8:00 am 艾米奖颁奖典礼正式开始，出演《欢乐合唱团》Glee的女星Jane Lynch担任主持人。美国电视主席Leonard Nimoy称她是完美的主持人，因为"To men, you're woman-ish, to women, you're man-ish." （对男人而言你很女性化、对女人而言你很男性化）
08:16 a.m. They're leading with Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy, also known as Jane Lynch's category. They want to get the happiness or grumpiness out of the way early... The Emmy goes to... Julie Bowen.
08:19 a.m. "I'm Julianna Margulies, otherwise known as the funniest woman on television," says the "Good Wife" nominee, appropriately mumbling a punchline about all of the "Modern Family" actors up for Supporting Actor. The winner here is... Ty Burrell for "Modern Family."
8:24 a.m. It's not gonna get better than Burrell's speech tonight. That was classy, funny and heart-felt in all of the right ways.（泰·布利尔在发表获奖感言）
8:25 a.m. First costume change for Jane Lynch. She revisits her red carpet comments about there being no winners or losers and observes, "There are losers and I am one. It doesn't feel good."(同为最佳女配候选人的简·林奇没有拿到艾美奖，自嘲：“失败者的滋味我懂的，我就是其中之一%>_<%”)
8:27 a.m. Up next is Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series. The winner is... "Somebody didn't get enough love from mommy and somehow it's Hollywood's fault," Lynch cracks about Gervais. The winner is Michael Spiller for "Modern Family." I'm now 0-3 in my predictions. Oh and guess what, y'all? "Modern Family" just may win for Outstanding Comedy Series.
8:30 a.m. Will Arnett and Zooey Deschanel are presenting the Comedy Writing Emmy. They're cute together, but the bit is only "Middling" on the comedy scale. Zooey should have just batted her eyelashes. Anyway, the winner is... Steven Levitan and Jeffrey Richman of "Modern Family."
《摩登家庭》Steven Levitan和Jeffrey Richman编剧获喜剧类最佳编剧奖
8:40 a.m. Charlie Sheen. Applause somewhat muted. He has words for the people behind "Two and a Half Men" - "From the bottom of my heart, I wish you nothing but the best for this upcoming season. We spent 8 wonderful years together and I know you will continue to make great television."
8:42 a.m. The Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Emmy goes to... Jim Parsons. Wow. Steve Carell goes home Emmy-less for "The Office." BOO. "I was assured by many people in my life that this wasn't happening," Parsons says, beginning his second straight speech. Wow. Is Johnny Galecki with Kelli Garner? Way to out-kick your coverage, dawg.
8:46 a.m. Standing ovation for Lead Actress in a Comedy. That was a moment. The winner is... Melissa McCarthy.
8:57 a.m. On to reality/variety. "Modern Family" will not win this category.
9:00 a.m. Last year, "Top Chef" ended the "Amazing Race" grasp on this category, but this season's Outstanding Reality Competition Program goes to... "The Amazing Race." Oh well. Back to Emmy boredom. It was fun last year when Emmy voters spread the wealth a little. I think "Top Chef: All-Stars" should have been enough for a repeat win.
9:01 a.m.The "Daily Show" writers are all on the cover of Newsweek making Michele Bachman faces. Conan only reads his own name. The winner is... "The Daily Show." Again. This is their seventh win in this category.
9:12 a.m. Oooh. A performance by Lonely Island and... Michael Bolton.
9:15 a.m. Lea Michele and Ian Somerhalder. Nice. Somebody let somebody from The CW on the Emmy stage.
9:17 a.m. The Emmy for Directing for Variety, Comedy and Stuff goes to Don Roy King for "Saturday Night Live."
9:18 a.m. It's Golden Globe nominee Scott Caan and Golden Globe winner Anna Paquin. Caan jokes about how "The Daily Show" has won Outstanding Variety, Comedy and Stuff Series eight straight years. And this year's winner is... "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart."
9:26 a.m. The Emmytones tell me that it's time for Drama. YAY!
