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Emmys – The Funny – The Worst – The Favises Cont.

Posted on the 20 September 2011 by Karibestrycki @bloglikeitshot

I made a decision…decision made: In my eyes, the 63rd Emmys get a 96.8% success rate. But there were a few moments that I am tossing into The Worst category. Away we go!

Christina Hendricks Snub #2

Emmys – The Funny – The Worst – The Favises cont.

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Ever since “Mad Men” debuted, I have been waiting for Joan Holloway to bask in Emmy glory. Once again, the academy did not choose Christina Hendricks as Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

After my Emmy-induced blackout subsided, I realized something quite astounding. While she has yet to achieve Emmy glory, the big guy above has given Xtina Hendricks many special gifts. Some of these gifts include, but are not limited to:

  • A rack that makes the female population obligated to hate her, but we can’t because she is so epic
  • Ginger hair that is considered beautiful, instead of creepy
  • A job that allows her to be surrounded by beautiful men all. damn. day…most importantly John Slattery
  • The chance to meet Ryan Gosling (a.k.a Gos-Gos) while co-staring in “Drive”

While I could probably go on forever about Xtina Hendricks’ talent, good looks, etc., I’ll end on the Gos-Gos high note.

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Rewinding to last evening, I thought Xtina Hendricks had that Emmy locked down. I was smiling because I was anticipating her cute, but funny acceptance speech…that was until Ducky and Ashton called the wrong name!

Okay, they didn’t exactly call the wrong name, but the Emmy did not go to Xtina Hendricks, it went to Margo Martindale from “Justified.” Her opening line of her speech was, “Sometimes things just take time.”

I will admit I was mad at Margo at first, but after her speech I cried a little bit. I also texted Xtina Hendricks and said, “You’ll win next year, boo.”

Steve Carell Snub #84759453

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For the 6th year in a row, Steve Carell was passed over again by whoever votes for the Emmys. I don’t understand…his portrayal of Michael Scott could teach all of us valuable life lessons. For example:

  • The phrase “that’s what she said” is a good fill for any awkward conversation
  • If/when you hit a coworker with a vehicle…just remember it’s not your fault.
  • He showed me that when a co-worker looks like they may have an alcohol problem, you drag them to rehab.

After reminiscing these funny, yet helpful life lessons, I am still amazed that Steve Carell didn’t walk home with the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Emmy. Who did? Jim Parsons.

To be honest, I have never watched the show Jim Parsons is on…therefore, I’m on team Steve. I thought Mr. Jim would have at least said “Hey Steve, I’m giving this to you.”

I’m not the only one upset about this…Dwight Schrute feels the same. “The world of TV should be ashamed of itself that Steve Carell never won an Emmy for Michael Gary Scott. Goodnight,” said Rainn Wilson. I concur.

Steve – thanks for the life lessons, especially the one where you taught us to always have a camera handy. If the Emmys won’t give you a shout-out, go for the real gold…The Oscars.

Waiting for “Mad Men”

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I can’t believe I had to wait the entire three hour telecast to see anyone from the AMC hit show up on the stage in victory. I blame you Emmy Academy!

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