History YMMV / TheMiddle

12th Jun '16 12:55:11 AM ecojosh1
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* CrossesTheLineTwice: Sue's TransparentCloset friend Brad got sent to a religious camp where he got cured... of his "smoking."

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Sue's TransparentCloset friend Brad got sent to a religious camp where he got cured... of his "smoking.""
** When Sue and Lexie bully a girl with chronic fatigue syndrome because they thought she was faking it.
18th Apr '16 9:45:38 AM KlawKalash
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* CrossesTheLineTwice: Sue's TransparentCloset friend Brad got sent to a religious camp where he got cured....of his "smoking."

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* CrossesTheLineTwice: Sue's TransparentCloset friend Brad got sent to a religious camp where he got cured....cured... of his "smoking."
14th Apr '16 10:27:20 PM jormis29
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* SpiritualSuccessor: Often considered this to ''MalcolmInTheMiddle'' due to its similar name, focus on a dysfunctional suburban family, and similar family dynamics to the former series.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: Often considered this to ''MalcolmInTheMiddle'' ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'' due to its similar name, focus on a dysfunctional suburban family, and similar family dynamics to the former series.
28th Feb '16 10:08:12 AM tetsuzan
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** The episode where Sue goes to college it presents Mike as an incredibly OverprotectiveDad by having her master a ridiculous amount of skill before letting her go. However nothing about Sue up to this point would lead the view to believe that she is ready to live on her own. Even her actions in this episode leave that into question.
15th Feb '16 12:08:16 PM catriona176
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** Sue’s perpetual quirkiness ranges between sympathetic, funny, to just plain annoying something’s within a single episode.

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** Sue’s perpetual quirkiness ranges between from sympathetic, funny, to just funny to plain annoying something’s - sometimes within a single episode.
15th Feb '16 12:07:00 PM catriona176
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** Despite his many quirks, Brick just comes of as an apathetic {{Jerkass}} sometimes.

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** Despite his many quirks, Brick just comes of off as an apathetic {{Jerkass}} sometimes.
7th Jan '16 5:56:34 AM CantNotLookAtThisSite
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* SpiritualSuccessor: Often considered this to ''MalcolmInTheMiddle'' due to its similar name, focus on a dysfunctional suburban family, and similar family dynamics to the former series.
14th Aug '15 10:29:13 PM SwimToTheMoon
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* {{Padding}}: Quite a bit of it, especially in the later seasons. The whole Disneyworld fiasco could easily have been narrowed down to one episode rather than the two it ended up being as not much happens in the first.
14th May '15 11:37:45 PM Elemiel
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** The last episode of season 6. Triples as a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming and CrowningMomentOfAwesome. After having a terrible final week of school (she loses her yearbook which also had her name wrong, finds out she won't win any school accomplishments, and her graduation cap and gown are the wrong size), Sue is outright forced to attend her graduation by being carried out of the house because she is certain nobody ever noticed nor will remember her afterwards. She's completely proven wrong as her yearbook is returned to her by classmates surrounding her, completely filled with the signatures of the entire graduating class thanking her for the little moments and wishing her well.

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** The last episode of season 6. Triples as a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming and CrowningMomentOfAwesome. After having a terrible final week of school (she loses her yearbook which also had her name wrong, finds out she won't win any school accomplishments, and her graduation cap and gown are the wrong size), Sue is outright forced to attend her graduation by being carried out of the house because she is certain nobody ever noticed will notice her missing nor will they remember her afterwards. She's completely proven wrong as her yearbook is returned to her by classmates surrounding her, completely filled with the signatures of the entire graduating class thanking her for the little moments and wishing her well.
14th May '15 11:36:33 PM Elemiel
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** At the end of the Valentine's Day episode, Darrin asks for Sue's hand in marriage. She originally says yes, but at the end of the next episode Sue realizes that there's still more she wants to do before settling down and breaks off the engagement. Simultaneously ending their relationship.
** The last episode of season 6. Triples as a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming and CrowningMomentOfAwesome. After having a terrible final week of school (she loses her yearbook which also had her name wrong, finds out she won't win any school accomplishments, and her graduation cap and gown are the wrong size), Sue is outright forced to attend her graduation by being carried out of the house because she is certain nobody ever noticed nor will remember her afterwards. She's completely proven wrong as her yearbook is returned to her by classmates surrounding her, completely filled with the signatures of the entire graduating class thanking her for the little moments and wishing her well.
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