Inside the Nokia Theatre, there are no commercials playing on the big screens during breaks, just montages of past Emmy moments and reminders for attendees to use the Twitter hashtags (hash)Emmys and (hash)EmmysCongrats.
The montage that's won the most laughs from the crowd so far features vintage clips of Julia Childs, Mary Tyler Moore and Kermit the Frong and Miss Piggy explaining the Emmy voting process.
"Borrrring," says Piggy.
— Derrik J. Lang — Twitter — http://www.twitter.com/derrikjlang .
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