Before we get into the clips, a full list of Emmy winners can be found at the Washington Post. There aren’t too many surprises. It gets a little boring reading the list. (Confession: I didn’t watch the awards last night.) Congratulations to Breaking Bad for going out on top. Modern Family won best comedy series and ties Frasiers‘ record for most consecutive wins at five. The only surprise is that the networks and cable shut Netflix out of the race.
Below are three moments: one that’s a mixed bag, one that should be talked about, and one that is being called a highlight.
“Weird Al” Sings Theme Songs
I love “Weird Al” and adding lyrics to theme songs that don’t have them could’ve been brilliant. Instead, we witnessed a hastily thrown together sketch that is awkward to watch. Prepare to role your eyes when “Weird Al” mentions that Game of Thrones has lots of boobs and that George R.R. Martin needs to start writing more, so he doesn’t die before the series is finished.
In the middle of the show, host Seth Meyers decided to have a Q&A with the audience. Jon Hamm, Melissa McCarthy, and others took part in the sketch. It’s far from the funniest thing ever, but it’s miles ahead of whatever “Weird Al” was trying to do.
Robin Williams Tribute
Billy Crystal perfectly described everyone’s feeling toward Robin Williams.
Posted on August 26, 2014, in Awards, Emmy's, NBC and tagged billy crystal, emmy highlights, emmys, nbc, robin williams, weird al. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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