Michael Douglas played it for laughs at first when he won his first ever Emmy -- for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie award -- for his portrayal of gay icon Liberace in HBO's "Behind the Candelabra." "This was a two-hander, and Matt …" he said, pausing to let the sexual innuendo sink in as co-star Matt Damon smiled and shook his head in the front row, "… you're only as good as your other hand. You really deserve half of this, so you want the bottom or the top? The top, I figured that." The room roared. But it's what Michael said to close his speech that really had everyone buzzing. "I want to thank my wife Catherine for her support," Michael said -- just weeks after the couple confirmed they were taking time apart -- and, he added, "to my kids Dylan and Carys, and a shout out for my older son Cameron. I'm hoping that they'll allow me to see him soon."