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: Bryan Cranston's Best Actor Speech
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BEST: Bryan Cranston's Best Actor Speech

It was his fifth (and last) Best Actor in a Drama Series win for his role as Walter White, but versatile guy he is, Cranston's acceptance speech hit all the right notes. "I don't know why I was blessed with such an abundance of good fortune," he said. "I was a kid who always looked for a shortcut. My own family called me Sneaky Pete. My own family." He went on to explain that now he'd finally found his passion, and he intended to do it forever. After lovingly thanking his costars Aaron Paul and Anna Gunn ("Especially those scenes...in bed"), he dedicated his award to "all the Sneaky Petes in the world. Take a chance."

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