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How hot was the Emmys red carpet?
September 20th, 2015 under Emmys, Saved by the Bell/City Guys. [ Comments: none ]

It was over 100 degrees in Los Angeles today and the show must go on. That means because the Emmys was still happening, celebrities still had to walk the red carpet of the black tie event in their gowns and tuxes. Which means they were sweating like a Presidential candidate at the Republican Debate. We didn’t get to see the celebs sweat because they were all using Dry Idea. There was one person who didn’t use that antiperspirant and his name is Mario Lopez. His revealed that all of that heat entered him into a wet T-shirt contest and he won! Wow, just thought of that shower scene in Nip/Tuck. Now I am wet!


Adam Levine and Jimmy Fallon talk about Gwen Stefani’s Emmy error!
September 3rd, 2014 under Emmys, Jimmy Fallon, The Voice. [ Comments: none ]

Adam Levine was on The Tonight Show yesterday and Jimmy Fallon and him talked about Gwen Stefani doing a John Travolta to Stephen Colbert’s name. The Maroon 5 singer explained that his Voice co-Coach was having problems saying his name before they presented and he tried to help her out. But when the time came, nerves took over.
Then the NBC late night host explained that his going up there to accept the award was unplanned. Colbore, I mean Coldbear, I mean Colbert, and him had not planned what happened next and it all came naturally.
No doubt that one little f*ck up by the No Doubt singer turned into comedy gold.


Sad Woody Harrelson
August 26th, 2014 under Emmys. [ Comments: none ]

It has been 25 years since Woody Harrelson has won an Emmy, so I am sure he was really looking forward to winning another one yesterday. Woody was nominated for Best Actor in a Drama along with his True Detective co-star and BFF, Matthew McConaughey, but both me lost out to Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston. I guess the loss was too much for the Oscar winner because he was seen with his head down and his hands over his eyes by the silhouette of the Emmy statue. A photo he emailed to his friends like the Farrelly Brothers. Maybe if he watched one of their movies like Dumb and Dumber or The Three Stooges, it would make him feel better.
At least he can try for the Emmy again next year for the second season of the HBO show. Oh wait, he’s not coming back to the show. Poor Woody Harrelson.
This is the second saddest picture from last night. The saddest one was any picture that Lena Dunham’s dress was seen in, but those photos are different kind sad.


Seth Meyers gave an Emmy worthy monologue at the Emmys!
August 26th, 2014 under Emmys, Seth Meyers. [ Comments: none ]

Seth Meyers opened the Emmy telecast with the best monologue I’ve seen in ages for the Awards show. I found it so weird that he seemed more comfortable on the huge stage performing in front of hundreds of people, then he does on his late night show. If he did that type of monologue on Late Night, I think I might check it out more often. Wouldn’t you?
When it comes to the rest of his hosting, there was some hits and misses. The audience interaction with Jon Hamm and Melissa McCarthy didn’t work and the Bill Eichner bit was funny but not needed. I liked the Weird Al Yankovic surprise, but it needed to be tightened up and include a few more shows.
Now when it comes to the winners, do the Emmy voters even watch the nominees especially the comedies. I don’t feel that Allison Janney and Julia Louis Dreyfus won for their current work, I think they won for their work from the ‘90s. I’m not saying they are bad actress, just saying the current roles are Emmy worthy. Plus, did Jim Parsons and Modern Family really deserve their wins after subpar seasons? We need to come up with a new way for the voters to vote and there needs to be limit on how many wins someone can have in one category for one show. Let somebody else bring home the Emmy. Am I right?
Another thing NATAS shouldn’t do again is have the Emmys so early. It hurt promoting the new shows. Except for Oscar winner Octavia Spencer and Emmy winner Katherine Heigl, none of the new shows were represented. In fact, I don’t remember any commercials for any of NBC’s new shows like A to Z, Constantine and State of Affairs. I thought that was the big part of the Emmys to promote the new season as we close out the old one.
When it comes to the presenters, why weren’t there any representatives from The CW and USA? Matt Bomer doesn’t count because he was there for HBO. I would like to have seen this season’s break out stars Jane the Virgin’s Gina Rodriguez, Scorpion’s Elyse Gabel, Constantine’s Matt Ryan, Manhattan Love Story’s Analeigh Tipton and/or Gotham’s Oswald Cobblepot up there along with Oscar winners Julia Roberts, who made it about herself, and Halle Berry.
And this goes for all awards shows, stop cutting off the winners when you have presenters like Jimmy Kimmel (who was funny) and Julia Roberts go long. Longer than that kiss that Bryan Cranston gave Julia Louis-Dreyfus. That was a nice moment.
Just wish there were more like them. What did you think of yesterday’s Emmys?


Kids do the Emmy nominated dramas better than the adults!
August 21st, 2014 under Emmys. [ Comments: none ]

If you are like me, then you have not seen any of the Emmy nominated dramas. So what are you going to do on Monday? Who will root for?
Mom.Me is helping people like us out. They had the cutest little kids reenact the 6 dramas and now I am prepared to say, I would only watch those shows if those little ones were staring in them instead on all the big people that are currently starring in those shows.
What about you?


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