Matthew Broderick stops by for a bromantic encounter with Phil on this week's 'Modern Family,' but it seems like someone may have gotten the wrong idea -- to hilariously awkward results.
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This deal just keeps getting better all the time! 'Modern Family' has seem some impressive guest stars across its four seasons, and shows no signs of stopping with big names like Matthew Broderick in the coming weeks, but throw in 'Star Wars,' and you've got our attention! Lando Calrissian himself, Billy Dee Williams will make an appearance on the Emmy-gobbling series, while former guest Nathan Lane will put in a return as well. But who might Calrissian Billy Dee Williams play in a galaxy near, near to home?
Crisis hits 'Modern Family' this week as Haley gets herself arrested, Shelley Long returns, and Cam and the kids take a trip to the emergency room.
All three divisions of the family are brought together this week on 'Modern Family' to throw a yard sale for charity at Luke and Manny's school, but as these things go, you just can't get everyone together without a little conflict.
It's a Halloween episode of 'Modern Family,' which means there's plenty of tricks and treats in store as Claire tries to scare the pants off of Phil, and Cam and Mitchell throw a delightfully festive party to show off Cam's slimmer figure.
Everyone's on edge in this week's 'Modern Family' as Haley's developed a bratty attitude, Cam and Mitch are trying to adapt to new roles, and Gloria's pregnancy snoring is keeping everyone awake.
There's a bonus episode of 'Modern Family' tonight and it's definitely a step up from the last. "Snip" explores what happens while Lilly is away at school, Phil tries to get a vasectomy, and the delicate task of trying to tell Gloria her clothes are too tight -- yes, tighter than usual.
After taking a week off due to the first presidential debates, 'Modern Family' returns with an episode about resisting change and being judgmental, which just feels appropriate.
We knew 'Modern Family' would win something at the 2012 Emmy Awards. After all, the cast and crew pretty much dominated the Comedy Series, and Supporting Actor and Supporting Actress categories. But probably no one expected Julie Bowen, who plays Claire Dunphy on the show, to beat out both Kristen Wiig (and her many 'SNL' personalities) and the late Kathryn Joosten of 'Desperate Housewives' in the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series category! But she did.
Well, isn't that something. 'Modern Family' seems to have won itself an award. Did we not tell you that this show would likely come up again when it won the first award of the night, awarding Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series to Eric...