Modern Family, Season 6

Modern Family, Season 6 Summary

Modern Family, takes a modern and often hilarious look at the complications that come with being a family today. Jay Pritchett, with his younger wife Gloria, her son Manny and new baby, sits as the patriarch of a large blended family that includes his grown daughter Claire, who has three kids of her own with her husband Phil, and a grown son Mitchell, who adopted a daughter from Vietnam with his husband Cameron. These three families are unique unto themselves, and together they give us a window into the sometimes warm, sometimes twisted embrace of the modern family. Modern Family, Season 6 Wiki

Modern Family, Season 6 Synopsis

Cameron isn't ready to conclude his honeymoon with Mitchell after their wedding. Gloria takes Jay to task over his appearance. The Dunphys must ready themselves for the return to school.
Phil, Luke, and Haley cause nothing but aggravation for Alex when they tag along on her tour of Caltech. Jay and Gloria have trouble finding the perfect gifts for their anniversary.
The Dunphys are down with a cold, thanks to Phil. Jay and Gloria try to help Manny deal with playing football, and Cameron doesn't know how much playtime to give him. Mitchell debates with Lily's new friend, Sydney.
Things become tense when the Dunphys temporarily move into a hotel, Gloria is suspicious of Manny's new girlfriend, and Mitchell discovers that he has jinxed Cameron's football team.
The Dunphys try to persuade the perfect couple to move in next door, Manny dates the daughter of Jay's biggest nemesis, and Mitchell and Cameron try to get Lily a new teacher.
Phil takes over Halloween decorating duties from Claire. Jay is upset when he wants to dress up as Prince Charming but Gloria buys him a Shrek costume. Mitchell has a problem in court with the stenographer working in a scary costume.
Haley and Andy start spending a lot of time together. Gloria wants Manny to learn Spanish at school instead of French, and a reporter takes more than a passing interest in Cameron and Mitchell's lives.
Phil and Luke take over Thanksgiving duties but Claire readies an emergency plan. Jay and Gloria get their holiday plans interrupted and regret not telling anyone. Cameron has to think of a way to get Lily to wear a dress for dinner.
Jay and Gloria try to get out of parties they must attend. Mitchell's kind gesture to a co-worker backfires on him, and Phil and Claire think Alex is lying when she tells them she found a boyfriend.
Claire and Gloria hang out with Haley on her 21st birthday. Alex, Luke and Manny babysit Lily and she decides to drop the ‘where do babies come from?’ bomb.
A near miss from a crash has everyone in the car either on edge or adopting a new carpe diem mentality.
The Dunphys learn that neighbor wars are not for the faint of heart.
When Phil thinks Luke is giving him the cold shoulder, Andy becomes Phil's new right-hand man. Joe might be allergic to Stella.
Claire believes that Phil could be more into "Juliana" than her. Gloria's sister pays a visit.
Jay shows Manny how to defend himself whilst Mitch and Cam decide to throw Sal a belated baby shower.
Claire does some online snooping that causes drama with the rest of the family.
When their competitor releases a catchy ad, Claire and Jay race to shoot a commercial of their own.
Claire tackles spring cleaning; Haley tries to distract Alex by taking her to a music festival.
Jay's birthday comes with a number of interesting gifts, including Phil's high-tech outdoor grill, and Claire and Mitchell's offer to pay back some ancient loans—though they don't think he'll actually accept it. Meanwhile, Gloria teaches Manny and Luke a lesson about drinking; and Andy finds himself in an awkward situation when Haley brings her new doctor boyfriend.
Jay agrees to sub in on Cam's bowling team, not knowing it's an all-gay league. Phil and Clair have an unexpectedly nice time with their neighbors. Gloria and Mitch agree to go out with Haley.
Jay and Phil try to stand up for themselves on the home front while Haley attempts it at work.
Alex learns she has to share valedictorian honors with a rival, but the tie could be broken by a 1-mile run for a gym grade neither has completed. Meanwhile, Gloria studies for her U.S. citizenship test, but is distracted by a visit from Javier; and Mitchell and Cameron join a protest against a restaurant where they actually can't wait to dine.
Claire gets a job offer from a big hotel chain, but can't tell if Jay wants her to take it or keep working for him. Meanwhile, Phil, Haley and Luke are more interested in Alex's senior "ditch day" than she is; and Manny is dopey from pain killers after having his wisdom teeth pulled, so Gloria seizes the opportunity to get rid of his new girlfriend.
The sixth season ends with Alex's graduation party at Jay and Gloria's house, but Phil is stuck in Seattle on a business trip, so he uses the latest in technology to be as close as he can get. Meanwhile, Claire worries about Alex's gift, Jay complains that Gloria's cousin has overstayed his welcome, Mitchell keeps the news of his layoff a secret from Cameron, and a visit from Andy's girlfriend turns Haley's world upside down.

