The 2004 Emmy Discussion thread

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  1. Chris

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    1. Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour): "Futurama: The Sting," Fox; "Samurai Jack: The Birth of Evil," Cartoon Network; "The Simpsons: The Way We Weren't," Fox; "South Park: Christmas in Canada," Comedy Central; "SpongeBob SquarePants: SpongeBob BC," Nickelodeon.


    2. Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or More): "The Powerpuff Girls: Twas the Fight Before Christmas," Cartoon Network; "Star Wars: Clone Wars," Cartoon Network.


    3. Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series: "Arrested Development: Pilot," Fox; "Frasier: Freudian Sleep/Caught in the Act," NBC; "Two and a Half Men: Alan Harper, Frontier Chiropractor," CBS; "Whoopi: Sticky Fingers," NBC; "Will & Grace: I Do, Oh, No, You Di-int," NBC.


    4. Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series: "Alias: Taken," ABC; "Carnivale: Milfay (Pilot)," HBO; "Deadwood: Deep Water/The Trial Of Jack McCall/Bullock Returns to the Camp," HBO; "The Sopranos: In Camelot/Cold Cuts/The Test Dream," HBO; "The West Wing: Gaza," NBC.


    5. Art Direction for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special: "And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself," HBO; "Angels in America: Part 1 — Millennium Approaches & Part 2 — Perestroika," HBO; "Horatio Hornblower: Loyalty and Duty," A&E; "Ike: Countdown to D-Day," A&E; "The Lion in Winter," Showtime.


    6. Art Direction for a Variety or Music Program: "The 76th Annual Academy Awards (news - web sites)," ABC; "The 46th Annual Grammy Awards," CBS; "MADtv: MADtv's 200th Episode," Fox; "Saturday Night Live: Host: Elijah Wood," NBC; "A Very Queer Eye Holiday," Bravo.


    7. Casting for a Comedy Series: "Arrested Development," Fox; "Curb Your Enthusiasm," HBO; "Frasier," NBC; "Monk," USA; "Sex and the City," HBO.


    8. Casting for a Drama Series: "Carnivale," HBO; "Deadwood," HBO; "The Sopranos," HBO; "24," Fox; "The West Wing," NBC.


    9. Casting for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special: "Angels in America," HBO; "Iron Jawed Angels," HBO; "The Reagans," Showtime; "Something the Lord Made," HBO; "Traffic: The Miniseries," USA.


    10. Choreography: "2003 Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon," Syndicated; "MADtv: 9th Season Finale," Fox; "Malcolm in the Middle: Dewey's Special Class," Fox; "Smuckers Stars on Ice 2004," A&E.


    11. Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series: "8 Simple Rules: Goodbye," ABC; "Friends: The One With Phoebe's Wedding," NBC; "George Lopez: Bringing Home the Bacon," ABC; "Two and a Half Men: Camel Filters and Pheremones," CBS; "Will & Grace: Ice Cream Ball," NBC.


    12. Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series: "Alias: Conscious," ABC; "Carnivale: Pick A Number," HBO; "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: XX," CBS; "The Sopranos: Irregular Around the Margins," HBO; "The West Wing: 7A WF 83429," NBC.


    13. Cinematography for a Miniseries or Movie: "American Family — Journey of Dreams: Chapter 1: The Wedding," PBS; "And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself," HBO; "Angels in America: Part 2 — Perestroika," HBO; "Iron Jawed Angels," HBO; "Something the Lord Made," HBO.


    14. Cinematography for Nonfiction Programming (Single or Multi-Camera): "The Amazing Race: I Could Never Have Been Prepared for What I'm Looking at Right Now," CBS; "The Apprentice: Wheeling & Dealing," NBC; "Jockey," HBO; "Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues: The Soul of a Man," PBS; "Survivor: Beg, Barter and Steal," CBS.


    15. Commercial: "Born a Donkey," Budweiser; "Dominoes," Miller; "Door Music," Saturn; "Interview," United Airlines; "Outfit," Citibank Identity Theft Card Protection; "Rubberband Man," Office Max.


    16. Costumes for a Series: "Carnivale: Milfay (Pilot)," HBO; "Deadwood: Mr. Wu," HBO; "Sex and the City: An American Girl in Paris (Part Deux)," HBO; "The Sopranos: Rat Pack," HBO; "That '70s Show: Do You Think It's Alright?" Fox.





