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Emmy Awards 2004: Double Dumbass On Emmys
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© Joe Crowe
September 20, 2004

William Shatner won an Emmy.

It was a brief shining moment amidst the 2004 Emmy Awards, which rewarded shows that peaked 4 years ago and "Arrested Development," which rules.

Shatner won Outstanding Guest Actor on "The Practice" for a role that he will play regularly on the new ABC series "Boston Legal."

In non-Shatnerian Emmy news, Genndy Tartakovsky drank of the pimp juice. His productions "Star Wars: Clone Wars" won for animation of more than an hour, and "Samurai Jack" won for the less than one hour animated thing.

In semi-Shatnerian news, "Enterprise" won. They got Best Visual Effects and Original Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore.)

And that was it for sci-fi-ish stuff at the Emmys. It's kind of relaxing, having so few sci-fi shows on the air to get overlooked.

News ... editor ... Joe ... Crowe ... can't ... breathe...

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