Phil Dunphy has always been a man with a kind word and a kind gesture. However, in "Fulgencio," he finds out that sometimes killing people with kindness isn't the best way to get results.
This is especially true when dealing bratty and mercurial teenagers. Good thing he has Luke Dunphy, consigliere to his Godfather. Cue the accents and let's start hearing some offers we can't refuse!
It's so typical that the kids would look for Claire to solve their problems. But Phil is really helpful if you have the patience for him to make a few mistakes. I think it's great that he tries to solve things by being nice to others. Plus, he isn't afraid to screw up. Even if that means he thinks that being a Godparent means wearing a fedora.
My favorite part of this week's episode was easily when Luke went all mafia at the end, »
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