‘Modern Family’ will air its final episode

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
3:56 | 04/08/20

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Hey, Amy, looking good, lady in pink. I want to start by giving a suggestion. If you're looking for something special to watch we highly recommend something. It's a bittersweet moment for our ABC family. "Modern family" is airing their final episode tonight and, guy, whether you watched all 11 seasons or just caught a few episodes here and there, we are told this final one is sure to make you laugh. Something we could all use and since we are part of the family they were nice enough to send us a first look at the send-off where the dunphys have decided that one of the kids just has to go. Take a look. Alex is the one that has the most education. I shouldn't be penalized for being smart. I'm not running for president. Didn't you apply for college. Yeah, but I never heard back from them. Colleges is rude. Okay, you can figure this out amongst the three of you as you clean up the house. We need a name by the end of the day. It's not going to be me. I can't imagine being apart from my best friend. Nice try, Luke. Oh, man, it's working. Come on. You can see how it all works out tonight as we say good-bye to the brilliant cast and crew. The two-hour series event begins at 8:00 P.M. Eastern and the final episode airs at 9:00 P.M. Right here on ABC. So sad to see them go but I am told that it is not to be missed. So check that out. Also in "Pop news" this morning, I don't know about you guys but I certainly have been chatting a lot online with my friends virtually, zooming, talking to my single friends in particular about what it's like to be dating in the age of the coronavirus and many of them are sort of bummed out about it. Wondering if dating will ever be the same again when we get past the self-quarantining and face masks. Not exactly the easiest time to find the love of your life, right? A dating app called hinge, write it down, is trying to help you out and trying to bridge the gap for singles to connect with digital dating. Here's how it works. You use the app like you normally would a dating app then once you match with someone, the date from home menu will appear and ask both you and the person you matched with if you are ready for a digital date? If you both say yes, the company connects you and you can begin going on virtual cocktail, having a coffee virtually for two and decided incorporate it after a recent survey, did it just recently in recent weeks discovered more than 70% of their users are open to having digital dates so do check that out for a little company if you are looking for that. And then finally, we have proof for you this morning that people are getting very creative in quarantine. Here is an eggcellent example for the use of eggs. Take a look. I want to break free I want to break free I love him. That video had us cracking up, no pun intended, well, okay, pun intended all morning long, had thousands of views including queen's own Brian may posted on Instagram, now, that's what I call a guaranteed smile in a grim world. He deserves a medal and, Brian, we certainly agree. Thank you to the egg man for that. Hope you all are having a good day. That's it for "Pop news." That was eggcellent. Yes. Thank you. Ooh. Made me so happy. I didn't know what to expect when Kelly sent it to me and, wow, that was quite a surprise. A good one. A good surprise.

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