Claire's request to build a "She Shed" in their backyard is denied by the homeowners association and only Luke and Phil know the real reason why. Meanwhile Pameron lets Cam in on a family secret that forces him to visit Mitch's therapist to work through this new information.
Phil and Luke learn that the homeowners association refuses to let Claire build a shed in the garden. But little does she knows is that they actually are the true responsible of that as the association no longers send letters but rather mails them regarding their decisions. The reason is that Phil and Luke wanted a battling cage in the garden.
Joe practices golf for the first time but both Jay and Gloria pressure him and Manny is on the other side benched as well for his childish antics.
And, Mitchell learns from Pam a familial secret that forces Cam to see his therapist. Mitchell is very shocked when he sees that his therapist treats Cam better than him.
(The characters striked out do not appear in this episode)
- Jay Pritchett
- Gloria Pritchett
- Manny Delgado
- Joe Pritchett
- Claire Dunphy
- Phil Dunphy
- Alex Dunphy
- Luke Dunphy
- Mitchell Pritchett
- Cameron Tucker
- Lily Tucker-Pritchett
- Dana Powell as Pam Tucker
- Cathy Ladman as Dr. Green
- Rob Nagle as Bill
- Jill Alexander as Lisa
- Yanellie Ireland as Violet
- Nayah Damasen as Melanie
- Morgan Peter Brown as Craig
- Mike Trehy as Brady
- Saratoga Ballantine as Sheila
- Michael Mourra as Golfing Kid
- Haley does not appear in this episode.
- Gloria's maiden name is revealed to be 'Ramirez' in this episode
- We learn that Haley was an extremely "mean girl" at 12
- Manny references Tonya Harding.
- The "she-shed", a female equivalent of the "man cave", first became a trend in April 2015.
- Cam and Pam ate Tuna Helper for breakfast.
- Cam's father's mistress reminded him of The Bionic Woman
- Phil mentions the Oscar Mayer Weinermobile.
- The A.V. Club gave it a "B", noting that "As Modern Family ages and relies more and more on comedic situations where, quite frankly, the characters aren’t particularly good to each other, or are sometimes outright irritating, patience with the show and one’s enjoyment of it will vary from person to person."