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Old 01-07-24, 07:39 PM
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Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

Jo Koy going over like a lead weight has been quality cringe. What a poorly produced program

That said, Bill Hader and Ali Wong are together? Neat.
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

Billie Eilish's suit was serving Dana Carvey turtle.

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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

Did they just tell Jo Koy to stay backstage.
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

Originally Posted by joe_b
Billie Eilish's suit was serving Dana Carvey turtle.

If she did not do that intentionally, that is too freaky
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

Here is the full winners list:
Best Motion Picture - Drama
Oppenheimer (Universal Pictures)

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama
Lily Gladstone (Killers of the Flower Moon)

Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Poor Things (Searchlight Pictures)

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Paul Giamatti (The Holdovers)

Best Television Series – Drama
Succession (HBO | Max)

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Series – Drama
Sarah Snook (Succession)

Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy
The Bear (FX)

Best Television Limited Series, Anthology Series or Motion Picture Made For Television
Beef (Netflix)

Cinematic and Box Office Achievement
Barbie (Warner Bros. Pictures)

Best Original Song – Motion Picture
“What Was I Made For?” — Barbie
Music & Lyrics By: Billie Eilish O’Connell, Finneas O’Connell

Best Original Score – Motion Picture
Ludwig GŲransson (Oppenheimer)

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama
Cillian Murphy (Oppenheimer)

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Emma Stone (Poor Things)

Best Director – Motion Picture
Christopher Nolan (Oppenheimer)

Best Motion Picture – Animated
The Boy and the Heron (Gkids)

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Series – Drama
Kieran Culkin (Succession)


Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy
Ayo Edebiri (The Bear)

Best Motion Picture – Non-English Language
Anatomy of a Fall (Neon) – France

Best Performance in Stand-Up Comedy On Television
Ricky Gervais (Ricky Gervais: Armageddon)

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy
Jeremy Allen White (The Bear)

Best Screenplay – Motion Picture
Justine Triet, Arthur Harari (Anatomy of a Fall)

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role On Television
Matthew Macfadyen (Succession)

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role On Television
Elizabeth Debicki (The Crown)

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or a Motion Picture Made For Television
Steven Yeun (Beef)

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or a Motion Picture Made For Television
Ali Wong (Beef)

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture
Robert Downey Jr. (Oppenheimer)

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture
Da’vine Joy Randolph (The Holdovers)
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

Ironically The Bear won Golden Globes for Season 2 before the Emmys for their first season have even been handed out.
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

Jo Koy will never get hired to host another awards show ever again

Even Deidre Hall, one of the queens of Daytime TV, posted on Facebook he was an absolute embarrassment.
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

Originally Posted by DJariya
Jo Koy will never get hired to host another awards show ever again

Even Deidre Hall, one of the queens of Daytime TV, posted on Facebook he was an absolute embarrassment.
I feel sorry for him. I like Jo Koy and think he's very funny. But now I am curious to see it for myself.

Maybe Deidre Hall is a racist?
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

I watched the first seven of his ten minute opener. Honestly, he seemed par for the course for this sort of thing, but I bailed after he made a big reaction to the audience's lack of explosive laughter one time too many. A joke would get mild laughs, and he'd defensively exclaim, "That was hilarious!" I don't know if he's insecure, or trying to pretend he's doing super controversial jokes, but it did not endear him to me.
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

Yeah, Jo Koy wasn't very good, but it didn't help that it felt like the audience was afraid to laugh at some of the jokes.
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

They should've hired Gaffigan. Or just had no host.
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

He's not famous enough for the A-listers to pretend he's funny.
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

I had read everyone turned the hosting job down. He was announced at the host right before Christmas so he only had a few weeks to prepare.
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

I just watched his opening monologue. I thought it was funny. The audience was laughing and clapping. Maybe he wasn't getting the big reactions he was used to, but he wasn't getting crickets. Do people expect to be slapping their knees and crying? It's a few minutes of jokes about the movies and TV. He wasn't going after people like Ricky Gervais does. He did come off as a bit desperate, though. Like someone said, maybe he isn't famous enough for the room.
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

This winner's list looks about right...no need to watch the Oscars now.

How is The Color Purple completely shut out tho? Didn't they just go through a whole scandal of the Hollywood Foreign Press being racist and not recognizing enough people of color? I haven't seen the new Color Purple yet but I am surprised to see it not recognized for anything.
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

Originally Posted by bluesix
This winner's list looks about right...no need to watch the Oscars now.

How is The Color Purple completely shut out tho? Didn't they just go through a whole scandal of the Hollywood Foreign Press being racist and not recognizing enough people of color? I haven't seen the new Color Purple yet but I am surprised to see it not recognized for anything.
It was only nominated for Best Actress in a Comedy/Musical and Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy/Musical.

Emma Stone won Best Actress for Poor Thing (which went on to win Best Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical), Da'Vine Joy Randolph won for The Holdovers in Supporting.
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

Originally Posted by Count Dooku
I just watched his opening monologue. I thought it was funny. The audience was laughing and clapping. Maybe he wasn't getting the big reactions he was used to, but he wasn't getting crickets. Do people expect to be slapping their knees and crying? It's a few minutes of jokes about the movies and TV. He wasn't going after people like Ricky Gervais does. He did come off as a bit desperate, though. Like someone said, maybe he isn't famous enough for the room.
He bombed big time. No other way to spin it.

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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

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he only had a few weeks to prepare.
Yes, and he certainly let everyone know it while also throwing writers under the bus.
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

I didn't even know this awards show was happening until around 4 hours before the telecast. Very interesting to see the lack of hype and discussion compared to years past.
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

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Yes, and he certainly let everyone know it while also throwing writers under the bus.
Yeah, that wasn't cool. I understand that he didn't have much time to prepare, but it wasn't good, and he came off as quite defensive.

It was funny to see a local guy on stage, Matty Matheson from the Bear (big dude with neck tattoos) has a restaurant in our town (along with several in Toronto) and his kid goes to the same high school as our kids. We were watching the awards and my son said "Hey, I know that guy, I've seen him at our school!".
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

Glad I watched Sunday Night Football.
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

Originally Posted by Decker
He bombed big time. No other way to spin it.
Well, I'm not trying to spin anything. I watched the opening monologue and that's what I thought (I thought it was funny, not LOL or anything but not shitty) and what I heard (people were laughing).

I will just add though that media outlets love to jump on the bandwagon of a narrative, so I would take all of that with a grain of salt
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

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He bombed big time. No other way to spin it.
He was terrible. And it's pretty bad when the presenters and even the people accepting awards are funnier than the host. I enjoyed everything about the show except Koy.
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

Originally Posted by Count Dooku
I feel sorry for him. I like Jo Koy and think he's very funny. But now I am curious to see it for myself.

Maybe Deidre Hall is a racist?
Well, that escalated quickly.
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Re: Golden Globes (Show Discussion) - Jan 7, 2024

Originally Posted by MLBFan24
I didn't even know this awards show was happening until around 4 hours before the telecast. Very interesting to see the lack of hype and discussion compared to years past.
Iím usually pretty in tune with the Golden Globes and Oscars and I didnít even realize this was on last night until it was almost over and I came across this thread. I didnít bother tuning in.

Iím not defending Koy since I didnít watch the show and it seems almost unanimous that he was pretty terrible but they were already scraping the bottom of the barrel with him. And with only a couple weeks to prepare, they set him up for failure. I can only imagine no one will want to host and for the next couple of years, the GG wonít have a host.

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