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Pundits' slugfest: Emmy nomination predictions -- best comedy series

July 3, 2010 |  7:58 am

When Emmy nominations are unveiled Thursday, here, below, is what to expect to see in the race for best comedy series, according to Gold Derby gurus Chris "Boomer" Beachum, Rob Licuria (AwardsHeaven.net) and me.

Also check out our video slugfests over who will win best drama series, lead drama actor and lead drama actress. Plus, see the complete lists of our Emmy predix, category per category: mine, Rob's and Chris'.

BEST COMEDY SERIES
"The Big Bang Theory" — Beachum, Licuria, O'Neil
"Curb Your Enthusiasm" — Beachum, Licuria, O'Neil
"Family Guy" — O'Neil
"Glee" — Beachum, Licuria, O'Neil
"Modern Family" — Beachum, Licuria, O'Neil
"The Office" — Beachum, Licuria
"30 Rock" — Beachum, Licuria, O'Neil

Licuria's Alternates: "Entourage," "Weeds"
Beachum's Alternates: "How I Met Your Mother," "Entourage"
O'Neil's Alternates: "The Office," "Weeds"

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I don't understand why no one gives It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia any credit. The show has been the best comedy on television since Arrested Development was canned. Day, McElhenney, Olson, DeVito, and Howerton provide the best camaraderie since the Seinfeld gang. The shows mixture of humor in subtle, intelligent dialogue( the best part being that the characters only have vague knowledge of the majority of most serious topics which creates very authentic conversations within very unrealistic, and pointless plots ) and incredibly profane, hectic, raucousness separate it from the pack of comedic competitors.

I wonder why Californication wasn't even mentioned at all? Wasn't this show one of the top alternates in the past two years?


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