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    Hi, everybody! 

    I’ve been a reader of Goldderby for years, but I haven’t post any
    comments since the move to these new boards. Every year, when September comes, I
    usually announce my own personal television awards, the Vato Awards, and I
    thought it would be fun to share with you what my choices are. I don’t live in
    the USA, so I don’t watch some shows (like variety shows or TV Movies, for
    example), so these awards will only focus on Drama and Comedy categories.

    In a few moments, I will post the list of
    nominees for the 5th Annual Vato Awards. I will start announcing the winners
    tomorrow. Feel free to comment! Hope you enjoy it! 😉

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    (*Winners are in bold)

    5th Annual Vato Awards
    OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES
    Boardwalk Empire (HBO)
    Breaking Bad (AMC)
    Homeland (Showtime)
    Justified (FX)
    Mad Men (AMC)
    Sons of Anarchy (FX)
     
    OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
    Bryan Cranston for
    playing Walter White on Breaking Bad

    Kelsey Grammer for playing Mayor Tom Kane on
    Boss
    Jon Hamm for playing Don Draper on Mad Men
    Charlie Hunnam for playing Jackson “Jax” Teller
    on Sons of Anarchy
    Damian Lewis for playing Nicholas Brody on
    Homeland
    Timothy Olyphant for playing Raylan Givens on
    Justified
     
    OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES
    Glenn Close for playing Patty Hewes on Damages
    Claire Danes for
    playing Carrie Mathison on Homeland

    Julianna Margulies for playing Alicia Florrick
    on The Good Wife
    Elisabeth Moss for playing Peggy Olson on Mad
    Men
    Emmy Rossum for playing Fiona Gallagher on
    Shameless
    Katey Sagal for playing Gemma Teller Morrow on
    Sons of Anarchy
     
    OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
    Peter Dinklage for
    playing Tyrion Lannister on Game of Thrones

    Giancarlo Esposito for playing Gustavo ‘Gus’
    Fring on Breaking Bad
    John Goodman for playing Howard T. Erickson on
    Damages
    Aaron Paul for playing Jesse Pinkman on
    Breaking Bad
    Ron Pearlman for playing Clarence ‘Clay’ Morrow
    on Sons of Anarchy
    Michael Pitt for playing James ‘Jimmy’ Darmody
    on Boardwalk Empire
     
    OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A DRAMA
    SERIES
    Christine Baranski for playing Diane Lockhart
    on The Good Wife
    Lena Headey for playing Cersei Lannister on
    Game of Thrones
    Christina Hendricks
    for playing Joan Harris on Mad Men

    Kelly Macdonald for playing Margaret Schroeder
    on Boardwalk Empire
    Gretchen Mol for playing Gillian Darmody on
    Boardwalk Empire
    Monica Potter for playing Kristina Braverman on
    Parenthood
     
    OUTSTANDING GUEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
    John Corbett for playing Seth Holt on
    Parenthood
    Erik LaRay Harvey for playing Dunn Purnsley on
    Boardwalk Empire
    Neal McDonough for
    playing Robert Quarles on Justified

    Chris Messina for playing Chris Sanchez on
    Damages
    Matthew Perry for playing Mike Kresteva on The
    Good Wife
    Mykelti Williamson for playing Ellstin
    Limehouse on Justified
     
    OUTSTANDING GUEST ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES
    Joan Cusack for playing Sheila Jackson on
    Shameless
    Louise Fletcher for playing Peg Gallagher on
    Shameless
    Lucy Liu for playing Officer Jessica Tang on Southland
    Carrie Preston for
    playing Elsbeth Tascioni on The Good Wife

    Jean Smart for playing D.A. Roseanna Remmick on
    Harry’s Law
    Maura Tierney for playing Kelly McPhee on
    Rescue Me
     
