The nominees for the 58th Annual Primetime Emmy awards were announced Thursday morning, and Fox's 24 led the pack with 12 nods, including outstanding drama series, while NBC's Will & Grace exited on a high note with 10 noms, the most of any sitcom alive or dead. Among the notable snubs: Lost's major players got overlooked, Veronica Mars' Kristen Bell was slighted again, and Alfre Woodard was the only Desperate housewife to get a nom. (Consolation for shouldering a C story?) Also: Where is Hugh Laurie? Jason Lee? Any of Steve Carell's Office mates? Great new voting system there. But I digress. Here's a sample:

Outstanding Drama Series: Grey's Anatomy, House, The Sopranos, 24 and The West Wing
Outstanding Comedy Series: Arrested Development, Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Office, Scrubs and Two and a Half Men

Lead Actress/Drama: Frances Conroy ( Six Feet Under), Geena Davis ( Commander in Chief), Mariska Hargitay ( Law & Order: SVU), Allison Janney ( The West Wing) and Kyra Sedgwick ( The Closer)
Lead Actor/Drama: Peter Krause ( Six Feet Under), Denis Leary ( Rescue Me), Christopher Meloni (Law & Order: SVU), Martin Sheen ( The West Wing) and Kiefer Sutherland ( 24)

Lead Actress/Comedy: Stockard Channing ( Out of Practice), Jane Kaczmarek ( Malcolm in the Middle), Lisa Kudrow ( The Comeback), Debra Messing ( Will & Grace) and Julia Louis-Dreyfus ( The New Adventures of Old Christine)
Lead Actor/Comedy: Steve Carell ( The Office), Larry David ( Curb), Kevin James ( King of Queens), Tony Shalhoub ( Monk) and Charlie Sheen ( Two and a Half Men)

Supporting Actress/Drama: Candice Bergen ( Boston Legal), Sandra Oh ( Grey's Anatomy), Chandra Wilson ( Grey's Anatomy), Blythe Danner ( Huff) and Jean Smart ( 24)
Supporting Actor/Drama: William Shatner ( Boston), Oliver Platt ( Huff), Michael Imperioli ( The Sopranos), Gregory Itzin ( 24) and Alan Alda ( The West Wing)

Supporting Actress/Comedy: Cheryl Hines ( Curb), Alfre Woodard ( Desperate Housewives), Elizabeth Perkins ( Weeds), Jaime Pressly ( My Name Is Earl) and Megan Mullally ( Will & Grace)
Supporting Actor/Comedy: Will Arnett ( Arrested), Jeremy Piven ( Entourage), Bryan Cranston ( Malcolm in the Middle), Jon Cryer ( Two and a Half Men) and Sean Hayes ( Will & Grace)

Here is TVGuide.com's handy list of major nominees for your perusal. In the meantime, I'd steer clear of the Black Smoke if I were you....