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Phil & Cam follow Their Hip-Hop competencies (together with a 'Booty Drop') in up to date household Sneak Peek

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contemporary household is providing brother-in-legislation bonding and a lot of (hilarious) dancing.
On Wednesday's episode of the ABC comedy, Cam (Eric Stonestreet) and Phil (Ty Burrell) take a hip-hop dance category with their spouses Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and Claire (Julie Bowen). but what's supposed to be an enjoyable sweat sesh rapidly turns right into a quest to master the art of hip-hop.
"Cam, Mitch, Claire and i signed up for a hip-hop class. We knew it was legit after they requested us to graffiti our names on the sign-up wall," Phil says in americans's exclusive sneak peek at the episode.
The clip cuts to the foursome in category with their hip-hop dance teacher (visitor megastar Stephen "tWitch" Boss), who proceeds to provide Cam and Phil the praise of all compliments on the wrap of the category.
"hiya man, you two have been hitting it hard out there. i used to be really believing your actions," the instructor says.
"Are you saying we brought it?" asks Phil.
"I'm announcing you all crushed it," the dance seasoned responds. "keep on."
Visibly greatly surprised, the pair is bowled over via the praise — and perhaps reads into it just a little too much.
"Did you hear that," Phil says to Cam, who responds: "You imply when our dance teacher instructed us we were in reality road dance superstars?"
Phil additionally points out how they have been singled out and their spouses weren't mentioned. "He didn't even point out Mitch or Claire," says Phil. "It's like he's asserting they're retaining us back."
The solution? "We deserve to shed our lifeless weight spouses," Cam suggests.
WATCH: modern household Sneak Peek: Cam & Phil Dance
however doesn't stop there — the pair proceeds to takes the praise one step additional and decides to choreograph a hip-hop hobbies collectively (which contains a "booty drop" and "chest pump") beneath the moonlit sky, carrying full hip-hop garb.
"It's weird but I'm apprehensive," Phil admits while taking a wreck from dancing.
"i'm too," says Cam. "but you recognize what, we just ought to relax and be aware we're simply a couple guys dancing."
up to date household airs Wednesdays (9 p.m. ET) on ABC.


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