On the season finale, the wedding day chaos continues as the entire party shifts from one contingency plan to another. Guests start to get testy, Mitchell and Cameron are feeling discouraged and poor Claire shows physical wear and tear.
Mitch and Cam's big day is finally here and nothing can ruin it, until nothing turns into a whole lot of somethings and puts wedding planner extraordinaire Pepper Saltzman (guest star Nathan Lane) to the test.
Jay, Gloria and Manny experiment outside their comfort zone.
Phil fails at his one task to stay home and wait for the repairman.
The entire family tags along as Phil fulfills his mom's wish.
Claire tries to help Jay prep for a special family night he is hosting.
The adults are Vegas-bound when Jay gets the hotel suites upgraded.
Mitch, Cam, Alex and Manny go for a cultured day at the museum.
Cameron is in charge of the school's big spring dance.
Phil is upset to have lost his elected office of social chair.
Claire and Phil decide to spy on Luke and Manny as they're hanging out with one of their more questionable friends. Meanwhile, Gloria is furious with Jay because she thinks he had a dream about another woman.
Phil and Claire take Haley out to dinner to discuss her future.
Gloria has an encounter with a mean mom (Jane Krakowski) during the high school open house; Mitchell meets a judgmental neighbor (Jesse Eisenberg); Alex goes to a therapist.
Phil ends up in jail after tricking Luke into taking a dance class; Jay and Gloria plan birthday parties for Manny and Joe; Mitch and Cam try to book a wedding venue.
Jay and Manny set out to cut down their own Christmas tree; Gloria is on edge when her mother visits; Mitchell does last-minute shopping to find the perfect gift for Lily.
Cam is extremely focused -- and ruthless -- as a big football game approaches; Claire wants to prove herself at work; Phil tries to teach his children about optimism.
Jay questions Gloria believing Baby Joe is cursed and that an awful lot of her relatives have been carried off by giant birds.
Cam digs himself into a hole trying to explain to Lily why Larry the cat is missing.
Cast members Ed O'Neill (Jay Pritchett) and Sofia Vergara (Gloria Delgado-Pritchett) talk about creating a convincing romance, even with an age gap. Sofia says that Ed helps her with pronunciations and understanding English jokes.
"Run for Your Wife"
Mitchell tries to one-up and out-green his judgmental, environmentalist neighbor (guest star Jesse Eisenberg) in Modern Family's Season 5 episode, "Under Pressure."
Mitch and Cam's wedding is coming up, so Gloria and Claire take Lily shopping for a flower girl dress in Modern Family's Season 5 episode, "Other People's Children."
An old box of stuff stirs up very different memories for the Dunphys. A bottle of Zima has Phil reminiscing about the '90s, Sleepless in Seattle and Bjork, while an old photo has Claire explaining her hot ex-boyfriend to her kids.
Modern Family - Sneak Peek
Claire, the bloodless wifebot
Mitch and Cam find the perfect moment to pop the question.
Modern Family: 'Unplugged' Sneak Peek
Series creator/executive producer Steven Levitan talks about improv on the set and director/co-executive producer Jason Winer talks about their quick shooting schedule. Cast member Eric Stonestreet (Cam Tucker) shows how he transitions into Cam on set.
Modern Family aneak peek.
The entire family admits they have to walk on eggshells when they're around Cam.
Cam vs. Grams
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