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Modern Family also grabs multiple nods in a surprising lot of nominations apparently aimed at distinguishing itself from other award shows.
But not Sons of Anarchy, Homeland, Justified, Parks and Recreation, or Community.
Not gonna lie, it was painful trying to trim our list of favorites down to just five.
On our list this week: It's Always Sunny reveals Mac's real name, New Girl does a few impressions, and Alec Baldwin gets bratty.
It's time to reveal which weeknight wreaks the most havoc on your social life: Does Sunday's classy cable stand out? Is Thursday's night of laughs the best?
We've counted the votes from our great comedy format debate, and though we'd like to say that the votes were fairly split, they weren't, and the final tally wasn't much of a surprise.
On our list this week: Suburgatory's Thanksgiving episode, The Walking Dead's midseason finale, Community's foosball antics, and Piers Morgan's research skills.
As expected, this was a two-horse race, and a late push by one filly barely nudged it ahead of its worthy competition.
Plus: Parks and Recreation and the premiere of Discovery's Weed Wars.
Plus: Parks and Recreation welcomes two great guests, Flight of the Conchords could return, and REEG!
NBC's once-invincible Thursday comedy lineup is being challenged by a new kid on the comedy block: ABC's Comedy Wednesdays.
Plus: TWO hours of Private Practice and Katie Couric interviews Regis Philbin about his retirement.
Whitney moves to Wednesdays, Up All Night moves to Thursdays, and there's no Prime Suspect or Awake.
April and Andy hit the road to check off an item from Andy's bucket list in this series of four (pretty good!) webisodes of the NBC comedy.
Plus: The Vampire Diaries flashes back to 1000 A.D. and Beavis and Butt-head gets romantic.
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