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A CALL TO THE BOOTH
Levy used some of his considerable mic time to urge viewers to vote in November. Noting that his show was “at its core about the transformational effects of love and acceptance,” he urged people to “go out and vote because that is the only way that we are going to have love and acceptance out there.” Of course, he wasn’t the only one: King, when she won for HBO’s ”Watchmen,” reminded watchers: “Have a voting plan, go to ballotpedia.com, vote up the ballot, please. Also stressing the importance of the vote: Mark Ruffalo, a winner for “I Know This Much Is True.”
THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME
It was a solution born of necessity, having winners give their acceptance speeches (mostly) from home. But there was something gratifying about watching people in their own living rooms, surrounded by people they loved, as awkward or messy as it sometimes was. Ruffalo, for example, when he spoke of the “big, important moment ahead of us” as a country,…