9:29 a.m. It's Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series. WOW. Jason Katims for "Friday Night Lights." That's another miss for me in the prediction-department, but YAY! So very well-deserved. Yes, "The Suitcase" *should* have won, but this makes me extremely happy.
9:31 a.m. Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. This is one where I REALLY want to get it right, since Margo Martindale is wicked deserving. And the winner is... Margo Martindale. YAY!
9:40 a.m. Loretta Devine and Paul McCrane are presenting for Outstanding Directing for a Dramatic Series. The winner is... Martin Scorsese.
9:43 a.m. Kerry Washington and Jason O'Mara both have new shows. They're wasting time on a really unfunny bit about "side effects" to an Emmy win. They're presenting Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. I went out on a pointless limb on this one with my prediction. And the winner is... Peter Dinklage. YAY!
9:53 a.m. Katie Holes and Bryan Cranston aren't necessarily a logical presenting partnership. They're presenting Lead Actress in a Drama Series. The winner is... Julianna Margulies.
9:56 a.m. Drew Barrymore and the boring stars of the boring "Charlie's Angels" are presenting Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama. THAT'S WHAT THE MONEY'S FOR. The winner is... Kyle Chandler. Wow. Jon Hamm is a gracious and good-looking loser. "Wow," Chandler says. That's what I said! He's awesomely earnest and this is an awkward he absolutely, totally deserves. We're on a really good streak here, right?
10:04 a.m. You'd be hard-pressed to predict the Drama Series winner, right? "Mad Man" hasn't won a thing tonight. And "Boardwalk" has lost a couple categories people predicted it would win. Is there any chance "FNL" actually wins?
10:05 a.m. LL Cool J joins the Emmytunes for a Movies & Miniseries rap.
10:07 a.m. "A lot of people are very curious about why I'm a lesbian. Ladies and gentlemen... the case of 'Entourage,'" Lynch says. Now THAT was funny. They're presenting Outstanding Writing for a Movie or Miniseries. [Go Julian Fellowes!] The winner is... Julian Fellowes. HUZZAH.
10:11 a.m. We're rushing along now. Supporting Actress Movies and Miniseries. The winner is... Maggie Smith for "Downton Abbey." More happiness here!
10:18 a.m. Melissa McCarthy and Amy Poehler are paired. They have a funny bit about all of the great roles this year for men. They've got Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie. Edgar Ramirez deserves to win this one, but what are the chances Emmy voters will get it right? The winner is... Barry Pepper. Sigh. Whatever.
10:20 a.m. Directing for a Movie or Miniseries... Brian Percival for "Downton Abbey." It's certainly feeling like "Downton Abbey" is on track to beat "Mildred Pierce" for Movie/Miniseries.
10:22 a.m. Necrology time.
10:22 a.m. Anna Torv and David Boreanaz? Nice geek-friendly pairing, Emmys. Anna Torv looks spectacular. Wait. Now we're backtracking to Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Movie/Miniseries? The winner is... Guy Pearce for "Mildred Pierce."
10:35 a.m. Hugh Laurie and a shiny Claire Danes. They're presenting Best Actress in a Movie/Miniseries to Kate Winslet. And the winner is... Kate Winslet. SHOCKER. The other nominees are pleased, because none of them actually thought they had a chance. "I didn't think we were going to win anything," Winslet gushes.
10:44 a.m. Don Cheadle's presenting Outstanding Miniseries or Movie. Suddenly, this has become a really heated category. Will it be "Mildred" or "Downton"? The winner is... "Downton Abbey." Oh, so very happy.
10:47 a.m. "The Cooler" and "E.R." co-stars Maria Bello and William H. Macy present Outstanding Drama Series to... "Mad Men." This is the fourth straight win in this category for "Mad Men."
10:54 a.m.The winner for Outstanding Comedy Series is... "Modern Family." Shocking, right? Steve Levitan says that everybody on the stage is grateful. Levitan ends by pointing to the kids on the stage.
10:58 a.m. "That's our telecast. Good night," Lynch says, as the Emmys come in under-time. Impressive. 【已有很多网友发表了看法，点击参与讨论】【对英语不懂，点击提问】【英语论坛】【返回首页】