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Seven Emmy geniuses predict Thursday’s award nominations

From GoldDerby.com:

Danson, Duchovny share thoughts on TV business

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – For some actors, winning an Emmy seems to be simple. For Ted Danson, it took eight seasons to win one for “Cheers.”

With the nominations for this year’s awards set to be announced on July 17, eight actors — all with major primetime TV series roles — gathered for a provocative discussion of the Emmys and their careers.

The lineup: Danson (FX’s “Damages”), Alec Baldwin (NBC’s “30 Rock”), David Duchovny (Showtime’s “Californication”), Mark Harmon (CBS’ “NCIS”), David Spade (CBS’ “Rules of Engagement”), Neil Patrick Harris (CBS’ “How I Met Your Mother”), Bryan Cranston (AMC’s “Breaking Bad”) and Rainn Wilson (NBC’s “The Office”).

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Gold Derby Emmy Predictions

From Tom O’Neil of Gold Derby:

So far I have seven of the 10 chaps on the Emmys’ list of top 10 best comedy actors. Later today I’ll have solved the mystery of the lost boys. Meantime, let’s have some fun: Do you want to guess?

Here’s who I have confirmed — see below. Also, I happen to know that longtime Emmy fave Kelsey Grammer (“Back to You”) is not on the list for best comedy actor.

7 OF EMMY’S TOP 10: BEST LEAD COMEDY ACTOR
Alec Baldwin, “30 Rock” (“Rosemary’s Baby”)
Steve Carell, “The Office” (“Goodbye, Toby”)
Larry David, “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (“The Bat Mitzvah”)
David Duchovny, “Californication” (“The Last Waltz”)
Lee Pace, “Pushing Daisies” (“Pie-lette”)
Tony Shalhoub, “Monk” (“Mr. Monk and the Naked Man”)
Charlie Sheen, “Two and a Half Men” (“Is There a Mrs. Waffles?”)

IMPOSSIBLE
Kelsey Grammer, “Back to You” (“Pilot”)

POSSIBLE
Zach Braff, “Scrubs” (“My Princess”)
Jermaine Clement, “Flight of the Conchords” (“Sally Returns”)
Kevin Connolly, “Entourage” (“Malibooty”)
Johnny Galecki, “The Big Bang Theory” (“The Hamburger Postulate”)
Brad Garrett, “‘Til Death” (“Swimming with Starks”)
Adrian Grenier, “Entourage” (“Adios Amigos”)
Jason Lee, “My Name Is Earl” (“Bad Earl”)
Bret McKenzie, “Flight of the Conchords” (“Girlfriends”)
Jim Parsons, “Big Bang Theory” (“The Pancake Batter Anomaly”)
Josh Radnor, “How I Met Your Mother” (“Ten Sessions”)

The Emmy nominations will be announced July 18th.

More Golden Globe Reaction Clips

Another video clip of David’s reaction to his Golden Globe win has been added here at the Multimedia Archive.

David’s Reaction to the Golden Globe Awards

“I kinda didn’t want to watch, it would just make me tense or nervous, so I went out to see a movie at four (o’clock) and I knew I wouldn’t be home until it was announced. I knew if my phone was ringing when I walked into my hotel room that I would have won. And it was. Nobody calls a loser.” – David Duchovny on how he learned he had won the Golden Globe for best actor in a TV series, musical or comedy, for “Californication.”
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David Duchovny, TV actor/comedy for Showtime’s Californication, said he went to a movie instead of watching the news conference. “It would give me a stomachache. I’m sitting in a dark hotel room now with a glass of wine by myself. It’s great for the show. I’m very happy.” Who would he have thanked? “The creator of the show. I was really looking forward to thanking my kids (Madelaine, 8, and Kyd, 5) since I haven’t won anything since they understood the English language. It would be nice to go on TV and thank them.”
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“It’s wonderful to be able to accept an
award while taking a bath,” said David Duchovny, who won comedy actor
for Showtime’s “Californication.” “I hope it’s not the last time I get
to do that.”

Duchovny said he didn’t miss the awards-show hoopla.

“That
doesn’t matter to me at all,” he said. “For me, the sadness of this is
not the cancellation of an awards showbut it’s endemic of the strike in
general. There is a work stoppage going on. People are getting laid
off, people are losing houses — this is all what it’s all about. It’s
not about somebody like me who’s really lucky, getting up there saying
how lucky they are.”

Source: Associated Press

David was also interviewed by The TV Guide Channel after the announcement. Click here to listen.

Golden Globe Win!

Congratulations to David on his Golden Globe win for Californication!!!!

Since the show was not broadcast due to the Writer’s Strike, you can re-visit his last Golden Globe win in 1997 for his role as Agent Mulder in The X-Files: Video Clip and Photos.

Yeah David!

  • Best Actor, Comedy or Musical Series
    • Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock
    • Steve Carell, The Office
    • David Duchovny, Californication
    • Ricky Gervais, Extras
    • Lee Pace, Pushing Daisies


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