See You Next Fall
"See You Next Fall" is the 23rd episode of the American comedy television series, Modern Family's second season and the 47th episode overall. The episode originally aired on May 18, 2011 on American Broadcasting Company (ABC). The episode was written by Danny Zuker and directed by Modern Family co-creator and executive producer, Steven Levitan. The episode revolves around the family getting prepared for Alex's graduation, while Jay tries to hide a Botox mishap. Cameron feels hurt by Mitchell laughing at his expense and Phil comforts Claire so he can go with his friends to Las Vegas. Also Haley gives Alex advice on her Valedictorian speech. "See You Next Fall" received positive reviews from critics, with many praising the slapstick featured in it as well as the performances of Ty Burrell, Julie Bowen, Sarah Hyland, and Ariel Winter. Many said it felt like the season finale. According to Nielsen Media Research, the episode was viewed by little more than 10 million viewers and received a 4.0 rating/10% share in the 18–49 demographic, marking a 7 percent drop in the ratings from the previous episode, "Good Cop Bad Dog".
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