    17. Costumes For a Miniseries, Movie or a Special: "And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself," HBO; "Angels in America: Part 2 — Perestroika," HBO; "Horatio Hornblower: Part 1 — Loyalty," A&E; "Iron Jawed Angels," HBO; "The Lion in Winter," Showtime.

    18. Directing for a Comedy Series: "Arrested Development: Pilot," Fox; "Curb Your Enthusiasm: The 5 Wood," HBO; "Curb Your Enthusiasm: The Car Pool Lane," HBO; "Curb Your Enthusiasm: The Survivor," HBO; "Sex and the City: An American Girl in Paris (Part Deux)," HBO.

    19. Directing for a Drama Series: "Deadwood: Deadwood (Pilot)," HBO; "ER: The Lost," NBC; "Nip/Tuck: Pilot," FX; "The Sopranos: Irregular Around the Margins," HBO; "The Sopranos: Long Term Parking," HBO.

    20. Directing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program: "The 76th Annual Academy Awards," ABC; "Bill Maher: Victory Begins at Home," HBO; "Chappelle's Show: No. 204," Comedy Central; "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart: Show No. 8086," Comedy Central; "Elaine Stritch: At Liberty," HBO; "Late Show With David Letterman: No. 2170," CBS.

    21. Directing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special: "Angels in America," HBO; "Ike: Countdown to D-Day," A&E; "The Lion in Winter," Showtime; "Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness (Masterpiece Theatre)," PBS; "Something the Lord Made," HBO.

    22. Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series: "ER: Freefall," NBC; "The Sopranos: All Happy Families," HBO; "The Sopranos: Long Term Parking," HBO; "The Sopranos: Irregular Around the Margins," HBO; "24: 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.," Fox.

    23. Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series: "Arrested Development: Pilot," Fox; "Curb Your Enthusiasm: The Survivor," HBO; "Curb Your Enthusiasm: Opening Night," HBO; "Scrubs: My Screwup," NBC; "Sex and the City: An American Girl in Paris (Part Une & Part Deux)," HBO.

    24. Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special: "And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself," HBO; "Angels in America: Part 1 — Millennium Approaches," HBO; "Battlestar Galactica: Night 1," Sci Fi; "44 Minutes: The North Hollywood Shoot Out," FX; "Ike: Countdown to D-Day," A&E; "Something the Lord Made," HBO.

    25. Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series: "Everybody Loves Raymond: Golf for It," CBS; "Frasier: Goodnight, Seattle," NBC; "Friends: The Last One," NBC; "That '70s Show: Sparks," Fox; "Will & Grace: Last Ex to Brooklyn," NBC.

    26. Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special: "A&E in Concert: Paul McCartney (news) in Red Square," A&E; "A&E in Concert: Sting: Sacred Love," A&E; "The 76th Annual Academy Awards," ABC; "AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Robert De Niro (news)," USA; "Friends: The One Before the Last One — 10 Years of Friends," NBC.

    27. Picture Editing for Nonfiction Programming (Single or Multi-Camera): "The Amazing Race: I Could Never Have Been Prepared for What I'm Looking at Right Now," CBS; "American Masters: Judy Garland: By Myself," PBS; "The Apprentice: DNA, Heads and the Undead Kitty," NBC; "Survivor: Shark Attack," CBS; "Survivor: Swimming With Sharks," CBS.

    28. Hairstyling for a Series: "Alias: Unveiled," ABC; "Carnivale: After the Ball Is Over," HBO; "Deadwood: Plague," HBO; "MADtv: MADtv's 200th Episode," Fox; "Saturday Night Live: Host: Jessica Simpson (news) & Nick Lachey (news)," NBC.

    29. Hairstyling for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special: "Angels in America: Part 1 — Millennium Approaches & Part 2 — Perestroika," HBO; "Dreamkeeper," ABC; "Ike: Countdown to D-Day," A&E; "The Lion in Winter," Showtime; "The Reagans," Showtime; "Tracey Ullman in the Trailer Tales," HBO.

