What to Watch on Wednesday: ‘Modern Family’ finally goes down on the farm

11/20/2013 6:00 AM

11/19/2013 4:07 PM

Modern Family (9pm, ABC) - I can’t believe it has taken five seasons for this to happen, but Cameron finally takes Mitchell and Lily to visit his family’s farm for the first time. Meanwhile, Jay meets some old colleagues when Claire urges him to go to a closet convention, while Phil and Gloria and the kids have a little fun with Jay’s Apollo 13 model (that won’t end well).

Also on . . .

Revolution (8pm, NBC) - Rachel’s relationship with Gene remains strained. Also, Charlie demonstrates her maturity and NEville gives Jason a determined proclamation.

Nova: Asteroid -- Doomsday or Payday? (9pm, UNC-TV) - The dichotomy that surrounds asteroids is examined. On one hand, a large asteroid could end life on Earth. On the other hand, however, some asteroids could provide a massive payday for intrepid entrepreneurs, as they contain billions of dollars with of such elements as iron, nickel and even platinum. Note: Another “ Nova“ episode airs at 8 p.m. -- that one weather observation planes that skirt the earth-space boundary zone. “ Comet Encounter,” a documentary about the comet ISON, airs at 10.

American Horror Story: Coven (10pm, FX) - Queenie develops doubts about LaLaurie, while Fiona becomes involved in a dangerous love affair.

Top Chef (10pm, Bravo) - The chefs must whip up a hot sauce for musician Dr. John. Then, the focus is on pork when they cook up a 300-pound hog.

CSI (10pm, CBS) - The CSIs investigate the stabbing deaths of a couple found in a local motel. The murders are reminiscent of two other homicides that occurred in the same room.

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