- Bryan Cranston's big smooch lasted 11 seconds.
After Julia Louis-Dreyfus won the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston gave the audience quite a surprise (though the actress later admitted it was planned): a kiss that can't even be fit in one Vine.
- "Modern Family" had a five-peat.
For the first time since "Frasier," the same show--ABC's "Modern Family"--won Outstanding Comedy Series five years in a row. Ty Burrell also won an individual Emmy and during his speech revealed that the kids of the show had written a different one for him--then proceeded to read that one instead.
- "Breaking Bad" went out with a bang.
The award for Outstanding Drama Series--as well as five others--went to "Breaking Bad," which concluded this year.
- Sofia was put on a pedestal, and we don't mean metaphorically.
Sofia Vergara and Television Arts and Sciences President Bruce Rosenblum caught criticism for their bit in which Vergara stood on a platform to show that TV still gives the audience "something compelling to look at." Vergara said critics took it the wrong way, and she was trying to make fun of herself.
- Sarah Silverman wasn't quite ready.
The comedian, who created buzz for claiming that she brought "liquid pot" to the show, ran up to get her award without any shoes on.
- The king of spoof took to his throne.
Riding on the success of his album "Mandatory Fun," Weird Al Yankovic performed a medley parodying theme songs of popular shows, with "Game of Thrones" as the big finale.
- Robin Williams was on everyone's mind.
Many reminisced with memories of the actor. Some attendees wore green ribbons to raise awareness of depression, a disease Williams struggled with. And Billy Crystal paid tribute to him before showing some highlights of his stand-up routines.
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Even if you missed the Emmy Awards last night, you probably know about Bryan Cranston's "stolen" kiss. Catch up on that and six other buzzworthy moments from prime-time TV's most glamorous night.