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Last Night on Late Night: Jesse Tyler Ferguson’s ‘Eric Stonestreet Steals Gay American Jobs’ Campaign

Last night on Live, Jesse Tyler Ferguson launched yet another campaign, this time for gay employment in America. As a hoarse, Emmy-ed out Jimmy Kimmel explained to the redheaded contender, “The reason [Eric Stonestreet] might get the nod over you is he’s a straight guy playing a gay guy.” And to that very point, Ferguson launched his campaign to out Stonestreet from future Emmy wins since he “steals gay American jobs from gay Americans.” Plus: What Giancarlo Esposito had expected to be a “glorified” “Mr. Perdue” role for Gus Fring on Breaking Bad now has the public terrified of him — “People call me ‘Sir’ everywhere I go.” Also, Carly Rae Jepsen shared a tip for pop singers, and Gotye performed on the Late Show. No, not that song, but “Eyes Wide Open.” Watch our compilation to see what you missed.

Jesse Tyler Ferguson’s Eric Stonestreet Campaign