HBO's acclaimed AIDS opus Angels in America was in Golden Globe heaven Sunday night, picking up five awards, including best miniseries, best actor in a miniseries for Al Pacino, best actress in a miniseries for Meryl Streep, best supporting actor for Jeffrey Wright and best supporting actress for Mary-Louise Parker. 24 won the award for best drama series, and Without a Trace's Anthony LaPaglia and Six Feet Under's Frances Conroy were honored as best actor and actress in a drama. BBC America's cult hit The Office nabbed two trophies, one for best comedy series and the other for (awkward silence) best comedy actor Ricky Gervais. And last but not least, Sarah Jessica Parker earned best comedy actress kudos for Sex and the City. And to the dismay of every tabloid reporter alive, yes, she thanked hubby Matthew Broderick.
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