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The working set is complete with fully stocked fridge, drawers packed with utensils, and an array of “little things like that allow our actors to interact with the space, be involved with the set, and not be restricted by a fake [appliances] or anything like that,” explains Bennett. One thing that’s not real — the faux granite countertops. What would viewers be most surprised to learn about the Dunphy kitchen set? “That it’s on a soundstage,” says Kasch. “Honestly I watched the show for three years before I worked on it and I would have thought they were filming on location.”
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'Modern Family': A behind-the-scenes tour of the Dunphys' kitchen
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