Brick wants Frankie to dress as a superhero for a school presentation; Sue fails to make the swimming team; and Axl gets his provisional driving licence.
All 24 episodes from the second season of the US sitcom following Frankie Heck (Patricia Heaton) and her family in the fictional town of Orson, Indiana. A devoted wife to quarry manager Mike (Neil Flynn) and mother to their three children, Axl (Charlie McDermott), Sue (Eden Sher) and Brick (Atticus Shaffer), Frankie spends her days balancing her job as a car salesperson with family life. The episodes are: 'Back to School', 'Homecoming', 'The Diaper Incident', 'The Quarry', 'Foreign Exchange', 'Halloween', 'A Birthday Story', 'Errand Boy', 'Thanksgiving II', 'A Simple Christmas', 'Taking Back the House', 'The Big Chill', 'Super Sunday', 'Valentine's Day II', 'Friends, Lies and Videotape', 'Hecks On a Plane', 'The Math Class', 'Spring Cleaning', 'The Legacy', 'Royal Wedding', 'Mother's Day II', 'The Prom', 'The Bridge' and 'Back to Summer'.
The Hecks head off on a last-minute break ahead of the new school year; Axl plays a mischievous trick on Sue; and Frankie walks out after being humiliated by a member of her family.
Brick tries to grow a giant tomato; Frankie goes back to college; and Sue mentors a new pupil.
Axl moves into his college dorm; Frankie is annoyed that Axl is returning Mike's texts but not hers; and Sue lands a job in a shopping mall.
In Season 6, Sue finally has her braces removed, Axl furnishes his new house with items stolen from his family home, and Brick tells Frankie and Mike he wants to go to a school dance.
In Season 7, Brick is worried when Cindy says they should take their relationship to the next level, Axl tries to solve an ant problem at his house, and Sue puts her foot in it with Devin.