Amazing Race won two awards for best editing and best cinematography for a reality series (Well deserved.)
Two and a Half Men won two awards (Huh?) Cinematography and Editing Multi Camera series. Hrmmmmm... trying to think of the competition here. King of Queens? Til Death? The traditional sitcom has fallen on hard days.
For comparison purposes, The Office won for best editing single camera. I'm thinking that the competition for that award was a little more intense.
Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List won for best reality series (insert d-list joke)
Stanley Tucci won for best guest star on Monk which I think is for the episode where he is playing an actor playing a character based on Monk who starts going crazy because well, Monk is crazy so trying to be like him would drive anyone bonkers. If that is the episode, it is well deserved.
When the Levees Broke won three awards including Spike for best Director (non-fiction)
John Goodman won for his role on Studio 60 also well deserved.
Scrubs won for sound for the Musical episode.
South Park won for Make Love not Warcraft (Best Animated less than an hour)
Battlestar Galactica won for best Special Effects
CSI Miami won two awards for best stunt work - cause man does that show love to blow shit up.
CSI won for best sound for "Living Doll" and that makes sense cause CSI has always had good sound design.
The main plot with Cleveland coming to grips with his age feels like it's been done so many times. There were some funny moments, like Junior's conversation with Larry the Leopard ("Why would Danny Glover be in our house?")