    30. Lighting Direction (Electronic, Multi-Camera) for a VMC Programming: "A&E in Concert: Paul McCartney in Red Square," A&E; "A&E in Concert: Sting: Sacred Love," A&E; "The 76th Annual Academy Awards," ABC; "American Idol: Finale," Fox; "The 46th Annual Grammy Awards," CBS; "Late Show With David Letterman: No. 2117," CBS.

    31. Main Title Design: "Angels in America," HBO; "Carnivale," HBO; "Nicole Kidman: An American Cinematheque Tribute," AMC; "Nip/Tuck," FX; "Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital," ABC.

    32. Makeup for a Series (Non-Prosthetic): "Carnivale: Babylon," HBO; "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Assume Nothing & All for Our Country," CBS; "Deadwood: Here Was a Man," HBO; "Gilmore Girls: The Festival of Living Art," WB; "Nip/Tuck: Adelle Coffin," FX.

    33. Makeup for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special (Non-Prosthetic): "American Family — Journey of Dreams," PBS; "And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself," HBO; "Angels in America: Part 1 — Millennium Approaches & Part 2 — Perestroika," HBO; "Caesar," TNT; "The Reagans," Showtime; "Tracey Ullman in the Trailer Tales," HBO.

    34. Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie or a Special (Prosthetic): "Nip/Tuck: Pilot," FX; "Star Trek: Enterprise: Zero Hour," UPN; "Tracey Ullman in the Trailer Tales," HBO.

    35. Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore): "Dead Like Me: Pilot," Showtime; "Line of Fire: Eminence Front," ABC; "Pandemic: Facing AIDS (news - web sites): Uganda/Thailand," HBO; "The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror XIV," Fox; "Star Trek: Enterprise: Similitude," UPN; "24: 6:00 a.m. - 7:00 a.m.," Fox.

    36. Music Composition for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special (Dramatic Underscore): "Dance in America: Lar Lubovitch's Othello (Great Performances)," PBS; "Eloise at Christmastime," ABC; "Fallen Angel (Hallmark Hall of Fame Presentation)," CBS; "Helter Skelter," CBS; "The Last King: Part 2," A&E; "The Nazi Officer's Wife," A&E.

    37. Music Direction: "The 76th Annual Academy Awards," ABC; "Christmas in Washington," TNT; "Harry Connick (news) Jr.: "Only You" in Concert (Great Performances)," PBS; "The Kennedy Center Honors," CBS.

    38. Music and Lyrics: "The Fairly Odd Parents: Abracatastrophe," Song Title: "Wish Come True!" Nickelodeon; "Futurama: The Devil's Hands are Idle Playthings," Song Title: "I Want My Hands Back," Fox; "Sesame Street Presents: The Street We Live On," Song Title: "The Street I Live On," PBS; "The Simpsons: The President Wore Pearls," Song Title: "Vote for a Winner," Fox; "Until the Violence Stops," Song Title: "Because You Are Beautiful," Lifetime.

    39. Main Title Theme Music: "Deadwood," HBO; "Monk," USA; "Monster House: Zen House," Discovery Channel; "Nip/Tuck," FX; "Two and a Half Men," CBS.

    40. Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Larry David, "Curb Your Enthusiasm," HBO; John Ritter, "8 Simple Rules," ABC; Kelsey Grammer (news), "Frasier," NBC; Matt LeBlanc, "Friends," NBC; Tony Shalhoub, "Monk," USA.

    41. Lead Actor in a Drama Series: James Spader, "The Practice," ABC; James Gandolfini (news), "The Sopranos," HBO; Kiefer Sutherland, "24," Fox; Martin Sheen, "The West Wing," NBC; Anthony LaPaglia, "Without a Trace," CBS.

    42. Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie: Antonio Banderas (news), "And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself," HBO; Al Pacino, "Angels in America," HBO; James Brolin, "The Reagans," Showtime; Alan Rickman, "Something the Lord Made," HBO; Mos Def, "Something the Lord Made," HBO.

    43. Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Patricia Heaton, "Everybody Loves Raymond," CBS; Jennifer Aniston (news), "Friends," NBC; Bonnie Hunt, "Life With Bonnie," ABC; Jane Kaczmarek, "Malcolm in the Middle," Fox; Sarah Jessica Parker, "Sex and the City," HBO.

