The Middle: The Complete Sixth Season
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It's Season Six, and as the kids keep getting older, Frankie and Mike (Patricia Heaton and Neil Flynn) think family life is going to get easier, but they couldn't be more wrong! Bigger kids only means bigger problems! With Brick (Atticus Shaffer) starting seventh grade as well as a new relationship (with girl!), there Just might be hope for him (whoop!). Meanwhile , it's the "year of sue" and Sue (Eden Sher) is navigating her way through her senior year of high school with blissful abandon, and Axl (Charlie McDermott) is still figuring out all the angles in his college experience, while Frankie and Mike muddle their way through middle-age, middle-income Middle America. But be warned: Whatever the Hecks do, do not attempt it at home.
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If you are new to "the middle", this sitcom focuses on the Heck family - they live in Indiana, in the middle of the country. They live in a small town like many in the middle do, they struggle to make ends meet like those in the middle have to do, they have average kids (mostly) like most of us do, and in pretty much every way are in the middle, geographically, economically, educationally, etc.
The casting is awesome. Mike and Frankie are the parents to Axl, Sue and Brick. To get some insight into the show, the Hecks thought that giving a child a cool name would help make them cool - that just didn't work out for Brick. Axl ruled HS but is finding life in a bigger pond to be a challenge. Sue is socially invisible to just about everyone, and Brick lives in and through books.
You will love this!
Be advised that the dialog in this show is sprinkled/littered(?) with some language that can be offensive to some.
All in all 5 stars!
the middle class and mid-west, and lower-income people trying (or not) to survive!!
The only thing I don't like is when animals are used, such as the Cockatoos, and I worry that care wasn't taken in
the use of them, or when comments are made that encourage the lack of compassion to animals.
This happens rarely on The Middle, but it should not be considered comedy on any show, ever.