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Sandra Oh delivers a joke about Asian stereotypes:

"Growing up in a small town in Canada, 'M*A*S*H' was the first show I ever saw where somebody actually looked like me. It told the story of a war my parents lived through. They're here with me tonight and I know they couldn't be prouder. Unless I actually was a doctor."

Outstanding supporting actress in a miniseries or movie: Eileen Atkins, "Cranford."

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Emmy winner Kathy Griffin (right) introduces Don Rickles during the show. (AP)

Kathy Griffin insisted the crowd give Don Rickles a standing ovation: "Get up!"

"Why did they stand? Was it a Jewish holiday," Rickles asked.

Rickles was all old-school and wouldn't be rushed to reading the nominations for best reality program. The award went to "The Amazing Race," it's sixth win in a row.

Outstanding miniseries Emmy goes to "John Adams."

Producer Tom Hanks gives the speech. "The election between Jefferson and Adams was filled with innuendo, lies, a bitter, partisan press and disinformation. How great we've come so far since then."

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