Season 6 is the sixth season of Fox's Malcolm in the Middle which ran from November 7, 2004 to May 15, 2005, for a total of twenty-two episodes.
Cast[edit | edit source]
- Frankie Muniz as Malcolm Wilkerson (22 episodes)
- Jane Kaczmarek as Lois Wilkerson (22 episodes)
- Bryan Cranston as Hal Wilkerson (22 episodes)
- Justin Berfield as Reese Wilkerson (22 episodes)
- Erik Per Sullivan as Dewey Wilkerson (22 episodes)
- Christopher Kennedy Masterson as Francis Wilkerson (6 episodes)
Episodes[edit | edit source]
|Title||Original air date||Prod. Code|
|108||1||Reese Comes Home||November 7, 2004|
|109||2||Buseys Run Away||November 14, 2004|
|110||3||Standee||November 21, 2004|
|111||4||Pearl Harbor||December 5, 2004|
|112||5||Kitty's Back||December 12, 2004|
|113||6||Hal's Christmas Gift||December 19, 2004|
|114||7||Hal Sleepwalks||January 16, 2005|
|115||8||Lois Battles Jamie||January 23, 2005|
|116||9||Malcolm's Car||January 30, 2005|
|117||10||Billboard||February 13, 2005|
|118||11||Dewey's Opera||February 20, 2005|
|119||12||Living Will||March 6, 2005|
|120||13||Tiki Lounge||March 13, 2005|
|121||14||Ida Loses a Leg||March 20, 2005|
|122||15||Chad's Sleepover||March 27, 2005|
|123||16||No Motorcycles||April 3, 2005|
|124||17||Butterflies||April 10, 2005|
|125||18||Ida's Dance||April 17, 2005|
|126||19||Motivational Speaker||April 24, 2005|
|127||20||Stilts||May 1, 2005|
|128||21||Buseys Take A Hostage||May 8, 2005|
|129||22||Mrs. Tri-County||May 15, 2005|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- This is the only season to not have promotional images. Instead, for Malcolm press releases and DVD releases this season, they reuse images from the fifth season.
- The sixth season is that of Dewey, which is revealed throughout the episodes. Always so manipulative, he has no trouble using Reese, and he is discovered to have amazing abilities in music. Hal is in the midst of professional upheaval after his trial of the previous season, and Francis loses his job at the ranch after a serious fault, and becomes less and less present in the series.
- Bryan Cranston directed the episodes Buseys Run Away and Billboard.
- Starting with this season-- and the one that follows-- Chris Kennedy Masterson takes a diminished role in the series, only appearing in 6 of the 22 episodes. This is due to the fact of him wanting to take a behind-the-scenes role, writing and directing episodes and such.
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