Emmys 2014's 20 Best and Worst Moments

From a final 'Breaking Bad' victory lap to Seth Meyers' hosting duties, the highs and lows of television's big night

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BEST: Aaron Paul Being Aaron Paul
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BEST: Aaron Paul Being Aaron Paul

No one expected Aaron Paul to go onstage and yell "Emmy, bitches" in his best Pinkmanesque voice when he won the Best Supporting Actor in a Drama series yet again. But the way the actor shouted out his fellow nominees, lamented the fact that he didn't see Bryan Cranston every day and then said, in regards to his character Jesse, "I miss him, I love him," reminded you of just how fucking great Paul was in that role. Then he mentioned not only his wife but implored the audience to check out Kind Campaign (the anti-bullying charity that she co-founded), and it reminded you that he's also a class act. It was great to see him win an Emmy one last time for this character. We just hope he gets that It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia cameo he's dying for.

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