What Matthew Gilbert says: "Some of the best comedies dont really have a big concept. Theyre just a bunch of decent people thrown together doing funny things created by writers who have a handle on human nature. A show such as 'Modern Family' is the perfect example. Its about family bonds and particular personalities, nothing more than that, and its as wise as it is funny. Foxs 'Ben and Kate' is also a single-camera comedy built around family, the flow of ordinary life, and a handful of sympathetic characters."