All I do is sit in a room and watch TV. With wine. Hey, wait, that doesn't sound so bad.
Gotta say, original score is not my favorite category. Sue me.
OK, if you're going to play off Cranston, let's keep this short.
Alex Ebert ("All Is Lost") wins best original score -- motion picture.
Oh, hell, he was sitting way back there where all the NBC employees clap like mad for their shows so they don't get fired.
That was the best unscheduled moment yet. I love this guy.
But I've never been to Saint Barts with Diddy.
"Thanks for letting me try all over your movie." Uh..
"Everybody just keep drinking. It will be over soon." - Sean Combs. Actually, no it won't, Diddy. It's gonna be on for like ever.
Alex Ebert (bird's nest) is the lead singer of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes.
Please Mr. Kennedy…come on….no Taylor Swift!
These guys were the big idea when Diddy drove the big car.
Bono and the Edge accepting award for best original song -- motion picture for "Ordinary Love" from "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom."
That song is nowhere near as good as "Free Nelson Mandela."
Bono told THR last week: "We were so moved and impassioned by Nelson Mandela's achievements. We knew the man and were honored to be a part of this project."
The bathrooms at the Bev Hilton, right in that ballroom, are quite nice.
If Taylor Swift won, I was gonna cut myself. Just FYI.
So we just went from U2, to The Who, to Fountains of Wayne. Nice.
"Stacey's Mom" is like the 300th best song from Fountains of Wayne, though. Fantastic band.
Chicago P.D. is very average. Note.
Ooh, another of my categories.