Even the commercials mislead us as far as what we could expect in this episode. In that regard, I'm rather glad they did, as it made the unfolding of the awkwardness throughout the episode that much more delicious.
Not since earlier seasons of 'The Office' have I been so anxious for a sitcom to come back on the air. With 'The Office,' that's usually because of ongoing storylines, or a dramatic cliffhanger. With 'Modern Family,' it's far simpler. Everything about this show screams instant classic. It doesn't matter in the slightest what's going on in any given episode for me to be completely stoked about it.
This week's happenings included a trip to a basketball game, Cameron becoming a "professional" singer, and ultimately a beautiful family portrait that Claire has worked her heinie off to put together so it could be absolutely perfect.
When I saw the title, I expected that the entire episode would be about the portrait, and because I have that much confidence in this cast and these writers, I thought it would be brilliant. Lucky for me, it was brilliant and packed with far, far more goodness to enjoy.
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