Grand Rapids, Mich. (WOTV) - Wednesday night may possibly be the funniest night on ABC. Here's tonight's line-up and what's in store for your favorite shows on WOTV4!
The Middle (8-8:30 p.m.)
"From Orson with Love" - After discovering that Sue's life, as defined on Facebook, is pretty pathetic, Frankie creates an online alias (or two or three) and tries to make her daughter as popular as possible. Meanwhile, after reading Tuesdays with Morrie, Frankie's healthy dad, Tag (Jerry Van Dyke), coerces Mike into listening to his long-winded life stories. Axl and Brick attempt to mix things up by getting a bunch of baby bunnies and kittens adopted by producing a viral video starring the animals in a James Bond knockoff. It all happens tonight on "The Middle," on WOTV4.
Family Tools (8:30-9:00 p.m.)
"Terry By Design" - When Terry impresses a client with design advice, she and Jack decide to expand the family business with "Designs By Terry." When the design business starts taking over Mr. Jiffy Fix, both Jack and Darren look for a way to separate the businesses, and it's up to Tony to get Terry and Jack talking again. Meanwhile, Mason becomes CPR certified and wants nothing more than to save a life, on the Series Finale of "Family Tools.
Modern Family (9:00-9:30 p.m.)
"Career Day" - Phil is jazzed to share the wonders of residential real estate with Luke and Manny's classmates for career day, but unfortunately for Phil, his nemesis, Gil Thorpe, shows up and things get ugly. Meanwhile, Gloria challenges Jay's claims of always wanting to become a novelist, forcing Jay to take some shameful measures, and Mitch and Cam make a costly mistake while executing tooth fairy duties.
The Neighbors (9:30-10:00 p.m.)
"Juan of the Dead" - When Hidden Hills' beloved gardener, Juan, unexpectedly dies, the aliens are forced to deal with something totally foreign to them. Debbie and Marty struggle to explain that death is something that comes to all humans, but Larry Bird is determined to find a way to solve that little problem. It all starts with the plotted out departed Juan, on "The Neighbors."
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