The Louie funnyman didn't say anything awful or reveal any uncomfortable pieces of true-life experience in his wins, but we're still super-glad he picked up two Emmys.
Sure, his speech rambled and he got cut off, but he did win the Emmy for Supporting Actor, Miniseries or Movie, right?
After an awkward start—maybe mentioning how much the person you played hated your performance wasn't a good idea—the Game Change actress had nothing but good things to say after that.
The funnyman and the crooner gave the crowd a funny bit looking back on the life of Kimmel.
The talk-show host proved her devotion to the funny by appearing onstage pantsless, harkening back to Kimmel's opening gag eons hours before.
The most likable man in showbiz with a moustache? Even more likable.
Despite being nearly upstaged by his copresenter here, Cryer surprised many by winning his first Emmy for Lead Actor in a Comedy Series. (He also won in 2009 for supporting actor.)
Anytime they appear together, we're happy.
It's official: You can't have an awards show without a Ricky Gervais appearance.
The Homeland actor got the Lead Actor, Drama award, and you really couldn't argue with the fact that he's great on that show.
These two were a hoot, as McCarthy offered up suggestive comments for all the men in the Lead Actor in a Comedy Series category.
The actress took home the top drama acting nod for her work in Homeland.
Though some might say this gag fell flat, the 30 Rock stars and his "handlers" stayed comitted to his pretend seizure.
OK, maybe this wasn't technically a big moment, but these two were a lovely addition to the show.
The Daily Show crew picked up another Emmy for Variety, Comedy or Musical Series, and as much as it's earned, we have to say that The Colbert Report deserves it more.
We really had no idea he was gonna win. And then he did. That's a big moment, people.
See all of the night's Emmy winners!