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.
Frankie’s sad after she learns that she can no longer have children, so Mike attempts to cheer her up by offering to watch the neighbor’s baby together. Meanwhile, Sue and Axl are surprised when romance blooms between Lexie and Sean; and Brick works on his font knowledge after meeting another smart kid.