Jeffrey Richman


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Exclusive: Inside Modern Family's Two-Part Wedding Celebration

Modern Family cordially invites you to the wedding of Mitchell Vincent Pritchett (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and Cameron Scott Tucker (Eric Stonestreet). On May 21, the Emmy-winning ABC sitcom's harried fathers are set to make it official in a momentous, highly anticipated ceremony.

That is, if they can get there. Family drama, wildfires, a runaway bride and a closed dry cleaner all threaten to derail the festivities before they ever get started.

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VIDEO: Cheers: Madame LaCarla

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Cheers: Madame LaCarla
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Aired: 10/3/1991

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The Wednesday Playlist: Middle, Modern and Other Finales

On this final night of the official broadcast season, let's focus on the good times, shall we? Two of TV's finest comedies, ABC's underappreciated The Middle and the much-honored Modern Family, go out with a flourish, and perhaps a sniffle or two, as the Heck and Dunphy/Pritchett clans experience life-changing and/or affirming ceremonies likely to strike home for many more


2010 Oscars: Christoph Waltz
Skyler is confronted
Skyler Wins Competition

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The Wedding, Pt. 1
Three Dinners
And One to Grow On
Suddenly, Last Summer

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Year Title Description
2010 82nd Academy Awards TV Show Series, Writer
2009 Modern Family TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2009 Modern Family TV Show Series, Co-Executive Producer
2005 Stacked TV Show Series, Executive Producer
1993 Frasier TV Show Series, Supervising Producer

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First Look: Paget Brewster Visits Modern Family

Has Gloria finally met her match? On the April 10 episode of ABC's Modern Family, Benjamin Bratt returns as Gloria's ex-husband, Javier, and brings along his new girlfriend, played by... read more

Emmys Top Moments: A Home Where All TV Shows Live, and a Mock Beauty Pageant

Our roundup of the most memorable moments of the Emmys:

14. Worst Opening-Number Follow-Up: Emmy host Jane Lynch takes viewers on a tour through a fictional building where all TV sets and characters supposedly reside. Highlights of this exercise in randomness: Lynch tests out the laugh track at The Big Bang Theory, horrifies the Mad Men ad guys with tales of fast-forwarding through commercials and Slushees her Glee alter ego. The song ends on the line, "There's no place like TV ... except for HBO -- it's not TV."

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