Sabrina’s relationship with her poetry teacher has Mickey concerned, forcing her to take matters into her own hands. Meanwhile, Chip enlists Jimmy’s help to improve his ranking on the 8th grade hot list.
Mickey and Jimmy bring the gang back to their hometown of Warwick to celebrate the retirement of Jimmy’s high school baseball number and discover how much of a big shot he was. When they meet up with old friends, Jimmy learns that Mickey may have had a hand in ruining his chances at a professional baseball career. Meanwhile, Chip and Sabrina find themselves in a pickle with some spoiled Warwick teenagers.
Mickey and the kids go to great grandmother Rita Pemberton’s 100th birthday celebration at her huge mansion. Mickey takes advantage of Rita when she discovers that Rita believes Mickey to be an old friend, but later learns that their friendship was more than just platonic. Meanwhile, the kids’ grandmother, Tippy, gives the family an unexpected surprise.
When Mickey finds out Ben takes medication to keep him focused, she is determined to prove that he is a perfectly functioning kid without it. She and Alba take over his struggling science fair project, but become overly invested, while Jimmy helps Chip make his secret boys club cool again.
Fox has picked up sophomore comedy “The Mick” for a full second season, Variety has confirmed.
The network has upped the show’s episode order this season to 20 episodes, three more than the series got for its freshman season earlier this year.
The series stars “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s” Kaitlin Olson as Mickey, an unapologetic degenerate stuck raising her spoiled niece (Sofia Black-D’Elia) and nephews (Thomas Barbusca, Jack Stanton) amid the lap of luxury in Greenwich, Connecticut. The series also stars Scott MacArthur and Carla Jimenez.
The series was created by John Chernin and Dave Chernin, who serve as showrunners. The Chernin brothers, Olson, Nicholas Frenkel, Oly Obst, and Scott Marder are executive producers.
The series has been a stable comedy performer for Fox. The Season 2 premiere in September drew a 0.9 rating in adults 18-49 and 2.7 million viewers. Season 1 averaged a 1.1 and 2.95 million viewers, though it should be noted that the series premiere aired immediately after NFL football, which drove those numbers up. For the show’s second season, Fox moved it from its 8:30 p.m. timeslot on Tuesdays to 9 p.m. as part of a one-hour comedy block alongside “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”
TVLine first reported this news.
Mickey and Jimmy throw a Halloween party in their spooky, charred mansion but things get out of hand. Sabrina hopes to use the house party to cement her legacy, which her parents have tarnished, and Mickey teaches some pranksters a lesson.