From January. Summary: Lily, the four-year-old adopted daughter of gay couple Mitchell and Cameron, drops the F-Bomb while she's a flower girl at a wedding.
On this show it must be referring to the word fag.
Modern Family looks like an awful show anyways....I can see why libs love the show anything showing “alternate” families. The only redeaming quality of the show seems to be Sofía Vergara...
“Modern Family”? An ABC televison show? Where a 2 year old drops the f-bomb?
I don’t see a problem here.
If the word in question was “bleeped”, you all do realize that they could have just made the child say the word “fudge” and then bleeped it for the sake of comedy?
Not saying this like I know how it’s all done, but the purpose of good cinematography is to trick you and just because there was a “bleep” doesn’t mean they really said a bad word.
That may very well be what happened. However, the fact is that it will be showing a 2 year old as having said the "f" word; and, this will be protrayed as very amusing.
Whether the little girl actress actually said the word or not; the purpose is to show how "funny" it would be to have a two year old say ****. It is just another way of deadening our outrage over such outmoded ideas as words that we shouldn't say.
The purpose of these types of programs (Modern Family, Glee, obligatory "gay couple" in every show you turn on), is to push the left-wing agenda onto the entire country. Hey, it's no big deal, what is YOUR problem.
""For what it's worth, I've always preferred the free market solution - Don't like it? Don't watch it"
That only works when people don't watch it. Modern Family is one of the most popular television shows in the country right now. People like it and that's just not right!!!
Kinda funny. Ed O'Neill is one of the stars on Modern Family. He knows all too well what happens when a single individual embarks on a crusade to bring attention to an offensive program. In the late 1980s, he was starring in a fledgling, little-watched sitcom on the then fledgling, little-watched Fox network. One of the few viewers of O'Neill's show was a housewife named Terry Rakolta. She didn't like what she saw. Didn't like it at all. So she embarked on a public crusade to get this show removed from the air. This little-watched show was Married with Children and Rakolta succeeded in bringing attention to this show. A lot of attention. Suddenly people were watching it to see what the fuss was about. And they kept watching it. And the rest is history."
Oh, I know that formula well. It worked for heavy metal in the 1980s and, soon after, rap music.
I have season one and two on DVD.
It’s actually a funny show. I haven’t seen the other seasons, so if it’s gone downhill, I wouldn’t know.