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Co-hosts Fey and Poehler prove big Golden Globes winners


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With a shaggy wig and mustache, she was identified among those up for best actor in a TV film or miniseries: "As the professional volleyball player battling restless leg syndrome — Damian Franciso in ‘Dog President.’" Needless to say, Damian Franciso didn’t win anything except chuckles.

The broadcast wasn’t as raucous as it has been in past years. On the other hand, it wasn’t nearly as refined as "Downton Abbey" (for which Maggie Smith won as best supporting actress though, alas, was a no-show).

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All in all, Fey and Poehler made good on their promise and stewarded a fun, funny show in a fashion the Oscars might envy. An achievement like that should be grounds for these funny ladies hosting the Globes two more times — at least.




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