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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Worst: So Many Predictable Wins
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Worst: So Many Predictable Wins

Not that the Emmys are known for wholeheartedly embracing change, but would it kill the voters to award some new people in certain categories? Julia Louis-Dreyfus is a national treasure, but this is also the fourth year in a row she's won the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy award. (We wanted better for you, Amy Poehler.) Ditto Alison Janney, who was nominated twice this year and won once (after being nominated — and winning! — twice in 2014), and The Daily Show, which won its 18th Emmy in a crowded field that included the critically acclaimed Last Week Tonight With John Oliver and Key & Peele. At least we can be grateful that Veep broke Modern Family’s way-too-long winning streak for Outstanding Comedy Series. AP

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