Screen Actors Guild Awards

Season 10 Episode 1

10th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards

Aired Unknown Feb 24, 2004 on TNT
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10th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards
This year's awards were presented on February 22, 2004. The recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award was Karl Malden. Both the miniseries "Angels in America" and the series "Six Feet Under" won the largest amount of awards, with both winning two awards.
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      • Megan Mullally (Accepting her award, she brought Debra Messing up with her): Okay, well I brought Mother Nature with me. Because I couldn't do the show without Debra and Sean and Eric, they are so amazing. And Debra is so deserving, she's just a great actress, I hope you all get a chance to work with her some day, it's a real treat. Other than that, I am absolutely stunned to be standing here, that's why I brought Debra, so I thought may she could say something about me. 'Cause I got nothin'.
        Debra Messing: She's really, really funny.
        Megan: How 'bout that. But my dad was an actor and I struggled for almost 20 years before I got "Will & Grace", and the greatest thing about it is to be able to have a forum to express yourself creatively. I feel so lucky, and I cannot believe that I have been recognized now, three times, by you. And the people out there watching, who aren't here tonight, all the actors, it is so moving to me. We love our show and Debra, I love you, and Eric and Sean, and we have a good thing. Thank you so much.

      • Meryl Streep: Oh, thank you, thank you, thank you. I'd like to thank Carrie ­ Carrie, Colin and Chris, and all at HBO, for raising the bar for humanity on what we're allowed to show. Uncomfortable truths, homosexual youth, middle-aged heterosexual glory, Al Pacino's face, Emma Thompson's grace, Tony Kushner's incomparable story. Forgiving Mike Nichols, a truckload of shekels to bring this sweet tale to the masses. Of rose-lipped maidens and light-foot lads, and how quickly all of it passes.

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