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Series 4 - Episode 20
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If there is a vague theme tonight, it’s competitiveness. Gloria’s Colombian first husband visits with a new girlfriend. Usually he brings bimbos, but this one runs the art department at Christies and turns up for lunch with an ’82 Bordeaux. She also gets on far too well with Manny, as an ill-fated game of charades demonstrates.
The main action, though, is at the house that Claire and Cam have done up — and which Mitch is convinced will be a financial disaster. To sell it, Phil must go into battle with a brilliantly horrible estate-agent rival called Gil Thorpe. “Oh Dunphy, I can play you like a ukulele,” crows Gil, but the Dunphys have a plan, courtesy of good old Luke.
Claire and Cam try to sell the house they bought, but when the estate agent's negotiations fall through, they are forced to woo a potential buyer and seal the deal themselves. Tensions bubble over at the Pritchetts' when Javier drops by with his new girlfriend, with Gloria taking an immediate dislike to her ex's latest flame - especially when the woman strikes up a bond with Manny.
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Jesse Tyler Ferguson
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