Modern Family, Season 6 Trailer

Modern Family, Season 6 Episodes

The honeymoon is over, but the laughs continue in season six of Modern Family. As freshly hitched Cam and Mitch acclimate to the realities of wedded bliss, Phil and Claire find their marriage stressed by annoying neighbors, Thanksgiving dinner gone awry and Claire's online snooping. Meanwhile, a spy-camera drone wreaks havoc in Jay and Gloria's backyard and a close call on the highway leads to amusing changes in various members of the Pritchett-Dunphy clan.

Episode TitleTime
The Long Honeymoon21:16
Do Not Push21:38
The Cold21:36
Marco Polo21:35
Won't You Be Our Neighbor?21:38
Halloween 3: Awesomeland21:33
Queer Eyes, Full Hearts21:38
Three Turkeys21:28
Strangers in the Night21:30
Haley's 21st Birthday20:54
The Day We Almost Died21:30
The Big Guns21:38
Rash Decisions21:34
Valentine's Day 4: Twisted Sister21:38
Fight or Flight21:38
Connection Lost21:35
Closet? You'll Love It!21:37
Spring Break21:38
Grill, Interrupted21:37
Knock 'em Down21:05
Patriot Games21:19
Crying Out Loud21:38
American Skyper21:34
Connection Lost: Behind the Scenes04:10
'Suddenly, Last Summer' Table Read32:36
This summer has been exceptionally blissful in the Dunphy house, Alex is away on a humanitarian trip and the rest of the family is getting along swimmingly, but when Alex comes home, there is an immediate shift in mood. Elsewhere, Mitch and Cam have returned from their honeymoon and Mitch is acclimating to real life much quicker than the still lovey-dovey Cameron. And, Gloria has taken issue with how little effort Jay puts into his appearance and decides to give him a taste of his own medicine.
It’s Jay and Gloria’s anniversary and they can’t seem to get on the same page on what kind of gift to give – sentimental or expensive? And, the Dunphys head to Caltech for Alex’s college tour and while Claire is busy convincing her to choose this school and stay close to home, Phil, Luke and Haley branch off to participate in a psyche experiment.
Phil is putting together Mitch and Cam’s wedding video for a special family screening, but when the footage reveals that he is responsible for a horrible cold that has plagued the family, he must do some creative editing.
The Dunphys move into a cramped hotel room while their house is getting treated for mold and Phil sees this as an opportunity to spend some quality time together but Claire and the kids are less than enthused. Gloria becomes over protective when Manny starts dating an older, popular girl, and Cameron is under a lot of pressure to maintain his team’s winning streak but when he realizes Mitchell may be a jinx, emotions run high.
Phil is selling the house next door and he and Claire are excited by the prospect of having wonderful new neighbors, but that quickly turns into panic when a loud and obnoxious couple come to look at the house. Jay forbids Manny to see his new girlfriend when he realizes she’s the granddaughter of his biggest business rival, leading to a clash of the closet titans. Elsewhere, Mitch and Cam are determined to switch Lily out of Mrs. Plank’s class since she is known to rule with an iron fist – not to mention she scares them too.
Even though Halloween is Claire’s holiday, she allows Phil to take over this year so instead of her usual fright-fest theme, he decides to turn the house into AwesomeLand! Gloria picks out Princess Fiona and Shrek costumes for her and Jay but Jay decides he wants to be Prince Charming complete with a full head of gorgeous hair, and with the hair comes a new sense of confidence. Elsewhere, Cameron gets overwhelmed by the day’s activities and Mitchell has closing arguments for a huge case, and it doesn’t help that the stenographer is dressed like a spider.
Phil and Claire don’t know if they should be happy or concerned that Haley and Andy are spending a lot of time together, however, they soon find things are not what they appear. Gloria is pushing Manny to learn Spanish instead of French so she goes ahead and hires a Spanish tutor, Diego, who also happens to be very handsome, much to Manny and Jay’s chagrin. Meanwhile, Mitch and Cam meet a popular news reporter at a school function and one of them piques her journalistic interest.
