So the Emmy Awards happened last night, and lots of people had lots of feelings about it.
And many, if not most, of those feelings were extremely negative.
Lots of people were upset when Sterling K. Brown was played off the stage during his lovely acceptance speech -- so many that the venue was filled with boos after it happened.
There was also the very odd choice to bring out Sean Spicer -- the "joke" didn't land, to say the least.
Then there was the In Memoriam segment, the part of the show where everyone takes time to pay tribute to the people from the industry who are no longer with us.
It sounds nice, right?
But the people in charge over there at the Emmys truly dropped the ball with this one.
Huge stars like Charlie Murphy, Dick Gregory, Frank Vincent, Harry Dean Stanton, and Erin Moran weren't remembered during this special moment during the show.
And you know Twitter wasn't having that ...
A Strong Start
Viola David? Chris Jackson? Boy, this thing had all the ingredients to be a real tear-jerker, huh?
But Alas ...
It just simply did not work out.
In a nice way, Common called out the Emmys for ignoring Charlie Murphy and Dick Gregory.
A Huge Oversight
... Because really, how are you going to do that to Charlie Murphy and Dick Gregory?
Not Erin Moran!
Seriously, they forgot this lady, too. Such a disappointment.
Where's the Lie?
Nothing against legends Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, obviously, but this person has an excellent point.
Oh, did we forget to mention that while the Emmys forgot to mention all these other people, they were all over honoring this douchebag?
Oh, is that how this happened?
Could you be more disappointing, Emmys?
We Remember You, Harry
It hurts, doesn't it?
Speaking of Spicer ...
Hey, this is America! We can be outraged about as many things as we please!
For real though, where is it?
Hill to Die On
... Well, yes. There are definitely worse hills to die on, right?