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    Game of Thrones(AGAIN) over The Americans in 2018 is just gross.

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    Also, David Harbour should’ve beaten Peter Dinklage in 2018 easily. His performance was far superior.

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    -Lange and Paulson being beat for Asylum. Asylum not winning for Limited Series.

    -While Danes is always fantastic and was in no way undeserving of her repeat win, Vera Farmiga never won a single major award for her work on Bates Motel.

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    Why did Patricia Eaton win back-to-back awards in 2000 and 2001 when Sarah Jessica Parker was right there?

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    ^Tape system, all of the Raymond cast always picked the best knee-slapping showcases to submit.

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    Why did James Spader beat Hugh Laurie in 2005 and James Gandolfini in 2007?

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    The Practice over the first season of The Sopranos is pretty bad but nothing can top that terrible Best Directing win for Jason Bateman last year.

    The Oscar needs to get rid of the preferential ballot so it can name a deserving movie as Best Picture again.

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    For Prime Suspect: The Final Act? You are insane.

    I am not. I just think this was a big missed opportunity to reward a black actor and a TV film that supported the LGBT+ community and it would have been something for the AIDS movement. Imagine what Queen’s speech would’ve been.

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    Why did James Spader beat Hugh Laurie in 2005 and James Gandolfini in 2007?

    David Kelley wrote him great speeches in his submitted episodes

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    David Kelley wrote him great speeches in his submitted episodes

    That’s a really stupid reason for beating two of the best TV performances of the 2000s.

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    It’s really hard to argue against Tony Soprano, but it’s a shame Martin Sheen never won for The West Wing. I’d give him the award over Gandolfini in 2000.

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    1994: Michael Richards(Seinfeld) over Jason Alexander(Seinfeld).

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    -Lange and Paulson being beat for Asylum. Asylum not winning for Limited Series.

    If there had been separate limited and TV movie categories that year (they were combined for a few years), Asylum should have been the easy winner. I don’t know if Murder House would have won the year before, though.

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    Why did Patricia Eaton win back-to-back awards in 2000 and 2001 when Sarah Jessica Parker was right there?

    Patricia Heaton had a very good submission in 2000 with “Full Moon Rising” – It’s that time of month for Debra and Ray walks on egg shells to avoid the mood swings. Encouraged by Robert, Frank, and fiends, Ray buys pills that are supposed to help her mood. Debra is not pleased. I think people were expecting Jane Kaczmarek to win.

    I did not expect Patricia Heaton to win for “The Canister” in 2001. The Canister – Marie thinks Debra has her canister, but Debra says she doesn’t. But when Debra finds it in Ally’s room, she gets Ray and Robert to help her sneak it back into Marie’s house.

    I expected either Debra Messing to win for Lows in the Mid 80s from Will & Grace or Jane Kaczmarek for Flashback.

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    1994: Michael Richards(Seinfeld) over Jason Alexander(Seinfeld).

    I remember watching the Emmys that year and I expected David Hyde Pierce to win for Frasier in 1994. It is a shame that Jason Alexander never won for Seinfeld.

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