Emmys 2016: 20 Best, Worst and Most WTF Moments

From Jimmy Kimmel's Trump jokes to 'Game of Thrones' making history — the good, the bad and the ugly of 68th annual Emmy Awards

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Best: 'Key & Peele' Finally Wins a Much-Deserved Emmy
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Best: 'Key & Peele' Finally Wins a Much-Deserved Emmy

The final season of Key & Peele finished up a little more than a year ago, and the world has been a less funny place ever since. But the sketch series, which showcased the often absurd, always laser-focused talents of Keegan Michael Key and Jordan Peele over five seasons, finally got its due with a win for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series. For all of their over-the-top sketches and characters over the years — the Liam Neesons valets, Key's substitute teacher, Meegan and her long-suffering boyfriend Andre, etc. — their winning speech was uncharacteristically subdued. "This is crazy," said Peele, before thanking Comedy Central and fanboy-ing out over the fact that Damon Wayans was onstage with them. You're still our jam, guys!

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