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HOUR THREE coverage begins here with Scott!
10:29 - Hey, here are the Sci-Tech Awards! Too bad we don't care enough about them to make them part of the real show
10:26 - New Jersey and The Hurt Locker -- perfect together. The Oscar for BEST SOUND MIXING goes to Paul N.J. Ottoson and Ray Beckett .
10:25 - and the Oscar for BEST SOUND EDITING goes to Paul N.J. Ottosson for The Hurt Locker. Shame they couldn't be bothered to show some of his award-winning work.
10:22 - Tarantino looks pleased. The horror geek contingent should be pretty happy with that montage.
10:21 - Ok, I love horror and I'm all for the genre getting its props, but Edward Scissorhands is not a horror film.
10:19 - Nice that they could find two people who've never been in a horror movie to represent the genre.
10:17 - Wow, The Oscars does a Paranormal Activity spoof. I think this means PA has officially jumped the shark.
10:16 - Looks like Goss dug a remaining Ritz out from between the couch cushions.
10:14 - Twilight stars next? But all the Twilight fans went to bed already right? It's a school day tomorrow.
10:11 - Wow, Sandy Powell just dissed her award. "I already have two of these ... but I'll take another, I guess." ???
10:10 - Sarah Jessica Parker is presenting the BEST COSTUME DESIGN award -- ironic since she's wearing a shower curtain cinched at her breasts ... and the winner is Sandy Powell for The Young Victoria.
10:07 - The Oscar for OUTSTANDING ART DIRECTION goes to Avatar. Now everyone can start arguing if the film actually had art direction or just used computers to do everything. P.S. speech. whoa.
10:06 - Hey, it's Sigourney Weaver! Maybe she can finish spoiling Ghostbusters 3 during her appearance!
10:03 - They promised a tribute to horror films. Someone get Scott back inside.
9:59 - And the Oscar for BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS goes to Mo'Nique. What did you think of that speech?
9:57 - The only award more anticlimactic than BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR is BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS -- is there any way Mo'Nique loses this?
9:56 - Oh good, here comes Robin Williams. I'm sure this will liven things up--or bring the show to a screeching halt.
9:53 - Queen Latifah's in the house! I've heard She's Had it up to Here. I hope she brought the Flavor Unit.
9:50 - The Oscar for BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY goes to Geoffrey Fletcher for Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire. Hurray for that, because I love typing a title that's 8,000 words long.
9:48 - Overheard at the Cinematical party: "Well, there went the 80s crush on Judd Nelson. Thanks, Hughes tribute." -- Elisabeth Rappe and "Well, that's, like, your opinion, Serious Man." -- John Gholson
9:44 - We're all doing a Cinematical Seven game of charades here. Don't worry -- it's not nearly as cool as it sounds.
9:41 - The Oscar for BEST MAKEUP goes to Star Trek. Nice to see the Romulans getting some love.
9:39 - Ben Stiller goes Na'vi in what may be the most surreal moment of the night. Definitely was a better idea in rehearsal.
9:38 - Whoa, who was that woman who totally hijacked the speech for Best Short Form Doc? Totally pulled Oscar's first Kanye West moment!
9:37 - The Oscar for BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT goes to The New Tenants!
9:35 - The winner for BEST ANIMATED SHORT is Logorama and we're moving right along now -- BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT goes to Music by Prudence. At this rate, the show will be over by Wednesday at the latest...