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Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Ed O’Neill (Modern Family) Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Modern Family) Ty Burrell (Modern Family) Eric Stonestreet (Modern Family) Max Greenfield (New Girl) Bill Hader (Saturday Night Live)Deserves to Win: Max GreenfieldWill Win: Ed O’Neill There are few supporting characters that we loved last year more than Schmidt. He’s not only the breakout star of New Girl, but also our primary reason for watching the show. However, given that he’s up against pretty much the entire cast of Modern Family, he might as well throw in the weirdly damp towel. Burrell won last year, Stonestreet won the year prior, so it’s gotta be O’Neill’s turn this year, right?
Read more: Emmy Awards 2012: Picks and Predictions

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy
Ed O’Neill (Modern Family)
Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Modern Family)
Ty Burrell (Modern Family)
Eric Stonestreet (Modern Family)
Max Greenfield (New Girl)
Bill Hader (Saturday Night Live)
Deserves to Win: Max Greenfield
Will Win: Ed O’Neill
There are few supporting characters that we loved last year more than Schmidt. He’s not only the breakout star of New Girl, but also our primary reason for watching the show. However, given that he’s up against pretty much the entire cast of Modern Family, he might as well throw in the weirdly damp towel. Burrell won last year, Stonestreet won the year prior, so it’s gotta be O’Neill’s turn this year, right?

Read more: Emmy Awards 2012: Picks and Predictions

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Personally speaking, it’s easy for me to forget that Modern Family is revolutionary as far as network sitcoms go. Watching the two ultra-masculine fathers admit their issues about their sons being “gay for each other” was a nice reminder of that, as they handled the subject matter well.
Read more: Modern Family: The Best Moments of the Night

Personally speaking, it’s easy for me to forget that Modern Family is revolutionary as far as network sitcoms go. Watching the two ultra-masculine fathers admit their issues about their sons being “gay for each other” was a nice reminder of that, as they handled the subject matter well.

Read more: Modern Family: The Best Moments of the Night