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: Leslie Jones to Emmy Accountants, 'Protect My Twitter!'
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Best: Leslie Jones to Emmy Accountants, 'Protect My Twitter!'

The moment during an awards show when the accountants who tally the votes show up is usually the moment where you get up to grab another drink or pee — but if you did that this year, you'd have missed comedic force Leslie Jones, who accompanied the three milquetoast men from Ernst & Young onstage. After joking about the level of security afforded to Emmy ballots ("Don't nobody wanna know about boring Emmy secrets," which, you know, true), Jones then asked the accountants for help protecting her from the nasty trolls and hackers who drove her off of Twitter for a spell over the summer. "Y'all over here using your skills to protect 'Best Voiceover in a French Sitcom,' meanwhile I'm butt naked on CNN," she joked. "I just wanted to feel beautiful y'all. Can a sister feel beautiful?!?" Amen.

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