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Julia Louis-Dreyfus
Final act of Emmy dominance by 'Breaking Bad' a landmark achievement
Final act of Emmy dominance by 'Breaking Bad' a landmark achievement

I love "Breaking Bad," and even I didn't think it would win as big as it did Monday night at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards. Best drama, best actor (Bryan Cranston), best supporting actor (Aaron Paul), best supporting actress (Anna Gunn) and best writing (Moira Walley-Beckett). Did show runner Vince Gilligan & Co. ever go out on a high. And it is all the more impressive when you consider the incredible level of competition for each of those awards. I picked it as best drama, and I picked Gunn and Paul as best supporting actress and actor. But as much as I adored Cranston's performance, there is no way I thought he would beat Matthew McConaughey of "True...

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