We here at TV Guide Online may occasionally consult our psychic friends for advice, but when it comes to questions about Sunday's 56th Primetime Emmy Awards, we mean business. For instance, how could they cut off Sopranos star James Gandolfini's speech? Is The Practice's James Spader a public philanderer? And is The West Wing's Allison Janney just plain insane? Here, we address some of our most nagging head-scratchers.
After The Sopranos won best drama, Garry Shandling closed the show before James Gandolfini could speak. What gives?
Backstage, Emmys director Louis Horvitz called the incident "unfortunate," but insisted he did in fact give Gandolfini "a moment" to make his statement. Fortunately, a Sopranos producer was also on hand to explain what Gandolfini would have said. "There's an infantry unit in Iraq and they have named their tank 'The St
For years, the ladies of Charmed have had a bad rep for being bitch goddesses. True or no, they'll sure act like divas in Sunday's two-hour season finale 8 pm/ET on WB when the Charmed Ones turn into Greek deities to clash with titans. Hey, all we wanna know is, will their sexy togas outstrip Alyssa Milano's famous mermaid getup?
"That's as risqué as it gets," exec producer Brad Kern tells TV Guide Online. "You can't top that. I think we used the minimum amount of scales possible, which she fully embraced!"
However, the Charmed chief quickly adds: "We don't want to and we talked to Alyssa at length about this become gratuitous with her fabulous sexuality. So, she will become the goddess of love, but that's not to say