If you're unfamiliar with the premise of "The Middle," it is not that difficult to grasp. It is a comedy about the Heck family. Husband Mike and wife Frankie live normal lives in the midwest with their three children. Well, I say normal because they are usually typical situations that I think all of us can relate to at one point or another. Season two was chalked full of interesting storylines that were just as interesting as season one! It is definitely worth your time to keep up with the Hecks!
"In one episode, Brick shares Sue's room where they accidently knock a hole in her wall, they try to fix it but only make it worse. They attempt to cover it up by putting a poster over it but it doesn't work. Have you ever been in that situation with your sibling or good friend? Did you try and cover it up or did you just admit it?"
I don't remember ever breaking everything with my siblings and trying to cover it up- likewise with my friends. I do remember once breaking (or I thought I broke) someone's carpet cleaning machine and I just returned it to their garage like nothing happened. Another time my rabbit chewed through the cord of something I borrowed from someone and when they asked for it back I kept making excuses about when I'd get it to them. (Hmm, maybe people shouldn't loan me things.) Lastly, there was the time my brother took this record player (he was like 10 or 12) and tried to rewire it to play faster and when he plugged it in flames shot out of the outlet. I'm pretty sure I didn't tattle about that.
"Have you ever been in a situation similar to Brick and Sue's? See how the Hecks brilliantly true-to-life kids cover up their accident on The Second Season of The Middle on DVD, currently available for pre-order and hitting shelves on 9/27/11"