Anna Chlumsky at the Emmys/Via Vulture

I did not watch the Emmy’s last night. I don’t have an actual TV because I am a Millennial who watches everything on her laptop computer in order to destroy the very fabric of society, and I reserve live TV watching at friends’ houses for real important events like Breaking Bad. But, as a lover of TV programs and a person who has been consistently angered by awards shows since I was probably 8, I watched social media with interest during last night’s show, as I prepped myself for the real show (Breaking Bad! Breaking Bad!). Without watching the show, I “watched the show.” I even tweeted about it:

Luckily for you–luckily for all of us–there are people with the job “watch the Emmys and tell people about it” so we don’t have to sit through hours of nonsense and we can experience just the super good bits. Here is a round-up of the things on the internet about the Emmys that I think you should look at:

The Best Emmys Speech of All Time Just HappenedHere’s Merritt Wever winning for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her work on Nurse Jackie. They should all be this short and this weird. None of them will be.

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The Best Frozen Moments From the 2013 EmmysLast night’s Emmys went by in a blur, as in it got so wearisome by the end that one’s eyeballs started rebelling. So here is one last clear look back at the nuances of the night that you may have missed while struggling to focus.

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WATCH: Will Ferrell Presents at Emmy Awards 2013Will Ferrell is hilarious as he presents the last two awards at the 2013 Emmy Awards. Check out the video here.

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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler steal the Emmys stageWatch the video Tina Fey and Amy Poehler steal the Emmys stage on Yahoo TV . From the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards Courtesy of Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and CBS Television Network.

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What You Missed While You Were Getting Ready For Breaking Bad: The Emmys Roundup 17 October,2013Lizzy Acker


Lizzy Acker

Lizzy Acker’s work has been published in Nano Fiction, Fanzine, Joyland, Eleven Eleven and elsewhere. She has read with Bang Out, RADAR, Quiet Lightening and others. Her first book, Monster Party, was released in December of 2010 by Small Desk Press.

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