History YMMV / ModernFamily

11th Jan '17 12:59:31 AM ShorinBJ
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** Cameron is either a hoot or a whiny, passive-aggressive, manipulative, self-centered jerk.
9th Jan '17 4:50:08 PM creader
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* HeartwarmingInHindsight": Alex breaking down in Claire's arms in "Under Pressure" is this due to Julie Bowen being a support system for Ariel Winter following Ariel's legal battle and eventual emancipation from her mother. According to reports, Julie thinks of Ariel as her daughter and is a real mother-figure in her life.

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* HeartwarmingInHindsight": HeartwarmingInHindsight: Alex breaking down in Claire's arms in "Under Pressure" is this due to Julie Bowen being a support system for Ariel Winter following Ariel's legal battle and eventual emancipation from her mother. According to reports, Julie thinks of Ariel as her daughter and is a real mother-figure in her life.
7th Jan '17 4:47:19 AM ShorinBJ
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* UnintentionallySympathetic: In one episode Phil and Claire are shopping and Phil goes over to talk to an attractive woman, while doing so he pushes the shopping cart into Claire knocking her over, doesn't even notice because he's more concerned about the girl, and when he finally dose notice [[NeverMyFault refuses to take any blame.]] Later when their arguing about it in front of the kids they all instantly take Phil's side and spend the rest of the episode mocking her for "always having to be right" (even when she makes clearly factual statements like the titanic hit an iceberg or how many fingers make five, not even Alex back's her up). Later after tracking down video footage to prove her point she's forced to admit she dose always have to be right, problem is while getting surveillance camera footage was a ridiculously over the top response the family had spent the entire episode being {{Jerkass}}es and when Phil was given undeniable proof of what he'd done he instantly changed the subject [[KarmaHoudini never facing the consequences.]]

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* UnintentionallySympathetic: In one episode episode, Phil and Claire are shopping and Phil goes over turns to talk to an attractive woman, while woman. While doing so so, he pushes the shopping cart into Claire knocking her over, and doesn't even notice because he's more concerned about the girl, other woman, and when he finally dose does notice [[NeverMyFault refuses to take any blame.]] Later Later, when their they're arguing about it in front of the kids kids, they all instantly take Phil's side and spend the rest of the episode mocking her for "always having to be right" (even when she makes clearly factual statements like the titanic Titanic hit an iceberg or how many fingers make five, not even Alex back's backs her up). Later Later, after tracking down video footage to prove her point point, she's forced to admit she dose does always have to be right, problem is right. Problem is, while getting surveillance camera footage was a ridiculously over the top response response, the family had spent the entire episode being {{Jerkass}}es {{Jerkass}}es, and when Phil was given undeniable proof of what he'd done he instantly changed the subject subject, [[KarmaHoudini never facing the consequences.]]
23rd Dec '16 11:21:23 AM hubakon1368
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* UnintentionallySympathetic: In one episode Phil and Clair are shopping and Phil goes over to talk to an attractive women, while doing so he pushes the shopping cart into Clair knocking her over, doesn't even notice because he's more concerned about the girl, and when he finally dose notice [[NeverMyFault refuses to take any blame.]] Later when their arguing about it in front of the kids they all instantly take Phil's side and spend the rest of the episode mocking her for "always having to be right" (even when she makes clearly factual statements like the titanic hit an iceberg or how many fingers make five, not even Alex back's her up). Later after tracking down video footage to prove her point she's forced to admit she dose always have to be right, problem is while getting surveillance camera footage was a ridiculously over the top response the family had spent the entire episode being {{Jerkass}}es and when Phil was given undeniable proof of what he'd done he instantly changed the subject [[KarmaHoudini never facing the consequences.]]

