Another great instalment on the Heck's life. Axl's relationship issues were explored, Brick bored us to death on purpose & Sue achieved one of her many many goals. Ridiculously funny as always, 'Steaming Pile of Guilt' follows the same varied storytelling path the current season has shown.
Usually, Sue's the one that stress us out until we are truly grateful that the show lasts less than half an hour, but today was not that kind of a day, since she had a compelling story about trying to be relevant by being featured on the 'Best' section of the yearbook. She accomplish it at the end, go Sue!
It seems that no one's ever gonna pay attention to Brick ratter than what they should, since he bored every member of his family, one by one. His conversation topics were interesting, but maybe for a National Geographic audience-like.
In addition, Alx was stalked again by his former prom couple, she's a total psycho. His girlfriend & he had issues, because of the way he labels & treats women. At the end, they made peace, because she understood that all of it is what makes Alx the funny guy he is, I'm glad they accepted each other.
In conclusion, the episode showed us potential turns the main story could have, like Brick having more attention from his parents, since his siblings are getting ready for the future that lies ahead. Also, the relationship between Axl & Devon, whom I expect he ends up marrying someday.
The verdict from 'Steaming Pile of Guilt' reflects the impact it had on me as a viewer, as well as plot-related issues.