Mr. Pritchett was the father of Jay Pritchett, Donnie Pritchett and Becky Pritchett, the father-in-law of Gloria Pritchett and ex-father-in-law of DeDe Pritchett, as well as the paternal grandfather of Claire Dunphy, Mitchell Pritchett and Joe Pritchett.
From everything that is mentioned about him, it appears that Jay didn't have a very close relationship with his father.
- "The Kiss" (fake mentioned only)
- "Manny Get Your Gun" (fake mentioned only)
- "Dance Dance Revelation" (fake mentioned only)
- "After the Fire" (fake mentioned only)
- "Bad Hair Day" (fake mentioned only)
- "The Old Man & the Tree" (fake mentioned only)
- "And One to Grow On" (pictured; could be Lucas Williams though)
- "The Feud" (fake mentioned only)
- "Spring-a-Ding-Fling" (fake mentioned only)
- "Other People's Children" (fake mentioned only)
- "Patriot Games" (fake mentioned only)
- "The Escape (fake mentioned only)
- " [[Bringing Up Baby(first appeared)
- Mr. Pritchett faked his death at the age of 63, as mentioned in "Hawaii".
- In "Patriot Games", Jay mentions that his father fought for the country (U.S.), thus indicating that he had fought in the war.
- On the 25th anniversary day of his fake death, his grandson Mitchell got married.
- Growing up, Jay did not recieve as much emotional support from him as he would have liked which may have been a contributing factor on to why Jay is a cold person often.
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