Ferguson tells Joy how surprised he was to hear about a study finding that “Modern Family” is one of the most popular television programs among Republicans.
The last time he was there, the hilarious ERIC STONESTREET was thrilled just to be starring on a “Modern Family” — now he’s an Emmy winner! He’s visiting Ellen to tell her all about the incredible night, as well as his recent trip to Australia.
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Lily Pritchett-Tucker, ‘Modern Family’
Lucky Lily has two doting daddies, couple Cameron and Mitchell, who adopted her from Vietnam in the series pilot. They sometimes argue over how best to raise her — Cam, for example, has a tough time letting her cry in the night, as the Ferber method of baby-raising suggests, and likes to watch ‘Scarface’ with her (the colors of the movie calm her, he says — but they both love and care for Lily (Ella and Jaden Hiller), as does the rest of the Pritchett/Tucker/Dunphy clan.
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- “Modern Family”: Best comedy on TV (salon.com)
The year is coming to an end – it’s time to vote for the best TV shows and characters of the year in TV.com’s Best of 2010, and Modern Family has been nominated for Best Comedy!
Vote for Modern Family on www.tv.com/bestof2010
- Modern Family’s Rico Rodriguez: The smoothest kid on television (popwatch.ew.com)
‘Modern Family,’ a seemingly liberal show about a blended family – with a gay couple and adopted kids — is among the favorites of Republicans. Say what?
According to a new study by Experian Simmons, Republicans favor many of TV’s biggest hits such as ‘Modern Family,’ ‘American Idol’ and ‘Dancing With the Stars.’ On the Democrat side, TV favorites include ‘Dexter,’ ‘Mad Men’ and ‘The Good Wife.’
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Sofia Vergara has more than ambitious plans when it comes to her role in ABC‘s “Modern Family.” As a matter of fact, the Emmy-nominated actress toldWENN that she would love to go after living big-screen legend Al Pacino to play the character of her father:
“In some other season, we should go to Cartagena and meet Gloria’s family in Colombia. I was telling [the producers] that they need to [cast] Al Pacino [as] my father, talking like Tony Montana.”
- Sofia Vergara’s Career Took Off After Becoming A Brunette (omg.yahoo.com)
- Sofia Vergara & Son Pose for Got Milk Ad (sugarslam.com)
“Modern Family” star Sarah Hyland is looking forward to Wednesday’s (Nov. 3) episode “Chirp,” when her character Haley spends quality time with her mom Claire (Julie Bowen) when they both fall sick and stay home.
“That’s really cute. Me and Julie in bed all day,” Hyland tells Zap2it. “It was awesome. Just laying down in bed together, which is my boyfriend’s dream. Who doesn’t like Julie Bowen? She’s the sexiest mom alive.”
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- Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland: ‘I’d watch even if I wasn’t on it!’ (pbpulse.com)
- Julie Bowen ‘Still in Shock’ When Called ‘Mom’ (celebritybabies.people.com)
The people of Peru are not happy with a joke that was featured on this week’s episode of Modern Family, reports The Associated Press.
The controversy stems from Sofia Vergara‘s character, Gloria, who responds to her husband’s quip about Colombia with her own insult. “Ah, here we go,” Gloria begins to respond. “Because, in Colombia, we trip over goats and we kill people in the street. Do you know how offensive that is? Like we’re Peruvians!”
Shortly after the episode aired, Vegara, who like her character is also a native of Colombia, received a large volume of insulting tweets, according to the wire service, with some demanding an explanation for the line.
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