Golden Globes 2019 Best, Worst and Most WTF Moments

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Best: Sandra Oh Has a Fantastic Night: Has anyone in the history of awards shows been more endearingly amped up about their parents being in the audience than Sandra Oh.

Best: Olivia Colman’s Much-Deserved Win for ‘The Favourite: Once and future queen Olivia Colman really won two awards last night: one for Best Actress in a Comedy for her performance.

WTF: Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh’s Overly Earnest Opening: At the risk of sounding impossible to please, Samberg and Oh opened on a note that was a little too nice.

WTF: That Bizarre Flu Shot Bit: We suppose a sight gag was inevitable, but we don’t really get the thinking behind this one. Partway through the ceremony.

Best: ‘Roma’ Gets Some Love: Alfonso Cuarón cemented his status as one of our greatest living directors with Roma, his semi-autobiographical black.

Worst: Those Ugly New Statuettes: Call us petty, but the HFPA’s revamped-for-2019 look for the Golden Globe just strikes us as a little bit, well, tacky.

Best: The Continued Reign of Regina King: On the heels of her Emmy win for playing a bereaved mom in Netflix’s Seven Seconds, King scored the only trophy for.

WTF: Jeff Bridges’ Delightfully Dude-Channeling Speech: Talk about unscripted: When Bridges took the stage to accept the Cecil B. DeMille award, it looked.

Worst: ‘Green Book’ Wins Best Comedy: Superficially, Green Book is a decent movie that tackles racism via the real-life friendship that developed between Tony Vallelonga (Viggo Mortensen).

Best: ‘The Americans’ Finally Gets Its Due: Somewhere out there, an Americans fan may have just ended their hunger strike. Known for years as “the best show you’re not watching

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