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I'd like my favorite shows to win, but not all of them can, since most of them are nominated.
"Scrubs" - taking the "wander into the mind" concept to a new level, and no laugh track.
"Deadwood" - love the grittiness that really was the olden days.
"Six Feet Under" - the morbidness of it all combined with the black humor is a delight to the senses.
Jeremy Piven for "Entourage" - everything I think a Hollywood agent is, and more. Favorite scene was when he's cursing in the house, then interrupts himself to tell his children, "Those are Daddy-only words!"
Best Drama Series - LOST
Best Comedy Series - Arrested Development
Best Animated Series - The Simpsons
Best Lead Actor/Drama - Ian McShane Deadwood
" " " /Comedy - Jason Bateman Arrested Development
Best Lead Actress/Drama - Jennifer Garner ALIAS
" " " /Comedy - I've never watched Desperate Housewives but one of them will win in this category
Best Supporting Actor/Drama - Terry O'Quinn LOST
" " " /Comedy - Jeremy Piven Entourage
Best Supporting Actress/Drama - CCH Pounder The Shield
" " " / Comedy - Megan Mullally Will & Grace
Remember, it's an honour just to be nominated....
"If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006
ABC so far won Direction for Drama (LOST) and Comedy (DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES), and also won Supporting Actor in a Drama (BOSTON LEGAL). Three ABC upsets so far are Terry O'Quinn losing to Shatner, the Lost writing crew losing, and Marc Cherry losing.
Who else here thinks Desperate Housewives is WAY overated.
And who knew?! It's a comedy?
I'll admit it...I like the show. Is it overrated, honestly, I don't think it is. And it's more of a "dark comedy." The show is "funny" but definitely has dark elements. It's kind of the opposite of Lost. Lost is almost-undeniably a drama, and yet, it has some comedic elements to it.
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