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    2013 Golden Globe Awards

    Anyone watching the Golden Globe Awards tonight? I just started watching and it looks like the big surprise of the night was Bill Clinton introducing the movie "Lincoln" for consideration of the Best Picture: Drama.

    Here's who have won so far:

    BEST ACTRESS: COMEDY OR MUSICAL - Jennifer Lawrence, "Silver Linings Playbook"

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR - Christoph Waltz, "Django Unchained"

    BEST ORIGINAL SCORE - "Life of Pi"

    BEST ORIGINAL SONG - "Skyfall"

    Television Series - Drama - Homeland"

    Actor In A Television Series - Drama - Damian Lewis, "Homeland"

    Miniseries Or Motion Picture Made For Television - "Game Change"

    Actor In A Miniseries Or Motion Picture Made For Television - WINNER Kevin Costner, "Hatfields & Mccoys"

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS - WINNER Anne Hathaway, "Les Miserables"

    BEST SCREENPLAY - "Django Unchained"

    Actor In A Television Series -- Comedy Or Musical - Don Cheadle, "House Of Lies"

    BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM - "Amour"

    Actress In A Television Series - Drama - Claire Danes, "Homeland"
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    No surprise on Skyfall
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    Hi!

    I love Tina and Amy tonight. Need to see more!

    I have never even heard "salmon fishing in the Yemen' but now I want to see it.

    Love Lucy Liu's dress.
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    I'm watching, although I'm not terribly invested.

    I hake my head every year while watching this show. Who comes up with these presenting duos? They're so odd and random.

    Also, could the announcer pronounce "Les Miserables" correctly? He sounds like The Count from Sesame Street - "Les Miserabluh"

    I wasn't paying attention for a second and thought they gave Tarantino the Best Director award. Whew. It was just the screenplay award. Not that that isn't also important, but it's not directing.

    I liked Anne Hathaway's comment about Sally Field and the Flying Nun growing up to be Norma Rae.

    VERY upset at Kevin Costner's win over Benedict Cumberbatch. I keep having to tell myself that these awards are voted on by less than 100 people. I think it's only popular because they liquor everyone up during the ceremony.

    Best Actor in a Comedy is......(should be Louis C.K.)....Don Cheadle? Holy cow! I loved him in House of Lies, but wouldn't think he'd win in a million years.
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    I can't believe Cheadle did not win a Globe for 'Hotel Rwanda".
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    Eric Stonestreet should have won... so should have Jim Parsons...
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    Yeah, some of these awards have surprised me, too.

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    Thanks to Craig Ferguson, every time anyone says "House of Lies," I think "House of Pies."

    Nathan Fillion!

    Best Actress Drama.....gotta be Claire Danes....and I was right!

    I'm NOT happy that Mandy Patinkin didn't win. If Peter Dinklage wasn't even nominated, it needed to be Mandy. He gave the best performance by far of all the nominees....and I'm a fan of a number of them.
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    Damn, didn't Claire Danes have a baby like five minutes ago? Totally jealous. She looks amazing.
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    Re: 2013 Golden Globe Awards

    And the list continues...

    BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM - "Brave"

    Actress In A Television Series - Comedy Or Musical - Lena Dunham, "Girls" (What a tough field!)

    Cecil B. DeMille Award - Jodie Foster - wow, she looks fantastic. And what an amazing body of work.

    BEST DIRECTOR - Ben Affleck, "Argo"
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