Live-Blogging The Golden Globes: "Argo" Gets Best Picture (Drama)

Golden Globes

Um...I'm live-blogging the Golden Goldens because Binh told me he doesn't get NBC where he lives. Whatever.

Well, we tag-teamed live-blogging the Oscars last year and got a huge traffic boost, so that's my reason doing the same with the Golden Globes this time.

Just like last year, it's all a last minute thing. I didn't even do a prediction this time.

Thank goodness there's all these TV categories that I don't care about to give me some time to write about the movie stuff.

I'm kinda surprised that Christoph Waltz won for "Django Unchained." I was thinking Tommy Lee Jones for "Lincoln."

Ooh, "Life of Pi" won for original score. It's 1/3 already.

"Skyfall" won for original song. Surprise, surprise. Adele gets another trophy. Fans were mixed on the song, though.

Bill Clinton's in the house! But I missed his entire speech because I had to get a bottle of milk for my daughter.

That reaction from Tommy Lee Jones during Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell's presentation is awesome. This whole segment is hilarious.

Jennifer Lawrence wins Best Actress for "Silver Linings Playbook." Her speech about beating Meryl Streep doesn't draw any laughs though.

Anne Hathaway wins Best Supporting Actress for "Les Miserables." The younglings are getting it done.

So far, nothing yet for "Lincoln."

Quentin Tarantino wins Best Screenplay for "Django Unchained." Two wins for the movie so far.

Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger presents the Best Foreign Film category. "Amour" wins, of course. It's an honest, touching movie about growing old together.

"Brave" wins Best Animated Feature. "Frankenweenie" and "Wreck-it-Ralph" are better reviewed, but "Brave" has made more at the box office.

Jodie Foster looks fantastic at 50 -- or at any age, for that matter. She finally revealed to everyone that she's ... single.

Ben Affleck wins Best Director for "Argo." Still nothing for "Lincoln."

Another one for "Les Miserables." Hugh Jackman gets the Best Actor (Comedy or Musical) award.

Ditto for Best Comedy and Musical. "Les Miserables" is the big winner at the Golden Globes so far. Well, for the Comedy or Musical category anyway.

... Um ... got distracted by my kids. Daniel Day-Lewis finally wins one for "Lincoln" by taking the Best Actor (Drama) category. Jessica Chastain puts "Zero Dark Thirty" on the board with Best Actress (Drama) Win.

And the big award goes to "Argo."

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