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Big Emmy Wins For Some Friends Of The Show
September 23, 2013
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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:

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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:

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Episode 51

George interviews actor (The Big Bang Theory) Jim Parsons.

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:

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Ep. 4: Bryan Cranston and Naheed Nenshi

George interviews Bryan Cranston and Naheed Nenshi.

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:

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Episode 71

Guests: Michael Douglas and Andrew Coyne.



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