The person most shocked to see Andy Samberg take home the award for Best Actor in a Comedy Series at the 2014 Golden Globe Awards? Andy Samberg!
Samberg won the award for his work as the smart aleck on Fox's breakout comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine and was genuinely surprised when he took to the stage on Sunday night.
"Oh, no! I didn't prepare anything, it wasn't going to happen," Samberg said. "Who knew?!"
However, instead of pulling a Jacqueline Bisset, Samberg quickly gathered his thoughts and thanked a whole bunch of people.
"I just will thank everyone. Thanks to Fox and Kevin Reilly and Universal," the Saturday Night Live vet said. "Andthe guys who came up with the show, Mike [Schur] and Dan [Goor]." Samberg then went onto acknowledge the cast and crew of the Fox series, gushing, "The cast is awesome. The crew, really good. Can't forget them. The writers kick A! I really do love them and respect them."
He also took a moment to thank Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer, the two other members of his popular comedy group The Lonely Island.
But the funnyguy had us saying "Aww!" when he ended his speech by thanking his wife Joanna Newsom, whom he married in September, calling her "beautiful and incredible."
Samberg, who was nominated for the first time, beat out comedic heavyhitters such as The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons, The Michael J. Fox Show's Michael J. Fox, Arrested Development's Jason Bateman and House of Lies' Don Cheadle to take home the prize.