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TV Critic Mary McNamara and Times writer Glenn Whipp to talk Emmy nominations

Join Los Angeles Times Television Critic Mary McNamara and staff writer Glenn Whipp on Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific time as they sift through the surprises and snubs, the head-scratchers and the huzzah-worthy names of note from the 65th annual Emmy Awards nominations, which will be announced earlier that morning. 


McNamara and Whipp will run down the day's big winners and mourn those deserving folks who didn't make the cut. If you have a question -- or outrage you'd like to vent -- bring it to the table, and they'll do their best to answer your query. Unless you're wanting to know why Jon Cryer keeps getting nominated for "Two and a Half Men." Then you're on your own.


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Follow @GlennWhipp

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