The Best Emmys 2013 Moments
By ANTOINETTE BUENO
September 23, 2013
The 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards was definitely a memorable one, but what were the night's best moments? Relive them below!
Michael Douglas' Acceptance Speech:
Michael Douglas definitely livened up the Emmys with a hilarious and sweet acceptance speech for his award for best Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie for Behind the Candelabra. Aside from the amusing X-rated jokes directed at his co-star Matt Damon -- who happily giggled in the audience -- he also made sure to thank his "wife" Catherine (Zeta-Jones and Douglas announced their separation in August) and his son Cameron, who's currently in jail.
Best Acceptance Speech Ever?
Merritt Wever charmed audiences with perhaps the shortest speech ever at the Emmys. Accepting an award for best Supporting Actress for her work on Nurse Jackie, Wever proved that sometimes less is really more.
James Gandolfini's In Memoriam Tribute:
Edie Falco moved viewers with a heartfelt In Memoriam Tribute to her long-time Sopranos co-star James Gandolfini. "You all knew James Gandolfini the actor. I was lucky enough to know Jim the man," she said, holding back tears.
Will & Kids:
Will Ferrell proved why he's one of the best award show presenters around, hilariously bringing his three adorable kids onstage. "I couldn't find childcare, OK?," he joked.
Tina & Amy Strike Again:
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler stole the show in a surprise bit before presenting the first Emmy of the evening, chomping on popcorn and heckling host Neil Patrick Harris. "Take your pants off, and twerk it!"