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Jesse Tyler Ferguson & Eric Stonestreet Cover 'Entertainment Weekly'

Jesse Tyler Ferguson & Eric Stonestreet Cover 'Entertainment Weekly'

Modern Family‘s on-screen couple Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet take the latest cover of Entertainment Weekly, on stands September 24.

The big kiss between their characters, Cameron and Mitchell, will reportedly happen in the Sept. 29 episode. That’s this Wednesday’s episode!!!

FYI: Last month at the Emmys, Modern Family won Outstanding Comedy, Outstanding Writing for a Comedy (for the pilot ep), and Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy (Stonestreet).

And if you haven’t already seen the clip of co-star Sofia Vergara from last night’s premiere, you MUST MUST MUST!!! The ep pulled in 12.6 million viewers, returning 19% higher than last fall!

WATCH: Sofia Vergara stirring salt into chocolate milk!!!

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5 Responses to “Jesse Tyler Ferguson & Eric Stonestreet Cover 'Entertainment Weekly'”

  1. 1
    MadameX Says:

    Ugh! i hate myself for missing last night episode but hey someone has to do dishes Did I miss a great episode?

  2. 2
    Joanne Says:

    Love that show. I don’t understand why it doesn’t get as much cover as glee. it’s a great comedy and even better than glee

  3. 3
    jake Says:

    This is such an unrealistic couple. This couple is very safe. There is no sexual attraction between them. I get a friend vibe not a couple vibe. This is straight ABC’s take on a gay version of their sitcom straight couples. You know the ones where you see a couple with the man being overweight and not goodlooking and the wife being skinny and goodlooking. Suffice to say that Eric just fits the skinny part and not the goodlooking part. Red head guys never look good. Girls they are HOT.

  4. 4
    lexy hates bilson Says:

    I love this show – such a wonderful and talented cast of actors. My EW didn’t have this cover though :(

  5. 5
    Nero 8 Download Says:

    Love that show. I don’t understand why it doesn’t get as much cover as glee. it’s a great comedy and even better than glee

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