Phil is cooking Thanksgiving dinner this year with Luke as his sous chef, and Claire has no confidence in them and prepares a secret turkey of her own as backup. Meanwhile, Jay and Gloria had plans to spend the holiday away but when the trip gets canceled last minute, they decide not to tell anyone which quickly becomes the worst idea ever since the family dinner gets suddenly moved to their house and it turns into a mad scramble to cover their tracks. And, Mitch is tired of always being the bad cop so when Lily refuses to wear a nice dress to dinner, he forces Cameron to deal with it who then comes up with a very unconventional approach.
When Alex tells Phil and Claire she has a boyfriend, they worry they’ve put too much pressure on her and has made up an imaginary boyfriend. Jay and Gloria both have parties that they are dragging the other to and Jay has a clever plan to get himself out of it, but Manny just might spoil everything. Mitch and Cam just got a beautiful white couch delivered but when Mitch is stuck helping out Brenda, a distressed co-worker, and allows her to stay – it is a mishap waiting to happen.
Haley is turning twenty-one and the whole family is taking her to a bar to celebrate! Claire really wants Haley to start seeing her as a friend rather than her uptight mom, Mitch and Cam make the sad realization that they may not be as cool as they thought, and Phil and Jay’s quick pit stop to pick up Haley’s gift, a new car, becomes a disaster. Back at home, Alex, Luke and Manny babysit Lily and she decides to drop the ‘where do babies come from?’ bomb.
While driving out to get breakfast, the Dunphys including Manny have a near death experience causing everyone to reevaluate their lives. Claire resolves to be more fun and less uptight, Haley and Alex agree not to fight anymore, Manny refuses to ever ride in a car again, Luke wants to check off his bucket list, Phil decides to be a take action type of guy and the rest of the family has to bear the brunt of all the new attitudes.
Claire is furious about neighbors Ronnie and Amber’s eye-sore of a boat on their front lawn and it soon becomes an all-out war when Phil calls in the “big guns” as back up -- his dad Frank and all his retired friends to give them a taste of their own medicine. Elsewhere, Jay is trying to potty train Joe but Gloria does not think he’s ready yet, and Cam secretly takes Lily to clown school behind Mitchell’s back.
Phil is starting to feel the teenage cold shoulder from Luke, and with Andy hanging around a lot recently as his apprentice, he easily steps in as his new right hand man. Meanwhile, Gloria and the doctors suspect that Joe might be allergic to Stella which leaves Jay in a very tough predicament, and Mitchell is doing some freelance legal work at Jay’s closet company and working with Claire becomes a very enlightening experience for the both of them.
Valentine’s Day is here again which means “Juliana” and “Clive” are back, however, things get worrisome when Claire starts sensing Phil may be more into Juliana than her! Elsewhere, Jay goes from feeling disappointed to scared when Gloria’s visiting sister, Sonia, becomes a larger deterrence for a romantic evening with Gloria than he thought. And, Mitchell and Cameron get themselves in a very precarious situation with their good friend Anders.
After a long reunion weekend with Phil’s old cheer buddies, Claire jumps at the chance to snag the only first class seat left on the return flight home leaving Phil in coach and both have completely opposite experiences. Meanwhile, Gloria forces Jay to teach Manny how to defend himself against a bully in his cooking class, but when things backfire it seems that the real bully might be someone else. Mitch, Cameron, Pepper and the whole gang throw Sal a belated baby shower and they are all blown away by how motherhood has changed her, or has it really?
Claire’s computer becomes the hub of all the family’s activities when she gets stuck at the airport and is desperate to reach Haley after a big fight. After FaceTiming with Phil and the rest of the family to help track her down, Claire quickly turns to online snooping which inevitably becomes disturbing real quick and everyone gets sucked into the online drama.
