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Julie Bowen's performance was praised by Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly who said, "Bowen's Claire could have been a blank blonde cipher.
He is often looking for approval from Jay because Jay generally does not openly show approval of anyone, often causing Phil to fear for his approval in Jay's eyes.
Hank Stuever from the Washington Post wrote, "A standout performance from Ty Burrell's new twist on the doofus-dad stereotype." Robert Canning of IGN in a review of the season loved Ty Burrell's performance of Phil Dunphy and named him one of two characters that stood out to him saying "actor Ty Burrell owned this part, and his well-intended faux pas throughout the season were stellar." In 2010, Ty Burrell received a nomination for the Television Critics Association Award for Individual Achievement in Comedy, winning in 2011.
In 20, Burrell won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, also receiving nominations in 2010, 2012, and 2013.
Jay Pritchett (father-in-law) De De Pritchett (mother-in-law) Mitchell Pritchett (brother-in-law) Gloria Pritchett (step-mother-in-law) Manny Delgado (step-brother-in-law) Joe Pritchett (half-brother-in-law) Cameron Tucker (brother-in-law) Lily Tucker-Pritchett (adoptive niece by marriage) He is seen as very competitive, one example being his nature of always beating his son at basketball.
He has a very juvenile attitude, and is referred to by Claire as the "kid [she's] married to." He uses a parenting method that he calls "peerenting", which is a combination of talking like a peer but acting like a parent.