A diverse clan bridges cultural and generational gaps.
Steven Levitan (Executive Producer), Christopher Lloyd (Executive Producer), Abraham Higginbotham (Writer), Ben Karlin (Writer), Jeffrey Richman (Writer), Steven Levitan (Director), Steven Levitan (Writer), Jeffrey Walker (Director), Paul Corrigan (Writer), Brad Walsh (Writer), Bill Wrubel (Writer), Ryan Case (Director), Elaine Ko (Writer), Danny Zuker (Writer), Megan Ganz (Writer), Christopher Lloyd (Writer), Dan O'shannon (Writer), Alisa Statman (Director), Beth Mccarthy-miller (Director), Gail Mancuso (Director), Jim Hensz (Director), James Bagdonas (Director), Bryan Cranston (Director), Fred Savage (Director), Emily Spivey (Writer), Jim Bagdonas (Director), Beth Mccarthy miller (Writer), Bianca Douglas (Writer), Lev l. Spiro (Director), Fred Goss (Director), Becky Mann (Writer), Audra Sielaff (Writer), Jeff Melman (Director), Cindy Chupack (Writer), Michael Spiller (Director), Danny Zucker (Writer), Jason Winer (Director), Chris Koch (Director), Steve Levitan (Writer), Scott Ellis (Director), Steve Levitan (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)
|"Heart Broken" Claire and Phil's Valentine's Day romp ends with Claire in the hospital; Jay and Gloria's attempts at romance are interrupted by the kids; after hosting a wild party, Cam and Mitch are left with hangovers and a new housemate. (Repeat)||USA|
|"Bad Hair Day" Things get awkward when Phil shows up at Claire's college reunion; Jay is fixated on winning a big bowling tournament; a wig malfunction during an elaborate photo shoot with Joe leads to unfortunate results. (Repeat)||USA|
|"The Wow Factor" Claire and Cam bring in a third party (Wendi McLendon-Covey) when they reach an impasse on a landscaping decision; Phil teaches basic fix-it skills to the kids; Mitch helps Lily with a bully. (Repeat)||USA|
|"Go Bullfrogs!" Phil takes Haley to visit his alma mater; Claire goes out with Mitchell and Cameron; Gloria and Jay may have to broach a delicate subject with Manny. (Repeat)||WWOR|
|"Treehouse" Gloria insists on a night of salsa dancing with Jay; Cameron goes too far when Mitchell and a friend challenge him to get a hot woman's (Leslie Mann) number; Phil builds a tree house. (Repeat)||WWOR|
|"The Old Wagon" Phil finally agrees to sell the old station wagon but only after a family trip down memory lane; Cameron asks Jay for help when Mitchell decides to build a life-size princess castle for Lily. (Repeat)||WNYW|
|"Party Crasher" Gloria and Jay try to make Manny's 14th birthday extra special by planning a surprise party; Haley starts hanging out with a much older guy. (Repeat)||WNYW|
|"The Kiss" Gloria decides to honor her late grandmother by cooking more traditional Colombian meals; Claire finds out Alex is interested in a boy; Mitchell's aversion to public displays of affection causes an argument. (Repeat)||WNYW|
|"Earthquake" When an earthquake hits, Claire gets stuck in the bathroom with the plumber; Manny experiences an existential crisis while out with Jay; Mitchell and Cameron use the quake as an excuse to get out of a party thrown by a friend (Nathan Lane). (Repeat)||USA|
|"Halloween" Claire prepares to make the Dunphy house spooky for Halloween; Cameron does not like the holiday because of a traumatic childhood experience; Jay and Manny tease Gloria about her accent. (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 teen 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.