Jay and Claire scramble to shoot a Pritchett Closets commercial in response to their competitor’s new and catchy ad, but there might be some creative differences between father and daughter. A peeping-Tom in the neighborhood keeps using a drone to spy on Gloria sun-bathing so Phil, Luke and Manny make it their mission to take it down. Elsewhere, a tone deaf Lily prepares to perform in her school talent show and Cameron is more worried about it than she is, and Haley’s feelings for Andy become even more complicated when he gets rushed to the hospital with appendicitis.
Spring break has Claire doing some spring cleaning, while Phil struggles with not being a spring chicken when Luke starts outperforming him at seemingly everything. Haley takes Alex to a music festival to take her mind off of colleges, and Gloria and Jay challenge one another to give up Spanish soap operas and cigars respectively. However, when Gloria accompanies Cameron to his faculty talent show, she projects the soapy drama she craves onto Cam’s rivalry with Senor Kaplan, and Jay tags along with Mitchell to pick up Lily from camp so he can sneak a smoke.
Jay’s birthday brings everyone together and Phil is beside himself over the super cool gift he got Jay, a high-tech outdoor grill. Claire and Mitch decide they will “offer” to pay back the money Jay loaned them ages ago as their gift not really thinking he will take them up on it, and Gloria teaches Manny and Luke a lesson about drinking, while Andy gets real awkward with Haley when she brings over her new doctor boyfriend.
Jay agrees to sub in on Cam’s bowling team for the finals but Cam was not fully upfront about it being an all gay league, which puts Jay in a precarious position. Phil and Claire have a surprisingly good time with unlikely dinner companions, their neighbors Ronnie and Amber, and Gloria and Mitch agree to go clubbing with Haley to prove they’re still young and fun but they didn’t anticipate the pre-party portion of the night.
Phil and Jay run an errand together to pick up Lily’s hand me down princess castle for Joe, both though are in a mood because Phil is upset that Claire won’t let him buy a videogame console, and Jay thinks Gloria is letting Joe play with too many girlie items. Mitch and Cam babysit Joe and both get the itch for another baby — that is until Joe presents to be quite the handful! Meanwhile, Gloria tries to help Haley stand up for herself at work, and Claire tries to bribe Luke’s principal to give him one of the student awards this year.
Alex’s worst nightmare is realized when she gets news that she has to share the Valedictorian title with her number one competitor, Sunjay! Both sets of parents get equally caught up in the rivalry and convince Principal Brown to let them break the tie via a gym grade they both have not completed – a one mile run. Elsewhere, Gloria is studying for her upcoming U.S. citizenship test and a visit from Javier throws her off her game, and Mitch and Cam blindly agree to join a protest against a local restaurant that they are actually secretly excited about.
The family is determined to make Alex celebrate her senior ditch day and Phil, Luke and Haley forcefully take her out but end up at an unexpected detour. Claire is torn when she gets a job offer from a big hotel chain but feeling torn quickly gets replaced with feelings of confusion when she can’t tell whether or not Jay really cares if she stays or goes. And with Manny groggy off of pain killers from his wisdom teeth procedure, Gloria seizes the moment to put a sabotage plan into effect to break Manny and his new girlfriend up.
The whole family is at Jay & Gloria’s for Alex’s graduation party, except for Phil, who ingeniously figured out a way to be there via skype and a robotic vessel after being unexpectedly detained in Seattle on a business trip. During the celebration, Jay frets about Gloria’s cousin who has overstayed his welcome, Claire stresses out about giving Alex the perfect gift, Mitch hides news of being laid off from Cam and Andy’s girlfriend, Beth, is in town stirring up a whole lot tension with Haley which finally leads to a realization that may have come too late.
Modern Family just got a little more modern with the most innovative and revolutionary episode yet, “Connection Lost,” shot only using Apple devices. In this iTunes-exclusive see how it all came together as Steve Levitan, creator, writer and director, takes you behind the scenes and onto the set of Modern Family.
Join the cast for a hilarious table read of the Season 5 premiere followed by a Q&A panel featuring the main cast and writers.

