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    Katherine Heigl won at 29 in 2007. It’s possible for young people to win.

    But that was when Knocked Up came out and let’s be honest, that win didn’t age too well.

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    Katherine Heigl won at 29 in 2007. It’s possible for young people to win.

    Not all young people have a ratings hit like Grey’s Anatomy to back up their performance and definitely not Garner.

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    Fair, but Heigel beat Chandra Wilson and Sandra Oh, despite both of them being older actresses from the same show.

    I think Knocked Up definitely had something to do with it as said above, they also probably thought they were going to get another chance to reward the others since they probably weren’t going to be able to reward Heigl later, and, not to sound like a SJW, but Uzo, Archie, and Thandie are also the only women of color to win in the category this century (all in this decade) out of how many nominees, so racism might have also had something to do with it.

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    Btw I’m sure your gay hormones were agitated when she blew up the Septum with Margarey inside.

    Honey, I’m gonna have to ask AGAIN to not use sexuality as a justification for something you dislike, it sound ridiculous and homophobic, so stop hating yourself because you are a bigger homosexual than all of us together.

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    I’d be fine just skipping the drama categories this year, honestly. These shows all made a grave mistake backing out because of GOT. Will this be the first time that most of 2020’s nominees will have aired before the end of 2019?

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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>I guess I really have to add Jodie Comer now to lead actress… Colman could have won this year. She’ll have A LOT of competition next year, I wonder if Netflix realizes that.</p>
    Also, Ozark should enjoy its moment in the spotlight, because that’ll end next year.

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    Colman might lose next year, but she should win for Season 4 once Big Little Lies is out of the way. As for Ozark, I think it will stick around next year. Right now, I’d predict Ozark in 5th for 2020 after Big Little Lies, The Crown, Better Call Saul, and Killing Eve unless if we get a breakout show next year.

    Don’t forget Handmaid’s

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    I will lose my mind of Sissy Spacek wins for sitting on a couch (I’ve only seen 6 episodes so far). I just can’t put in Susan Kalechi Watson; I really, really want to put her in, but if they snubbed Metz last year, why should Watson make it this year? I don’t think voters are watching TIU.

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