This past Sunday Sunday, the 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards aired on Fox. The ceremonies paid homage to the best of this year’s prime time television programming. One show, in particular, had a huge night: HBO’s Olive Kitteridge. The series won 7 awards, but SHOULD have won way, way more. Like, way more.
Here are a few of the awards Olive Kitteridge SHOULD have won:
Best Show That Everyone Swears They Will See But Haven’t Actually Seen And Probably Will Never Get Around To Seeing – Olive Kitteridge, Best Limited Series Or Movie
Best Speech That Reminds You Of When Your Cooky Relative Stands Up At Thanksgiving And Says Some Random But Thoughtful Things – Frances McDormand, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Movie
Best Actor Who You Recognize From Somewhere And You’re Sure Is Deserving Of The Award But You’re Having A Really Hard Time Remembering What Show You First Saw Him In – Richard Jenkins, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or a Movie
Best Actor Who Didn’t Even Think About Accepting His Award – Bill Murray, Best Supporting Actor In A Limited Series Or Movie
Best Director Who Directed A Feature Film Five Years Ago But You Could Have Sworn Was Released Three Years Ago – Lisa Cholodenko, Best Directing In A Limited Series Or Movie
Best Post-Speech Curtsey – Jane Anderson, Winner of Best Writing In A Limited Series Or Movie:
Congratulations to all the winners!