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After being confronted by Phil, she makes it her mission to get one for the rest of the day.
Phil decides to go to the batting cages to cool off and mistakenly believes a child's birthday party is for him - only adding to his unhappiness, so he eats a 'Game changer', (a pancake with bacon and golden syrup) to cheer himself up.
In its original American broadcast, "Game Changer" came second in its timeslot after American Idol being viewed by 9.34 million viewers and an 18-49 Nielsen Rating of 3.8 rating and an 11% share beating last week's 3.7.
The show was the 4th most viewed show of the night. Robert Canning of IGN gave the episode an 8 saying it was "impressive" and "though "Game Changer" lacked creativity when it came to storylines, the likeability of these characters kept the tone fun and made the episode enjoyable." Donna Bowman from The A. Club gave the episode an A-, saying "Even though there were funny moments in the other two stories, Phil's journey from excitement to near-catatonic resignation ("honey, it's okay, I don't feel things anymore," he reassures Claire) to euphoric rebirth was brilliantly played" Joel Keller of The TV Squad criticized the episode for product placement of the i Pad saying "Look, I'm not an Apple hater; I love my i Pod Touch, and one day I may convert from being a PC guy to a Mac guy.
The episode received an 18-49 Nielsen Rating of 3.8/7.
It is April 3 and Phil's (Ty Burrell) birthday coincides with the launch of the new Apple i Pad.
Close scrutiny of the i Pad which Steve Jobs presented at Apple's special event last week shows what may be webcam, tucked away in the black screen bezel just like it is on the Mac Book Pro.
If you remember, these showed an i Pad locked down in a security frame, and you could clearly see the camera in the bezel.In the end, Mitchell and Cameron listen to the couple talk about how Cameron must be an angel, but Cameron quickly turns it off when the couple realizes that he may have been a creepy pervert.The episode was written by Joe Lawson & Alex Herschlag, Joe Lawson's third writing credit and Alex's first writing credit. The episode includes guest stars Kevin Fry-Bowers as the security guard at the Apple Store, Jason Antoon as Clark, Whitney Claire Kaufman as Sarah, Tyrel Jackson Williams as Little Phil, Harrison White as the postman and Zak Boggan as the kid outside the batting cage.Jay (Ed O'Neill) had purchased a new chess set for Phil.Jay decides to challenge Manny (Rico Rodriguez) not knowing that Manny is a good player.