Ah, awards season. So many statuettes, so few spontaneous, improvised moments! We watched last night's Screen Actors Guild Awards and have culled the three key moments of the night, from our point of view: Jamie Lee Curtis's near-spill and impressive recovery before her introduction of Shirley Temple Black, S. Epatha Merkerson's entertainingly odd acceptance speech for "Lackawanna Blues" and the amusingly awkward introduction of "Brokeback Mountain" by its stars, Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger.
We watched the SAG awards so you didn't have to.
January 30, 2006 7:37PM (UTC)
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