The Emmys kicks off with a star-studded opening number featuring Kenan Thompson, Sterling K. Brown, Titus Burgess, Kate McKinnon and more. John Legend makes a surprise musical appearances as does the flawless Ricky Martin.
Man On The Moon
Oh and let's not forget that time Andy Samberg swung down on a moon.
A Weekend Update On Monday
"Saturday Night Live" "Weekend Update" stars Colin Jost and Michael Che kick off the show slinging jokes back and forth. Jost mentions how much content Netflix is rolling out and how his pitch must've been pretty terrible if they turned it down. Che confirms it was pretty terrible.
Tracy Morgan's Bias
Jimmy Kimmel tries his best to acknowledge all the talents nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy series. Tracy Morgan isn't shy about how he "is rooting for the black people."
Morgan shares his support for nominees Zazie Beets, Leslie Jones and Millie Bobby Brown. Kimmel informs Morgan that Brown is neither black nor nominated, leaving Morgan no choice but to uninvite the "Stranger Things" star from his cook out.
Keep Those Toilets Clean
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy series winner Alex Borstein asks her fellow ladies to sit when using the restroom: "If you sit, we can all sit."
Sandra Oh No...
Beloved Canadian actress Sandra Oh tears up the Emmy nomination for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy. Hysterical, she stars shouting out unrelated winners like "La La Land".
Michael Douglas' Advice
Michael Douglas talks about the handful of awards he has won in his career and the many more he has lost. His advice to tonight's losers, "carry that rage, know that you were cheated, that you were robbed."
THE Emmys Couple
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend share hilarious dialogue when presenting an Outstanding Supporting Actress award.
"It's been an incredible week," Legend said. "Oh my god, we get it you won the EGOT," Teigen sighed. "I meant our anniversary," Legend replied. Teigen conceded, "Okay thank you, Jesus."
Thank God For The Horse
"Godless" actor Jeff Daniels celebrates his Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie by thanking his on-set horse. "He was also Jeff Bridges horse. I felt he was making unfair comparisons. Three times he threw me off, the third time I broke my wrist."
Timeless Betty White
Betty White delivers the sort of speech that makes you all fuzzy inside: "It's amazing to be in a career this long and people still put up with you. I wish they did that at home."
Regina King Is Queen
"Seven Seconds" star Regina King is absolutely shocked to win the award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited series or Movie. So much so, it took her ages to get out of her seat: "Really? Say word. I didn't have nothing to say because I really wasn't expecting this... Thank you, thank you, thank you."
From 'Glee' To Versace
"Glee" fans are going wild over Darren Criss' Outstanding Lead Actor Emmy for his role in "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story".
Emmys host Michael Che goes around Hollywood delivering Reparation Emmys to black stars of the past such as Jaleel White from "Family Matters" and Marla Gibbs from "The Jeffersons". Look out for that Bryan Cranston cameo!
Mr. And Mrs. Weiss
Glenn Weiss won an Emmy award for directing the Oscars, but that was only a consolation prize. On stage in front of the world, he proposed to his girlfriend Jan Svendsen. Leslie Jones was in shock, Sarah Paulson in tears and most importantly, Glenn and Jan are now happily engaged.
The Horrific Truth
"Rick & Morty" arrive at the Emmys to announce the winner for Outstanding Reality series. Before that, however, Rick goes off script, revealing the horrible truth behind the creation of the Emmys trophy. It turns out, the Emmy is a real-living creature capable of complex emotions.
"You're looking at it before its feet are mounted to a wooden base and its wrists are bound to a weighted sphere... while it's dipped in molten gold." The living, breathing Emmy hopes "Atlanta" wins awards tonight "because smaller crews mean fewer of its offspring die."
'Game Of Thrones' Wins Big
"Game of Thrones" closes out the night with their third Outstanding Drama Series award following back-to-back wins in 2015 and 2016.