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ABC, Peter "Hopper" Stone, Associated Press
In this image released by ABC, from right, Jesse Tyler Ferguson portraying Mitchell Pritchett, and Eric Stonestreet portraying Cameron Tucker are shown with Aubrey Anderson-Emmons, who plays their adopted daughter Lily in a scene from "Modern Family," airing Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012 at 9 p.m. EST on ABC. A group opposed to the use of profanity is protesting Wednesday's episode of "Modern Family," in which the character Lily is shown, but not heard, using an expletive.

LOS ANGELES — An anti-profanity crusader is asking ABC to pull this week's "Modern Family" episode about a cursing toddler.

A college student who founded the No Cussing Club in 2007 said Tuesday that he's called on club members to contact ABC and ask that the episode be dropped.

McKay Hatch says that he wants the network to at least realize people are uncomfortable with the idea of a toddler using profanity. He says ABC should set a better example.

In the episode titled "Little Bo Bleep," the tot playing Lily says the word "fudge" during taping as a substitute for the F-word. It's to be bleeped when the show airs at 9 p.m. EST on Wednesday.