In "Mother's Day II," Axl texted the wrong girl with an invitation to the prom. His mystery date turns out to be a young lady known as Weird Ashley. Frankie says, "You never know, today's weird girl might be tomorrow's Tina Fey." Nevertheless, Axl wants out. Frankie says he doesn't have to honor his errant text if he explains to Ashley what happened with dignity and respect. As you may have guessed, that doesn't happen.
After a brief exchange with Samantha the school newscaster, Sue takes a shot at sitting with her in the cafeteria. Samantha's dining area is pretty high up in the popularity pecking order. She sits at the B Table. It's not quite an A, but it's certainly not bad. Sue's first attempt to blend in at the table doesn't go well. She needs a B plan—literally!
Brick performs a homemade play for his parents. It's an original production called Alien Robot. Frankie and Mike are pleasantly surprised by the compelling story, crisp dialogue and satisfying ending. Sadly, Alien Robot II lacks the subtle charm of the original story, as there is no story. Soon Brick is doing improvised one-man shows that make Charlie Sheen's infamous Detroit concert seem like a "winning" debut.
Frankie learns that Axl never broke his date with Weird Ashley. That doesn't change the fact that he simply does NOT want to take her to the prom. He'd rather not go at all. Frankie can't believe she raised such an insensitive son. She needs outside help with this one. DING DONG! Someone's at the door!