Didn't have time to sit through the 3+ hour Emmy Awards? We did! Check out five can't-miss moments below!
1. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler steal the show
Neil Patrick Harris' opening monologue featured a slew of former hosts, including Jimmy Kimmel, Jane Lynch, Jimmy Fallon and Conan O'Brien.
But it was two former Golden Globe co-hosts -- Tina Fey and Amy Poehler -- who stole the bit, referencing twerking and NPH's "business":
2. "Best speech ever"
"Nurse Jackie's" Merritt Wever upset Julie Bowen, Sofia Vergara and other talented women to take home the Outstanding Supporting Actress Comedy award. Merritt told the press backstage that she was super nervous and didn't expect to win. Watch what Neil Patrick Harris called the "best speech ever."
3. Cory Monteith memorial
Jane Lynch paid tribute to her late "Glee" costar Cory Monteith, who died of a drug overdose over the summer. Her speech was also a precautionary tale, calling his death a "tragic reminder of the rapacious, senseless destruction brought on by addiction."
4. James Gandolfini memorial
The night's in memoriam segments lacked a certain emotional gravitas, until Edie Falco took the stage to pay tribute to her late "Sopranos" costar James Gandolfini.
The actress had to take a moment to compose herself before continuing on:
5. Michael Douglas' Hilarious Acceptance Speech
Michael Douglas won Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie, and thanked his on-screen partner Matt Damon in a hilarious acceptance speech full of sexual innuendo (they played gay lovers in "Behind the Candelabra"). He later thanked his estranged wife Catherine Zeta Jones and made a plea for his son Cameron Douglas, who is in solitary confinement without social visits until 2018 after failing prison drug tests.
Bonus Video: Most awkward toss ever
It's unclear if this was done on purpose or accident, but someone was definitely in the wrong place at the wrong time:
Still want more? Check out all the crazy after-party pics here:
Plus, check out all the red carpet hits and misses below!