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    Forgot to add, I agree that Mariska is more beautiful than her mother.
    Mariska's very natural, her mother went for the fake bombshell look and it didn't suit her.
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    Re: 2010 Emmy Awards

    Kyra was a surprise

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    Not keen on Tina Fey's dress, but January Jones gets worst dressed for me.
    Someone tackle Sedgewick and get me that dress.
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    The combination of Panjabi winning, and Marguiles and Baranski losing? Wow. Shocked.

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    Kyra! Is this her fifth nomination!? So happy for her!

    Okay, but I really hate it when people write down a speech. I'd rather they just speak off the cuff, even if it's awkward. I like it when they're spontaneous.

    The two actors - Boris and the actress whose name I don't know, are in JJ Abrams new show, Undercovers and if they're playing cops, I think they'll be winning any contest, fluff!

    Variety show awards.... Just happy to see Conan again, even in those little clips.
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    Ricky Gervais makes everything better.

    Even BEFORE the beer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krom;4051556;
    Ricky Gervais makes everything better.

    Even BEFORE the beer!
    I'll second that.

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    So how does this streaming work? Are people walking around outside during commercials or is it replaying the pre-show?

    Edit: Oh it must be a recording because you can rewind and fast-forward it. Wow, what is Anna Paquin wearing?
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    Notice how the NBC guy didn't get played off, even though he was rambling... (it was rambling about Ebersol and company, so no wonder the director held back).

    Oh man. It would have been SO sweet if Conan and his boys had won right after Ebersol's mouthpiece. Alas, it was not meant to be...

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    I love The Daily Show, but I would have loved to see Conan take it, just to stick it to Leno and NBC on NBC.
    ITA Krom - Ricky Gervais makes everything better! He should host every awards show. He just says whatever he wants and I think he kind of scares people, which is always good. He's got some of the best comic timing of any actor working today.
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