Emmys 2012: Nolan Gould Calls 'Modern Family's' Third-Consecutive Win 'Amazing' (VIDEO)
Even though Modern Family was the heavy favorite heading into Sunday night's Emmys, co-star Nolan Gould admitted he was surprised when the show actually won its third-consecutive prize for Best Comedy Series.
"[The] third time is, like, people still like us after three years?" he quipped to Celebuzz at the FOX Emmys after-party on Sunday. "It's just so amazing and such an honor and such a blessing."
"I get so excited," Gould -- whose costars Julie Bowen and Eric Stonetreet also took home Emmys for acting -- continued, on the show's many wins. "They are like my family on the show; I care so much about them. Seeing my mom get up there, or my uncle -- you're just so proud of them."
Meanwhile, Gould, 13, gave Celebuzz a little preview on the show's upcoming fourth season, including how his character, Luke, will react to Gloria's (Sofia Vergara) new baby.
"I actually don't think he's gonna mind," he said, "because Manny and Luke decided that they're big boys now … But I am interested to see how Luke responds to everything. Everyone else is going to have a real grounded vision of things. Except, Luke won't, because Luke's out there. He'll probably come up with some strange, dastardly plans and whatnot."
For more on Celebuzz's interview with Nolan Gould, watch the video, above.