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Two best friends, Elliot the wanna be screenwriter, and John the aspiring actor, are lamenting their 30th birthdays. They haven’t made it. Loserdom is somewhat charming among the LA set in your 20s, but after 30? 368 more words


Patton Oswalt's Tribute To His Late Wife After Emmys Win Is Incredibly Moving

Since the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special was introduced in 2009, the category has been dominated by the Tony Awards and Louis C.K. 360 more words


Emmy Awards finally recognizes faves Maslany, Malek, and Anderson

Even more so than the annual Academy Awards for achievements in film, the Primetime Emmy Awards seem to either award the same thing every year or never get around to awarding series, actors, and creative voices that really push the bounds of the ordinary.  584 more words


Seen and Heard Backstage at the Primetime Emmys Awards

There was a common theme among the backstage remarks for the acting winners from “The People V. O.J. Simpson” — being part of the FX miniseries was nothing less than a life-changing experience. 710 more words


The Emmy Awards mostly get it right, except for "The Americans" snub. And the Giants are undefeated, the Browns are still the Browns, and more NFL Week 2 thoughts

The Emmy Awards, my favorite awards show of the year, was Sunday, and my excitement was higher than usual because finally, finally, finally!, the best show on TV, “The Americans,” got a whole bunch of nominations, after being shamefully ignored for the past three seasons. 944 more words

Patton Oswalt Reflects On His Late Wife Michelle McNamara: Emmys Backstage

“I’m not trying to say that this is meaningless,” said Patton Oswalt, who won an Emmy tonight in the variety special writing category for his Netflix stand-up show… 139 more words

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Jeff is forced out of his apartment and ends up living with Abed, becoming unmotivated to do anything but watch TV.  This provokes Britta to try to pull Jeff back into his materialistic life.  874 more words