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Revisiting the Emmys: 2004 Writing Comedy Series
Arrested Development, Pilot
Frasier, Goodnight, Seattle
Scrubs, My Screw Up
Sex and the City, An American Girl in Paris: Part Deux
Sex and the City, The Ick Factor
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    gabspss
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    What SHOULD have won WRITING FOR A COMEDY SERIES in 2004?

    Did “Arrested Development” deservedly win? Should have “Frasier” or “Sex…” taken a final trophy? Or Emmys underdog “Scrubs” should’ve been crowded the winner here?

    It's about the chaotic editing in Moulin Rouge!

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    Did “Arrested Development” deservedly win?

    Yes.

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    I love the Scrubs episode but love the Arrested Development semi-sweep for season 1 even more. I just wish Jessica Walter or Will Arnett had won for the show at some point.

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    Arrested Development deserved its win, hands down

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    Arrested Development!

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    Arrested Development Pilot hands down

    My Screw Up and Goodnight Seattle would have been ok

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    I love the Scrubs episode but love the Arrested Development semi-sweep for season 1 even more. I just wish Jessica Walter or Will Arnett had won for the show at some point.

    I always thought it was odd AD never got a lot of love in the acting categories

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    It’s funny because while Arrested Development is one of my fave TV comedy series’ ever (the original that is…), the Frasier finale and Scrubs’ My Screw Up are two of my fave TV comedy episodes ever. Frasier definitely lost pace in the last few seasons but I did feel season 11 had a slight bounce back and most importantly, Goodnight Seattle did feel like a special finale all-in-all.

    Ultimately I was happy with Arrested Development winning because AD’s s1 writing felt like a game changer to TV comedy format, but I also would have been delighted with that Fraiser episode or that Scrubs episode winning it as-well.

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    Arrested Development definitely deserved the win for writing. Sex & the City should have submitted one of the episodes from the first half of season six, but nothing was stopping the pilot of Arrested Development from winning the Emmy.

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    Happy Arrested Development took the award, even if it wasn’t even close to being the best-written episode of its first season lol

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    Sex & the City should have submitted one of the episodes from the first half of season six

    I agree with this. Their strongest episodes, writing wise, were “The Post-It Never Sticks Twice” and “A Woman’s Right to Shoes”.

    It's about the chaotic editing in Moulin Rouge!

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    Happy Arrested Development took the award, even if it wasn’t even close to being the best-written episode of its first season lol

    I thought Pier Pressure was the best written episode for the first season

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