See the first photos from the 'Modern Family' finale on Apr. 8.
Why the face? Because the Modern era of Family time has drawn to a close. Saying goodbye after 11 seasons, 250 episodes, and 22 Emmys (including five consecutive Outstanding Comedy Series trophies, tying Frasier’s record) was no easy feat for the producers and cast; ask them to describe the vibe while finishing the one-hour farewell that airs April 8 at 9 p.m. on ABC, and analogies flow like the tears did. “It’s kind of like when you’re a kid and your best friend moves away — only it’s 100 best friends,” quips co-creator Christopher Lloyd. Sums up Ty Burrell, who won two Emmys as aspiring cool dad Phil: “It was like a beautiful torture. It was like being at a wedding and a funeral at the same time.”
JipseeCat: DeSantis overruled local authorities who shut down churches stating that places of worship are an "essential function" even though congregation numbers don't conform to social distancing guidelines. A "gino" who puts evangelicals over the lives of all Floridians is a glaring reason why clearly defined "stay at home" guidelines and details are needed on the federal level. DeSantis just increased the spread with this religious declaration.