There was a proposal.
A surprise appearance by an icon.
And a reminder that Sandra Oh can be really funny.
Indeed, the 2018 Emmy Awards have come and gone -- but the moments listed below will be discussed and analyzed for weeks to come.
Which was the weirdest? The most awkward? The funniest?
Scroll down and relive each and every one now!
Betty White Was There!
Betty White made a surprise appearance at the 2018 Emmys, soaking in a standing ovation and telling the crowd: "Somebody said something the other day about the first lady of television and I took it as a big compliment. And then I heard her talking to her daughter a little later, 'Yeah, she's that old. She was the first one way, way back!'"
Sandra Oh for 2019 Emmys Host?
Oh is known for her dramatic roles, but she slayed while presenting alongside Andy Samberg, joking about her ex-boyfriend and about the whole La La Land disaster at the Oscars.
The Hosts with the Most... Racist Jokes?
Colin Jost and Michael Che were mediocre at best, but Che made negative headlines for joking that white people do not thank Jesus in their speeches. "Admit it! This is not funny! Only racist haters like Emmys host Michael Che would say the only white people who thank Jesus at award shows are Republicans and 'ex-crackheads,'" wrote one social media user in response.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Won Outstanding Comedy Series
We now take you live to Blackish star Anthony Anderson's response...
Glenn Weiss did something on stage never before done in awards show history. And we have the video to prove it!
Henry Winkler Wins!
This was somehow the legend's first-ever Emmys win, and he ended his speech by telling his kids they can go to bed because "Daddy won!" (His kids are 35 and 38 years old, LOL.)
Alex Borstein Also Wins
And The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star accepted her trophy in the same wedding dreess she wore 20 years ago.
Teddy Perkins Was There!
Donald Glover - yes, this is Donald Glover! - attended the ceremony dressed as the character Teddy Perkins from Atlanta Season 2.
Thandie Newton Thanks God
The Westworld star won Best Supporting Actress and delivered the most heartfelt speech of the night. “I don’t even believe in God, but I’m going to thank her tonight," she sad -- and then the sensors bleeped our her next sentence as she swore in disbelief at her victory.
Stop Reading This. Go Watch Nanette.
Okay, don't stop reading yet. But comedian Hannah Gadsby presented an award in her hilarious/awkward/defiant style and reminded viewers why Nanette is a comedy special unlike any ever.
Least Funny Segment of thr Night Goes To...
Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen?!? It's hard to make these two people into a bore, but the Emmys managed to do so by featuring them in tiresome skits about the history of the show.
Most Unexpectedly Hilarious Presenter Goes To...
Michael Douglas! Upon presenting his award, the multiple-time Oscars loser offered this advice to his fellow losers: "Carry that rage. Let it fuel everything you do from this night forward. Know that you were cheated. You were robbed. That's a fact. Let that fire burn in your belly until your cold, dead body is in a pine box six feet deep clutching all its Emmys to its chest."
The Americans Wins!
Finally!!!! Showrunners Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields at last won an Emmy for writing, while co-lead Matthew Rhys won for Lead Actor in a Drama. Better late than never at all.
But It Doesn't Win Everything
Game of Thrones Season 7 was easily the show's worst, yet the HBO epic still managed to take home Outstanding Drama Series again. Oh well.