A Vulture investigation!
In the season finale, Jay gets a year older.
Physical comedy gets a showcase.
Claire and Phil switch parenting roles, and there’s a puppy.
It’s Mother’s Day.
Mitch and Cam decide who gets Lily, and Claire and Phil lose Luke.
A musical goes horribly awry, but not without some fun lyrics.
This week, everyone learns to try new things.
“We don’t want our bodies in these drawers where God cannot find us.”
Beware the psychological dangers of the wedge salad.
“Whoa, you came here in a limo? Are you rich?”
“This weekend I can’t wait to go see the baby pandas at the thoo.”
Claire and Phil learn to lock their door, while Cameron learns not to prematurely spill his juice.
She spent months taking over 2,500 shots of the band while they recorded their new album. She explains them to Vulture.
“It’s an obsessive-compulsive thing, I’ve read like a hundred articles about it.”
“Bullets! A laser! A laser-falcon!”
How many great episodes does it take to make up for a wobbly beginning to a second season? Three, apparently.
“Show me on Lily’s doll where my mother touched you.”
“You’d think growing up in a place full of death squads and drunken uncles, she’d learn to move a little faster.”
“Beep beep, you’re not a man!”