Even with the Godfather joke in the beginning of the episode, I did not see Luke’s Phil-coordinated reign of terror coming at all, which made it all the more hilarious. This is proof that the writers should get dark more often — and insert more pop culture homages, for that matter.
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This was spot on. Between Modern Family and the AHS finale, I was pleasantly surprised and satisfied with television last night.
(Speaking of the (superb) AHS finale, I feel as if it could have had even more impact and connection to the rest of the story if they showed old Lana and her fame earlier in the season. Just a thought.)
Dance until your feet hurt; sing until your lungs hurt; act until you’re William Hurt.
PHIL, Modern Family (via inothernews)
This and the bench gag in tonight’s second episode are why I continue to watch ‘Modern Family.’
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Don’t be ;(. ABC is now on Tumblr.
And just like that, we have a good ol’ fashion network battle on Tumblr. (First NBC, now ABC. What’s next? CBS?!)
Fox has been on for quite some time.
Who is it drawing ire from, you ask? Why it’s the nationwide high school “No Cussing Club”, lead by 18-year-old McKay Hatch.
Apparently the club has 35,000 members around the world and 70,000 proud, overbearing parents.
Fix that step and then buy some DVDs. 3:30 pm to 7:30 pm, or until all are claimed.
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X Factor premiered to adequate Voice numbers, 12.1 million viewers and 4.2 rating in the demo, far short of Idol tune ins and only enough to land it in third. Couldn’t have been exactly what Fox and Simon Cowell were hoping for and definitely less than predicted.
Modern Family rode its Emmy sweep to 14.3 million viewers and a series high 6.0 rating, giving a nice lead in to ABC’s new Revenge which scored 11.4 mil and a 3.4. Even The Middle took 9.6 million and a 3.0.
Imagine what Cougar Town could have done had it been on.