BEST: You Get Out Of Here, Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig!
This was a night ruled by 'SNL' alums. In addition to Amy and Tina just killing it, Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig came in and only brought down the house even more with their gut-busting introduction of the Best Motion Picture Comedy or Musical category. The wide-eyed pair pulled off a feat in masterful improv as they explained the plot of each of the nominated films that they most certainly didn't see. Sure it felt a little bit like an extended Garth and Kat sketch, but we'll take their word on any movie that contains the line "You get out of here!"
BEST: Amy and Tina's Killer Opening Monologue
Somewhere, Seth MacFarlane is coming to terms with the fact that he won't be the best awards show host this year. No, that honor now belongs to Tina Fey and Amy Poehler who absolutely killed it as co-hosts of the 2013 Golden Globes. While they were flawless throughout, they had us at opening monologue, from their va-va-voom knockout outfits to that viciously hilarious jab at James Cameron (now, that is how you make fun of a celeb, Ricky Gervais) they captivated from the very first minute.
BEST: Doug and Carol Forever! (Or, When Clooney And Margulies Reunited On The Red Carpet
It's the moment 'ER' fans have been waiting years for: Doug and Carol back on our television screens, together. While it wasn't exactly a real 'ER' reunion, stars George Clooney and Julianna Margulies, who played one of the best couples ever, embraced on the Golden Globes red carpet and a generation of television fans collectively sighed.
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BEST: Jessica Chastain's Heartwarming Acceptance Speech
We didn't love Jessica Chastain's hair or dress, but we were utterly charmed by her heartfelt and gracious acceptance speech when she won for Best Actress Drama. The 'Zero Dark Thirty' powerhouse thanked two of the most important women in her life: her director Kathryn Bigelow and her grandmother. Chastain's humble win was as honest a moment as any during the entire broadcast and it felt like good Oscar speech practice. You're not on the sidelines anymore, Jessica.
BEST: 'Lincoln' Gets A Shining Endorsement From Bill Clinton
Whoa...is that...BILL CLINTON?! Yes, Hilary Clinton's husband surprised everyone when he arrived on stage to present the clips for Best Motion Picture Drama nominee 'Lincoln'. The beloved former President earned a standing ovation and it took everyone in the audience, both at the Globes and in the audience, a little time to settle down from the excitement.