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Phil has a severe case of coulrophobia, which is first revealed when despite Mitchell's objection, Cameron comes to Luke's party dressed as a clown.This may stem from Phil's having found a dead clown in the woods when he was a child.
She is often exhausted from stress created by her family but is still a loving mother.He is also staring at her when she does something that makes Phil think she is sexy.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.She also gets annoyed with her husband, Phil, constantly.Claire is very competitive especially in her obsession of being right, much like her husband, and has a brittle personality that causes her to get angry, paranoid, and freak out easily. She is seen as an experienced parent by Cameron and Mitchell, so she is called upon for her parenting advice. She is also very attached to Halloween and describes it as her "crazy lady holiday".Phil appears to love home repair yet never seems to get around to any of the jobs requested by Claire.
Throughout season 1, his ongoing project is fixing the step.
She has also been nominated twice for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series in 20.
In 2009, Bowen was nominated for the Satellite Award for Best Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy, and then for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries, or Television Film in 2010.
Jay Pritchett (father-in-law) De De Pritchett (mother-in-law) Mitchell Pritchett (brother-in-law) Gloria Pritchett (stepmother-in-law) Manny Delgado (stepbrother-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.
Phil is always reminding Jay of when he fixed his wireless printer, trying to show Jay that he can be manly.