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Emmys 2011: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series

June 23, 2011

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series

 Here’s how it works: some of these guys will get nominated, some deserve to get nominated and some haven’t got a chance in hell. I am listing everyone who’s a real player, but for MY dream ballot, the chosen six are written in orange. As I have said in the past, this is my list; if you don’t like what’s on it, go sign up for a website and make your own list. 


Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock – He’s Alec Baldwin. He will be nominated and more than likely win, unless Jim Parsons repeats.


Steve Carell, The Office – It took him a whole season to complete his swan song. I’m not a fan of the show, but he’s a lock for a nomination.

Thomas Jane, Hung – He’s on an HBO comedy. Hung should be getting a slew of nominations. I wonder why it isn’t?

Joel McHale, Community – The unofficial head of the Community crew, Hale had a busy year of… doing odd shit. But isn’t that exactly what the cast of Community does?

Matthew Morrison, Glee – He was definitively a supporting player this year, but the talent pool in shallow. There’s no chance he won’t be nominated.

Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory – Last year’s winner could easily repeat. One of the best roles for an actor today.

Matt LeBlanc, Episodes – Again, a clear supporting actor who’s placed his name in what is ironically enough a weaker category. Will it work? I doubt it.

Rob Lowe, Parks and Recreation – Again, a clear supporting actor who’s placed his name in what is ironically enough a weaker category. Will it work? Probably.

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joseph’s choice to win it all: Jim Parsons. With respect to the other contenders, he makes annoying so welcoming…

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Emmys 2011: Outstanding Comedy Series

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