20 Best, Worst and WTF Things We Saw at 2015 Emmy Awards

From Andy Samberg's musical opening to presenter do's and don'ts, the cream and crud of last night's show

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Best: 'Olive Kitteridge' Cleans Up
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Best: 'Olive Kitteridge' Cleans Up

Bill Murray  was a no-show, but the Kitteridge team made the most of their time onstage and star Frances McDormand gave the most brief, but still affecting, acceptance speech of the night: "We're all here for the power of a story well told. Sometimes that's enough." HBO’s adaptation of Elizabeth Strout's quietly devastating book was, well, equally devastating, and it deserved to sweep its category (Limited Series or Movie). From writer Jane Anderson's enthusiastic, nimble dance to the podium to costar Richard Jenkins' respect for the formidable women behind the project (including director Lisa Cholodenko), each successive score for the four-hour miniseries felt even more deserved than the last. PR

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