    OUTSTANDING ENSEMBLE CAST IN A DRAMA SERIES
    Boss
    (Rotimi
    Akinosho; Tim Decker; Martin Donovan; Nicole Forester; Troy Garrity; Kelsey
    Grammer; Kevin Gudahl; Francis Guinan; Ricardo Gutierrez; Jeff Hephner; Doug
    James; James Vincent Meredith; Joe Minoso; Tony Mockus; Jennifer Mudge; Connie
    Nielsen; David Pasquesi; Tamberla Perry; Kathleen Robertson; Christian Stolte; Daniel
    J. Travanti; Hannah Ware)
    Game of Thrones
    (Amrita
    Acharia; Alfie Allen; Nonso Anozie; Esmé Bianco; John Bradley; Oona Chaplin; Gwendoline
    Christie; Emilia Clarke; Steven Cole; Nikolaj Coster-Waldau; Ben Crompton; Liam
    Cunningham; Charles Dance; Joe Depmsie; Stephen Dillane; Peter Dinklage;
    Michelle Fairley; Jerome Flynn; Aidan Gillen; Jack Gleeson; Iain Glen; Julian
    Glover; Kit Harrington; Ben Hawkey; Lena Headey; Conleth Hill; Ralph Ineson; Finn
    Jones; Sibel Kekilli; Richard Madden; Rory McCann; Roxanne McKee; Kristian
    Nairn; Art Parkinson; Mark Stanley; Donald Sumpter; Natalia Tena; Sophie
    Turner; Carice van Houten; Maisie Williams; Tom Wlaschiha; Isaac Hempstead
    Wright)
    The Good Wife
    (Christine
    Baranski; Josh Charles; Alan Cumming; Matt Czuchry; Julianna Margulies; Chris
    Noth; Archie Panjabi; Graham Phillips; Makenzie Vega)
    Mad Men
    (Mason Vale Cotton; Embeth Davidtz; Ben
    Feldman; Jay R. Ferguson; Jon Hamm; Jared Harris; Christina Hendricks; January
    Jones; Vincent Kartheiser; Robert Morse; Elisabeth Moss; Jessica Paré; Teyonah
    Parris; Kiernan Shipka; John Slattery; Rich Sommer; Christopher Stanley; Aaron
    Staton)

    Smash
    (Joshua
    Bergasse; Neal Bledsoe; Christian Borle; Jaime Cepero; Will Chase; Emory Cohen;
    Jack Davenport; Ann Harada; Megan Hilty; Anjelica Huston; Raza Jaffrey; Brian
    d’Arcy James; Thorsten Kaye; Jenny Laroche; Katharine McPhee; Debra Messing;
    Leslie Odom, Jr.; Phillip Spaeth; Wesley Taylor; Savannah Wise; Tom Wright)
    Southland
    (Michael
    Cudlitz; Shawn Hatosy; C. Thomas Howell; Regina King; Lucy Liu; Ben McKenzie;
    Jamie McShane; Dorian Missick)
     
    OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES EPISODE
    Boardwalk Empire
    for episode
    “Under God’s Power She Flourishes”
    (Written by
    Howard Korder; Directed by Allen Coulter)
    Breaking Bad
    for episode “Crawl Space”

    (Written by George Mastras & Sam Catlin;
    Directed by Scott Winant)

    Homeland
    for episode
    “Marine One”
    (Story by
    Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon; Teleplay by Alex Gansa & Chip Johannessen;
    Directed by Michael Cuesta)
    Justified
    for episode “Slaughterhouse”
    (Story by
    Graham Yost; Teleplay by Fred Golan; Directed by Dean Parisot)
    Mad Men
    for episode
    “Commissions and Fees”
    (Written by
    Andre & Maria Jacquemetton; Directed by Christopher Manly)
    Mad Men
    for episode “Far
    Away Places
    (Written by
    Semi Chellas & Matthew Weiner; Directed by Scott Hornbacher)
     
    OUTSTANDING COMEDY SERIES
    Community
    (NBC)
    Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO)
    Louie (FX)
    Modern Family (ABC)
    Parks and Recreation (NBC)
    Raising Hope (FOX)
     
    OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES
    Alec Baldwin for playing Jack Donaghy on 30
    Rock
    Louis C.K. for playing Louie on Louie
    Larry David for playing Himself on Curb Your
    Enthusiasm
    Garrett Dillahunt for playing Burt Chance on
    Raising Hope
    Joel McHale for playing Jeff Winger on
    Community
    Jim Parsons for playing  Sheldon Cooper on The Big Bang Theory
     
    OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES
    Marcia Cross for
    playing Bree Van De Kamp on Desperate Housewives

    Laura Dern for playing Amy Jellicoe on
    Enlightened
    Tina Fey for playing Liz Lemon on 30 Rock
    Julia Louis-Dreyfus for playing Selina Meyer on
    Veep
    Martha Plimpton for playing Virginia Chance on
    Raising Hope
    Amy Poehler for playing Leslie Knope on Parks
    and Recreation
     
    OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES
    Ty Burrell for playing Phil Dunphy on Modern
    Family
    Jesse Tyler Ferguson for playing Mitchell
    Pritchett on Modern Family
    Jason Gann for playing Wilfred on Wilfred
    Max Greenfield for playing Schmidt on New Girl
    Nick Offerman for playing Ron Swanson on Parks
    and Recreation
    Jim Rash for playing
    Dean Pelton on Community

     
    OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A COMEDY
    SERIES
    Mayim Bialik for playing Amy Farrah Fowler on
    The Big Bang Theory
    Julie Bowen for
    playing Claire Dunphy on Modern Family

    Gillian Jacobs for playing Britta Perry on
    Community
    Jane Krakowski for playing Jenna Maroney on 30
    Rock
    Wendie Mallick for playing Victoria Chase on
    Hot in Cleveland
    Eden Sher for playing Sue Heck on The Middle
     
    OUTSTANDING GUEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES
    Jason Beghe for playing Richard Bates on
    Californication
    Victor Garber for playing Willy on The Big C
    Rob Lowe for playing
    Eddie Nero on Californication

    John Mahoney for playing Roy on Hot in
    Cleveland
    Paul Rudd for playing Bobby Newport on Parks
    and Recreation
    Doug Stanhope for playing Eddie Mack on Louie
     
    OUTSTANDING GUEST ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES
    Patricia Clarkson for playing Tammy One on
    Parks and Recreation
    Drea de Matteo for playing Holly on
    Californication
    Kathryn Hahn for playing Jennifer Barkley on
    Parks and Recreation
    Dot-Marie Jones for
    playing Shannon Beiste on Glee

    Joan Rivers for playing Herself on Louie
    Mary Steenburgen for playing Catherine Newman
    on Wilfred
     
    OUTSTANDING ENSEMBLE CAST IN A COMEDY SERIES
    Community
    (Alison Brie;
    Yvetee Nicole Brown; Chevy Chase; Richard Erdman; Donald Glover; Gillian
    Jacobs; Ken Jeong; Joel McHale; Danny Pudi; Jim Rash)
    Cougar Town
    (Dan Byrd; Robert
    Clendenin; Courteney Cox; Ian Gomez; Josh Hopkins; Christa Miller; Busy
    Phillips; Brian Van Holt)
    Hot in Cleveland
    (Valerie
    Bertinelli; Jane Leeves; Wendie Mallick; Betty White)
    The Middle
    (Neil Flynn;
    Patricia Heaton; Charlie McDermott; Atticus Shaffer; Eden Sher)
    Modern Family
    (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons; Julie Bowen; Ty
    Burrell; Jesse Tyler Ferguson; Nolan Gould; Sarah Hyland; Ed O’Neill; Rico
    Rodriguez; Eric Stonestreet; Sofia Vergara; Ariel Winter)

    Raising Hope
    (Greg
    Binkley; Baylie Cregut; Rylie Cregut; Garrett Dillahunt; Cloris Leachman,; Lucas
    Neff; Martha Plimpton; Shannon Woodard)
     
    OUTSTANDING COMEDY SERIES EPISODE
    Community
    for episode
    “Pillows and Blankets”
    (Written by
    Andy Bobrow; Directed by Tristram Shapeero)
    Community
    for episode “Remedial Chaos Theory”

    (Written by Chris McKenna; Directed by Jeff
    Melman)

