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Why is the TV show "The Middle" called "The Middle"?

Why is the TV show "The Middle" called "The Middle"?

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It could of been called, "The End", and then you would be asking a question about that too. E-mail the person who created the show, or go to website TVGiude.com....

Supposedly it's because it is about a middle class family, but I think it has more to do with the middle child.

It's simply because it's set somewhere in Middle America

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