    44. Lead Actress in a Drama Series: Jennifer Garner, "Alias," ABC; Amber Tamblyn, "Joan of Arcadia," CBS; Mariska Hargitay (news), "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," NBC; Edie Falco (news), "The Sopranos," HBO; Allison Janney, "The West Wing," NBC.

    45. Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie: Emma Thompson, "Angels in America," HBO; Meryl Streep, "Angels in America," HBO; Glenn Close (news), "The Lion in Winter," Showtime; Helen Mirren, "Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness (Masterpiece Theatre)," PBS; Judy Davis (news), "The Reagans," Showtime.

    46. Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series: Jeffrey Tambor, "Arrested Development," Fox; Brad Garrett, "Everybody Loves Raymond," CBS; Peter Boyle, "Everybody Loves Raymond," CBS; David Hyde Pierce, "Frasier," NBC; Sean Hayes (news), "Will & Grace," NBC.

    47. Supporting Actor in a Drama Series: Victor Garber (news), "Alias," ABC; Brad Dourif (news), "Deadwood," HBO; Michael Imperioli, "The Sopranos," HBO; Steve Buscemi (news), "The Sopranos," HBO; John Spencer, "The West Wing," NBC.

    48. Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie: Patrick Wilson, "Angels in America," HBO; Justin Kirk, "Angels in America," HBO; Ben Shenkman, "Angels in America," HBO; Jeffrey Wright, "Angels in America," HBO; William H. Macy, "Stealing Sinatra," Showtime.

    49. Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series: Doris Roberts, "Everybody Loves Raymond," CBS; Kim Cattrall (news), "Sex and the City," HBO; Kristin Davis (news), "Sex and the City," HBO; Cynthia Nixon, "Sex and the City," HBO; Megan Mullally, "Will & Grace," NBC.

    50. Supporting Actress in a Drama Series: Robin Weigert, "Deadwood," HBO; Tyne Daly (news), "Judging Amy," CBS; Drea de Matteo, "The Sopranos," HBO; Janel Moloney, "The West Wing," NBC; Stockard Channing (news), "The West Wing," NBC.

    51. Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie: Mary-Louise Parker, "Angels in America," HBO; Angela Lansbury, "The Blackwater Lightship (Hallmark Hall of Fame Presentation)," CBS; Julie Andrews (news), "Eloise at Christmastime," ABC; Anne Heche (news), "Gracie's Choice," Lifetime; Anjelica Huston, "Iron Jawed Angels," HBO.

    52. Guest Actor in a Comedy Series: Fred Willard, "Everybody Loves Raymond," CBS; Anthony LaPaglia, "Frasier," NBC; Danny DeVito (news), "Friends," NBC; John Turturro, "Monk," USA; John Cleese (news), "Will & Grace," NBC.

    53. Guest Actor in a Drama Series: Bob Newhart, "ER," NBC; James Earl Jones, "Everwood," WB; William Shatner, "The Practice," ABC; Matthew Perry, "The West Wing," NBC; Martin Landau, "Without a Trace," CBS.

    54. Guest Actress in a Comedy Series: Georgia Engel, "Everybody Loves Raymond," CBS; Laura Linney, "Frasier," NBC; Christina Applegate (news), "Friends," NBC; Cloris Leachman, "Malcolm in the Middle," Fox; Eileen Brennan, "Will & Grace," NBC.

    55. Guest Actress in a Drama Series: Louise Fletcher (news), "Joan of Arcadia," CBS; Mare Winningham, "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," NBC; Marlee Matlin, "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," NBC; Betty White, "The Practice," ABC; Sharon Stone, "The Practice," ABC.

    56. Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program: Billy Crystal (news), "The 76th Annual Academy Awards," ABC; Elaine Stritch, "Elaine Stritch: At Liberty," HBO; Ellen DeGeneres (news), "Ellen DeGeneres: Here and Now," HBO; Bill Maher, "Real Time With Bill Maher," HBO; Tracey Ullman, "Tracey Ullman in the Trailer Tales," HBO.

    57. Comedy Series: "Arrested Development," Fox; "Curb Your Enthusiasm," HBO; "Everybody Loves Raymond," CBS; "Sex and the City," HBO; "Will & Grace," NBC.

    58. Drama Series: "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," CBS; "Joan of Arcadia," CBS; "The Sopranos," HBO; "24," Fox; "The West Wing," NBC.

