The 2010 Emmy Awards are history, and—whether you watched live or not—these are the moments you'll want to remember. From the opener, to the Conan jokes, to the most awkward parts—and more!—video of the best/worst moments is inside.
Ryan Seacrest and the Case of Christina Hendricks' Giant Breasts
Starting off, we have one of the MANY awkward moments from E!'s red carpet coverage. Here's Ryan Seacrest interviewing Mad Men's Christina Hendricks and making jokes about her breasts, all while a horny cameraman zooms in on them.
The Glee-tastic Opener
Host Jimmy Fallon opened the show in style with the cast of Glee for a sketch inspired by their show (with many special guests, including Tina Fey and an unlikely—and oddly funny—cameo by Kate Gosselin).
Requisite Conan O'Brien/NBC Joke, Take One
Not able to help himself—or the fact that it was so easy to do—Fallon poked fun at departed Tonight Show host Conan O'Brien within the show's first few minutes.
Top Chef Triggers a Trip
Top Chef won the Emmy for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program, and a lady tripped in the aisle while heading up to accept the award. People tripping is always funny! (Also, notice the dude in front of her who realizes that she tripped on something he'd left in the aisle and tries to cover his tracks.)
Matthew Weiner Gets Cut the Eff Off
While accepting the award for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series for Mad Men, Matthew Weiner got cut off—hilariously. Mariska Hargitay and Chris Meloni's reactions are priceless.
Ricky Gervais, Mel Gibson, and Bucky Gunts
Ricky Gervais presented a couple of Comedy, Variety or Music awards, and pretty much stole the night. First, he told a brilliant Mel Gibson joke. Then, he hilariously expressed his joy for nominee Bucky Gunts' name (and what it rhymes with). Here are both of those moments in one video.
The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien's B-Roll Video
During the reading of the nominees for Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series award, O'Brien's Tonight Show poked fun at itself with a funny B-Roll spot.
Jewel Channels Shakira
Jewel performed a song for the "In Memoriam" segment and—at the beginning of her performance, at least—sounded a bit like Shakira and, ergo, a dying goat.
Al Pacino Really Likes Dr. Death
Al Pacino won the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie award for his portrayal of Dr. Jack Kevorkian in You Don't Know Jack, but it seemed that Pacino—and everyone else in the audience—not only knew Jack, but loved him.
Will the Real Temple Grandin's Mom Please Stand Up? I Repeat, Will the Real Temple Grandin's Mom Please Stand Up?
Temple Grandin got adorably excited on stage near the end of the show and asked her equally adorable mother to stand up and be recognized.
And... that's a wrap!