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

Best: 'Master of None' Wins for Writing for a Comedy Series
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Best: 'Master of None' Wins for Writing for a Comedy Series

This masterful Netflix newcomer strikes a singular balance between low-key comedy and very real pathos. Never was this on better display than in "Parents," the standout episode about the disconnect between first- and second-generation immigrants that netted co-creators Alan Yang and Aziz Ansari a much-deserved statuette. Yang took the opportunity to point out that Asian-American representation on TV is only just getting started. "There's 17 million Asian Americans in this country, and there's 17 million Italian Americans. They have The Godfather, Goodfellas, Rocky, The Sopranos; we got Long Duk Dong. So we got a long way to go." Keep fighting the good fight, fellas.

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