Desperate to keep his buddies from watching the fight at a neighbor's house, Frank promises an epic big-screen experience. But now he has to deliver.
Frank's attempt to teach Kevin a lesson about respect yields unintended results. Meanwhile, Maureen makes babysitting a nightmare for Bill.
Frank makes a powerful friend at a football game. Frank's move into management stirs up trouble with his old work pals.
Halloween is all tricks and no treats as Frank secretly torpedoes Sue's shot at a real job and a bully leaves Bill afraid to don his costume.
Bill's surprise attack on the neighborhood bully backfires in a big way. Frank has to swallow his pride to make good on a promise to Kevin.
Christmas Eve turns chaotic as Frank's deal to avoid a strike hits a last-minute snag and Bill's first stint as an altar boy leads to trouble.
As Frank stews over his lost job, Sue tries to lighten the mood with a family sledding trip. But the outing brings on more headaches.
Frank's big meeting doesn't play out quite like he expected. Fed up with plasticware parties, Sue begins to fantasize about a change.
Sue discovers a major downside of office life, Frank sucks it up for a trip to the unemployment line, and Kevin finally gets a space of his own.
As Frank scrambles to prove himself at a new job, Kevin and his band plot to get their song on the radio. Sue has a Plast-a-Ware brainstorm.
Kevin's dreams of rock stardom stir up trouble at home. A setback the day before hockey tryouts pushes Bill over the edge. Sue gives her big pitch.
Frank's job takes him back to the airport, with awkward results. Kevin prepares for his date with "haircut girl." Bill revels in his new outlaw ways.
Sue meets with the queen of Plast-a-Ware and plans a romantic night out with Frank. But a call from Maureen's school triggers a family meltdown.
As Sue and Frank try to hash things out, Kevin is wracked with guilt over the incident at Vic's. Bill comes face to face with his old nemesis.
A couple's retreat leads to a moment of truth for Frank and Sue. Bill and Phillip hatch a plan to deal with Jimmy. Surprises abound at Vic's party.
Sue gears up for her big moment at the shareholders' meeting, while Frank and friends lay a trap for Scoop. But the day takes a dramatic turn.
The Murphys kick off summer with a trip to the town Memorial Day parade, where bottled-up frustrations and fears about the new baby boil over.
Sue's hopes of a romantic night with Frank at the drive-in are dashed when he brings the new neighbors along. Kevin's bandmates drop a bombshell.
Sue dreams up a new invention, Kevin starts summer school, Bill suffers an awkward mishap at the pool, and a promotion stokes tensions at the airport.
As the guys start work on the baby's room, Chet takes Frank on an unforgettable outing to the Air Force base. A jealous Phillip lashes out at Bill.
While Sue hosts a soul-crushing focus group for the Forkoontula, Frank tries to keep Vic from bonding with Chet, and Bill sneaks out with Bridget.
Frank can't wait to party with his new best bud on the Fourth of July, but rising tensions between Chet and Sue set off the wrong kind of fireworks.
The family's summer trip to a lakeside cabin takes one vexing turn after another, and Kevin relives a traumatic childhood moment.
An unwelcome surprise sends Frank's bromance with Chet into a tailspin. Maureen and Phillip train for their big day. Bill's breakup gets messy.
After bailing Kevin out, Frank tries a new parenting tactic. Meanwhile, Maureen's shot at TV fame hits a snag, and Bill weighs a big decision.
As the Murphys and their neighbors scour the city, Bill bounces from one harrowing ordeal to the next. Rosie's debate turns into a rescue mission.
A surprise visit from his estranged dad sends Frank off the deep end — and into the confession booth.
On back-to-school night, Frank stews over flashbacks to his fourth-grade play, while Sue fights to get Kevin into a special program for "dim lights."
Frank struggles to make good on his promises to Bill and Maureen. Vic gets a rude surprise on his first day back at the radio station.
A lunch date sends Sue even deeper into a funk,?Bill discovers a different side of his grandfather, and a desperate Vic offers to record Kevin's band.
While Frank and his dad tend to an emergency at the airport, Sue spends a maddening night at the hospital, and Bill takes a beating in the hockey rink.
Frank's pledge to be a better father and husband is tested by one calamity after the next, leading to an epic meltdown at Lamaze class.
Eager to make his mark as an alderman, Rosie heads to City Hall — only to find out the crooked mayor?has his own plans for the Twelfth Ward.
A string of good luck lifts the mood at the Murphy house. But a family outing to the fourth-grade play unleashes a fresh wave of chaos.
While Frank and the Mohican crew head to X-ray training in Cleveland, Vic gives Kevin and the band a total makeover for Kweezetoberfest.
As Sue sets out on a star-crossed trek to the hospital, Frank races to catch a flight home — and vows to settle things with his dad once and for all.