The Baxter's neighbor Chuck Larabee stops by with his German Shepard, Lady.
A large bouquet of roses is delivered anonymously to the Baxter's house.
When tasked with researching his school's namesake, Boyd gets a little help from Kristin and Ryan and his report causes outrage, prompting the school to reconsider its name.
Mike and Ryan vehemently disagree when a school counselor suggests that Boyd start ADHD medication; Mandy tries to get good grades.
Vanessa worries Eve will become an outcast after she posts one of Mike's vlogs on her Facebook page; the Baxters have a run-in with the law.
Mandy arranges a holiday surprise for the family's housekeeper; Vanessa gives Boyd an elf doll and tells him it's magical.
After giving his great-grandson Boyd a spanking, Bud is surprised that Mike agrees with Kristen and Ryan about not using that style of discipline as a last resort.
On Thanksgiving, Mike's dad (Robert Forster) announces plans to open a recreational marijuana store; Mike worries what message his dad's business venture will send to the family.
Vanessa feels guilty after encouraging Mandy to end things with Kyle, so she decides to try to make things right.
When Eve's neighbor beats her to starting her annual snow shoveling business, Mike gives her a lesson on capitalism and the free market.
When Mike is reluctant to support a neighbor in her bid for the school board, he comes under suspicion when campaign signs start disappearing; Eve gets mixed messages when Kristin and Many give her advice on romance.
Boyd finds Vanessa's ideas for the Halloween haunted house too scary.
Kristin finds herself comparing her boyfriend to John Baker (Jonathan Taylor Thomas), the ambitious owner of the restaurant she manages; as part of Eve's sniper/hunter training, she and Mike try to catch each other unaware.
Vanessa encourages Mandy to enjoy college life and join a sorority; Ed goes under cover to investigate productivity on The Outdoor Man loading dock.
Despite having a good time teaching Eve how to drive, Mike thinks Vanessa should take over so she and Eve can bond; Mandy is annoyed by Mike's endless requests for Kyle to do work around the house.
Mike learns that Kyle's new-found interest in philosophy is distracting him from his work; Mike worries about Boyd attending a bilingual school.
Last Man Standing sneak peek.
It's too much for Boyd -- and Ryan.
Mike argues that words are what you make of them in Last Man Standing’s season 3 episode, "Renaming Boyd's School."
A shout out to our first responders.
Mike Baxter discusses the risks and rewards of finding your purpose in life. Spoiler alert: it's super important.
Mike and Vanessa have another touchy conversation with Chuck and Carol Larabee in Last Man Standing's season 3 episode, "Renaming Boyd's School."
Mike Baxter discusses ham radio, the FCC and the freedom to say what you want over the airwaves...or the lack thereof.
Mike deals out his hatred for a "phony, stupid con game" in Last Man Standing's season 3 episode, "Tasers."
The Baxter family has a good discussion about one of the trickier aspects of parenting -- discipline.
Voting - Sneak Peek
Mike's latest Outdoor Man vlog -- on taxes and tyranny -- also includes a political endorsement. He might be pretty biased about this one.
Mike doesn't approve of Mandys sorority party costume, and Eve has some choice words for Mandy too.
Circle of Life - Sneak Peek
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