    59. Miniseries: "American Family — Journey of Dreams," PBS; "Angels in America," HBO; "Horatio Hornblower," A&E; "Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness (Masterpiece Theatre)," PBS; "Traffic: The Miniseries," USA.

    60. Made for Television Movie: "And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself," HBO; "Ike: Countdown to D-Day," A&E; "The Lion in Winter," Showtime; "The Reagans," Showtime; "Something the Lord Made," HBO.
     
  2. Larry Fletcher

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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] F-Emmys. no Ian Mcshane for Best Actor? WTF!!!

    Al Swearegin > All Emmy noms. [​IMG]
     
  3. Chris

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    Deadwood grabbed a fleet of noms [​IMG]
     
  4. Jeremiah Peck

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    Where the hell is THE WIRE? It's the best show on television. As far as I'm concerned, they should have separate Emmys or separate award shows for cable, because the shows on cable are so much better than all the shit on network (CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX) that it's not even funny anymore. A world where Deadwood isn't nominated for best drama, Ian McShane isn't nominated for best actor, and Chris Bauer isn't nominated for best Actor for The Wire, is a pretty shitty world indeed.
     
  5. Patrick Sun

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    John Ritter?

    No love for The Shield or American Dreams.

    Pretty surprised all 3 supporting actresses from Sex and the City were nominated.

    Nip/Tuck only got love in the non-acting categories.

    Glad to see James Spader get some love, but too bad William Shatner did not.

    A lot of the nominations seem to depend on inertia of past success, rather than reflection of good TV work at the present.

    Who knew "Hairstyling" got its own category in the Emmy's?

    Here's an easier to read lineup of the nominations on the major categories:

    Comedy Series

    "Arrested Development," FOX
    "Curb Your Enthuasium," HBO
    "Everybody Loves Raymond," CBS
    "Sex and the City," HBO
    "Will & Grace," NBC

    Drama Series

    "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," CBS
    "Joan of Arcadia," CBS
    "The Sopranos," HBO
    "24," Fox
    "The West Wing," NBC

    Reality/Competition Program

    "The Amazing Race," CBS
    "American Idol," FOX
    "The Apprentice, NBC
    Last Comic Standing, NBC
    Survivor, CBS

    Miniseries

    "Angels In America," HBO
    "Horatio Hornblower," A&E
    "Ike: Countdown To D-Day ," A&E
    "Something The Lord Made," HBO
    "Traffic: The Miniseries ," USA

    Made For Television Movie

    "And Starring Pancho Villa As Himself," HBO
    "Ike: Countdown To D-Day," A&E
    "The Lion In Winter," Showtime
    "The Reagans," Showtime
    "Something The Lord Made," HBO

    Variety, Music or Comedy Series

    "Chappelle's Show," Comedy Central
    "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart," Comedy Central
    "Late Night With Conan O'Brien," NBC
    "Late Show With David Letterman," CBS
    "Saturday Night Live," NBC

    Variety, Music or Comedy Special

    "A&E In Concert: Paul McCartney In Red Square ," A&E
    "The 76th Annual Academy Awards," ABC
    "Chris Rock: Never Scared," HBO
    "Elaine Stritch: At Liberty," HBO
    "Ellen DeGeneres: Here And Now," HBO

    Lead Actor, Comedy Series

    Larry David, "Curb Your Enthuasium," HBO
    John Ritter, "8 Simple Rules," ABC
    Kelsey Grammar, "Frasier," NBC
    Matt LeBlanc, "Friends," NBC
    Tony Shalhoub, "Monk," USA

    Lead Actor, Drama Series

    James Spader, "The Practice,"ABC
    James Gandolfini, "The Sopranos," HBO
    Kiefer Sutherland, "24," FOX
    Martin Sheen, "The West Wing," NBC
    Anthony LaPaglia, "Without a Trace," CBS

    Lead Actor, Miniseries or Movie

    Antonio Banderas, "And Starring Pancho Villa As Himself," HBO
    Al Pacino, "Angels In America," HBO
    James Brolin, "The Reagans," Showtime
    Alan Rickman, "Something The Lord Made," HBO
    Mos Def, "Something The Lord Made," HBO