Modern Family, Season 6 Comments & Critics

Modern Family, Season 6 Reviews

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- Spectacular!5 star

Funny, cute, and just plain magical!

- Best show5 star

Best show of all time!!! Make sure to watch all the seasons

- season 71 star

Do NOT bother with the season pass for season 7. Read the reviews. Those of us who did buy passes are regretting it. It is Nov. 25 and we are all still waiting for the 11/18 episode. Meanwhile those who took their business to Amazon have been enjoying their episodes on time. iTunes has been telling people to contact ABC. We wouldn’t be so put out if we didn’t love the show so much. What a disservice to loyal fans.

- Too awful to be true1 star

Modern family has totally lost its touch. The characters are mean spririted, pathetic, and the adults keep getting more exasperating while the kids get more inconisderate. The show's humor makes viewers get a bad opinion of what modern suburbia culture is like, and Lily is such a bad actor. Honestly, the show has become an obnoxious pain.

- Modern family5 star

Modern family is the best tv show. If u haven't seen it, you must.

- 😍5 star

I need the next season.

- i love it!5 star

Modern family is a part of my life

- Amazing👍5 star

This show is one of my favorite shows of all time even though I am pretty young it's been one of my favorites for as long as I can remember

- “Connection Lost” episode is Emmy winning material5 star

Bravo to Modern Family, you have really outdone yourselves with the latest episode in S6, “Connection Lost”. Filmed by iPhones and shown through the screen of a Mac, this is a new height. I enjoyed it so much that I’ll have to watch it again, and I never do that with a TV show. Really pushing the boundaries and doing something new in a brave and exciting way.

- Great episode!3 star

Never watched this show until the episode “Connection Lost”. Other than showcasing some amazing Apple technology, I doubt I’d ever watch it again for it’s annoying content!

- Communication Lost-Genius5 star

This only applies to this episode, because I haven’t seen the others. All Mac, very funny, I’m a mom, in tears.

- awesome tv show5 star

very very very great tv shows

- Based on the reviews...5 star

I haven't seen the new season yet but based on the reviews I'm going to say it's good. I have seen the other seasons and I like them!

- Loving it5 star

This is still my number one💁

- Modern Family Rocks5 star

Although I liked Luke and Manny better when they were younger, this season is great! Lily is brattier than ever. It’s still great, but the earlier sessions just clicked with me more, but don’t get me wrong I love this show!

- om..! $20 for a season pass?!5 star

$20!!!! Why can’t they do this every year!

- mdf5 star

love the show! but way too expensive :/ try lowering it to like 27.99

- Good show, bad stereotypes4 star

I really love this show, but as a gay person I find the Mitch and Cam characters deeply offensive stereotypes.

- Very funny5 star

I think it is very funny

- Not so great?3 star

I’m afraid this season isn’t quite measuring up to previous seasons. I’ve been disappointed in the last three episodes. :-(

- Father & sons: Griffi Arts for paint for hair to down to feeto5 star

Hopefully it'll be amazing job after done with them so

- BEST SHOW!!5 star

Love it, I don't mind paying $50 for a quality of fun time..

- My favorite!!5 star

I love this show so much! Whenever Im just bored this show always lightens me up! It's hilarious! Too pricey tho.

- Still the best comedy on tv5 star

Loving season 6 so far. Each of the cast members are getting good screen time, the jokes are well timed as always, and the writing has still not slipped. By a good margin still the best comedy on television in my opinion. I do agree that there should be a bit more of a discount for the season pass however.

- this show is so funny5 star

best show ever dont listen to the h8ters👍

- Ratings have dropped1 star

This show used to be very funny and relatable, but has no turned into a show used just to make a laugh here and there. It's also way too expensive.

- ^_^ yay!!5 star

Oh my god yaaassss! Yas yas yass! Love it! They're bringing the fun back.

- Glad it's back4 star

I love the show and yes I will give you my money , but no discount pass??

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Haynasty94 - LOVING IT5 star


gdglen - i love it and live it5 star

;ove u all

gelbaindouche - always good5 star

This show is really good but sometimes it’s even better than that. Episode “2” is a good example of the latter.

Fun fun FUN!¡ - Really funny5 star

Really good;)

Bunny love🐰 - Show3 star

I love this show you sode get this its the best

Goosey6667 - Love5 star

I love the show but what made me mad was that you ended on a cliff hanger!!!! It is really annoying. When will season 7 come out?

_modernfamily_ - Best show!5 star

Gets better every season!! Hopefully there is a season 7 :)

James Blatch - How can we complain officially?1 star

If we don't find an email address or some way to formally complain to the department in Apple which is responsible for this it will never change. I'm not a techy guy so I don't know how to do it but if someone is good at getting around the web could you please post up how we can complain effectively and have it make a difference? I think this has more to do with petty Australian TV stations cutting shifty "screw the customer" deals than Apple not physically having the episodes to release to us. How many of us have to complain before the system changes? Our act of rebellion is simple : illegal downloading of the show. Now thanks to Apple and Channel 10 the artists, users and everyone in between suffers. Never again.

