I have a personal theory regarding how to tell if any given Modern Family episode is going to be strong or not, based just on how it divides itself up in the early going: the more distinct plot lines, the worse the episode will be. The show’s best always more
Most of the time flattery can get you pretty far, that is unless you take it to a creepy obsessive level as evidenced on this week's Modern Family . " Flip Flop " showcased the underused Haley Dunphy putting her skills to work to help reel in a prosp more
On this week's episode of Modern Family , Claire and Phil gott a glimpse of what their future children might look and act like. In " The Future Dunphys " Claire went to the hospital for an angiogram and found that she has an interesting neighbor.
There are times where Modern Family can stretch itself too thin in how separate each of its stories are, and “The Future Dunphys” veers close to this territory, pulling itself out only by some fun gimmickry, and the dependability of its actors’ performanc more
The Dunphy-Prichitt clan was back tonight with a couple of life lessons in " The Wow Factor "! Between house flipping, hardball, and handling new babies, Luke had the best advice of all: You're Never Off The Court!! Read More... http://www.tvfanatic.com/2 more
“Best Men” is the Modern Family industrial complex chugging away at full cylinders, or whatever the real version is of the metaphors I’m mixing with that statement. It exemplifies everything the show aims to be: dependable, occasionally funny; nothing rad more
Elizabeth Banks is back and Gloria's showing off her rack! Sorry I couldn't resist the rhyme. Yes it's true Elizabeth Banks was back as wild Sal on Modern Family .
Also in " Best Men " Jay isn't pleased with how much Gloria's exposing when breastfeedin more
Is there such a thing as a white lie? That's what we explore on this week's Modern Family.
In " Bad Hair Day " everyone is trying to skirt the truth to either spare their hide or spare their loved ones.
The second best part of this episode was every more