Grand Rapids, Mich. (WOTV) - It's a big night for laughs on ABC. Here's what's in store for a great lineup tonight on WOTV4!
The Middle (8-8:30 p.m.)
"Wheel of Pain" - After accidentally breaking the family room window, Axl, Sue and Brick decide to band together and place the blame on the neighborhood bad seed Glossner children. But Frankie and Mike know that the kids aren't being truthful and put together a wheel of pain, in which the kids must spin the wheel and land on a consequence, hoping that one of them will break down and confess -- which puts Sue's "Sue-weet 16 Party" at risk. Meanwhile, Frankie needs to please her no-nonsense dental assisting school teacher, Mrs. Armwood (Jane Kaczmarek, "Malcolm in the Middle"), in order to obtain a prime dental rotation spot, tonight on "The Middle.
Family Tools (8:30-9:00 p.m.)
"Role Model" - Terry thinks Mason needs a strong male role model and, lacking a better option, enlists Jack to step in. Meanwhile Tony, Darren and Stitch buy Ellis a new wheelchair and trick it out, which seems like a good idea at the time, until Ellis takes off, on "Family Tools."
Modern Family (9-9:30 p.m.)
"The Butler's Escape" - Luke wants to quit magic and Phil just can't seem to accept it. Meanwhile, one of Gloria's new pregnancy symptoms is snoring and she's keeping the whole house awake, forcing Jay to take desperate measures; and Mitch and Cam's household dynamic is put to the test when they decide to swap duties -- Mitch staying at home with Lily while Cam goes off to work at his new job as the music teacher at Luke and Manny's school -- on "Modern Family."
How to Live With Your Parents (For The Rest Of Your Life) ( 9:30-10:00 p.m.)
How To Not Waste Money" - Max and Polly bond when he helps her learn to follow through on doing things -- like Groupons that she amassed while coping with her separation from Julian -- on "How To Live With Your Parents (For The Rest Of Your Life)."
The Lookout (10:00-11:00 p.m.)
"ABC's The Lookout" is a survival guide to the modern consumer jungle, offering a mix of compelling undercover investigations and lively dispatches about how you spend your money. "ABC's The Lookout's" team will do whatever it takes to help you get more out of your money. Reports airing on Wednesday, June 12 include:
* All-Inclusive Vacations - Correspondent Paula Faris, her husband and two children go undercover on vacation in Mexico to learn what to look out for when booking that all-inclusive trip. Also, from restaurants, oceanfront rooms and room decor, an expert shows us how sometimes online photos can be deceiving.
* Germs! -- Heading out on vacation and worried about germs? "ABC's The Lookout's" "germ team" joins Correspondent Nick Watt and a germaphobic mom and her family on the great American road trip to investigate where an average family encounters the most germs and what dangers they may pose. Will it be the roller coaster handle, the bathroom, the dirty rag used to clean the restaurant table, the kids' hands, the hotel bed cover, the remote control or the kids' fun zone? And was their vacation any germier than their home?
* Airline Ticket Prices -- Our bags are packed and we're heading to the airport to find out if and why you're paying more for your airplane ticket than the person sitting next to you. Plus, Correspondent Linsey Davis asks experts: Are there really tricks to buying cheap tickets?