emmy awards

# 229: Harvey and Irma and Boomer and Emmy


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Tonight on the show, a preview of the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Who will win for Drama Series? Who won at the Creative Arts Emmys, and a recap of Oklahoma's thrilling win over the B*ckeyes, and why it's time to move on from the B*ckeyes.

All that, plus happenings around town.

# 191: The Boomer Sooner Emmy Preview Show


59:39 minutes (54.62 MB)

Tonight on the show:
- The Creative Arts Awards, Who won and who lost? Which Guest Acting winner wasn't even a nominee when the nominations were announced? Plus, was the 18th time the charm for Amy Poehler? And, will Game of Thrones be # 1 all-time in Primetime at the Emmys? (Spoiler alert below)

And:
- Ohio State at Oklahoma; Will Oklahoma beat the B*ckeyes in Norman? Will the B*ckeyes cheat their way to the top and cruise to another National Title?
- Michigan & Ohio State's seasons thus far

COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS:
- '90s Fest (9/16 at Columbus Commons)
- Rock the Ville (9/17 in Uptown Westerville; rescheduled from August 13)
- Independent's Day (9/17 & 18 in East Franklinton)
- Columbus VegFest (9/24 at Northland Performing Arts Center)
- 50th Oktoberfest (9/24-25 at Ohio Expo Center)
- Otterbein Homecoming (9/30 & 10/01 at Otterbein University)

SELECT CREATIVE ARTS EMMY WINNERS:
Guest Actor, Comedy: Peter Scolari, Girls (HBO)
Guest Actress(es), Comedy: Tina Fey & Amy Poehler, SNL (NBC)
Guest Actress, Drama: Margo Martindale, The Americans (F/X)
Guest Actor, Drama: Hank Azaria, Ray Donovan (Showtime)
Game of Thrones - 9 Emmys on September 10; 33 wins all-time; Most Honored Drama Series of All-Time

# 159: Autumn, The Center of Our Universe


59:10 minutes (54.18 MB)

Tonight on the show, recaps of the Emmys, and the B*ckeye struggles against Northern Illinois, a team that the B*ckeyes should have clobbered, but didn't. Plus, the show opens with Neil DeGrasse Tyson exploring the role that Autumn plays.

SONG LIST:
"Moondance" - Van Morrison
"Dancing in the Moonlight" - King Harvest
"California Dreamin'" - The Mamas and the Papas
"Autumn in New York"

# 157: Emmys Unfiltered


59:35 minutes (54.55 MB)

Tonight on the show, the Emmys. Who will win and who will lose on Emmy night? HBO won 29 Emmys at the Creative Arts Emmys last Saturday, with Game of Thrones winning eight of them, needing only one win to tie the record set by The West Wing in 2000, and two to set a new record, on Sunday night. Mad Men can be alone on top of the Drama mountain with a record-setting fifth Drama Series win on Sunday night. Game of Thrones leads overall with 24 nominations, more than twice as many as the new two shows apiece, House of Cards and Mad Men, which both got 11 nods each. Modern Family is vying for a record-setting sixth Comedy Series Emmy, and standing in the way are (besides a lack of Writing and Directing nods for the five-time defending Comedy Champs) Veep (in a Presidential Election Cycle already forming) and the new kid on the online block, Transparent, with nine and 11 nominations, respectively.

The 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards air Sunday night at 8PM (after the Cowboys/Eagles game) on Fox, hosted by Andy Samberg.

PREDICTIONS (for Telecast Categories on September 20):
Comedy Series: Veep
Drama Series: Mad Men
Limited Series: Olive Kitteridge
Variety/Talk: The Late Show with David Letterman
Variety/Sketch: Inside Amy Schumer
Reality-Competition: The Amazing Race
Lead Actor, Comedy: Jeffrey Tambor, Transparent
Lead Actress, Comedy: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep
Supporting Actor, Comedy: Tituss Burgess, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Supporting Actress, Comedy: Allison Janney, Mom
Writing, Comedy: "Alive in Phoenix", Last Man on Earth
Directing, Comedy: "Alive in Phoenix", Last Man on Earth
Lead Actor, Drama: Jon Hamm, Mad Men
Lead Actress, Drama: Viola Davis, How To Get Away With Murder
Supporting Actor, Drama: Jonathan Banks, Better Call Saul
Supporting Actress, Drama: Lena Headey, Game of Thrones
Writing, Drama: "Person to Person", Mad Men
Directing, Drama: "Mother's Mercy", Game of Thrones

The DJBC Happy Hour - Emmys 2015 Promo (September 14)


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Promo for September 14 "The DJBC Happy Hour" (Show # 157: The Emmys)

The 2014 Emmy Awards Preview (The DJBC 2014 Summer Finale)


59:35 minutes (54.55 MB)

Tonight on the show, the Emmy Awards are previewed, leading up to the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on August 25 on NBC, hosted by Seth Meyers.

Emmys 2014 Promo (08-18-2014)


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Promo for the August 18, 2014 "The DJBC Happy Hour" Summer Finale

Show # 87: July 22, 2013


59:39 minutes (54.62 MB)

Tonight on the show, the Emmy Nominations are recapped, as "House of Cards" made history by being the first online-based series to get a Drama Series nomination (plus eight other nominations). Also, the Silver Garbage Awards. Who did DJBC nominate as the "Worst of the Worst" of the TV landscape?

Emmy Award Leftovers + idUS Preview


59:25 minutes (54.41 MB)

LIVE on the DJBC Happy Hour, the Emmy Awards- Who Won and Who Lost; Biff and Raff give their two cents in on Red Carpet Fashion

Emmy Awards Blog: http://bryansilvergarbageawards.blogspot.com/2012/09/the-64th-annual-pri...
Leftovers to tonight's show: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/32303883922/the-djbc-happy-hour-le...

And a preview of idUS- September 28 through October 8 in Columbus (http://idus.us)

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Emmy Winners:
*- Announced on Sept. 15 at the Creative Arts Emmys
(Comedy)
Series: Modern Family (ABC)- first ABC THREE-peat Comedy Series since 1981
Actor: Jon Cryer (Two and a Half Men, CBS)- second actor with Lead & Supporting Actor Comedy Emmys
Actress: Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Veep, HBO)- first actor with three Emmys for regular roles in three different Comedies
Supporting Actor: Eric Stonestreet (Modern Family, ABC)
Supporting Actress: Julie Bowen (Modern Family, ABC)
Writing: Louis C.K. (Louie, "Pregnant", F/X)
Directing: Steven Levitan (Modern Family, "Baby on Board", ABC)
Guest Actor: Jimmy Fallon (Saturday Night Live, NBC)*
Guest Actress: Kathy Bates (Two and a Half Men, CBS)*

(Reality)
Reality Series: Undercover Boss (CBS)*
Reality-Competition Program: The Amazing Race (CBS)
Reality Host: Tom Bergeron (Dancing with the Stars, ABC)

(Variety)
Variety Series: The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (Comedy Central)- Ricky Gervais, when presenting the Emmy said, "Oh no, not again"...my sentiments exactly, # 10 in a row for the Comedy Central late night staple
Variety Special: The Kennedy Center Honors (CBS)*
Special Class Special: The 65th Annual Tony Awards (CBS)*
Series Writing: The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Writing Team (Comedy Central)*
Series Directing: Don Roy King (Saturday Night Live, "Mick Jagger", NBC)*
Special Writing: Louis CK (Louis C.K.: Live at the Beacon Theatre, F/X)

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