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Ex-Wife (Annulled) April Wife: Lexie Brooks Sons: 3 Unnamed Sons Unborn Unnamed Child Mother: Frankie Heck Father: Mike Heck Brother: Brick Heck Sister: Sue Heck Brother-In-Law: Sean Donahue Sister-In-Law: Cindy Grandfather (Heck): Big Mike Grandfather (Spence): Tag Spence Grandmother (Spence): Pat Spence Uncle (Heck): Rusty Aunt (Spence): Janet Cousin (Spence): Lucy Axl Redford Heck (Born 1995) is a character that features in The Middle.
He is the mischievous, rebellious, athletic, lazy oldest child of Frankie and Mike, and the older brother of Sue and Brick. Axl began as a freshman at Orson High in season one, and is currently a business major at East Indiana State University on a football scholarship.
But Illig wasn’t discouraged by the lack of credence given to his claims, and in fact, he was likely encouraged by the amount of press he received.
So, in 1996 he doubled down on his revisionist histories and timelines, publishing At the heart of Illig’s theory is a conspiracy between the Holy Roman Emperor Otto III, Pope Sylvester II and maybe even Byzantine Emperor Consantine VII (gasp, not Constantine! Illig claims that, in an effort to reconfigure things so that they could place themselves at the big, fancy, nice-looking year 1000, the trio rejiggered the calendar, fictionalized the whole of the Carolingian period – including Charlemagne – in the process.
Later, he dated Devin Levin, the cousin of his mother's hairdresser.
This ended when they mutually decided to see other people.
In his senior year of high school, he was tutored by the valedictorian, Cassidy, and they began dating until they broke up in his freshman year of college.
In season 5, Axl had a college roommate, Kenny, but currently lives with his friend and football time Hutch, who he still lives with in Season 6.
Some episodes later, Kenny returns in Axl and Hutch' college room. He and Lexie said their first “I Love You”’s in Mommapalooza.
He suggests that this points to the fact that the era of Roman rule wasn’t as far back in the rear mirror as it may seem.
The response to this one is fairly obvious though, since it’s 2016 and tacky people are still building houses with Roman looking columns flanking the front door.