tonight we have extended clip titled, “I’d Rather Not” from last week’s episode.
Don’t forget to also checkout the Memory Book of our Modern Family.
On Saturday night, the Los Angeles version of the 2012 GLAAD Media Awards were held in Los Angeles, and we had an opportunity to see some of the biggest names from the entertainment world honored for some of their various achievements. ”Modern Family” took home the award for Outstanding Comedy Series, and it was accepted by one of the stars of the show in Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
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It is said that one should never forget where they came from. Jesse Tyler Ferguson, a star on the hit ABC sitcom Modern Family, will show the world that he hasn’t when he taps into his past experiences as a struggling actor on the online sitcom Submissions Only.
Each episode of the series begins with an audition. In Ferguson’s episode he will be seen singing an original song and humiliating himself in the process, the AP reports.
- Jesse Tyler Ferguson to appear in theater sitcom (pbpulse.com)
“We stopped shooting a few weeks ago, so I haven’t been around any of that stuff,” he tells E!. “I honestly haven’t even talked to anyone, this is all, like, hearsay. This is all, like, things that are spinning. I know nothing about it.”
What does he know? The people that are representing the cast of Modern Family are on the case. “We all have really good lawyers who are hopefully doing a great job,” he says.
The fact that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney watches “Modern Family” came as a surprise to Jesse Tyler Ferguson, who plays a gay dad on the ABC sitcom.
“Well I hope Mitt Romney is wondering why he likes the show so much,” the red-haired actor told New York Magazine earlier this week.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson, in his Friday appearance on “The Ellen Show,” dished all about Aubrey Anderson-Emmons, his new on-screen daughter, saying that she was a bit existentially overwhelmed on her first day on set — and quite intrigued by one of her co-stars.
“First of all, she’s obsessed with Sofia’s… area,” Ferguson laughed, pointing at his own chest. “And she was basically just manhandling her, just poking. She was just like, poking, prodding… All the stagehands were like, ‘You’re so lucky.’”
PopSugarTV has an awesome new video of Nolan Gould talking about Modern Family’s season premiere at PopSugar.
Poor Ed O’Neill has endured a long streak of snubs before journeying to the Emmys, but now it looks like it could pay off Sunday with the ultimate Hollywood happy ending: an Emmy win.
According to predictions at GoldDerby, O’Neill is in second place to take home the award for comedy supporting actor. Experts, editors and users have “Modern Family” costar Ty Burrell out in first place, with Chris Colfer (“Glee”) in third, last year’s winner Eric Stonestreet (“Modern Family”) in fourth, Jesse Tyler Ferguson (“Modern Family”) in fifth and Jon Cryer (“Two and a Half Men”) in last place.
Source: LA TIMES
As TV kids grow up, they sometimes need to be replaced. That’s the case with the role of Lily, the pint-size daughter in the ABC hit series “Modern Family,” as it begins its third season. Welcome the new Lily: Aubrey Anderson-Emmons, 4, who replaces the original twins who played the child as a baby and toddler.
Read about Aubrey’s family in the Star Tribune
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