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In the words of They Might Be Giants' rollicking Grammy-winning theme song, "life is unfair." The inventive and wholly original sitcom Malcolm in the Middle has been honored with a Peabody Award and Emmys for directing and writing, but if life was fair, it would have earned an Emmy for Best Comedy Series, not to mention statuettes for its pitch-perfect cast. With his perpetual "yes, me worry" expression, Frankie Muniz instantly earns audience empathy as Malcolm, whose chances for a normal life are thwarted not only by his genius IQ, but also by his outrageously dysfunctional family: Lois, his obsessive, control-freak mother; Hal, his loving but ineffectual father; Francis, his eldest brother waging his own private war at military school; middle brother Reese, a delinquent savant; and Dewey, the put-upon youngest. As Malcolm observes at one point, "This family may be rude, loud and gross, and have no shame whatsoever, but with them you know where you stand."
Stranded in a traffic jam, Malcolm meets his match in an intriguing young girl; Reese attempts to break into an ice cream truck; and Lois tries to control the uncontrollable chaos.
Malcolm and his brothers build the ultimate stealth weapon, while Hal and Lois battle a speeding car that terrorizes their neighborhood.
When the boys demolish Lois' meager hopes for a happy birthday, she runs away from home.
Malcolm's family goes out to dinner with the straight-laced Kenarbans, while Francis makes the mistake of inviting local girls to a party at Marlin Academy.
When the family takes a vacation to a casino, Hal gets banned from gambling and takes Malcolm and Reese on an ill-fated trek into the desert; Lois and Dewey win a free day of spa pampering.
Malcolm and Reese compete with Dewey for a cute babysitter's attention, while Hal and Lois attend a convention where Hal can't resist fighting with an old rival.
While Hal and the boys are besieged by bats after Hal brings home an antique armoire; Lois gets robbed at work.
Malcolm gets into therapy to get out of class; Francis cleans up on laundry duty; Dewey turns out to be a skittles prodigy; and Hal and Lois attempt to clean out an over-stuffed closet.
Malcolm's friendships suffer when he becomes the suddenly popular star of a high school play; Hal and Dewey build their very own Utopia from plastic blocks.
When Reese gives up his position as school bully, Malcolm suffers at the hands of his successors; Francis dreads his upcoming birthday at Marlin Academy.
Malcolm gets in trouble with an elderly neighbor; Francis' slacker friend enrolls at Marlin Academy; Dewey trades his backpack for a purse.
Malcolm experiences his first crush as a confusing mix of love and hate; Francis tries to avoid discipline for his latest prank; Dewey overreacts to Lois' lecture about the hazards of dirty teddy bears.
New neighbors, who turn out to be even more awful than Malcolm's family, move in next door; the Marlin Academy cadets prepare for a visit from Oliver North.
Hal quits his job to become an artist; Francis suffers though a week of inventory work at Lucky Aide; and Malcolm begins to wonder about his own career future.
Lois' disapproving parents visit; Francis goes to Mardi Gras but gets stopped by food poisoning.
Lois disputes a cop's claim she was driving recklessly, and orders Francis to pay off $750 in parking tickets he racked up under her name.
Malcolm is hospitalized for an appendectomy; Francis stages a hunger strike at Marlin Academy.
Reese discovers a talent for cooking; Malcolm tries to convince a Krelboyne classmate not to have a party; Francis is forced to write a term paper.
Malcolm tries to help Reese bring his grades up; Francis is exiled to a friend's house after defying Lois' order to patch the roof.
Malcolm and Reese's trip to a bowling alley is seen in two versions; one with Hal chaperoning and one with Lois doing the honors.
Francis forces Malcolm and Reese compete to "earn a coveted ticket to a wrestling match; Dewey loses Craig's cat while Craig is away at a comic book convention.
The younger boys try to convince Lois to let them have a mini-bike; Hal attends a father-son weekend at Marlin Academy.
Malcolm, Reese, Dewey, and Stevie sneak out to a county fair, then get locked inside after hours with a drunk, belligerent guard.
Hal is inadvertently responsible for a toxic chemical spill that forces a neighborhood evacuation; Malcolm deals with being grounded even in the emergency shelter; Francis suffers though a date with a geeky 12-year-old.
When Lois thinks she might be pregnant again, she and Hal argue...and remember how their lives changed with the births of each of their sons.
Erik Per Sullivan(Dewey)
Catherine Lloyd Burns(Caroline Miller)
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