and the bratty neighborhood Glossner kids invade the Heck household.
9. The Christmas Tree Home from college, Axl would rather spend his Christmas vacation with his friends vs. his family; while Sue's allergic reaction to the Christmas tree threatens to ruin her holiday.
10. Sleepless in Orson Frankie and Mike become concerned when Brick suddenly develops a host of irrational fears. Meanwhile, Sue is both disgusted and intrigued with affection of the neighborhood bully.
11. War of the Hecks An angry Sue tries to out-prank Axl, when she discovers he stole the school's mascot head; Meanwhile Frankie's boss, Dr. Goodwin, tries to befriend her after-work.
12. The Carpool When Frankie drives the school carpool, Brick and his friends fear she is ruining their chances of attending the "no tardy party." Axl hits the books to tutor a hot student.
13. Hungry Games The Hecks may lose out on an All-You-Can-Eat buffet when they find themselves being counseled by a new minister (KEEGAN-MICHAEL KEY) after their family squabble disrupts his sermon.
14. The Award Mike's being presented with an award for 20 years of service, but doesn't want to go. Sue puts together a plan to get noticed at school. Axl tracks down a mystery girl.
15. Vacation Days Mike is forced to take a paid vacation, but can't relax with Brick around. Frankie discovers that Axl has been secretly staying with the Donahues over Spring Break.
16. Stormy Moon Frankie is arrested over one of Brick's unreturned library books, and Sue is not impressed by Reverend TimTom's (PAUL HIPP) new girlfriend, Reverend Tammy (CASEY WILSON).
17. The Walk Frankie & Mike discover that they are more fun and charming with others than they are at home; Sue ends up with multiple prom dates; Brick asks for Axl's help with a book report.
18. The Smell Mike reluctantly becomes the new head coach of Sue's soccer team, and Frankie discovers that a hideous smell emanating from inside the house is actually coming from Brick.
19. The Wind Chimes Frankie pleads with neighborhood nemesis Rita Glossner (BROOKE SHIELDS) to take down her annoying wind chimes, while Sue informs the family that she and Darrin are dating again.
20. The Optimist Sue frantically tries to earn a scholarship to help pay for college, and Frankie must find a way to secretly send out the dental appointment reminder cards she forgot to mail for Dr. Goodwin.
21. Office Hours Frankie sets up office hours in which the kids can only voice their needs between five and six p.m., and Mike keeps a stern eye on Darrin to ensure that he doesn't take advantate of Sue.
22. Hecks on a Hard Body Sue enters a "Hands on a Hard Body" contest to try to win a car, while Mike and his wayward brother Rusty (NORM MACDONALD) take a road trip with Brick to a Chicago spelling bee.
23. Orlando In the first part of a two-part season finale, Sue counts down the days until the family departs on their road trip to Disney World, while Axl anxiously awaits his grades.
24. The Wonderful World of Hecks In the second part of the two-part season finale, the Hecks arrive at Walt Disney World and attempt to stay positive, despite a barrage of mishaps that threaten to ruin their trip.
|Director||Blake T. Evans|
|Starring||Patricia Heaton, Neil Flynn|
|Supporting actors||Charlie McDermott, Eden Sher, Atticus Shaffer, Jen Ray, Beau Wirick, John Gammon, Pat Finn, Brock Ciarlelli, Christiann Castellanos, Brian Doyle-Murray, Charles C. Stevenson, Lyn Mahler, Ari Welkom, Marianne Bourg, Lisa Dawn Rogolsky, Shane Schoeppner|
|Executive Producer||Roy Brown|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
It constantly surprises me with its take on family life and life in general, and is often very observant and even insightful--in endlessly funny ways.
I was a fan of "Everybody Loves Raymond" and the Middle is as good of a family show. The deadpan humor keeps me laughing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by hellow
We are huge fans of The Middle and were excited to watch season five. This season's writing seams different though, and there were quite a few scenes that were uncomfortable to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by zach devore
This is a great family show. It makes me laugh and cry at times. I highly recommend it. Especially check out the Mother's Day episode. Classic.Published 2 months ago by Mom6
Funny family show. Minor bad language. Topics that families can relate to are presented in a humorous manner. Excellent acting. Read morePublished 2 months ago by drabwell
I'm not typically a network series viewer, but I never miss The Middle. My DVR failed on the last episodes so I bought the last 2 from my Amazon Prime and wasn't sorry. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Samuel B. Lopez
I chose the 5-star rating because this series is hilarious, has great actors, and always makes me feel good after I watch an episode. Read morePublished 2 months ago by piratemom4ever
My daughter and I LOVE this show. It is always good for a laugh. Every character in the show is so unique. Read morePublished 3 months ago by R. Needham