Apparently, the "honorary Oscar" presented to President Clinton Monday evening in Los Angeles was in fact a fake — but that's little consolation to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. California Gov. Gray Davis bestowed the award upon Clinton for his "achievements as president" at a bash on the Paramount Studios lot. "Our concern is that people are commenting that the president got an honorary Oscar," John Pavlik, the Academy's rep, told The Hollywood Reporter. "We're not angry, but we want people to understand that it wasn't really an Oscar — it was a counterfeit Oscar being used in an inappropriate way."