    Lead Actress, Comedy Series

    Patricia Heaton, "Everybody Loves Raymond," CBS
    Jennifer Aniston, "Friends," NBC
    Bonnie Hunt, "Life with Bonnie," ABC
    Jane Kaczmarek, "Malcolm in the Middle," FOX
    Sarah Jessica Parker, "Sex and the City," HBO

    Lead Actress, Drama Series

    Jennifer Garner, "Alias," ABC
    Amber Tamblyn, "Joan Of Arcadia," CBS
    Mariska Hargitay, "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," NBC
    Edie Falco, "The Sopranos," HBO
    Allison Janney, "The West Wing," NBC

    Lead Actress, Miniseries or Movie

    Emma Thompson, "Angels In America," HBO
    Meryl Streep, "Angels In America," HBO
    Glenn Close, "The Lion In Winter," Showtime
    Helen Mirren, "Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness," PBS
    Judy Davis, "The Reagans," Showtime

    Supporting Actor, Comedy Series

    Jeffrey Tambor, "Arrested Development," FOX
    Brad Garrett, "Everybody Loves Raymond," CBS
    Peter Boyle, "Everybody Loves Raymond," CBS
    David Hyde Pierce, "Frasier," NBC
    Sean Hayes, "Will & Grace," NBC

    Supporting Actor, Drama Series

    Victor Garber, "Alias," ABC
    Brad Dourif, "Deadwood," HBO
    Michael Imperioli, "The Sopranos," HBO
    Steve Buscemi, "The Sopranos," HBO
    John Spencer, "The West Wing," NBC

    Supporting Actor, Miniseries or Movie

    Patrick Wilson, "Angels In America," HBO
    Justin Kirk, "Angels In America," HBO
    Ben Shenkman, "Angels in America," HBO
    Jeffrey Wright, "Angels in America," HBO
    William H. Macy, "Stealing Sinatra," Showtime

    Supporting Actress, Comedy Series

    Doris Roberts, "Everybody Loves Raymond," CBS
    Kim Cattrall, "Sex and the City," HBO
    Kristin Davis, "Sex and the City," HBO
    Cynthia Nixon, "Sex and the City," HBO
    Megan Mullally, "Will & Grace," NBC

    Supporting Actress, Drama Series

    Robin Weigert, "Deadwood," HBO
    Tyne Daly, "Judging Amy,"CBS
    Drea de Matteo, "The Sopranos," HBO
    Janel Moloney, "The West Wing," NBC
    Stockard Channing, "The West Wing," NBC

    Supporting Actress, Miniseries or Movie

    Mary-Louise Parker, "Angels In America," HBO
    Angela Lansbury, "The Blackwater Lightship," CBS
    Julie Andrews, "Eloise At Christmastime," ABC
    Anne Heche, "Gracie's Choic," Lifetime
    Anjelica Huston, "TIron Jawed Angels," HBO

    Writing, Comedy Series

    Mitchell Hurwitz, "Arrested Development (Pilot)," FOX
    Christopher Lloyd and Joe Keenan , "Frasier (Goodnight, Seattle)," NBC
    Neil Goldman, "Scrubs (My Screwup)," NBC
    Michael Patrick King, "Sex and the City (An American Girl In Paris Part Deux)," HBO
    Julie Rottenberg and Elisa Zuritsky, , "Sex and the City (The Ick Factor)," HBO

    Writing, Drama Series

    David Milch, "Deadwood (Pilot)," HBO
    Michael Caleo, "The Sopranos (Where's Johnny? )," HBO
    Matthew Weiner, "The Sopranos (Unidentified Black Males )," HBO
    Terence Winter, "The Sopranos (Long Term Parking)," HBO
    Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess, "The Sopranos (Irregular Around The Margins)," NBC

    Writing, Variety, Music or Comedy Program

    "Chappelle's Show," Comedy Central
    "Chris Rock: Never Scared," HBO
    "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart ," Comedy Central
    "Late Night With Conan O'Brien," NBC
    "Late Show With David Letterman," CBS

    Writing, Miniseries or Movie

    Larry Gelbart, "And Starring Pancho Villa As Himself," HBO
    Tony Kushner, "Angels In America," HBO
    Sally Robinson, Eugenia Bostwick-Singer, Raymond Singer, Jennifer Friedes, "Iron Jawed Angels," HBO
    Jane Marchwood, Tom Rickman, Elizabeth Egloff, "The Reagans," Showtime
    Peter Silverman, Robert Caswell, "Something the Lord Made," HBO
     
  6. Seth--L

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    Curb Your Enthuasium did not recieve any writing nominations -- WTF?
     
