It’s the year of the Hecks on The Middle. After the family assigns New Year’s resolutions, Brick chews gum to battle reading withdrawal.
The reboot of Two and a Half Men has made it to 2012. As Walden starts to lose control of his company, only Alan can save him.
Walden’s brother was a gorilla. As in, the primate. This is Christmas on Two and a Half Men.
A dishwasher for Frankie, a Bible for Brick, Rev. Tim Tom for Sue, and a cool friend for Bob. Christmas has come to The Middle.
Rose comes back to Two and a Half Men to transform Bridget into her man-stalking apprentice.
The Middle celebrates Thanksgiving with tiny pink marshmallows, air mattresses, a toy bear, Molly Shannon and Jerry Van Dyke.
Alan is a good man: he only freeloads to the extent that he needs to.
Performing in “The Wizard of Oz” together is a great idea for Frankie and Sue—until Sue gets cut.
Admitted to a psychiatric hospital with Gary Busey as his roommate is nothing. Alan’s life could be a whole lot worse.
Walden is a big fan of Charlie’s work, and Alan is a big fan of Charlie’s life.