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Tag Archives: sit-com
In today’s bit of YouTube fun, we see ABC’s Modern Family recut as an extended horror movie trailer. Don’t mess with Alex Dunphy! The video is a little long, but very well done. I guess it’s true that comedy that … 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
So we might not have gotten a Halloween episode from the Pritchetts and Dunphy’s this year, but we were treated to a great Thanksgiving episode this week. Phil and Claire are reunited with Kenneth (guest star Josh Gad), their former … Continue reading
Are you watching America’s best family comedy, Modern Family? If not, why not start with tonight’s Thanksgiving themed episode –“Punkin Chunkin.” When an old neighborhood kid returns to town as a hugely successful internet billionaire, it gets Phil thinking of … Continue reading