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: Standout 'Black Mirror' Episode 'San Junipero' Cleans Up
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Best: Standout 'Black Mirror' Episode 'San Junipero' Cleans Up

Charlie Brooker's British import is a Twilight Zone for our time, a pitch-black anthology serial about the ways humans warp and are warped by the technology at our fingertips. It's both surprising and encouraging that the usually cynical series' most hopeful episode, "San Junipero," won Black Mirror its first pair of Emmys — for Outstanding Television Movie and Writing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special. As a standalone mini-movie, it's a glistening piece of television: a beautifully filmed and acted love story between two women that delivers both on style and emotional heft. We could've done without Brooker awkwardly calling for a spontaneous orgy in his acceptance speech, but the sentiment is there: "Love will win." JS

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