After a couple weeks off, Modern Family returned this week with a strong outing about the traditional roles people play and how they are often better off as people if they surpass those roles. All of the best elements of the show were present (except for Haley and Alex): witty writing (pretty much all of Cameron & Mitchell's Act II dialogue), some good physical comedy (Claire slipping as she stormed off after spilling her water, Phil with the cologne), and a nice bit of heart (although that dang voiceover with treacly music was back. I thought we were happily rid of that device!). What was probably the best element of the episode, though, was that a number of the characters actually seemed to have learned and grown by the end of the episode.
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