'Men,' 'Family' take top Emmys

Full story: The Reporter
The darkly intimate 1960s-era drama "Mad Men" and the comedy romp "Modern Family" were the top honorees at Sunday's Emmy Awards as American life past and present proved a winning formula. Read more
Sal

San Bruno, CA

#1 Aug 30, 2010
Need more be said? Gees! There isn't anymore "real" acting. Nothing but crapolla on air.

That must be intentional, to get folks to buy the online movie assortment and pay those fees on top of the outrageous fees being paid monthly.
Festus

Alamo, CA

#2 Aug 31, 2010
It was disguting when Al Pacino received an award for playing Jack Kevorkian in "You don't know Jack". Kevorkian was the suicide doctor who gleefully promoted physician assisted suicide. Kevorkian was in the audience and was given an ovation after Pacino told him to stand up. Hollywood morality at its worst.

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