When it comes to honoring the best in television, the Golden Globes are so on the ball. (Emmy, prepare to take notes... ) Case in point: The Hollywood Foreign Press Assoc. awarded HBO's Angels in America — possibly the most acclaimed TV production ever — a field-best seven nominations, including best miniseries/movie, best actor for Al Pacino and best actress for Meryl Streep. (One gripe: While four of the epic's supporting players were recognized, Angels's real star, Justin Kirk, was not.) The Globes also singled out such cultish hits as Nip/Tuck, Arrested Development and The Office, not to mention breakout performers like Joan of Arcadia's Amber Tamblyn and Monk's Bitty Schram. Now, if only the HFPA would start appreciating the brilliance of Scrubs. (All right, two gripes.) For a complete list of nominees, click here.