In tonight’s episode, “Closet? You’ll Love It!” Jay (Ed O’Neill) and Claire (Julie Bowen) scramble to shoot a Pritchett Closets commercial in response to their competitor’s new and catchy ad, but there might be some creative differences between father and daughter.
A peeping-Tom in the neighborhood keeps using a drone to spy on Gloria sun-bathing so Phil (Ty Burrell), Luke and Manny make it their mission to take it down.
Elsewhere, a tone deaf Lily (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons) prepares to perform in her school talent show and Cameron (Eric Stonestreet) is more worried about it than she is, and Haley’s (Sarah Hyland) feelings for Andy (Adam DeVine) become even more complicated when he gets rushed to the hospital with appendicitis
“Closet? You’ll Love It!” airs Wednesday, March 4th @ 9PM ET/PT on ABC. 10+ pics inside…
In “Parental Guidance”, Joe (Joey Lawrence) is shocked to learn that Dani (Jada Facer) snuck friends in to the house, drank wine and then lied about it and he’s forced to call Felicia (Brooke Burke-Charvet), who insists Dani return home to her immediately.
Meanwhile, Mel is less than thrilled over Lennox’s infatuation with her professor, who’s proving to be a formidable rival for Lennox’s attention.
“Parental Guidance” airs TONIGHT, Wednesday, March 4th @ 8PM ET/PT on ABC Family. 10+ pics inside…
Fashion Police correspondent Giuliana Rancic reportedly said more about Zendaya‘s hair then what originally aired on Fashion Police.
In the full clip, viewed by People, the 40-year-old Fashion Police correspondent started out her critique of Zendaya by saying her hair looked “really heavy – it overwhelms her, and it’s just too boho.” She then reportedly made a peace sign symbol, before saying, “Zendaya is more high-fashion. The hair to me on her is making her a little more boho. Like I feel like she smells like patchouli oil. Or weed.”
Debby Ryan is using her voice and star power for more good again, this time with Mary Kay and their Don’t Look Away program.
Don’t Look Away is the company’s initiative which brings awareness to dating violence, an epidemic that impacts one in three young people today.
Debby will be traveling across the country to help educate teens and young adults on healthy relationships, how to recognize the signs of dating abuse and raise awareness of support services.
JJJ caught up with Debby, 22, about the program and found out just why it’s super important to be a part of. Check it:
JJJ: Why have you partnered up with Mary Kay for Don’t Look Away
Debby Ryan: I personally know and have heard about how alone you feel when you’re a part of a bad relationship and how unfortunate it really is, especially when you’re silent about it. I believe in Mary Kay and the program where it teaches that every one deserves a safe and healthy relationship, which makes you stronger and better, which makes you the best version of yourself and feel loved and taken care of and empowered. I just want everyone to know about the women’s side of a healthy relationship.
JJJ: Tell us more about the program
DR: What’s cool about this program is that not only does it have shelter programs, education and prevention efforts, but they also power the nations’s first and only text for help service. This is my favorite part of the program where hundreds of young people can text questions, urgency and more.
Debby Ryan: Mary Kay Don’t Look Away Dating Abuse Prevention Campaign
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