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Mitchell Pritchett (Character)
from "Modern Family" (2009)

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Modern Family: Season 6: Episode 23 -- A job offer lands in Claire's lap and Jay's reaction has her wavering.
Modern Family: Season 6: Episode 23 -- The family is determined to make Alex celebrate her senior ditch day and Phil, Luke and Haley forcefully take her out but end up at an unexpected detour.
Modern Family: Season 6: Episode 22 -- For Alex it's a fight to the end to become Valedictorian.
Modern Family: Season 6: Episode 21 -- Jay and Phil try to stand up for themselves on the home front.

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Mitchell is the grown son of Jay Prtichett. He is gay and lives with his partner... See more »

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  1. "Modern Family"
        - American Skyper (2015) TV episode, Played by Jesse Tyler Ferguson
        - Crying Out Loud (2015) TV episode, Played by Jesse Tyler Ferguson
        - Patriot Games (2015) TV episode, Played by Jesse Tyler Ferguson
        - Integrity (2015) TV episode, Played by Jesse Tyler Ferguson
        - Knock Em Down (2015) TV episode, Played by Jesse Tyler Ferguson
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From "Modern Family: When Good Kids Go Bad (#3.2)" (2011)
Mitchell Pritchett: [Cameron is waving sparklers in front of a banner reading "It's gonna be a boy" while "Let's Hear It For The Boy" plays on the tape player] Okay, just to be clear: This is low key?
Cameron Tucker: It's just a banner and some light musical accompaniment. I don't have a lower key.
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