Mike and Chuck go on a mission to find newly-illegal incandescent bulbs.
Kyle's minor motorcycle accident causes Mandy and Ed to worry.
Mike is stuck in the middle of Kristin and Ryan.
Mike offers Mandy advice on how to set aside money to pay the taxes on her struggling online clothing business. But she decides to do it her way--by opening up a pop up store at Bud's Buds.
Mike and Chuck debate the merits of a ballot measure.
Boyd becomes petrified of leaving the house.
Mike and Ed's longtime friendship is challenged.
Boyd is sent home early from a birthday party.
Eve is picked to be her high school's first female kicker.
A show about everything that families in America are dealing with today - all filtered through the blunt "man's man" comedy of an iconic American character.
With some guidance from Mike, Ryan convinces an overprotective Kristin to let Boyd participate in the mutton busting competition at the rodeo to help build Boyd’s confidence. Meanwhile, Eve’s turned off by her boyfriend’s insecurity after he says he doesn’t want her to wear her JROTC uniform to the prom. Having heard about their fight, Eve’s not-so-secret admirer Andrew swoops in.
When Vanessa’s mooching sister April comes to visit, Mike suspects it’s because she needs money. Sure enough, April explains that she’s decided to have a baby but doesn’t have the funds for a donor egg. While Vanessa and Mike aren’t on board, Mandy comes up with a solution. Meanwhile at Outdoor Man, Mike tries pulling a prank on Chuck Larabee that gives him some new perspective.
After Mike notices a bump on Bud’s head, Bud explains that he was jumped the other night while unloading his truck at the pot shop. While Vanessa says she knew all along that Bud’s business would cause trouble, Mike isn’t ready to think of his dad getting older and tries to suggest ways that Bud can protect himself. Later, Vanessa talks with the girls about their responsibility to care for her and Mike when they reach a certain age.
Eve wants a new math teacher because hers has a reputation for being tough, and she needs straight A's. However, Mike worries that she's opting for an easy way out of a challenging situation.
For a class project, Mandy has to showcase her clothing designs at a student fashion show and asks Eve to fill in as a model. After the show, the Baxter’s are beaming with pride for Mandy’s success, until she declares that she’s decided to quit school and use the money Mike and Vanessa set aside for college to make and sell some of her designs. Mike especially doesn’t like the idea of Mandy abandoning her education right when she is finally getting her act together, and the rest of the family isn’t shy to provide their opinions either. But when Mike goes to talk to her, he finds out that Grandpa Bud has complicated things.
Eve has a new boyfriend but refuses to talk about him. After Vanessa pressures her for some good ol’ girl talk, Eve concedes and opens up, much to Vanessa’s joy. But when Mandy and Kristin catch wind that Eve’s boyfriend is taking part in the same overnight Junior ROTC camping trip as Eve, their past mistakes prompt them to be concerned.
Last Man Standing sneak peek.
Mike talks about female stereotypes.
Mike and Vanessa have another touchy conversation with Chuck and Carol Larabee in Last Man Standing's season 3 episode, "Renaming Boyd's School."
Mandy takes credit for being a "miracle worker."
Vanessa announces a big career change.
Boyd might have chickenpox.
Putting a Hit on Christmas - Sneak Peek
Mike explains how to keep yourself busy -- and alive -- during retirement.
Mandy (Molly Ephraim) needs a leggy model for her little black dresses, and Vanessa (Nancy Travis) volunteers.
Mike says vaccinations won the Revolutionary War.
Mike explains what crooked politicians and teenage boys have in common on Last Man Standing's season 3 episode, "Eve's Boyfriend."
Chuck Larabee has a revelation about the Baxters.
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