    Louie
    for episode
    “Pregnant”
    (Written and Directed
    by Louis C.K.)
    Modern Family
    for episode
    “Little Bo Bleep”
    (Written by
    Cindy Chupack; Directed by Chris Koch)
    Modern Family
    for episode
    “Baby on Board”
    (Written by
    Abraham Higginbotham; Directed by Steven Levitan)
    Parks and Recreation
    for episode
    “The Trial of Leslie Knope”
    (Written by
    Dan Goor & Michael Schur; Directed by Dean Holland)

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    Nominations- Totals:

    Community
    – 7
    Mad Men– 7
    Modern Family– 7
    Parks and Recreation– 7

    Boardwalk Empire
    – 6

    Breaking Bad
    – 5
    The Good Wife– 5
    Justified– 5
    Louie– 5

    Homeland
    – 4
    Raising Hope– 4
    Sons of Anarchy– 4
    Californication– 3
    Damages– 3
    Game of Thrones– 3
    Hot in Cleveland– 3
    Shameless– 3
    30 Rock– 3
    The Big Bang Theory– 2
    Boss– 2
    Curb Your Enthusiasm– 2
    The Middle– 2
    Parenthood– 2
    Southland– 2
    Wilfred– 2
    The Big C– 1
    Cougar Town– 1
    Desperate Housewives
    1
    Enlightened– 1
    Glee– 1
    Harry’s Law– 1
    New Girl– 1
    Rescue Me– 1
    Smash– 1
    Veep– 1

    NBC- 21
    FX- 17
    HBO- 13
    AMC- 12
    ABC- 11
    Showtime- 11
    CBS- 7
    FOX- 6
    DirecTV- 3
    TV Land- 3
    Starz- 2
     TNT- 2

     

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    I will start announcing the winners in a few moments. Feel free to comment! 😉

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    Thank you for not ignoring the great ensemble of Hot in Cleveland! 🙂

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    The nominees for OUTSTANDING GUEST ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES are:

    Joan Cusack for playing Sheila Jackson on Shameless
    Louise
    Fletcher for playing Peg Gallagher on Shameless
    Lucy
    Liu for playing Officer Jessica Tang on Southland
    Carrie
    Preston for playing Elsbeth Tascioni on The Good Wife
    Jean
    Smart for playing D.A. Roseanna Remmick on Harry’s Law
    Maura
    Tierney for playing Kelly McPhee on Rescue Me

    And the
    Vato Award goes to…

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    OUTSTANDING GUEST
    ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES
    Carrie Preston for
    playing Elsbeth Tascioni on The Good Wife

    Previous winners:
    2011: Margo Martindale for playing
    Mags Bennett on Justified
    2010: Maura Tierney for
    playing Kelly McPhee on Rescue Me
    2009: Melinda McGraw for
    playing Bobbie Barrett on Mad Men
    2008: Mira Sorvino for playing
    Dr. Cate Milton on House

    Comment:
    This is really one of the strongest
    categories of the year. All of these actresses had fantastic guest arcs and any
    of them could’ve won this. Jean Smart was a good fit to Harry’s Law. I didn’t
    watch all 22 episodes of the show’s second season, but it feels like David E.
    Kelly fixed all of the elements that weren’t working in season one. The show
    really improved this year, and all of the changes were welcomed. Jean Smart’s
    addition to the cast was one of the best things about season two, and it’s a
    shame the show didn’t survive to come back for a third season. Maura Tierney
    already won this award two years ago for her first appearance on Rescue Me, and
    she was just as amazing in these final episodes of the show. Her performance in
    the episode “Brownies” is completely Emmy worthy. Even though Shameless was not
    as good as it was last year, this was Joan Cusack’s best season. In some
    episodes, it seemed like the writers didn’t really knew what to do with Sheila,
    but once they paired her with Louise Fletcher, Cusack shined in every scene she
    was in. And her performance in the season finale was equally strong.

