With Halloween just around the corner, the young stars of ABC’s family comedies are sharing their best Halloween memories, as the “spook”-tacular episodes begin airing.
While many of them recalled trick-or-treating, scaring people, dressing up, hanging out with friends and eating the candy as their favorite parts of the ghoulish holiday, others had slightly different takes.
“Part of me wonders if I also really like having control, so it’s like ‘I have the candy,’ and get to, like, pass it out,” Dr. Ken star Krista Marie Yu, who plays Ken Jeong’s daughter, said with a laugh.
“I may not eat all the candy after I collect it, but I like to count and categorize it,” Albert Tsai, Yu’s Dr. Ken co-star, admitted.
They also shared some of their most unique Halloween costumes, which ranged from a battery and a leprechaun to “a dude from Jersey” and Pee Wee Herman.
“When I was 4 years old, I dressed up as Michael Jackson,” Modern Family star Aubrey Anderson-Edmonds shared, “and I won a costume contest!”
Atticus Shaffer (The Middle), Bebe Wood and Noah Galvin (The Real O’Neals), Jeremy Maguire (Modern Family), Flynn Morrison (Last Man Standing), Daniel DiMaggio (American Housewife) and Fresh Off the Boat’s Hudson Yang, Forrest Wheeler and Ian Chen are also featured.
The Halloween episodes begin airing Friday, when Last Man Standing and Dr. Ken kick off the week. The Middle, American Housewife, Fresh Off the Boat and The Real O’Neals air Tuesday, Oct. 25, while Modern Family premieres its episode Wednesday, Oct. 26.