Winning a second Emmy would normally be enough to get you off of the D-list, but taking home the trophy for best reality show will always be D-list. Right?
The Creative Arts Primetime Emmys were held Saturday night in Los Angeles, and Kathy Griffin, who’s dubbed them the “Schmemmys” because they’re given out before the actual Emmy broadcast (Sept. 21 this year), once again accepted the award for her Bravo series My Life on the D-List. According to Gold Derby by Tom O’Neil, she started her speech with “Well, well, well! Here we go again, f—ers. Here we go again!” (I still don’t get why she got in so much trouble last year.) Apparently, she and Cesar Millan weren’t the biggest stars in attendance for once. She continued: “Hanks, Gandolfini — what the f—! I’m not going to tell anyone to suck it. I would make love to this thing if I could.”
Speaking of making love, Sarah Silverman also accepted an award Saturday night for “I’m F—ing Matt Damon,” which earned an Emmy for its original music and lyrics. According to People, she acknowledged her ex gracefully: “Thanks to the person for whom this whole video was made: Jimmy Kimmel, who broke my heart — ohh, who’ll always have a place in my heart.”
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For a complete list of Creative Arts Primetime Emmy winners — including 30 Rock, Mad Men, The Simpsons, South Park, and Battlestar Galactica — click here. For EW.com’s continuing Emmys coverage, including bracket games to name the best Emmy-winning drama and comedy of all-time click here. And, of course, don’t forget to vote in our first annual EWwy Awards, which honor the series, actors, and actresses snubbed in the Emmy nominating process. (Last time I checked, Battlestar Galactica was tied with Bones for Best Drama, ahead of Friday Night Lights, The Wire, and Big Love.)