After the premiere episode of season 6 with less romance and forced jokes, the viewers might think that "Modern Family" would lie low for a while. But the audience could be proved wrong with the second episode of the new season of American sitcom.
The popular comedy series on ABC will be back on 1 October with an episode that amps up the curiosity of the fans as the show will take up some juicy twists and turns.
In the last episode, Mitchell Pritchett (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) was tired of the lovey-dovey honeymoon and Cameron Tucker (Eric Stonestreet) was worried that their relationship will lose the romance. But the plot line suddenly takes a back-seat with the entry of Lily (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons) in the next episode of the American sitcom.
In "Modern Family" season 6 episode 2 titled "Do Not Push", Lily will not cooperate with Mitch and Cam when they try to take a family portrait, as per spoilers by The Futon Critic.
On the other hand, the Dunphy's will be busy solving an internal crisis as they prepare themselves for Alex's (Ariel Winter) college tour at Caltech. However, the tour will be a physiologically and emotionally charged experience for the family, reports Spoilers Guide.
Meanwhile, Claire (Julie Bowen) will try to convince Alex to stay close to home but Alex will not be very excited about her college.
Apart from all this alluring plots, a bit of romance will also be shown between Phil Dunphy (Ty Burrell) and Gloria (Sofía Vergara) as the two are preparing for their wedding anniversary.
The official synopsis of "Modern Family" season 6 episode 2 reads, "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. Mitch and Cam are taking a new family portrait with Lily to replace the old one above their mantel, but Lily gives some serious face."
However, the fans of "Modern Family" will have to watch a few more episodes to find out whether the comedy drama can hold its own groundbreaking records with the new season.