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Told from the perspective of an unseen documentary filmmaker, the series offers an honest, often-hilarious perspective of family life. Parents Phil and Claire yearn for an honest, open relationship with their three kids. But a daughter who is trying to grow up too fast, another who is too smart for her own good, and a rambunctious young son make it challenging. Claire's dad, Jay, and his Latina wife, Gloria, are raising two sons together, but people sometimes believe Jay to be Gloria's father. Jay's gay son, Mitchell, and his partner, Cameron, have adopted a little Asian girl, completing one big -- straight, gay, multicultural, traditional -- happy family.

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aired 4 days ago
Cam finally gets a chance to shine when he is asked to preside over the high school graduation ceremony at the last minute; Jay gives the commencement address; Claire runs into her former high school rival who brings out the worst in her.
aired 4 days ago
In an effort to be less negative, Claire inadvertently approves of Luke's new relationship with someone from his work; Phil tries to surprise Alex at school right before she receives an award she didn't tell him about.
aired 6 days ago
Cam forgets the words to his favorite country song and decides to reconnect with his roots by getting a chicken; when Alex is up for a prestigious government job that requires a family interview, everyone overcompensates and jeopardizes her chances.
aired 9 days ago
Jay gives a Thanksgiving toast that honors the family's successes, although everyone knows it isn't quite true; everyone tries to hide things about their perceived triumphs; Phil works hard to master a magic trick to prove he's not a failure.
aired 17 days ago
Dylan and Luke are really impressed with Bill's tales of heroism and survival as a firefighter, which make Phil feel emasculated.
aired 17 days ago
Mitch, Cam and Phil crash Jay's annual hiking trip to find an elusive bald eagle after Gloria asks them to keep an eye on him; Gloria, Alex, Claire and Haley get together to plan her baby shower.
aired 18 days ago
Lily reaches a womanly milestone that Cam and Mitch are not prepared for -- at all -- so they call in reinforcements.
aired 18 days ago
Jay hosts a Super Bowl party at the same time that Claire hosts a baby shower for Haley, both at Jay's house.
aired 25 days ago
Phil thinks he found Pepper his dream home; in an attempt to connect with Lily, Mitch and Cam get invited to an exclusive event for her favorite vlogger.
aired 25 days ago
Cam must contend with a bully at the school; Jay has technical trouble during a video conference; the local mall holds a photo shoot for its new ad campaign, and Gloria tricks Phil and Joe into participating.
aired 28 days ago
The family goes on a wine tasting trip and stays in Haley's new boss's country house; Gloria and Mitch are invited to a party at Oprah's house but can't bring anyone else.
aired 28 days ago
When Jay overhears Gloria on the phone talking about spanking, he assumes she is frustrated in the bedroom; Mitchell and Cam throw a party to rub Mitchell's new job in Cam's friends' faces.
aired 28 days ago
Phil thinks that Gloria is upset at Jay for dropping the ball on Valentine's Day, so he convinces Jay to spice things up with a little role playing; Mitch and Cam must make things right when they unwittingly ruin Luke's Valentine's Day date.
aired 28 days ago
Luke goes missing after a night out; Haley is desperate to land an interview for a popular lifestyle website.
aired 30 days ago
After Phil experiences intense stomach pains, Gloria has to rush him to the hospital for an emergency surgery and rallies the entire family to be by his side.
aired 30 days ago
Claire's request to build a "She Shed" in the backyard is denied by the homeowners association and only Luke and Phil know the real reason why; Pameron lets Cam in on a family secret, which forces him to visit Mitch's therapist.
aired 30 days ago
When Claire lands a big opportunity for Pritchett's Closets, Jay expects validation for his contribution; Pam's ex-boyfriend shows up and Mitchell sees this as an opportunity to get Pam out of the house; Luke and Alex find a business opportunity.
aired 32 days ago
Phil and Claire decide to take a cycling tour through Italy; Cameron and Mitchell discover some interesting reading material in Lily's room.
aired 32 days ago
Claire and Phil aren't convinced that Haley and Dylan can make it on their own as they move them into their new apartment before the baby arrives; Pameron gets out of prison early and has a bone to pick with Mitchell.
aired 33 days ago
Phil believes he'll have a day of bad luck after failing to successfully complete his daily superstition; Mitch is certain that Cam is undermining him during their kitchen renovation; Jay is determined to get Gloria to admit she was in an accident.
aired 33 days ago
Phil and Claire realize that Alex may be more self-sufficient in college than they thought; Manny works to avoid a tearful goodbye after Gloria and Jay move him into his dorm; Haley gets an unexpected opportunity.

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