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Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart refrain from politics at the Emmys. Only prunes.

Glenn Close is up with outstanding actor in a miniseries or a movie.

"An extra, a president, two political operatives and an alcoholic man servant: what perfect roles for an election year," she says.

Paul Giamatti picks up the Emmy for outstanding actor in a miniseries or a movie for his work in the title role in "John Adams."

"I'm living proof, kids at home, that anybody can play the president," Giamatti says.

Outstanding lead actor in a comedy: Alec Baldwin for "30 Rock."

Outstanding lead actress in a drama: Glenn Close, "Damages"

"My fellow nominees I want to salute, because I think we're proving complicated, powerful, mature women are sexy, high entertainment and can carry a show. I call us the sisterhood of the TV drama divas."

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