    Of all the things I’ve seen her in, I think Officer
    Jessica Tang may be one of the best roles Lucy Liu ever played. Her scenes with
    Michael Cudlitz were one of the best moments of Southland’s third season and
    her performance really amazed me, as things got more and more complicated for
    Jessica. She had a good run on the show and I’m sad she won’t be back next
    season. Louise Fletcher was one of the best things about Shameless’ second
    season. Peg was a horrible person, but Fletcher’s performance just made me hate
    loving her and her last episode was just bizarre and sad. It really was one of
    the strongest performances of the year. Finally, Carrie Preston. She was really
    fun to watch in previous seasons of the show, but this year she just outshined
    every single actor she worked with. Elsbeth Tascioni is one of the show’s best
    recurring characters, and Preston’s performance is one of the reasons that’s
    true. She has a terrific comedic timing, playing Elsbeth’s weirdness in a very
    perfect way, but at the same time she makes the audience to relate with her and
    to be routing for her. Watching Carrie Preston on The Good Wife was a delight
    and just proved how horribly wasted she is on True Blood (I still haven’t
    watched season 5).

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    Thank you for not ignoring the great ensemble of Hot in Cleveland! 🙂

    Thanks for your comment! 😉

    Hot in Cleveland has its problems, but the ensemble is one of the strongest currently working on television. The chemistry between those four ladies is really fantastic. I love Wendie Mallick in this show, she is hilarious as Victoria. 

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    The
    nominees for
    OUTSTANDING GUEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES are:

    Jason
    Beghe for playing Richard Bates on Californication
    Victor
    Garber for playing Willy on The Big C
    Rob
    Lowe for playing Eddie Nero on Californication
    John
    Mahoney for playing Roy on Hot in Cleveland
    Paul
    Rudd for playing Bobby Newport on Parks and Recreation
    Doug
    Stanhope for playing Eddie Mack on Louie

    And the Vato Award goes to…

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    OUTSTANDING GUEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES
    Rob Lowe for playing
    Eddie Nero on Californication

    Previous winners:
    2011: Tom Noonan for playing
    Dr. Haveford on Louie
    2010: Jason Alexander for
    playing Himself on Curb Your Enthusiasm
    2009: Glynn Turman for
    playing George Valentine on Scrubs
    2008: Craig T. Nelson for
    playing Warden Jerry Hazelwood on My Name is Earl

    Comment:
    This was
    a very weak year for this category. These are the six performances I liked the
    most, but none of them sounds award worthy to me. I ended up picking Rob Lowe
    because I love that character so much. He really does an outstanding job
    playing Eddie Nero, although I think he had better material last year. This is
    also Californication’s first Vato Award ever in 16 nominations (including a
    nomination for Outstanding Comedy Series in 2009 and three consecutive nominations
    for David Duchovny for the first three seasons of the show).

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    The
    nominees for OUTSTANDING GUEST ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES are:

    Patricia Clarkson for playing
    Tammy One on Parks and Recreation
    Drea de Matteo for playing Holly
    on Californication
    Kathryn Hahn for playing Jennifer
    Barkley on Parks and Recreation
    Dot-Marie Jones for playing
    Shannon Beiste on Glee
    Joan Rivers for playing Herself
    on Louie
    Mary Steenburgen for playing
    Catherine Newman on Wilfred

    And the
    Vato Award goes to…

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    OUTSTANDING
    GUEST ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES
    Dot-Marie
    Jones for playing Shannon Beiste on Glee

    Previous
    winners:
    2011:
    Gwyneth Paltrow for playing Holly Holliday on Glee
    2010:
    Kristin Chenoweth for playing April Rhodes on Glee
    2009: Amy
    Ryan for playing Holly Flax on The Office

    2008:
    Elaine Stritch for playing Colleen Donaghy on 30 Rock

    Comment:
    Just like Guest Actor in a Comedy Series,
    this was a very disappointing season for this category. I love these 6
    performances very much, but it’s really hard to pick one as the absolute best.
    Patricia Clarkson would’ve been a good choice, but I decided to recognize Dot-Marie
    Jones. I know many of you that are reading are going to find this win very odd,
    but I really enjoyed Jones’ presence this season on Glee. The writing was
    terrible throughout the season, but Dot-Marie Jones did the best she could to
    elevate the material she was given. Every time the show focused on her, it was guaranteed
    we were going to be presented by a great performance from Jones.

