Modern Family Season 6
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The honeymoon is over, but the laughs continue in Season Six of Modern Family, winner of five consecutive Emmy(R) Awards for Outstanding Comedy Series. As freshly hitched Cam and Mitch acclimate to the realities of wedded bliss, Phil and Claire find their marriage stressed by annoying neighbors, Thanksgiving dinner gone awry and Claire's online snooping. Meanwhile, a spy-camera drone wreaks havoc in Jay and Gloria's backyard and a close call on the highway leads to amusing changes in various members of the Pritchett-Dunphy clan. It all adds up to the funniest season yet of this brilliant and acclaimed comedy.
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One of the great additions to the cast as recurring characters were the Dunphy's new neighbors, the LaFontaine family, played by Steve Zahn and Andrea Anders. Zahn as a distributor of medical marijuana is hilarious, and having them as sometimes friends and sometimes enemies of Claire and Phil on a limited basis is great. The story lines for the rest of the cast really continues to be more of the same. While each family gets some focus, and there are call backs to prior seasons episodes and story lines. The Hailey/Andy story line that was introduced in the 5th season continues this season (especially toward the end) and we get to see that Beth (played by Laura Ashley Samuels) is actually real, and their story leads into kind of a cliff hanger at the end of the season.
The DVD release this season is better than the season 5 release, but it is still horrible that the show (especially as popular as it continues to be, even if there has been a decline in popularity) that it does not continue to be available on blu ray as it was during the first 4 seasons. There are not a ton of extras, a few behind the scenes and making of features on some of the episodes, including the internet episode (which was almost entirely shot on iphones, a few deleted scenes, and a gag reel. Good for what is there, but not as much as in prior seasons. There are no commentary tracks on any episode this year. If the extras are not a huge deal for you, then streaming it will get you the same audio and video quality as the DVDs will.
Helps instill a sense of irony and humor in children and opens the minds of adults in fantastically clever ways.