Modern Family (2009– )
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The Wow Factor 

Claire and Cam clash over a fountain as they try to flip a house, Mitchell confronts a playground bully, Jay spends the day alone with Joe, and Phil tries to teach the girls about home repairs.

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Claire and Cam clash over a fountain as they try to flip a house, Mitchell confronts a playground bully, Jay spends the day alone with Joe, and Phil tries to teach the girls about home repairs.

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Comedy | Romance

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Trivia

The gag from "Mistery Date" involving a homosexual being attracted to a heterosexual (Dave and Phil, respectively) without the latter realizing it is recycled, along with the wet T-shirt incident. This time, the gag involves Pam (a lesbian) and Claire (who is straight). See more »

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Jay Pritchett: I found a new way to bond.
[cut to Jay buying a movie ticket for Skyfall]
Jay Pritchett: James Bond.
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References Gremlins (1984) See more »

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Modern Family Main Theme
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Written by Gabriel Mann
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Modern Family The Wow Factor
28 March 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

The best subplots of the episode where Claire/Cameron with the lesbian and Phil talking to his dad over the computer. The episode was a nice return for the and it made me notice that the weakest part of the episodes are any story involving Gloria because all she does is scream or use her accent excuse and now with the young baby problems it is just not interesting and not even the wise cracking words from Jay can make those parts better. Claire and Cameron where funny together as they fought for the lesbian's attention who however with most parts of Modern Family it could have been funnier. Ty Burrell and Fred Willard have such great chemistry even on a computer screen and their short scenes together were nice and the best part of the episode. Mitchell playing handball with the young child was OK but nothing that special.

EPISODE GRADE: C- (MVP: Ty Burrell)


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