Sunday, August 29, 2010

The Emmys!

No, I'm not going to go through each category discussing my predictions or the politics and whatnot behind the voting process. That's boring and you can read it anywhere. I will just say that I don't think the Glee kids should win. I love Glee and I love Lea, Chris, etc. But this is their first year and they haven't paid their dues yet. "Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series" should not be going to Lea Michele when there's the likes of Amy Poehler and Tina Fey in the mix.

What I will say about the Emmys is that there are a lot of hotties nominated. And yes, there are some talented and amazing men that were nominated, but I'd rather look at the ladies.

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
(Note: All of the women in all of the categories are gorgeous and talented women; however, this post would be miles long if I put a picture of all of them. And it is still going to be really long...)
(Another Note: Click the pictures for the full-size image!)
*Amy Poehler for Parks & Recreation
Alright, I don't watch this show. I've heard it's good now, but I just didn't get into it when it first came out. But that's how I felt about 30 Rock, so maybe in a year or so I'll rent it and love it.

She had her second boy this month with the just as hilarious Will Arnett. Seriously, their kids are going to be comedy superstars.
*Edie Falco for Nurse Jackie
I LOVE this show. Everyone involved in the show is brilliant.

Oh, sorry. Sometimes I forget that there are other people on the show aside from Eve Best... I'm also completely in love with Liz Brixius (one of the creators who is a lesbian).

*Lea Michele for Glee

No, she isn't a comedic giant like some of the other women, but she is hot.
*Tina Fey for 30 Rock

She definitely deserves the Emmy, but she really doesn't need another to clutter up her mantle.

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
*January Jones in Mad Men
Betty Draper Francis is my least favorite of the three women on Mad Men; however, she is really fun to look at.

*Kyra Sedgwick for The Closer
I love Kyra. I love The Closer. TNT is quickly becoming one of my favorite networks because it has three of my favorite shows (Leverage, The Closer and, of course, Rizzoli & Isles).

I know Kyra doesn't do it for everyone, but she sure as hell does it for me.
*Mariksa Hargitay on Law & Order: SVU

I know Rizzoli & Isles has made me think, "Benson and Cabot, who?" But really, Olivia and Alex will always have a special place in my heart.

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy
*Jane Lynch in Glee
If I had to pick between Ellen and Jane, Jane would win hands down (Sorry Ellen! Love you too!) Her sense of humor just meshes better with mine.

I'm just remembering her and Neil Patrick Harris "getting together" on Glee. Nothing's funnier than that.
*Kristen Wiig on SNL

"With my by myself."
If that isn't enough, she cleans up really nice too.

*Julie Bowen in Modern Family
Yes, Sofia Vergara is gorgeous blah, blah, blah. But I've had a crush on Julie Bowen since Happy Gilmore came out.

And I still think she's fantastic.

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama
*Christina Hendricks in Mad Men

No words necessary.
*Archie Panjabi in The Good Wife
She's an ethnic minority and she plays a bisexual. That's hot.

Outstanding Reality-Competition Program
Really, what else is there aside from Project Runway (and by "Project Runway" I mean "Heidi Klum")?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

<3 Eve Best <3