Next up, Ricky Gervais served up beer to the audience and then presented the award for Outstanding Directing For A Variety, Music, Or Comedy Special to Bucky Gunts for directing the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games Opening Ceremony.
Then, the biggest letdown of the night (at least in my opinion), The Daily Show With Jon Stewart won for Outstanding Variety, Music, Or Comedy Series. The only reason I'm disappointed is because I really believed Conan could catch a break by winning… Continue
Added by Aaron on August 29, 2010 at 8:58pm —
My god, I'm sucking at this right now. Kyra Sedgwick finally won an emmy for Lead Actress In A Drama Series for The Closer. Once again, I'm fairly shocked.
Then, Variety kicked in with the first award for Writing For A Variety, Music, Or Comedy Special. I predicted the 82nd Annual Academy Awards would be the winner and the winner turned out to be the 63rd Annual Tony Awards.
Next up is Directing For A Variety, Music, Or Comedy Special and possibly Variety, Music, Or Comedy… Continue
Added by Aaron on August 29, 2010 at 8:44pm —
Another surprise. For Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series, I had Lesli Linka Glatter for directing the Mad Men episode "Guy Walks Into An Advertising Agency". The winner was Steve Shill for directing an episode of "Dexter" called "The Getaway". Hey, three cheers for Dexter fans.
Next up, was a very amusing musical tribute to 24, Lost, and Law And Order, three long-running shows that ended their run this year, with Jimmy Fallon doing good imitations of Elton John's "Candle In The… Continue
Added by Aaron on August 29, 2010 at 8:31pm —
Geez, just when I thought the last award was out of nowhere.
The winner for Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series was Archie Panjabi for The Good Wife. Completely out of nowhere, but then again I don't watch The Good Wife.
Moving on, Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series went to Bryan Cranston for Breaking Bad for the third year in a row. Even though he wasn't my pick to win or should win, I'm glad to see him win for that.
So, we are now into drama with the first award being Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series. I predicted that one of the two Mad Men episodes were win and I was right. Matthew Weiner and Erin Levy won for writing the episode "Shut The Door, Have A Seat."
Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series was another big surprise for me because I never would have thought that Aaron Paul would win for Breaking Bad, but he did. Maybe it's because I still haven't seen this show… Continue
Added by Aaron on August 29, 2010 at 8:09pm —
First off, no big surprise for me. Edie Falco won for Nurse Jackie in Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, she was the favorite to win.
The big surprise came at Outstanding Reality Competition Program. You'd think that The Amazing Race would win since they've won every year since the award was made. But not this year, Bravo's Top Chef won for Outstanding Reality Competition Program.
Maybe it was because I accepted the fact that The Amazing Race would win like… Continue
Added by Aaron on August 29, 2010 at 7:54pm —
The winner for Outstanding Directing For A Comedy Series was Ryan Murphy for directing the director's cut of the Glee pilot episode. Not that I have a problem with that, I like Glee but I don't like the way Ryan Murphy looks.
He looks like kind of a douche. But hey, maybe that's just me.
Luckily for me, Jim Parsons won for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series for The Big Bang Theory, which made me so happy when his name was called… Continue
Added by Aaron on August 29, 2010 at 7:44pm —
So, the awards are off and without any hesitation...
I'm off to a bad start.
Eric Stonestreet won for Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series for his role on Modern Family. At least to me, I was surprised by that because my two choices to win were Neil Patrick Harris and Jon Cryer.
But you know what, I'm glad he won because I really like him on Modern Family and I think he's deserves it.
Stay tuned for another update.
Added by Aaron on August 29, 2010 at 7:17pm —
So, the emmys are on their way and of course with an award show like this, you have to have a big opening number and just as the awards start.
We get a big number involving members of the cast of Glee, host Jimmy Fallon, Tina Fey, Joel McHale, Jorge Garcia, Jon Hamm, Jane Lynch, Kate Gosselin, Betty White, Randy Jackson, and Tim Gunn doing a rendition of 'Born To Rock'.
And how does it play out,
It's good. Not great but entertaining. A very good… Continue
Added by Aaron on August 29, 2010 at 7:06pm —
I just got done playing Infamous and loved the story which left me hungry for a sequel. While playing it I couldn't help but feel that it would make for a great show. It wouldn't have to center on Cole but some of the side characters like Zeke and Trish.It could also be cool to see Kesslers story unfold in episodic content. Some video games have stories that are great for being adapted to other mediums and it is a shame that it doesn't happen.On a side note Lets Do This was frickin' awesome.
Added by kyoshira71 on August 29, 2010 at 6:45pm —
Its election day for Florida. Many senior Floridians have already made premeditated judgement on who they will pencil in on the circle in each category of ther voting ballet. If you were to ask American citizens in between the ages of 18 and 24 who they will vote for it you might get the "I don't know, or the casual I'm undecided response or the typical why should I care?" For many students getting to the polls to vote…
Tonight is the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on NBC which will be hosted by Jimmy Fallon. So, beforehand, I'm going to predict who I think will win and who I want to see win tonight in the major categories. So, let's not waste any time. Let's get right to the awards.
Let's start off with the acting categories:
Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series
Ty Burrell for Modern Family
Chris Colfer for Glee
Jon Cryer for Two and a Half Men
Added by Aaron on August 29, 2010 at 12:06pm —
Ok, when I saw this trailer a few months ago, I thought it looked really good. And when I found out it was PG-13, that was more of a shocker, cause the trailer made it look R, and the movie itself could of used that R rating, because there's scenes with lots of death in here that I wanted to see but you see a piece of it. The movie takes place in Louisiana about a douchebag named Cotton, but he's one of those lovable douchebags because he says that he's preformed over… Continue
Takers is one of those rare films that not only manages to be terrible but is also the equivalent of watching static for two hours. Unlike recent crap-fests like The Last Airbender and Legion, this doesn't even manage to be terrible on a "so bad its good" level. Takers is just sad. Take every…