2010 Emmys are clearly Homophobic


Let’s be calm for a second here people.  I’m not trying to cause trouble.  But for those of us who like freedom, liberty and equality I think we need to stand tall during this injustice called The Emmy‘s.

So, there was like 20 gays nominated.  But only one won?  Homophobic much? Clearly more of the gays should’ve won.  Sad, conservative republican  TV academy.

So, in a sarcastic attempt to honor the gays, they endow George Clooney with the Bob Hope Humanitarian Award.  But again, a back-handed insult as we really know that no one in this strict, John McCain-loving Hollywood industry is really a humanitarian.  So selfish.

How could Neil Patrick Harris have not won?  I’ll tell you how, he’s getting too popular and the straights are starting to fear him.

And Glee as the opening number?  The singing, the dancing.  Basically mocking gays saying “look what us straight people can do on television and you can’t.”  If the gays want to dance, let ’em dance.  Stop being so oppressive TV academy.

As an occasional gay woman, I am offended.  It’s 2010, let the gays truly color shine!

If you can stand the utter homophobia, the 2010 Emmy winners are listed below:

Drama Series

Breaking Bad (AMC)
Dexter (Showtime)
The Good Wife (CBS)
Lost (ABC)
Mad Men (AMC)
True Blood (HBO)

Comedy Series

Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO)
Modern Family (ABC)
Glee (Fox)
Nurse Jackie (Showtime)
The Office (NBC)
30 Rock (NBC)


The Pacific (HBO)
Return to Cranford (PBS)

Made for Television Movie

Endgame (PBS)
Georgia O’Keeffe (Lifetime)
Moonshot (History)
The Special Relationship (HBO)
Temple Grandin (HBO)
You Don’t Know Jack (HBO)

Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad (AMC)
Michael C. Hall, Dexter (Showtime)
Kyle Chandler, Friday Night Lights (DirecTV/NBC)
Hugh Laurie, House (Fox)
Matthew Fox, Lost (ABC)
Jon Hamm, MadMen (AMC)

Lead Actor in a Comedy Series

Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory (CBS)
Larry David, CurbYourEnthusiasm (HBO)
Tony Shalhoub, Monk (USA)
Steve Carell, The Office (NBC)
Alec Baldwin, 30Rock (NBC)
Matthew Morrison, Glee (Fox)

Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Kyra Sedgwick, The Closer (TNT)
Glenn Close, Damages (FX)
Connie Britton,  Friday Night Lights (DirecTV/NBC)
Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife (CBS)
Mariska Hargitay, Law & Order: SVU (NBC)
January Jones, Mad Men (AMC)

Lead Actress in a Comedy Series

Lea Michele, Glee (Fox)
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, The New Adventures of Old Christine (CBS)
Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie (Showtime)
Amy Poehler, Parks and Recreation (NBC)
Tina Fey, 30 Rock (NBC)
Toni Collette, United States of Tara (Showtime)

Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

Chris Colfer, Glee (Fox)
Neil Patrick Harris, How I Met Your Mother (CBS)
Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Modern Family (ABC)
Eric Stonestreet, Modern Family (ABC)
Ty Burrell, Modern Family (ABC)
Jon Cryer, Two and a Half Men (CBS)

Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

Jane Lynch, Glee (Fox)
Julie Bowen, Modern Family (ABC)
Sofia Vergara, Modern Family (ABC)
Kristen Wiig, Saturday Night Live (NBC)
Jane Krakowski, 30 Rock (NBC)
Holland Taylor, Two and a Half Men (CBS)

Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie

Maggie Smith, Capturing Mary (HBO)
Joan Allen, Georgia O’Keeffe (Lifetime)
Judi Dench, Return to Cranford (PBS)
Hope Davis, The Special Relationship (HBO)
Claire Danes, Temple Grandin (HBO)

Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie

Jeff Bridges, A DogYear (HBO)
Ian McKellen, The Prisoner (AMC)
Michael Sheen, The Special Relationship (HBO)
Dennis Quaid, The Special Relationship (HBO)
Al Pacino, You Don’t Know Jack (HBO)