Stars were quick to praise their fellow celebrities and the dish out some punchy one-liners at the Screen Actors Guild Award show Sunday night.
Here are some of the best soundbites of the evening:
>> Tina Fey, best actress in TV comedy, thanks old friend Amy Poehler: "Amy I've known you since you were pregnant with Lena Dunham"
>> Jesse Tyler Ferguson of "Modern Family" on "30 Rock" and "Office" casts: "If we can absorb any of you into our cast, if you need jobs."
>> Alec Baldwin giving Dick Van Dyke's Lifetime Achievement Award: "Personally, I've been 'borrowing' from Dick every time I am in front of the camera."
>> "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston on winning for Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Drama Series Outstanding: "Tonight, at least, I'm well-endowed."
>> Best supporting actress winner Anne Hathaway after accepting her award for her role in "Les Miserables:" "I'm just so thrilled I have dental."
>> Dick Van Dyke on receiving Lifetime Achievement award: "Aren't we lucky that we found a line of work that doesn't require growing up?"
>> Best supporting comedy actress winner Tina Fey, whose show "30 Rock" is ending its run this week and is going up against a show more popular in the ratings: "Just tape the `Big Bang Theory' for once, for crying out loud."
>> Claire Danes on motherhood: "As a brand-spanking, or Spanx-ing, new mom…"
>> Anna Gunn on the upcoming season of "Breaking Bad:" "Yeah, here's a hint: It's gonna be brutal and apocalyptic. That's a little hint. Yeah, it's going out big, it's not going to be pretty but it's going out big."
>> Bradley Cooper on his sex appeal: "The way you said that…I felt a little sexy."
>> Jennifer Lawrence on winning for best leading female actress: "Now I have this naked statue … which means some of you voted for me."
>> Daniel Day-Lewis after winning for best leading male actor in "Lincoln:" "It occurred to me that it was an actor that murdered Abraham Lincoln, and therefore somehow it's only fitting that every now and then an actor tries to bring him back to life again."