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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WORST: Stephen Colbert and 'Roscoe'
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WORST: Stephen Colbert and 'Roscoe'

Claiming that "the President of Television" had personally asked him to present the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie, Colbert said he accepted the honor despite the fact that, for nine years, a true talent had gone unrecognized by the Academy — his imaginary friend, Roscoe. What followed was a painful bit in which The Colbert Show host pretended to talk to someone standing beside him. Was this a riff on Eastwood's chair? Some sort of meta-comment on his blowhard persona? A dessert topping? A floor wax? Regardless, it did not go over well. Thankfully, Colbert would redeem himself later in the show.

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