Incredibly there were no wins for "Game of Thrones" or enough for "Orange is the new Black".

Jessica Lange on  American Horror Story: Coven  (FX)
Jessica Lange on American Horror Story: Coven (FX) ((AP Photo/The Weinstein Company, Andrew Schwartz))
"Breaking Bad" bowed  out gracefully and jokingly saying said its goodbyes but not before taking three or four more Emmys.  Brian Cranston backstage banter was funny then very thankful for his fullfiling life as an actor. The "Breaking Bad" cast certainly was not going anywhere without its due.

We predict that next year HBO's ,"Game of Thrones" will sweep the Emmys with "Breaking Bad" out of the race.

Backstage:
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Outstanding Directing for Comedy Series

Gail Mancuso- Modern Family  acceptance speech was a dialogue with Handsome Mathew McConaughey,(we can't blame her!) "Whew.  Wow.  Thank you so much to the television Academy.  I really, really appreciate it.  And congratulations to all my fellow nominees.  They are it was an amazing, healthy category this year.  I feel like I'm going to lose it.  I feel like I want to look at my cast, and I love them so much.  And if you don't mind, Matthew McConaughey, I'm just going to make contact with you right now.  Whew.  That's much better.  Thank you.  So, Matthew, I'm going to talk about how great my producers are over there.  Jeff Morton, Steve Levitan, Chris Lloyd.  I can't look at them because I'll cry.  They produce a wonderful show, and I wish it was written by if the cameraman could get out of my way a little bit, that would be great.  Thank you.  I'm just trying to direct this.  Right there, baby.  Right there.  Thank you for staying with me.

Sarah Silverman won for Outstanding Writing (we think she was stoned...and not sharing),

"This didn't even occur to me.  Um, thank you to my Jews at CAA, Larry, Moe, Curly, and Nick Usiphoro.  Heidi Erzod produced it, and Liam Lynch directed it.  We've got the old team back together:  HBO, Michael Lombardo, Nina Rosenstein, and Funny Or Die, Betsy and Ana and "Amy's V," my friends and my manager and my partner, and thank you for being such a huge part of my life.  Flanny, Mark Flanagan at Largo, thank you for making Largo my home and for introducing me to my love, Mr. Fancy Pants Sheen.  And we are all just made of molecules, and we are hurling through space right now.  Thank you."

 

Supporting Actress Kathy Bates came backstage and remarked on her winning for her role in American Horror Story Coven,"Okay.  Well, I was sure I wasn't going to win.  I'm serious, because the first place I went when I got here was the green room and there were guys in there with the little silver suitcase and they had it open.  It was like they were going through the winners and losers.  So they caught my eye when I walked in and they both kind of tilted their heads in that sort of social worker I'm sorry way.  Then I came in tonight and I was way over there and I thought, yeah, that's right, I'm not going to win. 

 

Outstanding Reality Series Competition Program

 

"The Amazing Race", Bertram Van Munster accepted for the cast," I can assure you we didn't expect this at all, really.  So I want to thank the Academy, CBS, Les Moonves, Nina Tassler, Chris Castello over there, and all of the hundreds and hundreds of people that worked so hard on this show around the world.  The world is not a bad place.  Actually, you can go safely to a lot of places, contrary to what they make you believe.  So thank you all so very, very much."

 

6:25 p.m. Allison Janney as Bonnie Mom

Spoke of losing someone to depression , the Green Ribbon represents people with depression

 

7:00 p.m.  We asked gorgeous  Jessica Lange who kicked ass in American Horror Story what her beauty secret was and if she was feeling like he ws having an out of body experience. She replied,"I have none," (beauty secrets) and not so much feeling the out of body. Classic answer from a classy actress. She  also described a favorite “fan” moment when she was walking down a street in New Orleans and passed a group of young men sitting on a stoop and one of them gasped out: “Shitballs, she's the Supreme!” — referring to Lange's character Fiona Goode

JESSICA LANGE,"I am profoundly surprised at this but very grateful.  Thank you to the Academy and a special thanks to everybody who is part of my life on this show, starting with, as Kathy said, one of the greatest crews that work tirelessly, to our amazing set of directors, our incredible writers, and a cast that is just a dream come true beginning to end; and, of course, to Brad and to my darling Ryan who makes this all possible.  I don't know what to say.  I truly am so surprised.  So thank you.  Thank you.  Thank you.  Thank you.  Thank you very much."


