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#Win Modern Family Season 6 DVD (US/CDN)

Nominated for Six Emmy Awards including Outstanding Comedy Series and
Outstanding Casting For a Comedy Series!


Think you know everything about Modern Family?
Here are a few fun facts about the cast of Nominated for Six Emmy® Awards including Outstanding Comedy Series and Outstanding Casting For a Comedy Series!

·         Nolan Gould, who plays "dumb" Luke Dunphy, has actually been a member of Mensa since he was 4.

·         Full name of Manny's character is Manuel Alberto Javier Alejandro Delgado

·         Eric Stonestreet is a Kansas native who wanted to become a clown as a kid. In fact, his childhood invention of “Fizbo” the clown has now been resurrected on “Modern Family.”

·         Julie Bowen was 8 months pregnant with twins in the Modern Family pilot.

·         In early seasons, Jay kept forgetting that Mitchell was gay. This was added in after the producers heard Jesse Tyler Ferguson’s real experience with coming out to his father three times.

·         During the early seasons, Jay would constantly forget that his son Mitchell was gay. Jesse Tyler Ferguson, who plays Mitchell, says the idea came from his own real life experience since he had to come out to his real father three different times over a period of several years.

The honeymoon is over, but the laughs continue in Season Six of “Modern Family,” winner of five consecutive Emmy® Awards for Outstanding Comedy Series. As freshly hitched Cam and Mitch acclimate to the realities of wedded bliss, Phil and Claire find their marriage stressed by annoying neighbors, Thanksgiving dinner gone awry and Claire’s online snooping. Meanwhile, a spy-camera drone wreaks havoc in Jay and Gloria’s backyard and a close call on the highway leads to amusing changes in various members of the Pritchett-Dunphy clan. It all adds up to the funniest season yet of this brilliant and acclaimed comedy.

Modern Family Season Six Arrives on DVD September 22!

Or you can enter to win a copy now!

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  1. no fav, but they're funny

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  2. One favorite is when Phil tries to put real estate advertising on the side of the mini van and Claire gets interesting results!

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  3. Modern Family is one of my favorite shows....
    I love all the characters & all episodes.....
    thank you for the giveaway..............

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  4. I like Phil, he's very funny. The wedding episodes were very good.

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  5. One of my favourites was when Cam was singing "Ave Maria" at a wedding whilst Mitch was at home fighting off a pigeon that had flown in. He was smashing everything in the living room with a tennis racket, logs, fire extinguisher to get rid of the bird- it was done in slow motion and so funny!

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  6. It's so hard to pick one character but Phil & Claire are my favorite couple. Can't really pick just one episode as my favorite.

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  7. I've never seen an episode. If I win, do I have to buy seasons 1-5? I've heard it's great though and since we don't have cable or netflix, I'd love it on DVD.

    Besos, Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

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    1. I think you'd get a kick out of it no matter which season it is.

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  8. My favorite character is Phil. I like the episode when he sneaks food into the basketball game.

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  9. My favorite is Phil, he's a hoot. And I'd have to say my favorite episode anyone where Claire and Phil have their role-playing dates. Love them!

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  10. Phil is my favourite character, although I do think that all the cast members are funny! It's just that Phil makes me laugh out loud at least once per episode, and he's also an all-around good guy that I can't help but like. I don't have a favourite episode, although I would say that I do find the earlier seasons to be the funniest.

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