Modern Family: Oct 6

By David Knox on October 5, 2013 / Filed Under Programming 2

2013-10-04_1930Sunday’s episode of Modern Family is directed by Aussie actor-turned-director Jeffrey Walker.

Walker is well known as a young actor on Round the Twist, Halfway Across the Galaxy and Turn Left, Ocean Girl, The Wayne Manifesto and Thunderstone.

More recently he has directed Jack Irish, Rake, Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23, The Neighbors, Angry Boys, Small Time Gangster, Dance Academy and City Homicide.

Gloria is worried about her son’s soul after he is banned for life from gymboree due to his repeated aggressive actions toward other kids. She is convinced that Joe has the mark of the devil passed down from her great-great grandfather, who was given great riches in exchange his soul. Jay assures her that Joe is perfectly normal and that there is no such thing as a curse, but Gloria calls in reinforcements – just in case.

Meanwhile, Cam has completely immersed himself in plans for the wedding. Mitchell has graciously bowed out of the process in order keep them from quibbling over every detail, but his controlling nature and Cam’s tendency to go overboard eventually come to a head. Lily’s cat goes missing and is feared dead, but rather than explaining death to Lily, Cam comes up with a convoluted story as to why Larry went away, which spectacularly backfires. Phil has tapped into a rich vein of new clients: recently divorced mothers. Unfortunately, these needy, vulnerable women demand a lot of Phil’s time, causing him to neglect his own wife and kids at home.

It is followed by a repeat episode.

7:30pm Sunday on TEN.

2 Comments »

  1. Mark W October 7, 2013 at 11:18 am -

    I didn’t like this episode very much.I thought it was way to slapstick in it’s comedy approach.Everybody seemed like an incompitent idiot,

  2. daveinprogress October 5, 2013 at 3:14 pm -

    I could turn for Sofia Vergara! So beautiful.
    Apropos Jeffrey Walker, wonderful to see our local boy made good – literally. All grown up.

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