20 Best, Worst and WTF Things We Saw at Emmys 2017

From Stephen Colbert getting political to Sean Spicer getting a podium – the highlights, low points and headscratchers from last night's Emmys

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Best: 'SNL,' Kate McKinnon Gets Recognition For a Landmark Season
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Best: 'SNL,' Kate McKinnon Gets Recognition For a Landmark Season

It was up against some stiff competition: Billy Eichner's guerrilla laughfest Billy on the Street, Comedy Central's soused Drunk History. But SNL snagged the award for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series, and we can definitely say: deservedly so. Between its sharp, funny bits both pre- and post-election – Kate McKinnon's Hillary Clinton impression earned her an Emmy this year, too – and its more absurd ones (hello, David S. Pumpkins), the 42nd season shined. (Though Lorne, this doesn't mean you're off the hook for that whole let's-let-Donald-Trump-host moment from two years ago.) AP

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