The primetime Emmy nominations came out this morning and you know what that means. Tears, cheers and crying in beers.
"Lost" was unfairly shut out of the major categories. Anybody on the drama committee see the finale? Anybody see Matthew Fox at work? Guess not. "Boston Legal" and James Spader continue to be darlings---God knows why. "The Sopranos" are the early favorites for everything 'cause they're outta here---in spite of that stupid finale. Hugh Laurie should win for "House" because the show is nothing without him, but "The Sopranos" mob juggernaut will roll right over the good doctor. I don't watch "Friday Night Lights," but if Robert Bianco of USA Today and Matt Roush of TV Guide both think it's great, I'll trust that the Emmy drama committee screwed that one up as well. "Desperate Housewives" and "24" were shut out of Outstanding Comedy and Drama and considering their less than great seasons last year, I have no problem with that.
Plenty of writers and bloggers are going to talk about the major categories, so I wanted to do something different. After printing out my own official copy of the 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Award Nominations---it came out to 29 pages!---here's some analysis of some lesser known categories.
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