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The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards (2011)

We open with a pre-recorded bit, in which Jane Lynch sits down with the faux-President of Television, Leonard Nimoy, who tells her that men find her woman-ish and women find her man-ish. (... See full synopsis »
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We open with a pre-recorded bit, in which Jane Lynch sits down with the faux-President of Television, Leonard Nimoy, who tells her that men find her woman-ish and women find her man-ish. (Alec Baldwin had taped this, but quit when Fox cut a Ruppert Murdoch/News Corp joke. It's hard not to think Baldwin's comedic timing might have served the bit better than Nimoy's.)

Leonard reminds her not to let the audience know that all the stars all live together in a tiny apartment building, which he reveals behind the curtain. Yes, it's weird.

Then it's time for the song, about the magic of television as Jane wanders through.

Jeremy Piven and "Lloyd" (Rex Lee) join for a few dance moves, after which Piven wonders what he's doing. "I'm not even on anymore!"

Jane sings about TV crime shows and we see Kevin Nealon, then Eric Dane from "Grey's Anatomy" as she sings about patients being cured in a week.

Jane next wanders into "The Big Bang Theory," then by Marcel from "Top Chef," Randy Jackson from "...

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