Forget Wedding Crashers ! It seems like the new cool thing to do is Bar Mitzvah crash! Between last night's Happy Endings and this week's Modern Family , it seems like the celebration for the Jewish rite of passage has become the new hot party spot.
Comedic misunderstandings are one of the old standbys that sitcoms use throughout their run. If donecorrectly , it’s an easy source of laughs and an easy way to fill some script pages. It’s a common trope, but it really takes some thoughtfulness to pull more
‘Arrested’ sees a literal arrest (Haley), Cameron caught in a fauxcon awkward situation when he feeds an allergic Luke soy, and the return of Dede (the wonderful Shelley Long), who makes Jay feel a... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Jonathan_Teigland/2012/1 more
One of the things that I have always appreciated about Modern Family is their lack of fear when choosing what family issues to tackle throughout the season. Many perceived “family” shows wouldn’t go anywhere near Hayley’s propensity for underage drinkin more
Opening with a glimpse at how insanely all these characters react to a 3 a.m. phone call, “Arrested” is off to an excellent start. (Also, interesting title, in light of the manifold Arrested Development similarities last week.) Phil's "TELL ME WHAT'S HAPP more
Call it November sweeps if you want, but Modern Family hasn't busted out an episode that good since probably the season premiere . In " Arrested " Claire, Phil, and Mitchell must head up to Haley's college after she gets arrested.
As Cam stupidly conf more
A lot can happen in a few hours on Modern Family . Leave it to a regular old " Yard Sale " for Phil to have a James Franco moment, Luke to manipulate people, Alex to fight and make up with her gay boyfriend, Cam and Mitchell to have seven fights, and Glor more
Coming into the second season of Suburgatory , show creator Emily Kapnek had some interesting decisions on the table. With so many ancillary characters playing prominent roles in Chatswin, it became difficult at times to tell a coherent story with the ad more