Emmys 2016: The Moments You Didn't See on TV

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When the stars of the small screen got together under one roof, there was bound to be some memorable moments.
Viewers of the 2016 Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles got a glimpse of everything from standing ovations to hugs, tears and laughter during the broadcast, but take a look at what you missed:
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Jimmy Kimmel's Mom Should Get a Lot of Star-Studded Thank You Notes
The host of of Sunday's show, Jimmy Kimmel, called upon his mom to help out with packing some snacks for the audience. Jane Krakowski and Tiny Fey were spotted eating their peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and apples courtesy of the late-night host and his mama. Everyone loved them so much that they actually ran out, ET learned. But rest assured, they were quickly replenished.
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So Much Co-Star Love
Sterling K. Brown and Sarah Paulson, who co-starred in FX's The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, could not have been happier for each other's success. The pair was seen emotionally embracing after their wins for their roles as Christopher Darden and Marcia Clark in the hit series.
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Liev Schreiber Had the Best Sidekick
The Ray Donovan star took his son, Sasha, as his right-hand man for the evening. ET spotted the adorable duo making a mad dash during a commercial break after almost forgetting their seat assignment. Schreiber didn't win Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his role in the hit Showtime show, but he didn't let it spoil his mood. "Super fun night. Sasha definitely won best dressed and @jimmykimmel killed as host," he tweeted early Monday.
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Bumpin' Besties
Kerry Washington and Kristen Bell were seen having an adorable run-in backstage in the Chase Sapphire Reserve Blue Room. Bell can be seen touching Washington's blossoming baby bump. The Scandal actress, who stunned in a black strapless cutout dress by Brandon Maxwell, dished to ET earlier in the evening about baby No. 2."I'm an only [child] so every time the family grows it uh... it brings up a little bit of anxiety,” the actress told ET's Kevin Frazier. "But it’s fantastic. I'm really happy."
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Familiar Faces Crossed Paths
Julia Louis-Dreyfus was seen taking a selfie with former Seinfeld co-star Jerry Seinfeld while Friday Night Lights pals Connie Britton and Kyle Chandler found themselves in a similar selfie situation.
For more from the Emmy red carpet, watch below: