Jay won some money on a recent trip to Las Vegas. He decides to treat himself to a dog butler statue he liked. The thing sitting in their living room is an eyesore to Gloria, who hates the thing. Jay even named the contraption Barkley the Butler. Gloria, having her superstitions feels bad about having Barkley at home, so she decides to bring it into the spare room
Cam and Mitchell are getting ready for a puppet show they want to bring Lily. It would be her first experience. Cam, ever so dramatic, watches the gardener crying as he is about to leave. With his limited Spanish he talks to the man, saying words that he thinks are appropriate to soothe the man. The gardener comes in the house and proceeds to go into their bedroom where he continues his weeping. What to do?
Jay's reaction to Gloria's hiding Barkley is expected. He claims he does not like the mountain of pillows she has in their bed, but he goes along. Well, Gloria figures she is only making the room prettier. Jay decides if Barkley is not wanted in the house, he will give it to people who would appreciate having him, like Cam and Mitchell.
Claire continues to nudge Phil about the porn issue. So Phil talks to his son about a revised version about the birds and the bees, which the boy does not have a clue what his old man is telling him. As it turns out, Luke was the culprit in seeing Haley's journal. Haley, in turn, took her revenge in drawing all over Alex's poster of Maya Angelou.
The gardener problem turns out to be nerves about his impending wedding. The bride arrives fully dressed to get married at Cam and Mitchell's house.
Chris Koch directed the episode written by Caroline Williams who is involved with the production of the show. As usual, good all around fun is created by all the regulars. Impossible to single out anyone because the sitcom is a team effort.