Jay arranges for a trip to Las Vegas with deluxe accommodations for the Pritchett adults, but he's convinced they can find even pricier digs. Meanwhile, Claire tries to recover her gambling losses from years ago; Phil auditions for a secret society of magi (more…)
Jay invites the family over for dinner in hopes that there won't be any of the usual drama, but he's out of luck when Mitch is upset by the wedding-cake topper that Cam's father whittled out of soap. Meanwhile, Phil tries to help Gloria sell her old apartm (more…)
The family go to Australia when Phil hopes to fulfill his mother's wish to visit the country where he was conceived, but the locals aren't quite ready to welcome him as a native son. Meanwhile, Jay and Claire find it hard to leave work at home; and Mitchel (more…)
Phil invents an elaborate lie when he misses an appointment with a repairman. Meanwhile, Gloria organizes the annual family portrait; Claire criticizes Cameron for not using her girls' hand-me-downs; and Jay secretly enters Stella in a dog show.
Jay, Gloria and Manny challenge each other to try something they've never done before; Mitchell and Cameron may have to part with some prized possessions to help pay for their wedding; Phil and Claire's kids play a joke on their parents.
Part 1 of 2. Mitchell and Cameron's big day arrives without a hitch, until their trip down the aisle turns out to be no walk in the park, which puts Pepper's wedding-planner skills to the ultimate test. Meanwhile, Jay and Gloria host the Tuckers; Phil thin (more…)
In the conclusion of the Season 5 finale, the chaos of Mitch and Cam's wedding continues as the grooms grow discouraged; the guests are starting to get restless; and the whole ordeal takes a toll on Claire's physical and emotional state.
The Pritchett clan's end-of-summer shenanigans include Phil and Claire trying to line up their kids' activities to have some time alone; and Jay and Gloria helping Manny get ready for his first solo trip to Colombia. Meanwhile, Mitchell and Cameron make it (more…)
Luke and Manny start high school; and Claire goes to work at Jay's company. Meanwhile, Cameron becomes a substitute teacher, which means Mitchell has to get Lily ready for preschool on the day of an important meeting at work.
Phil is selling the house next door, and he and Claire can't wait to have new neighbors—until they encounter an obnoxious couple who might buy it. Meanwhile, Jay is irate to learn that the grandfather of Manny's girlfriend is his biggest rival in the clo (more…)
Haley and Andy start spending a lot of time together, but Phil and Claire aren't sure what to make of their relationship. Meanwhile, Gloria's desire for Manny to study Spanish instead of French prompts her to hire a handsome Spanish tutor; and Mitchell and (more…)
Alex tells her folks she has a boyfriend, but Phil and Claire suspect she made it up because they've put too much pressure on her. Meanwhile, Jay and Gloria both have parties that neither of them wants to attend; and Mitchell lends a helping hand to a cowo (more…)
Haley turns 21 and the family decide to take her to a bar to celebrate, but Claire hopes her oldest daughter will start to see her as a friend instead of just her mom. Meanwhile, Jay and Phil's errand to pick up Haley's gift—a new car—takes a wrong tur (more…)
On the first day of school, Phil and Claire have a misunderstanding of the meaning of their empty house, and Jay and Gloria don't see eye-to-eye on Manny's outfit. Meanwhile, Lily's minor incident becomes a major issue for Mitchell and Cameron.
Claire hatches an anniversary surprise for Phil by hiring one of their favorite musicians (Edward Norton) to give a private performance. Meanwhile, Mitchell and Cameron plan a night out with a fun-loving friend (Elizabeth Banks).
A group therapy session with the famous author of a self-help book about uncluttering one's emotional life draws different reactions from the Pritchetts, including Jay, who wants no part of it; while Mitch and Cam try to appear stable by not digging too de (more…)
In the premiere of this mockumentary-style sitcom chronicling the unusual kinship of the extended Pritchett clan, patriarch Jay (Ed O'Neill) adjusts to his preteen stepson's views on romance, while his adult son, Mitchell, searches for a way to tell his re (more…)
In the second-season premiere, Phil reluctantly agrees to get rid of the Dunphy station wagon, which prompts a wave of nostalgia for the old car. Meanwhile, Cameron enlists Jay's help when Mitchell tries to build a princess castle for Lily; and Manny asks (more…)
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- Birth Name: Jesse Tyler Ferguson
- Birth Place: Missoula, MT
- Birthday: October 22, 1975, Libra
- Profession: Actor