In the episode airing Wednesday, Claire (Julie Bowen) takes Manny (Rico Rodriguez) and Luke (Nolan Gould) to Alex's (Ariel Winter) academic decathlon for the weekend, while Phil (Burrell) attempts to throw together a boys’ night at the house, inviting a fellow Bulldog alum (Broderick) he just met, who is gay.
Broderick said about his character, "I just play a friend [Burrell] meets at the gym and then there's a misunderstanding when we get to his house.”
Matthew Broderick appears in a humorous Honda commercial which looks very familiar. In the ad, Broderick wants a day off, just like his character, Ferris Bueller, from the 1986 comedy, "Ferris Bueller's Day Off."
The commercial, scheduled to air during this year's Super Bowl, leaked online Monday, and Honda was forced to release the full version on YouTube a week early.
Matthew Broderick is set to reprise his role as the beloved truant Ferris Bueller in a Super Bowl ad this year. Broderick starred in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" 26 years ago!
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Ex-police Chief Barry Carpenter has been sentenced to two years and eight months in prison after allegedly breaking into the home of the woman who carried twins for Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick.
According to the Associated Press, Carpenter was convicted on charges of receiving stolen property, theft in office and evidence tampering. Carpenter's lawyer has said they will appeal the court's decision.
Carpenter resigned from the police force two weeks ago. He and police Chief Chad Dojack were accused of conspiring to steal from the surrogate mother's home and sell her things to the paparazzi.
Parker and Broderick's surrogate mother gave birth to their twins in June.
Carpenter's alleged co-conspirator, Dojack, will face a judge next month.
A police chief was convicted of three felonies for breaking into the home of a woman who was carrying surrogate twins for Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick, the Associated Press reports.
A jury found the Martins Ferry, Ohio cop, Barry Carpenter, guilty of receiving stolen property, theft in office and tampering with evidence. He was acquitted on charges of burglary and unauthorized use of property or services.
Prosecutors allege that Carpenter and a police chief from a neighboring town broke into surrogate mom Michelle Ross' home in May and tried to sell items related to her pregnancy to paparazzi.
Carpenter claimed he only went into the home because the door was open, and he wanted to check it out.
Sarah Jessica Parker and hubby Matthew Broderick are going to be parents again!
The couple just announced that they are expecting twin daughters this summer, who will be born via a surrogate mother. AP reports that the couple is "overjoyed" to welcome their girls.
Matthew, 47, and SJP, 44, have one son together -- James Wilkie.