After their first day, the family finds out the “garden view” hotel room they were promised wasn’t available only to be ushered into a swanky suite. The Hecks swoon over a large flat-screen TV, a television built into a bathroom mirror, huge bed even the plush toilet paper, which they stuff into suitcases. They sleep until 3:30 p.m. the next afternoon. “I can’t believe we slept the day away,” the mom, Frankie Heck, said. “Damn comfortable sheets.” Their short last day in the park was undeniably sweet: plenty of rides for the kids, a relaxing time in Epcot for their parents. They unite in the evening to watch a fireworks display.
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Middle sends love letter to Disney World – Orlando Sentinel

The message: Your family doesn’t have to be perfect to have a good time here. Fighting, fainting and near disaster in the ABC sitcom’s season finale finally gave way to joy over park rides and fireworks. But first the Heck family learned the tickets it had won were to Disneyland , not Disney World. Guest relations smoothed out that fiasco and gave the Heck family a swank hotel room. The Hecks embark on a road trip to Walt Disney World and attempt to stay positive despite a barrage of mishaps that threaten to ruin their trip, on the one-hour season finale of ABC’s “The Middle.” More troubles cropped up: Daughter Sue ( Eden Sher ) needed medical attention twice, first for fainting, then for eating too fast. Son Brick ( Atticus Shaffer ) go!! dawdled over getting a mouse-ears hat and fretted over losing it. The family slept late, and son Axl ( Charlie McDermott ) fumed that his family wouldn’t get on rides. “What is wrong with this family?” exasperated mom Frankie ( Patricia Heaton ) asked.
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