"Next time, let's do it at our place."
"Baby On Board" was the last episode of the third season.
"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.
"But I realized that staying with my kids was more important than leaving my wife. Now that's not the right decision for everyone, but it was the right decision for me."
"Disneyland" told two stories. The first was the entire family's trip to the theme park, and the second was Jay sitting at home talking about the past.
"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.
"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.
"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.
"So where was I?" That was how host Ricky Gervais opened Sunday's 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards, a nod to the controversy that followed his previous year's hosting gig. His inference: he was going to pick up exactly where he left it last year. He wasn't going to pull any punches. Once again, he was going to raise hell. Well, this time? He didn't.
This week we find Claire getting the troops ready for Halloween! This is the only holiday left that someone else in the extended family hasn't claimed, so by default she gets it and goes all out for her "favorite" holiday!
When a small earthquake strikes Modern Family land the laughs are off the Richter scale! Let's start with Claire and Phil. Their getting an estimate from a plumber for a leaky faucet in the tub in the upstairs bathroom, when Phil starts bloviating about his knowledge of plumbing and what he thinks the problem is. He is a great "techie," but the whole blue collar, Mr.
I watched "The Kiss" episode last night. Loved it! I was laughing out-loud, screaming at one point.