Modern Men offers a fresh male perspective on modern relationships. Tim Clarke, Kyle Brewster, and Doug Reynolds are childhood friends who, now in their late twenties, have arrived at different places in their lives when it comes to women. Desperate for advice and guidance in matters of the heart, they seek the help of Dr. Victoria Stangel, a renowned and beautiful life coach. The problems these three friends have with women are all over the emotional map. Doug can't move on from Allie, his high school sweetheart and ex-wife. Learning how to date again is especially tough for Doug since the last time he was single and looking was when he was 15. Kyle has the opposite problem. An inveterate Lothario, Kyle cavalierly jumps from woman to woman in order to hide the fact that, secretly, he's terrified that no one out there pictures him as the one.
Runtime: 30 minutes
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“Best Men” is the 17th episode of the fourth season of the American sitcom Modern Family, and the series' 89th episode overall. It aired February 27, 2013. The episode was written by Dan O'Shannon & Abraham Higginbotham based on a story by O'Shannon, Higginbotham and Bianca Douglas. It was directed by Steven Levitan.
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In its original American broadcast, “Best Men” was watched by 10.53 million; down 0.09 from the previous episode.
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