Ah, Modern Family. A nice show! Maybe not as good as it was when it debuted in 2009, when it you heard it talked about pretty much everywhere you went, and heard people talking about how funny Ty Burrell, Eric Stonestreet, Sofia Vergara, and the rest all are.
Another Modern Family standout in the early years was Nolan Gould, who played Luke Dunphy, the scatterbrained and super funny youngest son of Burrell's Phil and Julie Bowen's Claire.
You remember Luke, right? This little rascal:
Anyway, if you want a reminder that 2009 was extremely f**cking long ago, that same Nolan Gould of Modern Family fame appeared on the cover of the latest issue of C'est Prune magazine, and one glimpse will remind you that time is stupid and doesn't make any sense.
Yep. That's right, the young lad from Modern Family is approaching ripped status. We are all elderly.
In the story, Gould refers to the fact that most people know him from Modern Family (which just wrapped up its 10th season) by saying that he responds to either Nolan (which is his name) or Luke (which is, in fact, not his name).
In addition to sharing just how much he loves being outside (if he wasn't acting on Modern Family, Gould says that he'd want to be a scuba diving instructor, environmental scientist, or nature documentarian), Gould also reveals that spending such a high percentage of his life on the show has messed with his memory.