Globes give the love, but that makes snubs even more glaring

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We had to double-check to make sure the list was accurate — seven, seven best picture nominees? The Golden Globes nominations this morning definitely brought the love: seven top films, six TV shows up for best drama and numerous small-screen stars up for best drama TV actress. As E! has already pointed out this morning, all that love makes the omissions even starker, like the absence of "Desperate Housewives" from the TV slots and a no-show for Russell Crowe in "American Gangster."

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