2017 Golden Globes: 20 Best, Worst and Most WTF Moments

From that 'La La Land' opening parody to Meryl Streep's Trump-burn speech, the highlights and low points of last night's buzzed awards show

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Worst: The Winonaissance Stalls
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Worst: The Winonaissance Stalls

Sure, it's not fair to call Winona Ryder's bravura turn in Netflix's retro hit Stranger Things a "comeback,” per se. But after a few years of playing small supporting roles, it was fantastic to have the Gen X hero back in the spotlight, in a nifty bit of meta-casting that actually worked. (The 1980s heroine playing the ultimate 1980s mom!) So it was a bit of a bummer that, 23 years after her last Globes nomination, Ryder's turn as frazzled single mom Joyce Byers didn't pick up a win. (Claire Foy instead won Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Drama for playing Queen Elizabeth II in Netflix's period juggernaut The Crown.) But even without the Globe, we're pretty sure the Winonaissance is just beginning, and we're here for it.

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