What I Learned From the Emmys, Part 3

It’s been two whole days since the Emmys (well, about 40 hours but tomayto, tomahto) and I continue to be shocked.

Me too, friend, me too.

Me too, friend, me too.

So let’s carry on.

All “Hale” to the second-in-command’s lackey!

Not afraid of a strong woman.

Not afraid of a strong woman.

Tony Hale picked up the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his role as the VP’s toady Gary in Veep. He’s one of the many great actors in this fantastic ensemble cast, but no matter what it is nice to see someone FINALLY beat Modern Family in this category! And considering I actually WANTED Ed O’Neill to win, this should say something about the triumph of the underdog!

Buster would agree, and I don't even watch Arrested Development!

Buster would agree.

Michael Douglas loves his son in prison, his estranged wife, and possibly being a bottom for Matt Damon.

Too much sexy!

Too much sexy!

Michael Douglas shined as Liberace in the Lifetime HBO biopic Behind the Candelabra, and he captured the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie, beating out his top (or bottom?) Matt Damon. Since Michael’s a wicked big movie star, his speech was longer than most of the other plebes. However, even he couldn’t escape the music which came on right as he was giving thanks to his drug dealer son Cameron who is currently serving a ten year sentence in prison. Stars, they’re just like us!


That’s all for now!


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