Part 2: The Dunphy family have a contest to see who can last the longest without using the Internet.
[n] - noun, [v] - verb, [adj] - adjective, [exp] - expression
Directions: Choose the expression that best completes the sentence
The contest was hard.
Even though we had sworn off the Internet, the rest of the world hadn't.
Orlando. Domestic. Representative. Representative! Representative! Representative!
You've got mail.
You don't understand. I was trying to deal with our plane tickets to visit your family.
Please stop. You're just embarrassing yourself.
Well, it looks like it's just you and me, old man.
It's been a while since I read an actual newspaper. Miss that sound. No, no, no, no!
What is it?
Brady's injured. No! He's my whole team. I have to change my roster.
Honey, if you can't do it over the phone, you can't do it. Because we're not buying Haley a car.
Well Well, I'm just gonna go to the bathroom.
Phil Dunphy, don't you even dream of it.
Claire, all my friends are in that league. I'm gonna look like an idiot.
So I paid a huge entrance fee.
Not huge. Tiny. Oh, my goodness. How is she not cracking up there? Listen to her.
Phil, She's alone.
Oh, my God.
I know. You should see her pants. I'll text it to you. Oh, wait. Okay, hold on. I'll send it.
Ha! Ah, ha, ha!
Sophie, I have to call you back.
I knew it! I knew you couldn't do it. I told you I'd outlast them.
What's going on?
I'll tell you what's going on. I win. Nobody gets a car, I dump Tom Brady and our long Amish nightmare is over.
I can't believe you thought you were gonna put one over on us.
I can't believe that he's actually already on the Internet.
Believe it, girl.
So you're actually online right now?
Well, then I hate to break it to you, daddy but you lose.
This isn't my phone. I carved it out of a bar of soap and colored it in with a marker.
Phil, she carved a telephone out of a bar of soap.
I can't believe that I'm getting a car!
Holy crap. We've been Shawshanked.
So, what are you saying?
You're not getting a car.
But I won.
Yes, but we never thought you would.
So congratulations on your victory. Nobody can ever take that away from you.
But I spent two days in my room, talking to a bar of soap. It's not fair.
It's totally not fair.
But we had a deal.
Which, in hindsight, was utter nonsense.