MickyG-101 - Brilliant show, but where are the episodes?5 star

Episode 9 aired in the US in early December but still isn’t available here in mid-March, not to mention the 8 following episodes. What is the point of spending such an exorbitant amount on a season pass if you can’t even watch the show within a reasonable period of it being released? Is it any wonder so many people download illegally?

TashTurtle - Unacceptable!1 star

It is completely unacceptable that Apple has sold the season pass of this show without having the rights to the season themselves (which is the only reason that I can see as to why I can only download 8 episodes when a lot more have aired)! I have paid for a full season and will not be purchasing season passes again for currently airing shows from iTunes if there is no guarantee that I will receive the product I have paid for. I am astounded that at least partial refunds have not been offered! Unacceptable!

Thepontess - I want my money back1 star

I paid for a season I am clearly not going to receive. I want a refund for the unreleased episodes. Contact me.

Splatza - Criminal Release Pattern3 star

In my oponion, Apple TV must publish the expected release date for programs, and not - in effect - take our money and then not release new episodes because of some stupid regional TV arrangement with backward desperate TV channels like Channel 10. I actually believe they may be breaking consumer law, since they take money and never give you what you paid for in a reasonable and timely manner.


Not happy at all, hasn't been a new episode for months. Apple, fix this.

bigburf - Great work keeping the season up to date1 star

5 months no new episodes. Hopeless.

ModernFamily15 - Completely unfair1 star

I love Modern Family it has to be my favourite television show but I bought a season pass and Apple has been holding back all the episodes!! This is completely unfair and they need to do something about this! I hope there's a way I can put in a formal complaint :(

Sltreth - Where are the latest episodes?1 star

Absolutely pointless to purchase season pass when iTunes is months behind. Brilliant show- the star rating simply reflects my frustration not being able to get the latest episode.

Aussiefitchick - Extremely Dissapointed!!!1 star

Extremely disappointed!!!!!! I purchased the season pass ages ago, and since episode 8, ( months ago) there have been no further episodes available in iTunes!!!! I feel ripped off!!!! Please, please, PLEASE fix this APPLE!!!! Not happy!!!!!

Matt 7373 - Season Pass1 star

This is the last time I bother buying a season pass on iTunes. So sick of paying $50 for a season and then only getting 6 episodes. How is this legal - it has been 6months!?

Matthewcashew - Amazing!!!5 star

One of the most funniest to shows in line with the Big Bang theory. My new favourite episode is the connection lost because it shows how creative the producers can be. Keep it up!!!

notkeenonfalseadvertising - Latest episode?get reall4 star

The show is great but itune should not be advertising these 8as the latest episodes. It should say the only episodes we have. poor form

Fleurdesel - Where is the rest of the season ?2 star

I bought the season pass, and iTunes didn’t add the newest episodes ! unacceptable !!!

Tfbvthd - Love modern family5 star

I love modern family and have every episode up to s6 e8. But we're are the newer episodes?

MdrnFmly14 - Great Show5 star

It’s a fantastic show, I just wish you could download the latest episodes. What is the incentive for purchasing a season pass and downloading TV shows legally/legitimately? Absolutely none! Shame.

Boobird18 - Why can’t you download?3 star

Because Channel 10 own the rights and unless they release it to iTunes, it will remain ‘not available’. Also- we are now in a 'non ratings’ period in Australia, so the television stations with-hold all their popular programs. It is frustrating and rude and SO out of date, Rally the tv studios for it to change.

Maka0204 - modern family5 star

i love modern family! season 6 is my favourite

Sarahgonecrazy - I love modern family it is so much fun my fav actor is Philip5 star

I lovvvvvvvveeeeeee modern family

Kerrinny54 - Usually great2 star

Why can't I download episode 6????....I have bought a season pass!!!!!!

LLove25 - falling off my chair5 star

Love this show

V3rockky - Number 1 Fan5 star

Every season has gotten slightly better so far which is a surprise for any TV Series so going by that Season 6 is gonna be brilliant. We hope!

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