With the June 28th deadline to return Emmy nominee ballots fast approaching, many of your favorite television web sites have begun to make their case for a handful of worthy 2012 nominees. Not to be outdone, we here at theTVaddict.com have decided — as we are wont to do — to take things one step further. Which is to say, in a completely altruistic effort to simplify things for the voting body that is the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, your friendly neighborhood TV Addict has decided to save those lucky enough to call themselves “Emmy Voters” from countless hours spent needlessly scrolling through a seemingly never ending PDF of worthy performers by presenting our “Emmy Nominations Made Easy!” With today’s focus being on our picks for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.
We Make the Case For…
 Ty Burrell: Before you make the case that it’s time for change with this being a potential for Burrell’s third consecutive nomination following last years first ever Emmy win — re-watch this season’s award-worthy gem that had Phil Dunphy face the all-too-relatable realization that his eldest daughter Haley was no longer his “unbroken flower ” — then talk to us.
 Max Greenfield: Is there any question that Max Greenfield’s loveable lothario Schmidt was this season’s biggest breakout star? Didn’t think so.
 Adam Pally: In the spirit of “saving the drama for Wilmer Valderrama” there is nothing more refreshing and welcome than Pally’s completely non-stereotypical portrayal of a modern-day gay man (Or as we like to refer to him as, HAPPY ENDINGS Kramer equivalent!)
 Chris Pratt: Behind the dimwitted well-intentioned dofus that is Andy Dwyer is truly gifted comedian. Case in point, one of our most memorable PARKS AND RECREATION laugh-out-loud moments was — by the actor’s own admission — ad-libbed, “Leslie, I typed your symptoms into the thing up here and it says you could have network connectivity problems.”
 Danny Pudi: Whether he’s wowing us with his encyclopedic knowledge of pop culture, or waging war against Troy in the age-old debate that is ‘pillow’ versus ‘blanket’ fort, Pudi’s continued development as one of television’s most curious characters has outstanding performance by a supporting actor in a comedy written all over it.
 Jim Rash: While a part of us wants Rash to snag a nomination just to see if he has the cojones to pull off another brilliant bit akin to his take on “Angelina Jolie’s Leg” (Circa. Oscars 2012), a bigger part of us wants to simply reward this one-man scene stealer for his consistent ability to do (and wear) anything for a laugh.