Friday, July 07, 2006

Fuck the Emmy's

(More worthless every year.)

First off, peep the nominees...

  • Best Drama

    Grey's Anatomy
    The Sopranos
    The West Wing

    The episode I saw of Grey's Anatomy had a prom and a bomb explosion in a hospital. No.

    House is good. Can't hate on that type of bitter sarcasm.

    Sopranos had a good season but this show isn't great anymore.

    Everyone tells me 24 was over the top this season. This show's sole purpose is to make America support torture.

    The West Wing is a tired liberal fantasy where the Middle East crisis gets solved in one episode.

    I'm glad Desperate Househos got left off but where is Six Feet Under?! Lost?
    And I must ask, where the figgity fuck is The Shield?
    Any show that omits The Shield for Grey's Anatomy is a joke.
    Grey's Anatomy is my new enemy.

  • Best Comedy

    Arrested Development
    Two and a Half Men
    Curb Your Enthusiasm
    The Office

    AD was laugh out loud funny at one point. They can stay.

    Never got into Scrubs.

    Charlie Sheen called Denise Richards a nigger and his show is corny.

    CYE previous season was its worst.

    The Office kicks your ass.

    Extras and Everyone Hates Chris could have got some love but It's Always Sunny in Philadeplhia runs this hands down. Another robbery.

  • Lead Actor, Drama

    Peter Krause, Six Feet Under
    Denis Leary, Rescue Me
    Christopher Meloni, Law and Order: SVU
    Martin Sheen, The West Wing
    Keifer Sutherland, 24

    Peter Krause deserves some recognition. He will win, unless he doesn't.
    Since Michael Chiklis isn't on here, fuck the rest of these people.

    Lead Actress, Drama

    Francis Conroy, Six Feet Under
    Geena Davis, Commander-in-Chief
    Mariska Hargitay, Law and Order: SVU
    Allison Janney, The West Wing
    Krya Sedgwick, The Closer

    I heard The Closer is good but the last season of 6 FU was too incredible not to win.

    Lead Actor, Comedy

    Steve Carell, The Office
    Larry David, Curb Your Enthusiasm
    Kevin James, The King of Queens
    Tony Shalhoub, Monk
    Charlie Sheen, Two and a Half Men

    Lead Actress, Comedy

    Jane Kaczmarek, Malcolm in the Middle
    Lisa Kudrow, The Comeback
    Stockard Channing, Out of Practice
    Debra Messing, Will and Grace
    Julia Louis-Dreyfus, The New Adventures of Old Christine

    Supporting Actor, Comedy

    Will Arnet, Arrested Development
    Jeremy Piven, Entourage
    Bryan Cranston, Malcolm in the Middle
    Jon Cryer, Two and a Half Men
    Sean Hayes, Will and Grace

    Supporting Actress, Comedy

    Cheryl Hines, Curb Your Enthusiasm
    Alfre Woodard, Desperate Housewives
    Jamie Pressly, My Name Is Earl
    Elizabeth Perkins, Weeds
    Megan Mullally, Will and Grace

    Comments: Don't really care about all these comedies.

    Supporting Actor, Drama

    William Shatner, Boston Legal
    Oliver Platt, Huff
    Michael Imperioli, The Sopranos
    Gregory Itzin, 24
    Alan Alda, The West Wing

    Comments: Forest Whitaker was incredible on The Shield this season. Based on the season's structure I might even say he was better than Michael Chiklis.

    Supporting Actress, Drama

    Candice Bergan, Boston Legal
    Sandra Oh, Grey's Anatomy
    Chandra Wilson, Grey's Anatomy
    Blythe Daner, Huff
    Jean Smart, 24

    Comments: Grey's Anatomy is trash.

So it seems like The Shield and Lost received no nominations.
Some people are already calling the Emmys racist.
I don't know about all that (they did nominate Sleeper Cell, full of A-rabs, Negroes and terrorists as Best Miniseries,) but they sure are stupid.

I think I'll be skipping this one.


  1. Well...Grey's Anatomy got a lot of nods and was/is created/produced by a black woman. Afraid that meets the nigga quota for a year. Personally I like the show, can't really compare it to House because they are different shows, but I can watch an entire episode of GA unlike I can with House.

    And you're right about the Shield, they were robbed. I don't think it's the show, it's the network FX. Yeah Rescue Me gets a nod but if you look at past nominations for Emmys the only cable networks that get recognition are the old stalwarts HBO and Showtime (more HBO). Whereas some original comedy programming from Comedy Central has never been featured. And I don't think it's fair to say that is because it's too raunchy (HBO c'mon). I have gained so much appreciation for Reno 911 (that show is the shit). Credit should be given to cable for riding the line that the major networks and pay networks are on either side of.

    Just my rant

  2. I like House more than Grey's.

    It's cool that a black woman got love for a show that isn't some jig fest on UPN, but it's still not for me.

    I agree that networks other than HBO gets no love. Network cable is screwed.
    I cant lie, Reno 911 is funny.

    Oh well, one less award show to watch.

  3. Deadwood, Wire, Lost--all better than what was nominated.

    Someone from those Real World/Road Rules shows should get a lifetime achievement award. Tonya? Theo? Someone.

    Aqua Teen, too.

  4. If someone from Real World ever got a lifetime achievement Id throw my TV out of the window.

    Aqua Teen I can get down with.