This is probably my favorite picture out of last night’s Emmys. It’s Giancarlo Esposito giving a tearful Aaron Paul a standing round of applause after he beat him out for the Best Supporting Actor in a Drama statue.

It’s great news because I love Paul and his performance on the show. But it’s a mixed feeling for Breaking Bad fans however as Giancarlo Esposito turned in one HELL of a performance last season as Gus, and (spoilers) he won’t be around to have another shot at it. Aaron Paul, of course, still has two more seasons to be nominated and win (and he should).

Here’s the full list of Emmy winners. I can’t say I’m as enamored with Homeland as everybody else, but I do think Damian Lewis did a hell of a job on that show.

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  1. Jack September 24, 2012

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