'Modern Family': Jesse Tyler Ferguson's 'attack ad' against Eric Stonestreet

"Modern Family" star Jesse Tyler Ferguson is starting his Emmy campaign for 2013 early -- and he's going negative.Ferguson was a guest on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Monday night (Sept. 24), and he talked with the host about Sunday's Emmys and his on-screen partner Eric Stonestreet's second win in three years for best supporting actor in a comedy. ("Modern Family" also picked up its third straight best comedy Emmy.)"He was so generous to me in his speech -- and rightfully so," Ferguson jokes. Kimmel then asks if Stonestreet was rooting for Ferguson to win this time: "He says he was. I mean, who knows if it's true, but he says he wanted me to win."Ferguson then reveals he has a plan to sew up next year's honor, unveiling a fake attack ad aimed at Stonestreet that accuses him of "steal[ing] gay American jobs from gay Americans" and calling him a "liar" for the portion of his...



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