What You’ll See at the Fully Live Emmys

 Now that none of the Emmys will be time-shifted, what can viewers look forward to?   The Washington Post’s Lisa de Moraes sums it up as only she could, saying these "boring bits" have now be rescued:   The winners’ chest-bumping in the aisles with fellow participants; the endless walk up to the stage; the […]

Last Updated: August 12, 2009 @ 11:22 PM

 Now that none of the Emmys will be time-shifted, what can viewers look forward to?

 

The Washington Post’s Lisa de Moraes sums it up as only she could, saying these "boring bits" have now be rescued:

 

The winners’ chest-bumping in the aisles with fellow participants; the endless walk up to the stage; the wild applause; the winner looking at the Emmy; the winner looking again at the Emmy; the parts of the acceptance speech in which the winner’s eyes take on the look of a taxidermied frog as he or she proceeds to list the agents, managers, studio suits and publicists who have made the winner’s career the brilliant success it is. Times 28.