Golden Globes 2015's 20 Best and Worst Moments

From the hosts' Bill Cosby impersonations to the heartfelt speeches, here are the highlights (and low points) of everyone's favorite tipsy awards show

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BEST: Wes Anderson Ribbing the HFPA
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BEST: Wes Anderson Ribbing the HFPA

Rocking a lovely checkered shirt and bowtie combination, Wes Anderson started his acceptance speech for Best Director for a Motion Picture, Comedy (for The Grand Budapest Hotel) for mentioning who he wasn't going to thank: his cast, his crew, his early supporters James L. Brooks and Polly Platt. "Instead, I'm going to focus on the membership of the Hollywood Foreign Press," he drolly declared, before whipping out a long series of foreign-sounding names, each of which could have been the moniker of a Wes Anderson character. It was odd and irreverent, unsentimental and sublimely witty — in other words, exactly what you would want a Wes Anderson acceptance speech to be.

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