Modern Family (2009–2020)
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The Wedding, Part 2 

A series of mishaps and unruly guests threaten to undermine Mitchell and Camerson's wedding.


Alisa Statman


Steven Levitan (created by), Christopher Lloyd (created by) | 3 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ed O'Neill ... Jay Pritchett
Sofía Vergara ... Gloria Delgado-Pritchett
Julie Bowen ... Claire Dunphy
Ty Burrell ... Phil Dunphy
Jesse Tyler Ferguson ... Mitchell Pritchett
Eric Stonestreet ... Cameron Tucker
Sarah Hyland ... Haley Dunphy
Ariel Winter ... Alex Dunphy
Nolan Gould ... Luke Dunphy
Rico Rodriguez ... Manny Delgado
Aubrey Anderson-Emmons ... Lily Tucker-Pritchett
Nathan Lane ... Pepper Saltzman
Elizabeth Banks ... Sal
Barry Corbin ... Merle Tucker
Celia Weston ... Barb Tucker


A series of mishaps and unruly guests threaten to undermine Mitchell and Camerson's wedding.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance


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Season Five
4 July 2019 | by zkonedogSee all my reviews

The previous four seasons of Modern Family all garnered five-star ratings from me. While this Fifth Season still provided a lot of laughs, it also had some "dry" episodes that knocked the star ranking down a notch.

A big storyline this season revolves around the upcoming nuptials of Cam (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and all the foibles that event causes both in preparation and execution. Daughter Lily (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons) has some of the best lines of the whole season watching her daddies try to pull off the event.

All the other principle cast members are spot-on as usual. It is a bit weird to see youngest Dunphy child Luke (Nolan Gould) getting so old, but the show transitions with him pretty well.

Where I felt the season was a little stale? The stuff involving Jay (Ed O'Neill) and Gloria (Sofia Vergara), especially their new "Man-ny" Andy (Adam DeVine), a live-in servant not to be confused with the real Manny (Rico Rodriguez).

Like I said, this is still a funny season of the show, but there were a few plotlines and even a few whole episodes that just weren't quite as utterly hilarious as the show had been in the past. I hate to call a season like this a "bad year", but I guess it kind of was compared to other seasons previous. I am heartened, however, by the fact that the most similar comedy to this, that being "The Office", fell off the table with a much more resounding thud when it starting wearing out its welcome. Maybe this is the beginning of that route for "Modern Family", but I still enjoyed watching these episodes quite a bit.

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21 May 2014 (USA) See more »

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