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10 Thoughts I Had While Watching “Modern Family: Red Alert”

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10 Thoughts I Had While Watching “Modern Family: Red Alert”

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Grace Reuschle, Contributor

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Modern Family’s title says it all; it’s a show about a family living their lives one crazy day at a time. This show is one of the best comedy shows on TV. The most recent episode deals with many family issues, including dealing with puberty as a young girl, having insecurities about becoming a mother, and not being able to get sleep. Here’s what I liked and disliked about the episode…


 

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Things I adored:

  • I loved the opening scene where Phil was doing sleep magic with his phone; it was a great way to start the episode
  • The intro is so iconic and reminds me of when I was little and would watch the show all the time
  • The joke about making burritos with the E. Coli was good comic relief for the tense situation
  • I’m so glad Claire realized her self-worth and decided to take that interview
  • I loved the Diva cup joke and the dads not knowing what it was
  • When Phil just said the numbers, then stopped; it felt like something I would do when I’m tired
  • Phil going into a British accent, then screaming, “I don’t hear it!” It was the best moment on this episode
  • Everyone trying to console Lily in their own  different ways was funny
  • Hayley’s boyfriend supporting her makes their relationship seem more real to me

 

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A thing that bothered me:

  • Why is it that Claire can’t just find a job and grow something herself, but instead it has to be an awful company that she won’t go to and she’ll just go back to her dad?

 

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Overall, Modern Family is funny and charming. You don’t have to watch any of the previous episodes to watch this show and understand the plot. Each episode brings a new storyline that can make anyone laugh. I recommend this show to anyone who wants to sit down and have a good time.

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Grace Reuschle, Contributor

Grace Reuschle is a freshman here at Northport High School who loves to read books and watch movies. She’s so into reading that she read 40 books last...

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