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    The
    nominees for OUTSTANDING GUEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES are:

    John Corbett for playing Seth
    Holt on Parenthood
    Erik LaRay Harvey for playing
    Dunn Purnsley on Boardwalk Empire
    Neal McDonough for playing Robert
    Quarles on Justified
    Chris Messina for playing Chris
    Sanchez on Damages
    Matthew Perry for playing Mike
    Kresteva on The Good Wife
    Mykelti Williamson for playing
    Ellstin Limehouse on Justified

    And the
    Vato Award goes to…

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    OUTSTANDING
    GUEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
    Neal
    McDonough for playing Robert Quarles on Justified

    Previous
    winners:
    2011:
    Cress Williams for playing Ornette Howard on Friday Night Lights

    2010:
    John Lithgow for playing Arthur Miller on Dexter

    2009:
    Alan Tudyk for playing Alpha on Dollhouse

    2008:
    Glynn Turman for playing Alex Prince, Sr. on In Treatment

    Comment:
    If the
    Emmys wanted to nominate someone from Parenthood in this category, then they
    should’ve picked John Corbett instead of Jason Ritter. That was a very emotional
    performance from him and very different to what he did for three seasons in
    United States of Tara (he was nominated for a Vato Award for Supporting Actor
    in a Comedy Series in 2010 for that role). Erik LaRay Harvey was a true scene
    stealer in Boardwalk Empire’s brilliant second season. He gave perfect
    performances in every scene he was in. Matthew Perry was a good surprise on The
    Good Wife. His scenes with Julianna Margulies and Chris Noth were really well
    done. He was so consistent during his arc, that it made me miss his days on
    Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. It would be so awesome if he could come back for
    season four, even with Go On getting good ratings. Chris Messina was one of the
    MVP’s for Damages this year. He really was robbed of a nomination by the Emmys.
    His performance was really that good, and I would not have any problems with
    him winning an award for that show.

    But then there are the
    Justified guys. I placed Neal McDonough in this category because he was billed
    as a guest star during the entire season, and it turned out to be really hard
    to choose between him and Mykelti Williamson. Those are two of the best
    performances of the year, two villains that I’m not going to forget any time
    sooner. Williamson would’ve been a fantastic winner, but I have to give this to
    Neal McDonough. Robert Quarles was a dangerous mad men and McDonough played it so
    well. Considering the fact that Jeremy Davies just won this award at the Emmys,
    I have a feeling that had McDonough submitted himself as a guest actor he would’ve
    won the Emmy last weekend.

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    The
    nominees for OUTSTANDING ENSEMBLE CAST IN A COMEDY SERIES are:

    Community
    (Alison Brie; Yvette
    Nicole Brown; Chevy Chase; Richard Erdman; Donald Glover; Gillian Jacobs; Ken
    Jeong; Joel McHale; Danny Pudi; Jim Rash)
    Cougar Town
    (Dan Byrd; Robert Clendenin; Courteney Cox; Ian
    Gomez; Josh Hopkins; Christa Miller; Busy Phillips; Brian Van Holt)
    Hot in Cleveland
    (Valerie Bertinelli; Jane Leeves; Wendie Mallick;
    Betty White)
    The Middle
    (Neil Flynn; Patricia Heaton; Charlie McDermott;
    Atticus Shaffer; Eden Sher)
    Modern Family
    (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons; Julie Bowen; Ty Burrell;
    Jesse Tyler Ferguson; Nolan Gould; Sarah Hyland; Ed O’Neill; Rico Rodriguez;
    Eric Stonestreet; Sofia Vergara; Ariel Winter)
    Raising Hope
    (Greg Binkley; Baylie Cregut; Rylie Cregut;
    Garrett Dillahunt; Cloris Leachman,; Lucas Neff; Martha Plimpton; Shannon
    Woodard)

    And the Vato Award goes to…

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