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#Giveaway: Modern Family Season 4 (Bluray)

The Best Modern Family Cameos



Available on Blu-ray & DVD September 24



Modern Family always seems to have an array of fantastic stars who make guest appearances each year. With names like Matthew Broderick, Elizabeth Banks, and Shelley Long, season four definitely did not disappoint! Take a look at our ten favorite Modern Family cameos throughout the past four years.

The laughs – and the awards – just keep on coming for the #1-rated “Modern Family,” winner of three consecutive Emmy Awards for Outstanding Comedy Series! With Jay and Gloria’s baby on the way and Haley going off to college, the entire Pritchett/Dunphy clan faces some major surprises as they bicker and bond over house-flipping headaches, unwanted play dates, and everything from hot-tempered hormones to in utero karaoke. Featuring a stellar array of guest stars including Matthew Broderick, Shelley Long and Elizabeth Banks, Season Four takes a heartfelt and laugh-out-lough hilarious look at what it means to be a “Modern Family.”

Matthew Broderick as Dave (Season 4)

With two Tony Awards, there’s no denying that Matthew Broderick is an insanely talented actor both on the stage and the silver screen. When he made his appearance on Modern Family the audience was not disappointed! Dave, who was also a bulldog alum, brought lots of awkward moments and laughter when he got a bit confused by the signals Phil was sending him.

Matt Dillon as Robbie Sullivan 2011

In season two, Matt Dillon appeared as Claire’s ex-boyfriend from high school. Though he played a sleaze, Robbie Sullivan will forever be remembered by Modern Family fans for the unexpected make out session he had with Grandma Dede in the kitchen. He definitely did not win back the love of his high school sweetheart, but Robbie did not allow that to ruin his day.

James Marsden as Barry- 2011

When the charming James Marsden appeared on Modern Family with his sexy smile, no one was complaining! He was certainly a treat for the eyes of all the female viewers, but we can’t blame Mitchell and Cameron for kicking out their “neighbor” Barry when they discovered that he had been living in their daughter’s princess castle. It was good while it lasted and Barry’s spiritual practices were certainly entertaining.


Minnie Driver as Valerie- 2010

Minnie Driver made a guest appearance as Valerie, Claire’s old friend in season one. She was beautiful, well-dressed, and seemed to have it all together. You can’t really blame Claire for feeling slightly inadequate. Driver perfectly portrayed the friend that is a middle-aged woman’s worst nightmare. 

Benjamin Bratt as Javier Delgado- 2010-2013

With recurring appearances as Gloria’s ex-husband Javier Delgado, Benjamin Bratt definitely deserves a place on this list! Javier is not exactly the perfect father-figure for Manny, who looks up to his biological dad. His wild personality adds on to the crazy family we all love. We can’t wait until the next time he makes his appearance!

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Comments

  1. I love that Ed O'Neill play in it!
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  2. I love how funny this show is...hilarious

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  3. I love the hijinks, but I also love that they have heartwarming moments/scenes, too.

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  4. I havent actually seen it yet so I cant say for sure.

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  5. don't know; haven't seen it yet

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  6. I love the characters. Each one has a real personality that stands out. No one character is bigger than another on the show and it makes it more genuine.

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  7. Everything! I love the interactions between the families....within their own smaller ones and then the larger families. Great actors and actresses and such great writing. Loved it since the first episode!

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  8. I really like this show. I like all three families and the stories/troubles/relationships. It is a fun tv show to watch.

    Thanks.

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  9. Phil is my favorite character. He is so funny. Great cast!
    xo

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  10. I have not seen it yet but I have the feeling I will love the humor and cast.

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  11. I love this show.. Phil is the best.

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