Posts with the tag Ed O'Neill.

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Modern Family: Baby on Board

Posted by: S.P. Young  //  May 24, 2012 @ 10:18pm

"Next time, let's do it at our place."

"Baby On Board" was the last episode of the third season. It revisited Mitch and Cameron's attempt to adopt a new baby, Haley planning her post-high school life, and Jay falling back into the parent role again.


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Modern Family: Tableau Vivant

Posted by: S.P. Young  //  May 18, 2012 @ 9:35pm

"But at night, she's a yes machine."

The main plot of the episode was found in the middle of all the events that led up to Alex's tableau vivant presentation. Alex's intention was to impress her teacher enough for him to learn what her name was. All the family had to do was to sit still for ninety seconds.

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Modern Family: Planes, Trains, and Cars

Posted by: S.P. Young  //  May 3, 2012 @ 2:10am

"Oh good, if we get out of here in the next ten minutes, we don't have to pay for the second hour."

Problems with vehicles and transportation have been a bit of a running joke in Modern Family.

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Modern Family: The Last Walt

Posted by: S.P. Young  //  April 18, 2012 @ 11:41pm

"Sometimes I think you treat my son like the woman in the relationship."

"The Last Walt," is named after the elderly neighbour that Luke is friends with, who just passed away.

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Modern Family: Election Day

Posted by: S.P. Young  //  April 12, 2012 @ 1:15am

"I don't think I even voted."

The day of the election had finally arrived. Claire's story arc for this season had reached its conclusion, but not without a little help from her loving family.

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Top Fives: My five favourite FOX shows of the last 25 years

Posted by: S.P. Young  //  April 5, 2012 @ 12:02am

Today is April 5, 2012, the twenty fifth anniversary of FOX Network. In these last two and a half decades, we have seen a lot of shows come and go. Some were successful, and some were not. But one thing the network was not afraid to do, was to innovate.

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