Modern Family (2009– )
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Las Vegas 

On a trip to Las Vegas, Jay wheels and deals to get a better room, Claire tries to win back the money she lost last year, Phil tries to get into a magician's club, and Cameron chooses a bachelor party over a spa day with Mitchell.

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Haley Dunphy (credit only)
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Alex Dunphy (credit only)
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Luke Dunphy (credit only)
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Lily Tucker-Pritchett (credit only)
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On a trip to Las Vegas, Jay wheels and deals to get a better room, Claire tries to win back the money she lost last year, Phil tries to get into a magician's club, and Cameron chooses a bachelor party over a spa day with Mitchell.

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Comedy | Romance

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In this episode all the kids are absent. Only the adult cast is featured. See more »

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This is said to be at the time of Phil and Claire's 25th anniversary. However, it has been stated several times that Claire was pregnant with Haley when they married, and Haley is nowhere near 25. See more »

Quotes

Higgins: [Watching performers from Kilty Pleasures] Reminds me of my late grandfather.
Phil Dunphy: He was Scottish?
Higgins: No, a stripper.
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Written by Gabriel Mann
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Review of Episode and the other "review" here.
16 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

The other "review" on this page, which attempts to claim that this Episode of Modern Family is plagiarized from the 'Ski Lodge' Episode of 'Frasier', is written by somebody who must be Culturally Illiterate. The Comedy Technique and Narrative Format of people going in and out of interconnected doors, with confusion and misunderstandings arising, is a Classic Comedic Technique known as a Farce. It originated in Classic Greek Theatre, and was perfected to hilarity, in French Cinema. 'Le Cage Aux Folles' is one of the best examples (Also adapted by Hollywood, in 'The Birdcage', with Robin Williams. For original American Cinema, possibly the best example of a Farce, is, surprisingly, the Sylvester Stallone film, 'Oscar'.) Pay no attention to the "review" on this page, by the person who believes that 'Frasier"....invented the Genre of Farce. That's nonsense. And the claim that the different levels of the hotel, in Modern family, being copied from 'Frasier', is equally absurd. That plot point has been used in Sitcoms long before 'Frasier' used it. Anyone who regularly watches Sitcoms, should know this. Modern family did not "copy" anyone, in using the Classic Comedy Technique of Farce, nor in using the different levels of luxury plot point in this Episode. It's a superb Comedic Episode, using Classic Narrative Themes.


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