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Jay gets jealous when a life-size cutout of Gloria is used to market her hot sauce in grocery stores. Meanwhile, Mitchell and Cameron go the extra mile for good reviews of their rental property, but their new tenants' behavior makes them suspicious; and Ph (more…)
A powerful storm hits Los Angeles and causes widespread power outages, so the entire Pritchett clan hunkers down at Jay and Gloria's house to use their generator. Meanwhile, Phil tries to make amends for an embarrassing moment; Mitchell and Cameron despera (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.
Phil and Claire want to celebrate Halloween in a big way, but no one shares their enthusiasm. Meanwhile, Mitch and Cam are frustrated by how long Jay is taking with their kitchen remodel; and Gloria's hospitality wears thin when Cam oversteps his boundarie (more…)
Jay and Claire shoot a commercial for Pritchett Closets to counter a rival's splashy ad, but dad and daughter have conflicting creative visions. Meanwhile, Phil, Luke and Manny try to take down a Peeping Tom's drone that's spying on a sunbathing Gloria; Ca (more…)
Claire tackles spring cleaning, while Phil worries that Luke is getting better than he is at just about everything. Elsewhere, Haley tries to get Alex's mind off school by taking her to a music festival; and Gloria and Jay promise to give up their vices of (more…)
Joe's fussy phase prevents Jay and Gloria from getting any sleep, so they both bend their parental rules to devise secret ways of napping. Meanwhile, Claire's balance of life and work is so flawless and easy that her family is getting suspicious; and Mitch (more…)
Phil has a new client whom he tries to hide from his wife because she's attractive, while Claire would rather keep her hot yoga instructor a secret. Elsewhere, Jay becomes preoccupied making a Web show, but is tormented by an Internet troll; and Lily is ne (more…)
Frank Dunphy's wedding has a Roaring '20s theme, so Phil gets his clan to show up in costume, but Claire and the kids realize it's time for an intervention with Phil when they're the only ones who dressed up. Meanwhile, Jay comes to regret mastering the ar (more…)
Support for gender equality and the women's movement is displayed by various members of the Pritchett clan, but each has vastly different ways of showing their commitment. Meanwhile, Jay and Phil can't agree on their parking-lot attendant's duties; and Cam (more…)
A desire for time alone sends Mitch and Jay on separate retreats to the same resort, where they realize how much they actually have in common. Meanwhile, Phil and Claire find that life as empty nesters doesn't suit them; and Cam drops in on Gloria when he (more…)
In the Season 8 finale, Javier shows up for Manny's high-school graduation and takes him out for a wild night of celebration, but Jay must step in to pick up the pieces. Meanwhile, the rest of the Pritchett clan get ready for Luke and Manny's big day.
Jay and Gloria step in to sort things out when a big fight between Claire and Phil leaves the latter in the dark about its subject matter. Meanwhile, Cameron plans an important fund-raiser with help from Mitchell and Luke; and Jay makes an ill-advised purc (more…)
With Claire preoccupied by a feud between Haley and Alex, Phil takes advantage of a day at the spa. Meanwhile, Gloria is creeped out by Jay's designs on his-and-hers burial plots; and Cameron does research for a book about Lily's adoption.
Luke's friendship with a curmudgeonly neighbor (Philip Baker Hall) gives Phil and Claire pause; Jay tries to get out of a concert with Gloria and Manny but winds up with Mitchell and Cameron on a night out with their friends; Haley babysits Lily.
Cameron throws himself into his job as interim music director at Luke and Manny's school. Meanwhile, Jay's sibling rivalry with his visiting brother (Jonathan Banks) goes to another level; and Phil wants his family to be in his realty advertisement.
Claire suspects there's more than meets the eye to a surprise visit by Phil's father (Fred Willard) in a motor home. Meanwhile, Cameron offers to fill the drumming vacancy in Dylan's band, and Manny is in shock after seeing a horror movie with Jay and Glor (more…)
Jay's plans for rest and relaxation on the family's Hawaiian vacation are rudely interrupted. Meanwhile, Mitchell and Cameron have opposing views on sightseeing; Phil tries to make it a trip to remember for Claire; and the kids get mischievous without adul (more…)
In the first-season finale, Claire has her work cut out for her when she organizes a family portrait. Meanwhile, Gloria and Phil take Manny and Alex to a Lakers game; Jay helps Luke with a school project; and Cameron gets a job as a wedding singer.
When the Dunphys' neighbors find Claire's annual Halloween extravaganza inappropriate, Phil suggests having an open house for the holiday. Meanwhile, Mitchell and Cameron host a costume party, but must also field questions from Lily about her birth mom; an (more…)
Phil takes over Halloween from a reluctant Claire and turns the Dunphy house into "AwesomeLand." Meanwhile, Gloria chooses Princess Fiona and Shrek costumes for her and Jay, but he would rather go as Prince Charming—with a full head of hair. Elsewhere, C (more…)