In the Season 8 finale, Axl tells his parents that he’s planning on going to Europe over the summer, which Frankie thinks is a great opportunity, but Mike thinks he should be finding a job. Meanwhile, Sue panics after she scrapes a parked SUV and doesn’t hear back from the owner after leaving several notes; and Brick discovers that his sudden onset of backaches is due to not sitting in his lawn chair, which was replaced by a normal kitchen-table chair.
The Hecks notice that their luck has changed for the better after the Prairie Scouts accidentally paint the Donahue’s address on their curb; Axl misses his final college test before graduation and pleads with his teacher to let him take it; Sue speaks to students at her former high school about college life; and a talk with Brad leads into an impromptu musical number about Sue’s many accomplishments over the years.
Frankie frantically searches the house for Axl’s graduation gift that she bought months before and hid. Meanwhile, Sue makes a sweet video for Mike’s upcoming birthday; and Brick turns to Axl to help get him into shape so that he can stick up for himself after Cindy embarrasses him by strong-arming and chasing away a boy who was bullying him.
Frankie takes Axl suit shopping for his upcoming interviews. Meanwhile, Mike threatens to get rid of the family pool if Sue and Brick don’t start using it, causing the kids to worry that he and Frankie may take even more things from their childhood away.
Frankie and Mike send Brick to Reverend TimTom’s Wilderness Jesus Jam weekend camp to brush up on his religious knowledge in preparation for his confirmation, but Brick discovers his bunkmate is the boy who he was switched at birth with that was raised by his parents for the first month of his life.
Mike’s friendship with Bill Norwood is at risk after Mike poaches Bill’s plumber at a reduced rate. Meanwhile, Frankie is crushed when Sue won’t tell her who she has a crush on; and Brick convinces Axl to let him hang out with him at college over the weekend to go to a party
Axl wonders if the universe has a message for him about his love life after he runs into all of his exes at the same party. Meanwhile, Frankie and Mike aren’t excited about a microfiche machine that Brick bought; and Sean Donahue offers to escort Sue to the Chancellor’s Ball, but doesn’t realize she already has a date.
Lexie reveals to Sue that she has a crush on Axl while spending spring break with the Hecks. Meanwhile, Mike hires Coach Babbitt to help out the quarry softball team; and Frankie tries to figure out why Nancy Donahue mentioned that she should be proud of one of her family members.
Mike convinces Dr. Goodwin to lie to Frankie about him having a toothache, but their fabricated story devolves into a tall tale. Meanwhile, Axl decides to sell the Winnebago; Sue flirts with the golf-cart driver; and Brick writes a Scottish rap musical.
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Frankie and Mike frantically attempt to shut off the water and save some treasured items when the pipes burst in the basement. But after freaking out and bickering amongst each other, Axl, Sue and Brick call a family intervention meeting to let their parents know that their constant fighting and bickering is negatively affecting them. But while the kids feel like they can benefit from their parents’ newfound realization, Frankie and Mike start to think that the kids’ lack of support makes them the ones who should be sorry.