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Eric Stonestreet and Jesse Tyler Ferguson Tell Jimmy Kimmel About Their 'Modern Family' Wedding: VIDEO


Eric Stonestreet and Jesse Tyler Ferguson stopped by Jimmy Kimmel last night to talk about their upcoming wedding on Modern Family. Ferguson talked about how his real life wedding to Justin Mikita prepared him for this one, and Jimmy talked about what a big deal it is for a Disney-owned network to feature the wedding of two men in prime time.

Said Stonestreet: "This just feels really great to know that at the end of 5 years Mitch and Cam are having a little bit of completion of their relationship."

They also said that they got a bit choked up at their fake wedding.


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  1. I'm over Modern Family. Stonestreet and Ferguson play anti-gay stereotypes. They're a minstrel show disguised as "progress".

    Posted by: petey | Apr 30, 2014 10:15:22 AM

  2. I wish the writers of the show would let Mitch and Cam more often tap into the loose, funny, affectionate vibe that Ferguson and Stonestreet have in real life. The characters are MUCH more uptight and generally not as warm to each other, aside from the lovely proposal episode early this year.

    Posted by: Dback | Apr 30, 2014 10:23:30 AM

  3. This is a harmless program that makes fun of all the cast members. Like the Will and Grace show, it is full of stereotypes and exaggeration. That is sometimes the grist of comedy. It works, and it is something that can help us win over people who find gays strange.

    Posted by: jmartindale | Apr 30, 2014 10:35:19 AM

  4. That show is so gay and disturbing ugh.

    Posted by: Troy | Apr 30, 2014 10:41:57 AM

  5. I love Modern truly does make me laugh throughout. That's what a sitcom is supposed to do, and these characters do it so well.

    Posted by: Jon | Apr 30, 2014 11:35:54 AM

  6. I just don't buy the Mitch and Cam relationship, as they are written they are much too bitchy with each other and Cam is too much of a sensitive drama queen for anyone to put up with. Just one man's opinion.

    Posted by: I wont grow up | Apr 30, 2014 11:35:54 AM

  7. I'm looking forward to the episode. I don't think the characters are anymore neurotic than any of the other characters on the program. I do wish that Cam could have a bit more character range though.

    Posted by: Kevin F. | Apr 30, 2014 11:53:11 AM

  8. The Towleroad Comments Tabernacle Choir would of course prefer that they be serial killers who eat babies.

    Posted by: David Ehrenstein | Apr 30, 2014 11:58:26 AM

  9. I understand the complaint about Cam and Mitch being stereotypes but so are the other two couples on the show. People need to lighten up.

    Posted by: Houndentenor | Apr 30, 2014 1:01:33 PM

  10. That show is so gay and disturbing ugh.
    Posted by: Troy | Apr 30, 2014 10:41:57 AM

    The only thing truly disturbing is your comment. Go creep back to your closet you self-loathing troll.

    Posted by: Jamie | Apr 30, 2014 1:51:25 PM

  11. There is a huge amount of humor in awkward situations with even more awkward people and semi predictable behavior with unpredictable reactions or results. It seems everyone on the show is supposed to be an awkward version of their niche whether it's Latina, Nerd, Hormonal Teen, Suburban Dad or yes even Gay Suburban Dad.

    Would comedy really work as well if it were more serious or realistic? A comedy that is paced like a serious documentary might not make it to the #1 comedy spot.

    Posted by: Trolliollio | Apr 30, 2014 2:53:10 PM

  12. May actually be the best show on network TV my daughter and I bond over it

    They present a realistic view of any relationship - trying to walk a tightrope between love and tension

    Posted by: Ted | Apr 30, 2014 4:13:55 PM

  13. That's three for Petey. A threepetey obviously.

    Posted by: emjayay | May 1, 2014 1:13:51 AM

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