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* UnintentionallySympathetic: In one episode Phil and Clair Claire are shopping and Phil goes over to talk to an attractive women, woman, while doing so he pushes the shopping cart into Clair Claire knocking her over, doesn't even notice because he's more concerned about the girl, and when he finally dose notice [[NeverMyFault refuses to take any blame.]] Later when their arguing about it in front of the kids they all instantly take Phil's side and spend the rest of the episode mocking her for "always having to be right" (even when she makes clearly factual statements like the titanic hit an iceberg or how many fingers make five, not even Alex back's her up). Later after tracking down video footage to prove her point she's forced to admit she dose always have to be right, problem is while getting surveillance camera footage was a ridiculously over the top response the family had spent the entire episode being {{Jerkass}}es and when Phil was given undeniable proof of what he'd done he instantly changed the subject [[KarmaHoudini never facing the consequences.]]
8th Dec '16 5:33:26 PM RichardX1
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** In one episode, Phil and Claire try to enjoy their GuiltyPleasure of cheesy monster movies by seeing a film entitled "Croctopus". [[Film/{{Sharktopus}} A few years later...]]
7th Dec '16 5:58:05 PM MattP5557
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* {{Shipping}}: {{Averted}} in the first four seasons, due to the fact that nearly all of the characters in the show were, y'know, ''related'', and that all three couples were long-term and very stable. PlayedStraight from Season 5 onward with Haley and Andy.

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* {{Shipping}}: {{Averted}} in the first four seasons, due to the fact that nearly all of the characters in the show were, y'know, ''related'', and that all three couples were long-term and very stable. PlayedStraight from Season 5 onward with Haley and Andy.Andy.
* UnintentionallySympathetic: In one episode Phil and Clair are shopping and Phil goes over to talk to an attractive women, while doing so he pushes the shopping cart into Clair knocking her over, doesn't even notice because he's more concerned about the girl, and when he finally dose notice [[NeverMyFault refuses to take any blame.]] Later when their arguing about it in front of the kids they all instantly take Phil's side and spend the rest of the episode mocking her for "always having to be right" (even when she makes clearly factual statements like the titanic hit an iceberg or how many fingers make five, not even Alex back's her up). Later after tracking down video footage to prove her point she's forced to admit she dose always have to be right, problem is while getting surveillance camera footage was a ridiculously over the top response the family had spent the entire episode being {{Jerkass}}es and when Phil was given undeniable proof of what he'd done he instantly changed the subject [[KarmaHoudini never facing the consequences.]]
2nd Dec '16 1:20:37 AM coralina33
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** In "Marco Polo," the Dunphys check into a motel while their house is being treated for mold. First, why does Clare secretly get a room of her own, while everyone else is packed into a single room? Couldn't they have three Dunphys in one room and two in the other to reduce crowding? And why stay in a motel? Why not stay with Jay and Gloria or Mitch and Cam?

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** In "Marco Polo," the Dunphys check into a motel while their house is being treated for mold. First, why does Clare Claire secretly get a room of her own, while everyone else is packed into a single room? Couldn't they have three Dunphys in one room and two in the other to reduce crowding? And why stay in a motel? Why not stay with Jay and Gloria or Mitch and Cam?



* LesYay: In "The Wow Factor" when Clare and Cam attempt to outwit each other while trying to flip a house, Cam recruits Pam, an actual contractor who also happens to be a lesbian. In order for her to swing Clare's way, Clare "puts on a little show" for her by doing things such as showing off some skin, making her cleavage visible, and even "accidentally" spills water onto her white shirt.

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* LesYay: In "The Wow Factor" when Clare Claire and Cam attempt to outwit each other while trying to flip a house, Cam recruits Pam, an actual contractor who also happens to be a lesbian. In order for her to swing Clare's Claire's way, Clare Claire "puts on a little show" for her by doing things such as showing off some skin, making her cleavage visible, and even "accidentally" spills water onto her white shirt.
2nd Dec '16 1:18:41 AM coralina33
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** The jokes about Gloria's accent and inability to find the right words in English get less funny after her "dou you even know how smart I am in Spanish?" speech.

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** The jokes about Gloria's accent and inability to find the right words in English get less funny after her "dou [[EloquentInMyNativeTongue "do you even know how smart I am in Spanish?" Spanish?"]] speech.
27th Nov '16 11:07:46 AM balmz
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** Luke, grab the little hoe

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** Luke, grab the that little hoe
22nd Nov '16 3:46:42 PM Lancelot07
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* BaseBreakingCharacter: Phil is either hilarious or incredibly annoying.

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* BaseBreakingCharacter: Phil is either hilarious or incredibly just annoying.
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