The 2014 Golden Globe Awards' Best and Worst Moments

From soaring highs (Amy and Tina!) to awkward lows (teleprompter fails), a full recap of Hollywood's booziest night
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HIGH: Amy Poehler & Tina Fey Ruling Everything

Returning super-hostesses Tiny Fey and Amy Poehler started crushing the 2014 Globes days before the ceremony even took place, announcing the fresh rules for their official drinking game ("Every time I drink, everybody at home should drink," said Poehler. "And if Bryan Cranston speaks, everybody has to do a little bit of meth. Just a touch, because that's all you need, just a touch.") The pair skewered George Clooney's dating habits so righteously during their opening monologue, the camera crew had time to cut to six (!) different reaction shots in the crowd. Poehler even wedged in a joke nobody over the age of 20 in the room got ("A lot of nominated shows are on Netflix this year. Enjoy it while it lasts, Netflix, because you're not going to be feeling so smug in a couple of years when Snapchat is up here accepting Best Drama"). They introduced Melissa McCartney as the "cursing consultant on The Wolf of Wall Street." They mocked Michael Bay's CES meltdown. And on top of all that, their hair looked damn good. 

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