7:29 Colbert Report.....Stage acceptance speech,"

Stephen Colbert,"Thank you.  It has been a ton of fun to do the show for the last nine years.  Thank you so much for giving us this award.  We want to thank Jon Stewart again.  We want to thank everybody who's not on this stage, who worked on the show.  Our writers won last week for writing a variety series.  I'm so proud of those guys and one woman.  (Audio interruption.)  And sorry for that, for some reason.  And I love my wife and I love my children, and thank you for all your patience with me.  Thank you."

 

7:42 pm Kathy Bates wins.... "Okay.  Well, I was sure I wasn't going to win.  I'm serious, because the first place I went when I got here was the green room and there were guys in there with the little silver suitcase and they had it open.  It was like they were going through the winners and losers.  So they caught my eye when I walked in and they both kind of tilted their heads in that sort of social worker I'm sorry way.  Then I came in tonight and I was way over there and I thought, yeah, that's right, I'm not going to win. "

 


8:00 Julianna Margulies wearing Narcisoo Rodriguiez "I get to keep none of it"

I will have a dirty martini with olives.. That's how I'm celebrating tonight.

8:15 Loius CK , "You guys must be really sick of this shit."

9:00 Breaking Bad were the final winners to come backstage looking like Clark Gable, Cranston was asked about the kiss with Dryfuss, he replied,"the question is why or why not?"


 

(Brian Cranston kissed Julia Louis Dreyfus on her way to the stage, nearly stealing the show. Both were asked about it backstage.)

 

7:47 Brian Cranston wins and gives a winning speech," Oh, wow.  Even I thought about voting for Matthew (McConaughey) My friend.  I don't know why I have been blessed with an abundance of good fortune in my life.  I was a kid who always looked for the shortcut, a schemer.  My own family nicknamed me Sneaky Pete. My own family.   So I did happen to stumble upon finding a passion that created a seed and bloomed into something so wonderful for me.  I love to act.  It is a passion of mine, and I will do it until my last breath.  I can only say that I have gratitude for everything that has happened.  I have gratitude for the Academy, for this lovely honor.  To the love of my family, I love you guys.  To gratitude for AMC and Sony.  And especially Vince Gilligan to make this possible for me to have this role of a lifetime  Gratitude for our writers, our directors, the wonderful crew that we have in New Mexico and this intimate cast that we created.  And my dear friend, Aaron Paul, I love you so much.  You were with me all the way and I appreciate that and helping each other.  To Anna Gunn, my television wife extraordinaire, I love you.  And especially those scenes in bed. 

Finally, I want to just say that I'd like to dedicate this award to all the Sneaky Petes of the world who thought that maybe settling for mediocrity was a good idea because it was safe.  Don't do it.  Take a chance.  Take a risk.  Find that passion.  Rekindle it.  Fall in love all over again.  It's really worth it.  God bless you.  Thank you very much."

Vince Gilligan also thanked the fans for all their support,"Wow.  Holy cow.  Fastest Emmys ever.  This thing flew.  Thank you so much for this wonderful farewell to our show.  You have been very kind to us indeed.  And congratulations to all the other nominees who we are honored to stand amongst.  This is indeed a wonderful time to be working in television.  I think you all know that.  We're lucky.  We're lucky all to be working now.  And I want to thank AMC and Sony, and I want to thank the best damn crew ever in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  I want to thank our wonderful producers and the best cast, the best writers and directors.  Colin Bucksey, who tonight, Adam Bernstein over there too.  Congratulations to you guys.  And Michelle MacLaren, all our other directors.  And, of course, Mr. Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, Dean Norris, who couldn't be here tonight, RJ Mitte, Betsy Brandt.  Thank you very much."
 
