09/15/2011 05:31 pm ET | Updated Nov 15, 2011

Emmys 2011, Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy: Who Should Win? (POLL)

Is there any way they can just send the trophy to set of "Modern Family" and be done with it?

The four leading men on the beloved ABC sitcom -- Ty Burrell, Ed O'Neill, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet -- are up for the Emmy award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy this weekend, battling for bragging rights in a too-close-to-call race. Last year, Stonestreet, who plays the flamboyant Cam, took home the trophy, though he didn't have to compete with the grumpy O'Neil.

Meanwhile, Chris Colfer could sneak in for a win this year; he won last year's Golden Globe, and could benefit from a vote split amongst those four "Modern Family" men. And a sentimental case could be made for "Two and a Half Men" star Jon Cryer -- after all he had to deal with last season, the least he deserves is a night of glory. And hey, he won in 2009, so it's not like he'd be an upset victor.

For a list of all the nominees, click here.


Emmys: Supporting Actor In Comedy Series