Ryan convinces Kristin to let Boyd participate in the mutton competition.
When Vanessa's sister visits, Mike suspects it's because she needs money.
After Mike notices a bump on Bud's head, Bud must confess he was jumped.
Eve has decided she wants to go to college at West Point.
Mandy's first fashion show results in her making a life-changing decision.
Eve has a new boyfriend but refuses to talk about him.
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.
Guest star Jonathan Taylor Thomas reprises his role as Kristin's boss -- hosting the Baxters at his restaurant and denying Mandy booze.
Vernon Wells is a bare-knuckle boxer who is understandably looking to switch careers. Too bad it's a recession.
Mike explains the pitfalls of becoming a nation that prioritizes feeling good over producing any tangible results, on Last Man Standing's season 3 episode, "Hard-Ass Teacher."
Circle of Life - Sneak Peek
"Last Halloween Standing" sneak peek.
Mike Baxter discusses ham radio, the FCC and the freedom to say what you want over the airwaves...or the lack thereof.
Mike talks about American holiday traditions, and the men and women in the Armed Forces who make our celebrations possible.
The Baxter adults debate whether Boyd has a medical condition...or if he's just an energetic boy who needs an outlet. Somehow it turns into Men vs. Women.
We require background checks for buying guns, but Mike is pretty sure you should have a background check if you're planning on becoming a parent, on Last Man Standing's season 3 episode, "April Come She Will."
Last Man Standing sneak peek.
Mike Baxter believes the prizes should go to the people who have earned them -- and that trying to make it fair actually makes it unfair.
Why can't every day be Thanksgiving?
Mike explains what crooked politicians and teenage boys have in common on Last Man Standing's season 3 episode, "Eve's Boyfriend."
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