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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."
While guilt-ridden Malcolm and Dewey try to do penance for driving Reese into the Army, Lois goes on a mission to find Reese and bring him home...and Reese himself goes AWOL.
Reclassified as "normal" at school, Dewey basks in Lois' approval but is sorely missed by his former special-needs classmates; and Hal becomes a genius hero to a group of dimwitted bodybuilders.
Malcolm and Lois clash over an offensive advertising standee at the drug store; and Hal battles a garbage man who refuses to pick up a large item from the family's trash.
Neighbor Jessica convinces Malcolm that Reese is gay and Reese that Malcolm is gay; Dewey write an essay on Hal as his hero.
When Stevie's wayward mother Kitty returns, everyone except Lois forgives her; after an intense sunburn, Reese attempts to peel a whole, intact coat of skin from his body.
With Money too tight for Christmas gifts, Lois declares a "handmade" Christmas; Hal panics when his gifts don't measure up to those made by his sons.
When Hal gets stressed out over buying Lois an anniversary gift, he starts sleepwalking, which Reese discovers is a highly suggestible state; Malcolm tries to learn to play the guitar.
Trying to win a battle of wills with young Jamie, Lois brings Francis home to help her remember how she conquered him when he was a baby.
Malcolm uses his illegal gambling profits to buy a junk car, which quickly takes over is life; Hal discovers a talent for hair styling; and Lois discovers Craig is having an affair with the boss' wife.
After Malcolm, Reese, and Dewey get caught defacing a billboard advertising a strip club, they try to escape Lois' wrath by staging an improptu protest for women's rights.
When his parents fight over a new bed, Dewey writes an opera based on their arguments; Malcolm gets into "street luging."
Indecisive Hal is chosen to make a life-or-death decision for a neighbor he hardly knows; and Malcolm, Reese, and Dewey coach Craig on fighting his arch-enemy.
When Hal and Lois carve out some time for deep personal discussions, Hal is upset to learn Lois doesn't believe in an afterlife; Malcolm is roped into emceeing a silly charity auction at school.
After Ida loses a leg saving Dewey from being hit by a truck, Francis is forced to stay with her, Dewey holds a funeral for the severed limb.
Dewey defies his father and invites an oddball school chum for a sleepover; Malcolm and Reese discover just how unpopular they are with their peers.
On Francis' 21st birthday, Hal fulfills an old promise to take Francis on a motorcycle trip; and Malcolm, Reese, and Dewey hide from a bully who wants to give one of them a beating.
While working the night shift at the Lucky Aide, Malcolm finds a man living in the store; and Reese befriends a crop of caterpillars he acquired during his spring break job.
Ida forces Lois to bake a special tart for an old world saint's holiday; Malcolm meets his match with music appreciation; and Hal tries to bod with Reese by watching gory horror movies.
Hal takes over for a motivational speaker at a seminar and discovers a talent for the job; Reese joins a dog pack; and Lois catches Dewey "seeing another mom."
Malcolm gets promoted to a position promoting the Lucky Aide from atop a pair of stilts; Hal tries to make up for accidentally blowing the household budget on a phone-sex line.
While Dewey helps Francis research games for job interview; the Buseys take their teacher hostage; Malcolm talks Hal into becoming head of the local homeowners' association.
When the boys enter Lois in a beauty pageant as a joke, she takes it seriously and competes to win; Malcolm becomes a slave to Mr. Herkabe; and Reese discovers he's beautiful.
Erik Per Sullivan(Dewey)
Catherine Lloyd Burns(Caroline Miller)
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