Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Sofia Vergara dresses as Wonder Woman for secret Modern Family project

Sofia Vergara transformed into comic book heroine Wonder Woman in a batch of photos she posted to social media.

“Secret proyect,” she wrote in one of the captions as a reference to her Modern Family character, Gloria. Though she didn’t reveal any further details, perhaps this project is the show’s annual Halloween episode.

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Modern Family finale recap: 'Double Click'

The best thing to do every now and then is to take a deep breath, take a step back, and take it all in — something everyone eventually realized in this season finale (yup, it’s the finale already!). Over on the Dunphy side of things, Phil managed to have the difficult conversation with Luke about having girls sleep over only after trying to deny it and focus instead on practicing for family camp, Haley struggled to tell Andy she wants him to pursue his dream job but realized she has to let him go, and Alex wanted an epic homecoming but eventually cooled down.

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Modern Family recap: 'Crazy Train'

All aboard the Shenanigans Express! This week, the family takes the train to DeDe’s (a fabulous Shelley Long, back for a quick FaceTime session) wedding, but naturally, high jinks ensue when a) Phil and Cam run into their favorite author, b) Jay lets slip to DeDe’s future son-in-law that DeDe could get a bit, well, off-the-rails, c) Mitch tells Claire DeDe wanted him to write a toast instead of her, d) Alex meets a suitor, and e) Haley becomes the instigator of chaos for pretty much everyone. And that just about covers everything! Which means it’s time for…

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Modern Family recap: 'Promposal'

It’s prom season — and love is supposed to be in the air. Luke approaches Uncle Mitch for advice with his promposal, but Uncle Cam wants a bit of the spotlight, too, resulting in both uncles wrestling with promposal predicaments once they’re at school and trying to set everything up. Elsewhere around the neighborhood, Gloria has discovered that sauce rival Auntie Alice has stolen her recipe — and she and Phil won’t be tough lovin’ it to the thief.

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Jesse Tyler Ferguson's foodie alter-egos in Fully Committed: See the photo

In his one-man show Fully Committed, Jesse Tyler Ferguson contains multitudes — 40 of them, to be exact. The play, about an overworked reservationist at a swanky Manhattan restaurant, has the Modern Family star serving up a feast of colorful characters, including histrionic celebrity customers and exhausted waitstaff. “It’s really fun to act up and play people who are kind of awful,” Ferguson says. “Bad behavior is timeless.”

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Fully Committed starring Jesse Tyler Ferguson:
EW stage review

No prime-time sitcom star returns to the theater more faithfully than Jesse Tyler Ferguson. If it’s hiatus season, the genial actor — who’s been playing straitlaced gay lawyer Mitchell on ABC’s Modern Family for seven seasons — can often be found spouting Shakespeare in New York City’s open-air Delacorte Theater, serving up an impressive range of shrewd servants, drunken jesters, and long-lost nearly identical twins. Now, he’s taken his act indoors, to Broadway, with Becky Mode’s 1999 restaurant-biz send-up, Fully Committed.

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