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In the hit shows eighth season, the Heck kids continue to smash through their comfort zones and navigate new situations, which may or may not be comforting to parents Frankie and Mike. Axl may be living out of a Winnebago, but he has discovered the love of his life. Meanwhile, always-optimistic Sue has caught the acting bug in Dollywood and is changing her major to drama. Now in high school, Brick has made it his mission to fit in with his peers, and not be one of the weird kids.

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Patricia Heaton

Patricia Heaton is an Emmy-winning actress whose career has spanned television, theater, feature films and publishing. She most recently starred in the CBS comedy, "Carol's Second Act," starring as Carol, a mom who after raising her two children and retiring from teaching, embarks on a unique second act: pursuing her dream of becoming a doctor. Heaton's next project is a new book for Simon & Schuster, Your Second Act. When Heaton's children left the nest, she discovered she had the time to pursue passions that were previously placed on hold, both personally and professionally. She now finds her greatest fulfillment in using her influence as a Celebrity Ambassador for World Vision, a non-governmental charitable organization that provides humanitarian aid throughout the world. Through her own experience, Heaton became curious about other people's stories of second-act transitions. In the book, she shares wisdom from her own personal journey as well as insight from stories of numerous people across the country. The book is filled with light-hearted anecdotes and pragmatic steps to help readers discover their own path. She recently starred in ABC's critically acclaimed comedy, The Middle, as Frankie Heck, a mom trying to find balance between her family and career in the mid-west. The show ran from 2009 to 2018. She is, perhaps, best known for her role as Debra Barone on the classic series Everybody Loves Raymond.  She won two Emmy® Awards for the role and was nominated 7 times. In addition to her Emmy® wins, Heaton is also the recipient of the Best Comedy Actress award from the Viewers for Quality Television, a SAG award and three SAG nominations in the Best Actress category for her role on Raymond.   Heaton launched her homewares line, Patricia Heaton Home with Walmart. Born out of her love for spending quality time with family and friends, the line, which launched with outdoor dining, is a natural progression of her love for entertaining. On the Emmy Award winning Food Network series, Patricia Heaton Parties, she drew inspiration from her family and travels and invited audiences to join her while she served up incredible, party friendly foods for her co-stars, friends and family.  She brought that same sensibility to print with her first cookbook, Patricia Heaton's Food for Family & Friends.  The book is full of recipes and tips for easy, fun meals, many of which can be made ahead of time.    In 2001, Heaton co-founded FourBoys Films, a production company which she runs with her husband David Hunt.  The company produced, the Sony feature comedy, Moms' Night Out and TNT's production of The Engagement Ring both of which starred Heaton.  She also starred in Hallmark Hall of Fame's, Front of the Class.  Her other credits include the TNT/Neil Simon production of The Goodbye Girl, Sony's animated The Star and ABC's The Path to 9/11.  FourBoys' additional productions include The Christmas Heart for

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