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Modern Family: Playdates

710. Playdates

Aired January 6, 2016

Claire and Phil have dinner plans with a wealthy couple they met on vacation, but Claire is annoyed that they never seem to pick up the bill. Gloria organizes a play date for Joe with a boy in his class, but she is particularly interested in her and Jay bonding with Wesley's parents. Jay is offended by the suggestion he's in the same age group as Wesley's eighty-something father. Meanwhile, Haley, Alex and Luke struggle to put together a fun day for Mitchell when he redeems his birthday coupon.

Quote from Cameron

Cameron: [aside to camera] It was adorable. Lily was clearly smitten with that little Canadian Monte. Just heard that. Delightful. It was a rite of passage that I had been looking forward to - my daughter's first crush. And I wanted to be there for her in a way that no one was there for me. Of course, my first crush was on a statue of a confederate general in front of a courthouse. That's the same year they put up the "do not climb the statue" signs.

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Quote from Jay

Gloria: What did you miss?
Marty: It's Fred and Ginger week on TCM. They're showing "Swing Time," and I forgot to record it.
Jay: Let me tell you about a little innovation called Netflix. You'll never miss another movie again.
Marty: Really?
Jay: Hand to god. You pick a film on your computer. Three days later, there's a disk in your mailbox. You got to stay up with technology, Marty.
Marty: Wow. Thanks. [to Vicki] Can you believe he doesn't know about streaming? If I ever get that out of touch, kill me.

Quote from Lily

Lily: If you're going to keep giggling, I'll do my own nails.
Cameron: I'm sorry. It's just funny, the juxtaposition.
Lily: I get it, I'm Asian. Ha ha ha. It's racist, daddy.

Quote from Mitchell

Mitchell: Pepper, can you hear me? Pepper, can you see me? Pepper, I am standing in the driveway...

Quote from Jay

Gloria: What is wrong with you today?
Jay: I'm sick of Marty lumping me into the same age category as him. "Guys like us," "back in our day." I'm a baby boomer, for god's sake. I know all the words to "Light My Fire."

Quote from Haley

Alex: Why would he just show up? Shouldn't he have given us some notice?
Haley: I kind of remember him calling about it, but I would've put it in my phone- Oh, there it is.
Alex: Of course.
Haley: Oh, my god. I'm supposed to be cat-sitting.
Alex: We have to figure out something good. He's the first to call us on our birthdays, and he always gets us amazing presents. Are you even listening to me?
Haley: How long can a cat go without eating?

Quote from Manny

Manny: My mustache. I've been growing it for weeks, and the two of you have been conspicuously silent.
Gloria: It's very dashing.
Jay: What mustache?
Manny: Right, Jay. Like I'm supposed to believe you didn't see it.
Jay: You got me. Check you later, Serpico.
Joe: Serpico!
Manny: You don't even know who that is.

Quote from Jay

Vicky: And France was just beautiful.
Marty: I hadn't been there since D-day. Took me the same amount of time to get across that beach, though. You were in the service?
Jay: Yeah, but different war.
Marty: Oh, Korea. Me too.
Jay: No, next war. Keep going.

Quote from Jay

Vicky: Jay, Gloria tells me you have kids from your first marriage. So does Marty.
Marty: Yeah. My oldest is, uh, 66. Was. She passed last year.
Gloria: Oh, I'm so sorry.
Jay: Well, that's young. What was it?
Marty: Natural causes. I blame most of it on stress. So much more pressure than there was years ago. Back in our day-
Jay: Different day. Not the same day. Actually more your dead daughter's day. May she rest in peace.

Quote from Manny

Manny: Mom, we need to talk.
Gloria: What are you doing here? You're supposed to be watching the kids.
Manny: Wesley is a bad influence on Joe. He's rude and disrespectful, and I think you should nip this friendship in the bud.
Gloria: He made fun of your mustache, didn't he?
Manny: What kind of 4-year-old knows the word "wispy"?

Quote from Jay

Marty: How many times a night do you have to get up to pee? I'm up to four or five.
Jay: Not me, old-timer. Twice tops. Once last month, I even slept through the night. Now, I'm gonna refresh this 'cause I got nothing to worry about. [to Gloria] I'm literally in a pissing contest with the son of a bitch.

Quote from Cameron

Cameron: Look, I want you to be able to talk to me about this kind of stuff. It's completely natural and healthy to have feelings for someone. And you know what? I think he likes you, too. You just have to draw him out, you know? Flirt a little.
Lily: How?
Cameron: Uh, well, you just sit down in front of him, look him straight in the eye, put a big smile on your face, and ask him some questions, like, "So, do you have any hobbies? Is Canada really as beautiful as they say it is? Are you a fan of the bacon?"
Lily: Why are you blinking like that?
Cameron: Well, because I'm sending him signals. Okay, what else? Oh. Definitely compliment him on his outfit, laugh at his jokes.
Lily: What if they aren't funny?
Cameron: Oh, honey, the cute ones rarely are. God doesn't give with both hands.

Quote from Mitchell

Luke: Dude, look. Her gate is open. We should get a picture of you in her driveway. How awesome of a birthday fun day gift would that be?
Mitchell: Okay. You know what? Pepper would die. He loved "Yentl" so much, he had a second Bar Mitzvah.

Quote from Mitchell

Ray Liotta: "Goodfellas"? "Something Wild"? "Field of Dreams"?
Mitchell: "Field of Dreams."
Luke: Never seen it.
Alex: We're really not that old.
Mitchell: Look, Ray Liotta is a very fine actor, and we have taken up enough of his time.
Ray Liotta: Stop saying my full name like you have to keep telling them who I am.

Quote from Mitchell

Haley: So, wait, you live with Barbra Streisand?
Ray Liotta: Y-y-you got the map.
Haley: Yeah.
Ray Liotta: She lived here for about two months, fifteen years ago. You think the bastards would update these things to reflect the current movie-star owners.
Mitchell: Thank you. Come on, kids. We're very sorry to have bothered you.
Ray Liotta: No, no, no. I don't want you to leave empty-handed. Come on in for a selfie.
Mitchell: Oh. All right.
Ray Liotta: Um, here. When you see my movies later, you're gonna realize that this is a special moment. Come on. And cheese. See? That's an old actor's trick for a perfect smile. Except you and I are smiling. You guys aren't smiling.

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