Well No One Saw This Coming of the Day

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Modern Family's boneheaded-but-insightful son Luke (Nolan Gould) visited Ellen this week to announce his graduation from high school. But wait -- isn't he only 13?

Turns out, he's a bona fide genius, with a Mensa membership and an IQ of 150:

Over the summer I did a lot of studying and I took an exam and tested at high school, so I'm hopefully going to go on and do some online community college courses.

When Gould visited Ellen in January, he revealed that he likes to discuss nuclear fusion in household microwaves, and that his allowance is a paltry $30 a week, with the rest of his income being squirreled away for college.

We'll never watch Luke and Phil's hijinks the same way again.

When Straight Guys Steal Gay Guys' Jobs of the Day

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Modern Family's Jesse Tyler Ferguson is ticked that co-star Eric Stonestreet beat him out for an Emmy on Sunday -- so ticked, in fact, that he went on Jimmy Kimmel to kick off his new campaign against straight actors who are "stealing gay American jobs."

Think Of The Children of the Day

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Think Of The Children of the Day: As Tennessee's controversial "Don’t Say Gay" bill -- which bans elementary and middle-school teachers from discussing homosexuality with students -- made its way out of the House Education subcommittee today, a moment of sad levity was had when Rep. Joey Hensley (R), the subcommittee chairman, concurred with the testimony of a Nashville preacher who expressed concern that prohibiting discussion of homosexuality wouldn't prevent children