If you spent any time at all on Twitter last night, you know the Primetime Emmy Awards took place yesterday in Los Angeles — and this year, a slew of our recent guests picked up trophies and nominations.
After three previous nominations, James Cromwell took home the award for Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie for his creepy turn as Dr. Arthur Arden in American Horror Story: Asylum. Last season, George talked to him about playing George H. W. Bush in W and his role in the Canadian film Still Mine:
He also told a Best Story Ever about the role that changed his life: acting opposite a pig in Babe:
The Emmy for Outstanding Reality — Competition Program went to The Voice this year; the show's executive producer, Mark Burnett, stopped by last season to talk about retelling the so-called Greatest Story Ever Told in The Bible:
Jim Parsons, the star of the mega-hit sitcom The Big Bang Theory, took home his third Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series. When he came on the show three years ago, he talked about making super-geeks cool:
Breaking Bad, the series finale of which airs this coming Sunday, won the night's biggest award: Outstanding Drama Series. The show's star, Bryan Cranston, who was nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, talked to George a couple years ago about his long and varied career:
Between last week's Creative Arts Emmys and last night's Primetime awards, Stephen Soderbergh's Liberace biopic Behind The Candelabra cleaned up with a total of 11 wins. One of those went to Michael Douglas for his portrayal of the closeted gay musical icon. Douglas stopped by during season six of The Hour: