In no particular order...
- Billy Bush is an idiot.
- I need to get caught up on Mad Men. (Luckily, AMC will be rerunning the first season Sundays at midnight starting on January 21st.)
- As someone who hasn't seen Mad Men (see above), I guess I can't gripe (educatedly, at least) about Michael C. Hall and Hugh Laurie losing out on Best Actor. Still, I didn't see it coming, and I'm definitely disappointed.
- It's a damn good thing Tina Fey won for Best Actress, because after Alec Baldwin and 30 Rock lost, I was about to start a riot up in here. ("Here" being the designated living room corner of my studio apartment.)
- On a related note, I love David Duchovny as much as the next obsessed X-Files fan, but seriously? Over Alec Baldwin? I mean, I know they like to spread out the wealth, but did they SEE that therapy scene? And Californication is barely a comedy!
- Charlie Wilson's War was supposed to be a comedy?
- How did Juno not win anything?! It was the best movie I saw all year! (And yes, that includes No Country for Old Men. I'm apparently one of those philistines who thinks that you should probably have to write a damn ending for your movie in order to win the Golden Globe for Best Screenplay, at least over a movie as brilliantly written as Juno. Go ahead and judge me--I'm just not a Coen Brothers kind of gal. I won't begrudge Sweeney Todd, since that's a really tough musical to adapt to the big screen, and they did a great job. And I didn't see La Vie En Rose, so I suppose I can't speak to the acting award. But seriously? They couldn't have thrown Juno the writing award?)