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    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     KCRep recalls this photo she shot of Jesse Tyler Ferguson from the 2012 SAG Awards.
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    The fifth season finale of Modern Family did not disappoint. Cam, played by Eric Stonestreet, and Mitchell, played by Jesse Tyler Ferguson, finally got to say their I do's. Not without the wedding drama's of course, like a fire too close to their original venue, then another wedding party shows up at the second venue, then they move the wedding party to Cam and Mitchell's house, then they finally end up getting married at a golf course. The original Officiant goes into labor so Phil takes over those duties. Then there were the butterflies floating around the car they took to their many venues, sorta funny since most couples getting married have the "butterflies" that day. As Phil is rehearsing the wedding vows to Manny and his son Luke, Alex is taking a video of this. For the remainder of the episode Manny and Luke are behaving like a nagging married couple which Alex is also secretly recording on video. Just another hilarious and creative episode from the writers of this exceptional show.

     

    Pictured above is a photo I shot of Jesse Tyler Ferguson and his real husband Justin Mikita.

     


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