After a hilarious turn as The Godfather , Phil Dunphy was back to his usual goofy self! In " A Slight at the Opera " Phil spent the afternoon with Jay learning how to play golf for a client meeting later that day.
However when Jay and Phil ran into Mit more
I can’t say I was expecting a full-out Godfather homage from Modern Family , but “Fulgencio” gives us one, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. That it was spearheaded by Phil made it all the better, and his entire arc, turning from “killing with kindness” to more
Presumably at a loss for good material about airplane food, ModFam cold-opens boldly and bravely on a mother-in-law joke ( Wiki : “Humour and jokes about one's mother-in-law [the mother of one's spouse] are a mainstay of comedy. The humour is based on the more
Phil Dunphy has always been a man with a kind word and a kind gesture. However in " Fulgencio "he finds out that sometimes killing people with kindness isn't the best way to get results.
This is especially true when dealing bratty and mercurial teenage more
Go Manny, it's your birthday! Well it's your last year of not having to share your birthday at least.
This week on Modern Family , there was a very special " Party Crasher "!
That's right! Baby Delgado-Pritchitt is here! After a particularly embarra more
It’s refreshing to see a sitcom episode centered around New Year’s Eve rather than other holidays, no? The Pritchetts’ New Year’s trip makes for a satisfying premise in ‘New Year’s Eve.’
Modern Family is possibly the most popular traditional family sitcom on the air today, and so relies fairly heavily on the established tropes of sitcom plotting. There’s nothing wrong with this, per se , but it can begin to feel a bit stodgy, and wh more
I think most people would agree that " New Year's Eve " is perhaps the most overrated and disappointing holiday there is. And in a hotel that looked like it hadn't changed the sheets since the mid-70s, Jay's family was bound to be let down.
No offense more