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Sarah Silverman came to terms with Jimmy Kimmel. Kathy Griffin called a truce with Jesus.
Such were the overtures made at last night's Creative Arts Emmy Awards, where Silverman won her first-career statuette for her, um, emphatic Jimmy Kimmel Live contribution, "I'm F--king Matt Damon," and Griffin scored her second straight win for My Life on the D-List.
The victorious Silverman thanked her cowriters and her A-list costar, enough though Damon, she said, "had very little to do this being being popular."
Silverman also paid tribute to Kimmel, with whom she uncoupled in July.
"I'd like thank Jimmy Kimmel, who broke my heart…" she said, before reversing course for punchline purposes, and restating, "who will always have a place in my heart."