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Comedy Central Emmy Submissions, 2011.

Comedy Central Emmy Screeners

Comedy Central just shipped its Emmy DVD mailer to the 14,000 members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. The disc inside includes these episodes:

“The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” -– Dec. 16, 2010. Guests: 9/11 first responders and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee.

“The Colbert Report” -– Jan. 18, 2011. Guest: Cornel West.

“Tosh.0” -– Jan. 25, 2011. Web redemption by rapper who got hit by an ice cream truck singing “I’m Gipper.”

“Workaholics” -– Episode 3: “Office Campout”

“Colbert” and “Tosh.0” compete for best variety series against “Daily Show”, which has won for the last eight years. “Workaholics” competes for best comedy series.

Source: LA Times.

NBC have submitted “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” – Episode 347 – Bruce Springsteen.

In case you have forgotten “Who’s Riding Stephen’s Coattails Now?” you can re-watch the clip below:

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  1. colbaby
    June 7, 2011 at 3:37 AM

    Oh dear. Jon brought out the big guns submitting that 9/11 show. He’s going to be tough to beat, yet again. On the other hand, the Cornel West episode included that Palin smackdown which was mind blowingly perfect.

    Question: if Stephen ever does win for Outstanding Variety/Comedy Series, as Executive Producer, doesn’t Jon get an Emmy too?

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  2. anais0509
    June 7, 2011 at 4:27 AM

    Oh dear. It’s close competition. VERY close. Both episodes are supremely superb in their own way. Jon’s showcasing of brave souls physically suffering from their immediate post-9/11 duties who are still not compensated for their self-sacrifice vs. Stephen’s magnificant smackdown of “Governish” Palin. This is gonna be lip-biting as the time gets closer.

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  3. susan209
    June 7, 2011 at 12:02 PM

    I agree. But I do wish Stephen would have submitted the show where he’s auctioning off his self portrait (he’s a humanitarian too, after all, just like Jon). It was absolutely hysterical and showed his incredible range as well as showing off his heart a bit too. I also would have loved for him to submit the 2 shows where he channeled his best Stan Laurel in demonstrating how to have tea with the Queen of England. I agree, the Palin smackdown was an absolute classic. But how are the voters going to say no to Jon’s (admittedly brilliant) episode with the 9/11 workers?
    Any chance of a tie? Has there ever been a tie before?
    Well. There should be. Definitely.

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    • June 8, 2011 at 2:51 AM

      There have been tie’s at awards shows before, but I cannot recall if it has ever happened at the Emmy’s or not.

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  4. lockhart43
    June 7, 2011 at 12:41 PM

    Well, the folks at The Daily Show and The Colbert Report certainly aren’t messing around. Those are two incredibly strong episodes. Everything about that January 18th episode of TCR was unbelievably brilliant, from the comments about Palin to the Coma Cozy. Actually, that episode was so amazing that I’m going to watch it again right now.

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  5. Roseha
    June 7, 2011 at 1:07 PM

    I remember after reading the description, that was a great TCR episode, but for the last 11 months – almost exactly! I’ve hoped they would nominate the Steve Carell episode of July 7, 2010. Not to be. It was just so hilarious and perfect all around! But it was a long time ago.

    I just think the Emmy folks don’t like to break their ingrained decades old habit of voting for the same people each year so I’m not sure it matters which episodes are nominated! I just hope it will be a fun show. At least with Stephen nominated I pay attention to it now.

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