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Emmys Flashback: Would have Peter Krause (Six Feet Under) won with ”I’m Sorry, I’m Lost”?

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  • Adri m.
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    I love Six Feet Under and it’s a shame that no actor other than Particia Clarkson has ever won an Emmy. But what was really controversial was the fact that Krause had a very powerful tape in 2003 and the Emmys didn’t let the episode to compete for the Emmys. Instead he went with ”Death Works Overtime” another good tape but nothing compaired to ”I’m Sorry, I’m Lost”. He lost to James Gandolfini, who submitted ”Whitecaps”. So would have Krause beat Gandolfini with the emotional season finale?

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    vinny
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    I thought James went with Whitcaps that year?

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    Adri m.
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    I thought James went with Whitcaps that year?

    Yeah you are right. Thank you 

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    vinny
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    [quote=”vinman422″]I thought James went with Whitcaps that year?

    Yeah you are right. Thank you [/quote]

    Np. I remembered because I wasn’t rooting for him and wanted Sheen to win .   

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    Adri m.
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    So what do you think? Would have Krause gone with the trophy with ”I’m Sorry, I’m Lost”?

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    Icky
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    No, Krause wouldn’t have won. ‘Whitecaps” was just too sterling. However, I probably would have voted for Krause myself with that submission. 

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    FrozenBarbie
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    the Emmys didn’t let the episode to compete for the Emmys.

    Can you refresh my memory on that? Why wasn’t it eligible?

    I loved SFU, too, and also thought it a shame none of the regular cast members won anything. But Gandolfini deserved the Emmy. 

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    Icky
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    [quote=”AdrinMolinaAndjar”]the Emmys didn’t let the episode to compete for the Emmys.

    Can you refresh my memory on that? Why wasn’t it eligible?

    I loved SFU, too, and also thought it a shame none of the regular cast members won anything. But Gandolfini deserved the Emmy. [/quote]

    It aired on June 1st. This was before the “hanging episodes” rule.

    James would have won either way. And he would have been a deserved winner no matter the other submissions. However, I would have voted for Krause. That was one of my top several episode of SFU. Krause gave a very complete perfromance in it. I don’t care for “Whitecaps” as many other ‘Sopranos’ fans, and I think James was slightly overshadowed by Falco.  

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    I checked IMDB and do not understand why they didn’t understand why they didn’t air the “SFU” finale in may when the 2nd last episode was on may 18th. They could aired the finale on the 25th and then he could have submitted it and would have been in 2nd place, because Gandolfini was too strong in that powerhouse extra-long finale. But I do wish Lauren Ambrose would have won for the 3rd season or Frances Conroy for the pilot which she was so strong in. I still don’t get why she did not win.

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    Adri m.
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    Yeah men that’s crazy. Each actor deserves an Emmy respectively. Also Michael C. Hall had a fantastic episode in the forth season ”That’s my Dog” which could have earned him an Emmy for sure. But he wasn’t nominated. He had every thing: screentime, full story arc, range, empathy and impact. 

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    FrozenBarbie
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    Yes, Francis Conroy should have won for the pilot, at least. That graveside scene alone was worthy. People have certainly won for lesser performances.

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    Tonbone
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    Yeah men that’s crazy. Each actor deserves an Emmy respectively. Also Michael C. Hall had a fantastic episode in the forth season ”That’s my Dog” which could have earned him an Emmy for sure. But he wasn’t nominated. He had every thing: screentime, full story arc, range, empathy and impact. 

        The episode “That’s my dog” astounded me too. I can’t believe it was
    snubbed for writing and directing maybe if they had 6 noninees back then
    Michael C Hall and would have deserved to win for that episode.

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    Icky
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    I’m not sure it was submitted to writing or directing. If it were snubbed it was snubbed because the reception of season four was mixed, and “That’s My Dog” in particular was very divisive. Not that I’m interested in debating about it again, but I thought the episode was trash. 

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    TomHardys
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    Now I’m legitimately curious… Why didn’t you like it?

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    probablyROB
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    I remember watching “That’s My Dog” when it aired and it literally took my breath away.  I was in my early twenties and had never seen anything like it before in a TV show.  It hasn’t aged terribly well, though.  I thought “Falling Into Place” was Krause’s best performance of all seasons.

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