  7. Dave Scarpa

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    Ian Mcshane was robbed. Al better get up there and call the voters a bunch of F#$#@# Coc$%#$$$S$$$$$.
     
  8. Gordon St Pierre

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    Glad to see "Deadwood" in there so much but I'm another that can't believe Ian Mcshane isn't there..He was the Best there was this year IMO

    Good Luck to Robin Weigert & Brad Dourif though ..both also very deserving
     
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    I thought for a second that the Emmy committee may had been scared off by Mcshane's character's often use of colorful expletives, I mean come on how do you show a clip of an Al scene? But then again they did nominate Calamity Jane...
     
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    It widely known that the show is improvised, so I think they took that into account when handing out the nominations.

    As far as the other nominations are concerned, John Ritter for Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series?! Dude was only in 3 or 4 episodes. There's nothing wrong with honoring the guy posthumously, but that's going a little too far. Especially when it screws someone like Jason Bateman out of a nod.

    Thankfully, Spader was recognized for Best Lead Actor in a Drama. If there's any justice, he'll take home the Emmy. He singlehandedly resurrected The Practice(and inspired the spinoff).
     
  11. OliverT

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    What the he11 are the voters watching???

    Ian Mcshane should have won the Lead Actor category outright and yet he isn't nominated?

    Thats just shameful.
     
  12. Seth--L

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    And you know he's going to win.
     
  13. Mikel_Cooperman

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    Glad Friends wasnt nominated in favor of Arrested Development but where's Nip/Tuck??? They a bit scared since it's a bit racy?

    The West Wing? There good days are over.

    Matt LaBlanc? Why?
     
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    Gabe D Cinematographer

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    Can somebody explain why the "Arrested Development" pilot episode was nominated for Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series and Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series?
     
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    I have no respect (never had much before...now, none) for an academy that nominates the following:

    West Wing
    John Ritter (bless his soul, but come on...)
    Sarah Jessica Parker
    Matt LeBlanc
    James Brolin

    But, fails to nominate Ian McShane.

    The Emmy's have a long, horrible history of crappy, lazy voting. But, snubbing McShane is the last straw.

    HORRIBLE!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Typo or wishful thinking by the peacock ?

    Count me in with the crowd that thinks Deadwood got F__KED by the limber-d__ked C__KSUCKERS. Mr. Mcshane especially. Best actor without a doubt !
     
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    The Emmys are, deservedly, the easiest target on the planet. Thank God they give their ridiculous nominees year after year after year so we get our batting practice in.

    I don't know how many ways to say that Alison Janney plays a SUPPORTING role on West Wing. It just is folks!!!

    Where the hell is Scrubs for BEST comedy series?

    The Shield is EASILY better this year than at least 2 of the nominees for best drama series. Good chance Nip/Tuck is as well. NOBODY thought West Wing was in the top 20 dramas this year. And Michael Chiklis should be a lock among these nominees. Did the voters get ALL 5 actors in dramatic lead wrong?

    Do these people even WATCH television anymore? Are there too many parties to attend? Too many candidates to endorse? Too many celebrity game shows to go on?

    (sorry for the caps, helped me get away from the four-letter adjectives I really wanted to use)
     
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    Kristian Supporting Actor

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    [​IMG]

    Star Wars: Clone Wars' nom... Futurama's two noms... Enterprise's four technical noms (I'm probably the only one happy for this show)... William Shatner for Outstanding Guest Actor...

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    No love for Angel... No love for Gilmore Girls except for some technical nom (I don't even remember what it was and I can't find it in the first post in this thread)... Frasier getting snubbed in the Outstanding Comedy Series category for its best season in years...
     
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    *shrug* I don't know, I think Sopranos, off of this season, deserved every nom it got [​IMG]
     
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    That shouldn't matter. They don't show clips for acting categories.

    He was totally robbed. Martin Sheen being nominated every year is a joke. He reads his lines on The West Wing like he is doing soliloquies on Broadway, and he is obviously the weakest actor on the show.
     

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