The Jane Lynch-hosted 63rd Annual Emmys are underway in Los Angeles. Early in the broadcast, Ricky Gervais poked fun at his controversial turn as Golden Globes host and introduced the nominees for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy in a pre-recorded, heavily edited video. Lynch then announced the winner on Gervais' behalf, but not before playing armchair psychologist: "Poor little Ricky Gervais. Someone didn't get enough hugs from mommy and somehow it's Hollywood's fault."
Hey everyone, why sit there and slog through television's biggest night on your own when you can enjoy it with the wit and humor of a bunch of strangers on the internet! Jump into the conversation about the 63rd Annual Prime Time Emmy Awards here, and we'll make fun of the celebs, celebrate victories, and just generally talk smack about everything until the show is over.
On tonight's Report, Stephen Colbert lamented the fact that he always loses to The Daily Show at the Emmys before giving viewers a peek at all the networks' screener packages. To his dismay, Colbert discovered that NBC was using his image in the screener for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon—so he decided to get some revenge.
Whether you're in it for the interviews or to see what everyone is wearing, it's tradition to tune in early for the Red Carpet action. Why, then, does it feel like constant suffering? A breakdown of the worst offenders inside.
The 2010 Emmy Awards are history, and—whether you watched live or not—these are the moments you'll want to remember. From the opener, to the Conan jokes, to the most awkward parts—and more!—video of the best/worst moments is inside.