Are we smarter than the EMMY producers?

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  • Tonbone
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    Whoever produced this year’s EMMYS missed out on a lot of great chances for amazing presenters and presenter pairs up on stage. Lisa Kudrow and her former co-star Matt Leblanc were both nominated they could have had both present and make it a reunion. Bryan Cranston won his last EMMY last year so to have him back this year presenting best drama actor would have been awesome (Although Tina Fey presenting it was cool because we know her and Jon Hamm are friends) Julianna Marguiles who presented for four years in a row even the other time she was snubbed could have presented something to show she is a good sport. Jon Hamm should have presented something because everytime he presented something it was amazing and funny. Finally as Marcus mentioned since The X-Files will be back having Gillian Anderson and David Duchnovy presenting something in the drama category would have been so smart. That would have been 10X better than Tracy Morgan presenting best drama, that was disgusting I don’t really care for that he is a comedian why would he not present a comedy category?? What do you all think were these all great ideas they missed out on or were the presenters okay?

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    That Don Guy
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    Having somebody come back after a health problem to present the last award seems to be a “thing.”  One year, John Wayne missed an Oscars; the next, he’s presenting Best Picture.  Also, Michael J. Fox (“steady as a rock!”) presented the last award at the Emmys not that many years ago.

    One problem is, how many of these people are tired of everybody who suggests a reunion every time they happen to be in the same building?  You have a case for Duchovny & Anderson, as the Emmys were on Fox, which is bringing back their show in January, and I suppose you could have swapped the Comedy Series and Drama Series categories so they could have still ended with Morgan, but presenting in Comedy.

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    24Emmy
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    Bryan Cranston won his last EMMY last year so to have him back this year presenting best drama actor would have been awesome (Although Tina Fey presenting it was cool because we know her and Jon Hamm are friends)

    There’s no need for that. They can wait until next year when he’ll be back as a nominee.

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    Tonbone
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    Why will Cranston be nominated next year?? 

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    Atypical
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    ^ ^ ^ “All the Way”

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    Riley
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    Not pairing John Stamos with Rob Lowe was another missed opportunity.

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