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Bryan Cranston might have hung up his Heisenberg hat, but if there's one thing we know after watching the 2014 Emmy Awards it's that the world can't get enough of Walter White.

Not only did Cranston and his Breaking Bad cohorts rack up an impressive 5 Emmy wins during the telecast, but he also racked up an impressive number of lip locks.

The most infamous of which will forever be that funny moment when Cranston kissed Julia Louis-Dreyfus. What can we say!? The man was excited!

Elsewhere, Sarah Silverman displayed some odd behavior, which is really nothing new for Sarah Silverman, so there's that. Oh, and shade was most definitely thrown.

In the direction of Jessica Lange, of all people. Say what now? Sit back, relax, and click through this gallery of the 2014 Emmy Awards in GIFs to relive the night's best moments:

Lena Dunham Mean Muggin'
Lena Dunham mean mugs on the red carpet and then breaks into a sly smile. Check out her platinum bob!

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We talk frequently about celebrity look-alikes who we swear have to be distantly related, but this set of mind blowing photos has us questioning everything.

Somewhere in a bygone era, was there a historical figure who looked JUST like us? Are we all reincarnates of others who walked the Earth ages ago?

The similarities between these 19 celebrities and their long (long) lost doppelgangers are simultaneously hilarious, eye-popping and somehow real.

From U.S. Presidents to war heroes, Popes to works of Renaissance art, and regular folks whose names we'll never know, these look-alikes will astound you.

Who knew Jay Z was a fixture of Harlem in 1939, or that Nicolas Cage fought in the Civil War? Or that Keanu Reeves really travels through time a la Bill & Ted?

Now you do, people. Now you do.

Alec Baldwin and Former President Millard Fillmore
Former U.S. President Millard Fillmore and Alec Baldwin may be from the same bloodline. Or so these photos would have you assume.

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Romeo and Juliet; Batman and Robin; Kim and Kanye - history is full of great partnerships, but never before have two beings come together as harmoniously as these two Gods of the Internet.

Ladies and gentleman, we present you...Peter Dinklage and Grumpy Cat:

Peter Dinklage and Grumpy Cat

Yes, fans have been pointing out their resemblance for years, and today the man who's portrayed one of TV's most memorable characters for four seasons finally crossed paths with that cat who looks sort of pissed off all the time.

Naturally, Grumpy Cat is unenthralled, because that's kinda his thing, but for the rest of the world, the glory of this photo can't be put into words.

We think the look on the face of that guy behind them says it all.

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Despite its jaw-droppingly epic battle sequences, season 4, episode 9 of Game of Thrones likely felt like something of a tease for many viewers.

After all, the episode before it ended on the cliffhanger of cliffhangers, as fan favorite Tyrion Lannister was sentenced to death by his nefarious father, Tywin.

With the possibility of the beloved Imp's demise still looming, we thought it would be a good time to celebrate his lusty life with a run-down of Tyrion's best quotes from nearly four full seasons of GoT:

Tyrion on Drinking:
"It's not easy being drunk all the time. Everyone would do it if it were easy."

Whether he's cutting down an opponent with an impeccably timed put-down or musing on the nature of life and death in a fashion to bring a tear to your eye, Tyrion's most memorable lines represent some of the best writing modern television has to offer.

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Peter Dinklage spoke to MTV recently and was understandably shocked to learn that his interviewer had never seen Game of Thrones. (Wouldn't you watch just one episode in preparation?)

But instead of chiding the young man for his lack of pop cultural awareness or simply hitting him with a stinging, Tyrion-style slap across the face, Dinklage kindly agrees to sum up the first three-and-a-half seasons in 45 seconds.

Believe it or not, he actually does an okay job:

Alright, so you'd still be pretty lost if you tried to start watching Game of Thrones at season 4, episode 7, but if someone asked you to summarize the show in a dozen words or less, you couldn't do much better than "stabby, stabby, stabby, sexy, sexy, sexy."

Dinklage takes a moment to acknowledge the "beautiful language" and "musing on the world as we know it," but then it's right back to the stabbing and sexy time, which is pretty much exactly how the show is paced. 

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