And Other Great "Thank You" Speech Moments

Actors are funny even when they're not scripted.

Amy Adams, Critics' Choice

Aisha Tyler rocked at her hosting duties, but the stars also made us laugh (and nod solemnly) during their speeches, as well. It turns out they can deliver their own lines! Mark Wahlberg recognized real heroes, Leo DiCaprio apologized to his parents and Amy Adams hit on James Marsden.

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Amy Adams for best actress in a comedy

"Any chance to kiss James Marsden, I'm excited!"

Leonardo DiCaprio for best actor in a comedy

"Lastly, thank you to my parents. I thank you and I simultaneously apologize to you for everything I did in this movie."

Mark Wahlberg for best actor in a drama

"I wanna thank my wife and my kids for allowing me to pretend to be doing something as important as being a soldier in Afghanistan by playing one."

Sandra Bullock for best actress in a drama

"I'd like to thank George Clooney for floating away and not coming back."

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Adèle Exarchopoulos for best young actor/actress

"No one from my team is even here, it's too bad. And I can't even drink or celebrate."

Jared Leto for best supporting actor

"I'd like to dedicate this incredible honor to all the people around the world that are living with HIV, all of the people that have lost their lives to this horrific disease and all the people that are fighting to change the way that people that have HIV/AIDS are treated. So, to them, I thank you."

In Matthew McConaughey's voice, "Alright, Alright, Alright, Alright!"

Lupita Nyong'o for best supporting actress

"I'm a little terrified... Julia [Roberts] thank you so much for making my brother the coolest guy in school by taking a picture with him."

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Julie Delpy for the Louis XIII genius award (along with Ethan Hawke and Richard Linklater)

On getting three separate awards — "We don't have to break it and share it!"

"I thought I was getting this by myself."

Followed by complete insanity between all three of them.

Did we miss any great moments? If so, let us know!

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