Claire runs into an old lover at her college reunion, a mishap causes Cam to give the baby a disastrous haircut, and Jay has to put his bowling match on hold to build up Manny's confidence.

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Claire runs into an old lover at her college reunion, a mishap causes Cam to give the baby a disastrous haircut, and Jay has to put his bowling match on hold to build up Manny's confidence.

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Comedy | Romance

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David Faustino appears in this episode as a former classmate of Claire's named Tater that was hopelessly in love with her during high school. David Faustino is most well known for the role of Bud Bundy on Married with Children (1987), in which also starred Ed O'Neill as Bud's father, Al. See more »

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When Luke needs the signature of his dad, Phil throws the bowling ball to the couch but after the cut (view change) the ball is still on his lap. See more »

Quotes

Manny Delgado: [Lying on the floor] My life is a musicless grayscape.
Jay Pritchett: I guess this is more than shopping can fix.
Manny Delgado: [Gets up] Worth a shot.
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References Grand Hotel (1932) See more »

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That's Life
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Written by Kelly Gordon and Dean Kay
Performed by Frank Sinatra
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Modern Family Bad Hair Day
24 February 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

This was another flat episode that the show has done in a while. The best part of the episode for me was Claire's reunion and how Phil came along and acted to Claire's ex and everything around her. I must admit that some scenes were quite bad including Manny singing on the bus and also the baby wig crises which the episode is named after. How it ended still was not good and Gloria as a character just bothered me throughout the episode just like she has been for some time giving such an awful performance. This show also tried to do an Oscar spin which went quite quickly. I might as well end by saying I watch the show only because it wins Emmy's but would never watch it if it did.

EPISODE GRADE: C (MVP: Julie Bowen)


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