Last night’s episode of “Modern Family” was the funniest of the season, filled with fantastic one-off jokes, visual puns, and lots and lots of funny hits of truth. But the funniest moment was a “Monkees” joke, airing the same day Davy Jones passed away.
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Even though the time has long since passed when the sight of two women kissing on broadcast TV was considered shocking, it seems like networks are still squeamish when it comes to showing two men kissing. Last night, “Happy Endings” showed that it’s no big deal.
Yesterday, a federal court ruled that California’s Proposition 8 — which bans same-sex marriage in the state — was unconstitutional. This fight will likely go to the Supreme Court, and… More
Alec Baldwin was in a chatty mood at the SAG Awards last night; he not only revealed the reason behind his recent slim-down, he pitched himself to the cast of… More
The cast of “Modern Family” took home a SAG Award in the Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series on Sunday night, beating out a field that also saw the casts of “30 Rock,” “Glee,” “The Office” and others up for a trophy.
Before last night’s episode of “Modern Family,” featuring a story where Cam (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitch’s (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) kid (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons) learns that new word, a group of BYU students in something called the No Cussing Club called for the episode to be pulled.
“Modern Family” co-creator Steven Levitan challenged right wingers who may not like his show because its depiction of a gay couple to watch. He thinks they’ll like what they see in Cam and Mitch.
At the beginning of the season, “Modern Family” introduced a storyline where Cam (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitch (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) announced to the Pritchett and Dunphy families that they were going to adopt a second child, but we haven’t heard much about it since. But, fear not, “Modern” fans: the storyline will be back, according to one of the show’s creators.
The Golden Globe nominations were announced this morning and, at least on the TV side of the ledger, the list of nominees are a bit… odd. Yes, we know this… More
Breaking her own rule that “every fascinating person must be living,” Barbara Walters revealed former Apple CEO Steve Jobs as her No. 1 “Most Fascinating” person of the year Wednesday night.