"Breaking Bad" Breaks Records And Other Things You Missed At The 2014 Emmy Awards
Hit TV show "Breaking Bad" was the big winner in the Emmy Awards, winning five awards including the coveted "Outstanding Drama Series"
Breaking Bad went out in a blaze of glory on Emmy night, taking down a slew of major operators in the process — including a complete shutout of Netflix. The dearly departed AMC drama took away five awards, including Outstanding Drama Series and individual awards for Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn and "Ozymandias" writer Moira Walley-Beckett.mashable.com
Bryan Cranston won the "Outstanding Lead Actor" in a drama series and to show his joy, he kissed Julia Louis-Dreyfus
With his moustache, he looked somewhat creepy...
Weird Al Yankovic was there too, making parodies out of the theme songs from popular TV shows such as "Modern Family" and "Game Of Thrones"
We loved his parody of "Game Of Thrones" and even got Andy Samberg to play as King Joffrey
"Game Of Thrones" writer George R.R Martin got a typewriter in a light jibe to write faster for the hit series
Speaking of "Game Of Thrones", actor Kit Harington who plays Jon Snow in the series looked so different dressed up in a suit
"The Colbert Report" won the "Outstanding Variety Series" award, but Gwen Stefani botched the announcement, mispronouncing Colbert as Colbort
Robin Williams was also remembered that night as Billy Crystal paid tribute to him by saying "Robin Williams, what a concept"
"Modern Family" star Sofia Vergara showed off her figure on a pedestal and raised a few eyebrows
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