A diverse clan bridges cultural and generational gaps.
Steven Levitan (Executive Producer), Christopher Lloyd (Executive Producer), Elaine Ko (Writer), Steven Levitan (Director), Megan Ganz (Writer), Stephen Lloyd (Writer), Chuck Tatham (Writer), Ryan Case (Director), Vali Chandrasekaran (Writer), Alisa Statman (Director), Chris Koch (Director), Rick Wiener (Writer), Kenny Schwartz (Writer), Beth Mccarthy-miller (Director), Abraham Higginbotham (Writer), Jeffrey Richman (Writer), Fred Goss (Director), Anthony Lombardo (Writer), Clint Mccray (Writer), Daisy Gardner (Writer), Jim Hensz (Director), Fred Savage (Director), Steven Levitan (Writer), Paul Corrigan (Writer), Brad Walsh (Writer), Jeffrey Walker (Director), Danny Zuker (Writer), James Bagdonas (Director), Dan O'shannon (Writer), Jeff Melman (Director), Gail Mancuso (Director), Bill Wrubel (Writer), Ben Karlin (Writer), Becky Mann (Writer), Audra Sielaff (Writer), Christopher Lloyd (Writer), Jim Bagdonas (Director), Bianca Douglas (Writer), Jason Winer (Director), Rick Weiner (Writer), Bryan Cranston (Director), Emily Spivey (Writer), Beth Mccarthy miller (Writer), Lev l. Spiro (Director), Cindy Chupack (Writer), Michael Spiller (Director), Danny Zucker (Writer), Scott Ellis (Director), Ilana Wernick (Writer), Carol Leifer (Writer), Dean Parisot (Director), Seth Gordon (Director), Joe Lawson (Writer), Alex Herschlag (Writer), Kevin Sullivan (Director), Reggie Hudlin (Director), Jerry Collins (Writer), Caroline Williams (Writer), Randall Einhorn (Director)
|"Good Cop Bad Dog" Phil and Claire shock the kids by switching parenting roles for a day; Jay gives advice to an entrepreneur about his dog-training business; Cameron has the flu, leaving Mitchell to decide what to do with their Lady Gaga tickets. (Repeat)||WNYW|
|"Chirp" Claire and Haley are stuck at home sick; the taunting of a chirping smoke detector has Phil preoccupied; Gloria and Manny's surprise visit at Jay's work leads to headaches for him; Cameron takes Lily for a commercial. (Repeat)||USA|
|"Manny Get Your Gun" Manny experiences a minicrisis over getting older; Phil and Claire engage in a car race on the way to a restaurant; Mitch and Cam go to the mall to pick up a gift for Manny's birthday. (Repeat)||USA|
|"Our Children, Ourselves" Alex's dedication to learning makes Claire and Phil question themselves; Gloria tries to make new friends; Mitch runs into an ex-girlfriend while out with Cam. (Repeat)||USA|
|"Princess Party" Fizbo is disinvited from Lily's birthday party; Mitchell and Claire's mother DeDe comes to the party with Claire's ex-boyfriend. (Repeat)||USA|
|"Great Expectations" Claire wants to surprise Phil with a private performance by one of their favorite musicians; Cameron and Mitchell invite their friend Sal out for a night on the town. (Repeat)||USA|
|"Someone to Watch Over Lily" Mitchell and Cameron try to choose who would best take care of Lily should anything happen to them. (Repeat)||USA|
|"The One That Got Away" The family scrambles to plan a big celebration for Jay's birthday; Phil runs into his college nemesis; Cameron gets into hot water at a bakery. (Repeat)||USA|
|"Bixby's Back" Claire and Phil decide to reprise their role-playing adventure from the previous year; Jay's elaborate Valentine's surprise for Gloria keeps getting held up; an admirer comes between Cameron and Mitchell. (Repeat)||USA|
|"Up All Night" Gloria does not like Jay's reaction to the arrival of Manny's father; Phil is rushed to the hospital; Mitchell and Cameron try to sleep-train Lily. (Repeat)||USA|
Told from the perspective of an unseen documentary filmmaker, the series offers an honest, often-hilarious perspective of family life. Parents Phil and Claire yearn for an honest, open relationship with their three kids. But a daughter who is trying to grow up too fast, another who is too smart for her own good, and a rambunctious young son make it challenging. Claire's dad, Jay, and his Latina wife, Gloria, are raising two sons together, but people sometimes believe Jay to be Gloria's father. Jay's gay son, Mitchell, and his partner, Cameron, have adopted a little Asian girl, completing one big -- straight, gay, multicultural, traditional -- happy family.
Ed O'neill as Jay
Julie Bowen as Claire
Ty Burrell as Phil
Sof├¡a Vergara as Gloria
Jesse tyler Ferguson as Mitchell
Eric Stonestreet as Cameron
Sarah Hyland as Haley
Nolan Gould as Luke
Ariel Winter as Alex
Rico Rodriguez as Manny
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Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.