Live-blogged The Golden Globes At Mwb

Leonardo Dicaprio

Yesterday, I live-blogged The Golden Globes -- for various reasons. First, it gets traffic. Second, I might as well do something useful while watching TV. Lastly, I was looking forward to seeing Ricky Gervais host the event again. Nothing against Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, but he’s my favorite.

A google search revealed that the last time I did this for this award show was three years ago when “Argo” won Best Drama and “Les Miserables” won Best Musical.

As usual, I focused on the categories for movies and ignored TV and streaming (except one, mainly because it has something to do with “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”).

Anyway, hop over to for my live-blog plus post-analysis.

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