Spicer says he wore disguise while traveling to Emmys appearance

Peter Castro
September 19, 2017

"Especially since, as Colbert himself put it on Jimmy Kimmel Live just last week, "[Spicer] wants to be forgiven, but he won't regret anything he did.

As a cultural presence, the Emmy ceremony is a odd beast among award shows, taking itself far more seriously than much more relevant awards.

He admitted that the biggest star of the year, in fact, was Trump, reminding the audience and viewers at home of the former reality star's obsession with the Emmys.

Sunday night's Emmys pageantry only affirmed what we already knew.

"He was nominated multiple times for Celebrity Apprentice but he never won", Colbert said of Trump.

Michaels told reporters backstage at the Emmy Awards that he knows "Saturday Night Live" airs in all 50 states and that "not all of them are going to agree with what you're doing".

Riz Ahmed beat out Robert De Niro and John Turturro for outstanding lead actor in a limited series on his way to making history as the first Muslim man to win an Emmy for his performance in "The Night Of". "So in a way, this is all your fault". Out rolled Sean Spicer, behind a podium, beaming. The Spicer suck-up was even more pathetic than Jeb Bush playing Jimmy Kimmell's Uber driver on last year's show, and it cast a pall over the whole show, setting the traditional Emmy tone of clueless pomp.

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Stephen Colbert: "Every day since November 8". A night of surprises with perhaps unexpected losers, the Handmaid's Tale, Hulu's adaptation of the classical dystopia was unquestionably one of the biggest winners of the night.

The host also implored winners to thank everyone who helped them get to the stage, "Namely "Game of Thrones" for not being eligible this year".

And at the Emmys Sunday night, Alec Baldwin won Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his portrayal of Trump - even though, one could argue, Baldwin's is not even the best Trump impression on television. The two co-wrote and starred in the Netflix series' "Thanksgiving" episode, based on Waithe's real-life coming out story.

"We've got unbelievable shows like 'Stranger Things.' Millie Bobby Brown is here tonight".

CanLit legend Margaret Atwood was the toast of Tinseltown as "The Handmaid's Tale", based on her 1985 dystopian novel, won eight trophies.

On the comedy side, defending champ "Veep" won Best TV Comedy, while Julia Louis-Dreyfus won her sixth straight Best Actress as Selina Meyer, surpassing Candice Bergen ("Murphy Brown") for the most Emmys ever for one character.

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