Unfortunately, Jennifer Lawrence didn't give an acceptance speech at this year's Screen Actors Guild Awards, but luckily, Best Supporting Actress winner Lupita Nyong'o stepped up to the plate when she took the stage.
But the 12 Years a Slave star wasn't the only celeb to have a notable quotable moment during the 20th annual ceremony, which took place in Los Angeles on Saturday, Jan. 18.
"My dad was the first person I called when I got this role and I said to him, 'Daddy do you know Brad Pitt? I'm going to be in a movie with him. And he said, 'I don't know him personally, but I'm glad you got a job' So am I so am I!'" —Lupita Nyong'o sharing her reaction to her SAG Award win for Best Supporting Actres.
"Matthew, all right all right all right, baby" —Jared Leto, thanking his Dallas Buyers Club costar after his win for Best Supporting Actor while sounding all too much like the blond-haired hunk.
"I'd like to begin by thanking the members of the Hollywood Foreign Press for this Golden Globe" —Julia Louis-Dreyfus upon accepting her SAG Award.
"I know most of you out here have read my book Acting: How To Do It Good." —Ty Burrell on accepting his SAG Award for Best Male Actor in a Comedy Series.
"We're going to make Sofia talk because America loves her and her boobs." —Julie Bowen after Modern Family's SAG Award win for Best Comedy Ensemble.
"Throughout the awards, we've spoken about who's on top, who's on bottom, two-handers, but Matt I want to be serious right now. I know we've gone head to head, but..." —Michael Douglas while accepting his award for Best Actor in TV Movie or Miniseries for Behind the Candelabra.
"I'm so f--king thrilled. I hope the man with the button was there on time." —Rita Moreno accepting her Lifetime Achievment Award.
"I don't own a TV, I'm more into film" —Mindy Kaling while presenting the Best Actress in a Drama Series nominees.
"A week ago, I was at a banquet I saw, out of the corner of my eye, Emma Thompson coming over, fighting her way through tables and looking over. I thought, "Oh my god, that's Emma Thompson. That's Emma Thompson.' She came up to me and I lost it. I didn't know what to say! That's what happens when you're so lucky," —Bryan Cranston recalling his fangirl moment with the Saving Mr. Banks star.
"I've been away from the film industry for a long time making theater...29 seconds?! Matthew McConaughey spoke about Neptune and I think I can have five seconds!" —Cate Blanchett responding to being cut off during her acceptance speech for Best Actress.
"There's a man I met 20 years ago. He escaped Russia. He was not even a carpenter, built a 17-foot boat and sailed across the Atlantic for decades he held the world record for smallest vessel single-man sailed across the Atlantic. He told me this, he said, 'A genius can be anybody he wants to, but a genius is always one person at a time.' So to that I say, that's what we get to do, isn't it? One man, one woman, one human. At a time. When we do it well. Just keep doing that. Just keep living." —Matthew McConaughey delivering his head-scratching acceptance speech after winning the SAG Award for Best Actor.
(Originally published on January 18, 2014 at 6:03 p.m.)