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Few predicted that Brooklyn Nine-Nine would take home the Golden Globe for Best TV Series (Comedy), but Fox's freshman half-hour hit did just that on Sunday, Jan. 12.
"I almost went to med school, [but] I decided to do this," the cop comedy's co-creator Dan Goor said, motioning to his new statue. "This is way better, way better than saving a human life. Thank you!"
It beat CBS' The Big Bang Theory, HBO's Girls, ABC's Modern Family and NBC's Parks and Recreation.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine's star, Andy Samberg, was equally shocked when he was named Best Actor in a Television Series (Musical or Comedy), besting Arrested Development's Jason Bateman, House of Lies' Don Cheadle, The Michael J. Fox Show's Michael J. Fox and The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons.
"Oh no! I didn't prepare anything! It wasn't going to happen," a visibly confused Samberg, 35, told the audience. "You guys. The Globes, right? Who knew? I guess I'll just thank everyone."