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Author Archives: Adam Britten
After last week’s episode left me a little disappointed, I am happy to say that last night’s Modern Family was everything I expect from the series. The main story follows Cam & Mitch, who are discussing the fact that it’s been … Continue reading
After a few weeks off, the Dunphy/Pritchett clan is back on your television screen. I have to say, I generally laugh hardest after taking a few weeks off from the show, but this episode was a disappointing one to come … Continue reading
Two big events went on with the Dunphy/Pritchett families that this week’s episode centered around. Claire debated against Duane Bailey during for a position on town council, and Lily was the flower girl in a wedding that the entire family … Continue reading
There’s something about holiday episodes of Modern Family that just remind me why I love the series. Whether that be through new character combinations (I don’t think we’ve ever seen Mitch and Alex separate from anyone else) or great physical … Continue reading