Emmy Round-Up: Glee With No Glee, Mindy Kaling, Buddhist Jokes, Top Chef, Archie Panjabi, And Not Much More

Sunday, August 29, 2010

I'll fully admit that I did skip out during the Emmys at times switching back between the show and J-pop. That being said here's my quick Emmy Roundup.

  • Per usual there really wasn't a strong Asian American presence, or POC presence. Do I get tired of saying things like this? Yes.
  • Obviously there was the Glee inspired intro. Obviously Jenna Ushkowitz was not a part of it.
  • There were about two Mindy Kaling sightings when it came to categories for writing. We like her.
  • There was a Buddhist joke by Jane Lynch.
  • Yes, that counts simply because there was so little representation I'll take what I can get.
  • Yes again. I do need mouthwash.
  • Top Chef won in the Best Reality Competition and Padma stole the speech just by being there.
  • Archie Panjabi won Best Supporting Actress for The Good Wife
  • There were some Danny Pudi and Ken Jeong sightings for the NBC show Community.
That was thin....

Until next year!