The results are in from the Critics Choice Television Awards. "Homeland" won for top drama, "Community" won for comedy, and unofficially, drama supporting actor champ Giancarlo Esposito of "Breaking Bad" won for top acceptance speech.
Best bit in an awards presentation was Cloris Leachman's pseudo-absentminded monologue about talkshows she had appeared on since the 1970s. That edged Olivia Munn's bit about believing that Aaron Sorkin only wrote his scripts as platforms for the cast to improv.
Joel McHale's line, accepting the final award of the night on behalf of "Community," summed things up: "Hey - we won something!"