Supporting actress in a comedy winner Merritt Wever of "Nurse Jackie" on her short acceptance speech:
Supporting actor in a comedy winner Tony Hale of "Veep" tries to take questions from the press:
"I don't even know my left from my right right now."
Lead actress in a comedy actress Julia Louis Dreyfus on if this trophy means something:
"I've lost 10 times, as a matter of fact, and it is delicious to win."
"The Big Bang Theory's" Jim Parsons on what it feels like to win an Emmy:
"That thing that I can compare it to is that feeling you get when you narrowly miss getting into a car accident."
"30 Rock's" Tina Fey (who shared a writing for a comedy series Emmy with Tracey Wigfield) on how she thinks Cecily Strong will do on "Saturday Night Live's" "Weekend Update":
"For 'Update,' you have to be comfortable being yourself on camera and I think she will be great at that."
Henry Bromell's wife Sarah, who accepted the late scribe's writing for a drama series Emmy:
"Henry's father was a CIA station chief. Of course, he won't talk about anything â¦"
Mark Burnett of "The Voice" speaking about beating rival "The Amazing Race" for the reality competition Emmy:
"It feels pretty good to beat the show that I don't produce that people think I produce."
"Breaking Bad's" Anna Gunn, who received the supporting actress in a drama trophy, on the Sklyer haters:
"What the Skyler haters do, they do. It doesn't have anything to do with me."
"The Newsroom's" Jeff Daniels, when a reporter for AARP questions him about his lead actor in a drama acceptance speech:
"OK, let me say I flew out special for that award. You gave me a little golden Barcalounger â¦ I use it to hold my meds."
Brit Abi Morgan, who received an Emmy for writing the miniseries "The Hour" on how she'll get her trophy home:
"I'm leaving all my luggage and I'm just going to take this home."
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