Temple Grandin Telecast Looked Like A Rerun

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"I hope this movie is going to educate a lot of people about autism because there's a lot of people who don't understand it," Grandin said backstage. "Somebody [with autism] might be a Silicon Valley genius, and somebody might be handicapped and non-verbal."

On the drama side, the telecast looked like a rerun of the last two years. AMC's " Mad Men," a dark period drama set in the 1960s on Madison Avenue, won its third consecutive Emmy for drama series, while Bryan Cranston, star of AMC's " Breaking Bad," won his third lead acting Emmy for his portrayal of Walter White, a science teacher-turned- crystal meth cook.

Mike Hale: was happy to see Jim Parsons win for outstanding actor in a comedy. I'm not sure why, but it was one of the few moments that actually felt like a traditional awards show. Persistence rewarded, or something like that.


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