• Modern Family comes out Emmys’ big comedy winner, but who do you think got hosed?

    Leaving with five trophies, hugely popular ABC show Modern Family left last night’s 63rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards as the big comedy winner. But their multiple wins — including best comedy series — didn’t steal any thunder from Mike and Molly co-star Melissa McCarthy, who took home the best actress in a comedy series award. Her male counterpart was Big Bang Theory’s Jim Parsons, who beat out Steve Carell, Louis C.K., Alec Baldwin, Matt LeBlanc and Parsons’ Big Bang co-star Johnny Galecki.

    Modern Family’s on-screen husband and wife duo Julie Bowen and Ty Burrell (who play Claire and Phil Dunphy) took home the best supporting actress/actor trophies, but Modern Family (check out a quick season three preview below) didn’t stop there. They also took home the best writing in a comedy series (Steven Levitan and Jeffrey Richman) as well as best directing for a comedy series (Michael Spiller.)

    The Daily Show was honored as best variety, music or comedy series as well as with the award for best writing for a variety, music or comedy series. Finally, best directing for a variety, music or comedy series went to Don Roy King of Saturday Night Live.

    So, what did you guys think of the winners? Did everyone who deserved a win get one? Let us know in the comments.

    Dave Emrich

    While not slaving away and working his fingers to the bone for Laughspin, Dave plays drums with his band Mark It Zero. He also writes comedy and is a frequent tweets @daveemrich. Dave is a huge fan of video games, rye and exotic meats – he also sets a DVR because The Daily Show airs too late for his infantile sleeping habits. Dave works in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada in Marketing and Advertising and thinks OJ was guilty.

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