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It’s Eden Sher’s year because The Middle star is married
July 13th, 2020 under The Middle. [ Comments: none ]

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Due to COVID-19, people all over the world are being forced to cancel their weddings. Well, Eden Sher and Nick Cron-DeVico were not going to let a pandemic, stop them from saying I do.

While their wedding looked different than what they dreamed of, their big day was all about them, and their dog Peanut as they became man, wife, and furents!

The new Mr. & Mrs. held their nuptials in their backyard yesterday, and their friend, Ally Conover, officiated the ceremony.

While it was not the big wedding that The Middle’s Sue Heck would have pictured, it was perfect for them.

The couple got engaged in March 2019 after going out for four years.

Congrats to the two, may they have many years of love and happiness.


It is the year of Eden Sher!
March 12th, 2019 under The Middle. [ Comments: none ]

Eden Sher’s spinoff of The Middle might not have been picked up, but she got something better. The actress revealed her newest role today.

She wrote, “It’s been more than 4 years, we’ve been to 4 countries, lived in 2 houses, have 2 dogs, been REAL BORED in 12 airports, gotten fancy 100+ times, taken 58 photo booths, have collectively 1 Emmy, and now @nickcrondevico and I get to spend THE REST OF ETERNITY DOING MORE OF ALL OF IT. V EXCITING NEWS GUYS: WE ENGAGED AS FUUUUUUCK!!!!!!! 😍😘🤯🥳🎅🤶🕺💃🙇🙋👫💏 🚀”

Her finace’ Nick Cron-DeVico, who writes for Robot Chicken, said, “A few nights ago I got engaged to the coolest person I know. Can’t wait to spend the rest of our lives growing up together. It’s been an amazing 4 years. Here’s to another 4!”

Congrats to the happy couple. I cannot wait to see their wedding photos because it will be as cute as them.


The Middle produced a marriage!
July 16th, 2018 under The Middle. [ Comments: none ]

Even though Daniela Bobadilla, 25, married the oldest Heck child on The Middle and Beau Wirick, 32, wedded the middle one, in real life they married each other on Saturday.

The couple met on the heartfelt comedy and found love! A love that will last longer than the show, and hopefully as long as the sitcom lives in syndication as in forever.

Not many details are known but The Middle’s show cocreator DeAnn Heline and costar Brock Ciarlelli Tweeted about the beautiful nuptials.

Congrats to the newlyweds.


Oh heck, Eden Sher got a new do!
June 5th, 2018 under The Middle. [ Comments: none ]

For most of the time that Eden Sher was on The Middle, her hair went half way down her back. Then a few a seasons ago, she got a shoulder-length bob. Now that the show is over, she got a short hairdo that really frames her face.

There is only one problem, what will she do if the spinoff centered around her character gets picked up, which I hope it does. Will they let her keep this do or put a wig on it like they have done in the past for both Patricia Heaton and her? I hope they do not do that because I think this is a good style for her. What do you think?


The Middle says goodbye with an episode that fans will love!
May 22nd, 2018 under The Middle. [ Comments: 1 ]

You know how some shows’ series finales are so awful that they make you hate that you ever watched that show at all? Seinfeld and Lost, I am talking to you. Anyhoo, tonight at 8:30 on ABC, The Middle says goodbye with an episode that will not leave fans disappointed like those other shows.

The episode starts off with Axl (Charlie McDermott) telling his parents (Neil Flynn and Patricia Heaton) that he is taking the job in Denver. Like my dad when I told him I was I going to the University of Miami, Frankie cried and cried.

Altough by the next morning she was fine, and now it is time for Axl to tell his siblings the big news. Sue (Eden Sher) breaks down in hysterics (the same way I did when I found out that this was going to be the sitcom’s final season), and Brick (Atticus Shaffer) can’t wait to have the room to himself. Sue wants her moment and Axl wants to know why his younger brother does not care that he is leaving.

Axl thinks he has a month before he has to move; but in a very Axl way, he only has a few days until he starts his new life. Now, the Heck Family has to pull together to get him ready for his new job several states away. Before he leaves, he has some things he needs to do and he has some sweet moments with his siblings.

Finally, is it time for a Heck road trip to Denver. Any fan of the show can tell you, their family road trips are the worst. That is what makes this show so special. Along the way, there will be a lot of tender moments that are throwbacks to the past and even one setting up for the future. The biggest takeaway from this last car tide together is a lot of tears.

Tears because you are going to miss this show that most importantly was about a family. No matter how many lemons they were handed, Sue would give them the sugar they needed to make the sweetest lemonade. I am going to miss the Hecks because each week they made me smile. They are just an American family struggling to make it through their daily lives. No matter how bad things got, they will always have each other.

This was the perfect the cast because they worked so well together, but I must highlight one of them. Out of all of the actors who have played fathers throughout the decades, no one has played a better one than Neil Flynn. He is the quintessential dad. He gave the best pep talks, the biggest hugs and the most useful advice. While he is not as awesome as my dad, he comes in a pretty close second. But I am also going to miss Frankie as all of our moms rolled into one. Axl as the cool older brother. Sue as the lovable, but extremely annoying middle sister. Finally, there is Brick the quirky baby brother that every family has. They were just an average family, but to many of us, they were so much more.

I am going to miss them all, but this one-hour long sendoff left me very satisfied.


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