Don't even get me started on last night's crapfest. I tuned in to NBC thinking they were going to air this so-called press conference, only to get an abbreviated Access Hollywood special that left out certain awards like best foreign language, best score and best song. And because I was still high on my Giants beating the Cowboys, I didn't realize NBC was on a delay, or that other channels had the press conference, etc ... It was awful. The entire thing was horrific. And then, to boot, the Hollywood Foreign Press clearly screwed over American filmmakers (moreso this year than in year's past), opting to shovel out several awards to individuals and films that were simply not the best of the year. Atonement wins over No Country for Old Men and There Will be Blood? Julian Schnabel wins best director over the Coen Brothers and P.T. Anderson? Cate Blanchett wins best supporting actress over Amy Ryan?
It's still too early to tell whether this whole debacle will hurt the Globes moving forward. And we still don't know whether something similar will happen with the Oscars (though I imagine the writers will have a much harder time f**king with Hollywood's grandest circle-jerk). The good news is that it's finally over. No more Golden Globe nonsense to deal with. But assuming you actually care about who wins and who doesn't, what was the biggest surprise/mistake of the evening in your mind?