Aaron Paul  won for Outstanding supporting Actor in a Drama Series on"Breaking bad"
 

"Oh, wow.  I feel like I'm going to throw up.  Can we please have another round of applause for Jim Carter, Josh Charles, Peter Dinklage, Jon Voight, and Mandy Patinkin. (Applause.) I am so I know I can speak for everyone in this room.  We are so happy you found this gift inside you guys and decided to share it with us.  So thank you.  Thank you so much.  My God, "Breaking Bad," it has changed my life.  And I am standing up here because of one man, and that is Vince Gilligan.  Thank you so much, Vince.  Thank you for believing in me, trusting in me to play this guy.  I miss him, you know.  I love him, the best cast and crew I've ever worked with and for.  Bryan, there's not a there's not a single day that goes by that I do not miss running to work to be able to work opposite of you, my friend.  I've learned so much on screen and off.  Thank you.  Thank you.  Cast, I love you guys.  My friends, my family, thank you.  And to my wife, my God, thank you for marrying me.  Thank you for dedicating your life to spread kindness across the world.  We all appreciate it.  If you guys don't know what she does, look up Kind Campaign.  Do yourself and your children a fair, Kind Campaign.  Thank you so much.  Thank you."

Kathy Bates photo by paty elias/la.com

"True Detective" (Episode: "Who Goes There"), Director Cary Joji Fukunaga (HBO) photo by paty elias/la.com

Julia Louis-Dreyfus on "Veep" photo by paty elias/la.com

Modern Family (Episode: Las Vegas ), directed by Gail Mancuso (ABC) photo by paty elias/la.com

Modern Family (Episode: Las Vegas ), directed by Gail Mancuso (ABC) photo by paty elias/la.com


OUTSTANDING COMEDY SERIES

• Modern Family 

OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES

• Breaking Bad (AMC)*


OUTSTANDING VARIETY SERIES

• The Colbert Report (Comedy Central)


OUTSTANDING MINISERIES

• Fargo (FX)

OUTSTANDING TELEVISION MOVIE


• The Normal Heart (HBO)


OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES

• Jim Parsons on “The Big Bang Theory” (CBS)

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES

• Julia Louis-Dreyfus on “Veep” (HBO)



OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES

• Bryan Cranston on “Breaking Bad” (AMC)



OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A DRAMA  SERIES

 • Julianna Margulies on “The Good Wife” (CBS)


OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A MINISERIES OR MOVIE

• Benedict Cumberbatch on “Sherlock: His Last Vow” (PBS)



OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A MINISERIES OR MOVIE


• Jessica Lange on “American Horror Story: Coven” (FX)



OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A COMEDY 

• Ty Burrell on “Modern Family” (ABC)



OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES


• Allison Janney on “Mom” (CBS)



OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES

• Aaron Paul on “Breaking Bad” (AMC)



OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES

Anna Gunn  "Breaking Bad"  ( AMC)          



OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A MINISERIES 

• Martin Freeman on “Sherlock: His Last Vow” (PBS)


OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A MINISERIES OR MOVIE

• Kathy Bates on “American Horror Story: Coven” (FX)


OUTSTANDING DIRECTING FOR A COMEDY 

• “Modern Family” (Episode: “Las Vegas”), directed by Gail Mancuso (ABC)



OUTSTANDING DIRECTING FOR A DRAMA SERIES

• “True Detective” (Episode: “Who Goes There”), directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga (HBO)

OUTSTANDING DIRECTING FOR A MINISERIES, MOVIE OR A DRAMATIC SPECIAL

• “Fargo” (Episode: “Buridan's Ass”), directed by Colin Bucksey



OUTSTANDING WRITING FOR A COMEDY SERIES

• “Louie” (Episode: “So Did the Fat Lady”), written by Louis C.K. (FX)


OUTSTANDING WRITING FOR A DRAMA SERIES


• “Breaking Bad” (Episode: “Ozymandias”), written by Moira Walley-Beckett (AMC)