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Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Amy Ryan, The Office
She may only have appeared in a handful of episodes during The Office's fifth season, but Ryan still managed to stand out in a brilliant ensemble cast as sweet, awkward Holly, love interest for maddening boss-man Michael Scott (Steve Carell). For her efforts, Ryan scored 24 percent of the EWwy vote, edging out Scrubs' Judy Reyes (22%), and Ugly Betty's Becki Newton (21%) in a tight race. Rounding out the field (in order) were Wanda Sykes (The New Adventures of Old Christine), Kristen Schaal (The Flight of the Conchords), and Nicollette Sheridan (Desperate Housewives).
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Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy JASON SEGEL, How I Met Your Mother
He reportedly didn't submit his name for Emmy consideration, but that didn't stop EWwy voters from showing love to the man who plays HIMYM's hilarious Marshall Eriksen. Segel swept the category with 34 percent of the vote, followed in order by The Office's Ed Helms (24%), Pushing Daisies' Chi McBride (18%), Ugly Betty's Michael Urie (16%), and finally The New Adventures of Old Christine's Hamish Linklater, and United States of Tara's Keir Gilchrist.
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Best Actress in a Comedy Kaley Cucoco, The Big Bang Theory
Her genius costar Jim Parsons is finally up for an Emmy this year, but Kaley Cucoco needn't feel too bad about getting snubbed. Instead, she can celebrate her clear-cut EWwy win over Better Off Ted's Portia de Rossi (34 percent vs. 28 percent) to take home the coveted Golden Ewe. Cuoco and de Rossi were trailed, in descending order, by Eva Longoria Parker (Desperate Housewives), Jordana Spiro (My Boys), Billie Piper (Secret Diary of a Call Girl), and Spencer Grammer (Greek).
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Best Actor in a Comedy Zachary Levi, Chuck
Not only did rabid Chuck fans save NBC's spy comedy for a third season, they also helped propel its star, Zachary Levi, to an EWwy win, giving him 36 percent of votes to beat out runner-up James Roday of Psych, with 28 percent, and third-place Nathan Fillion of Castle, with 20 percent. Trailing the top trio in descending order were: Rules of Engagement's Patrick Warburton, Party Down's Adam Scott, and Worst Week's Kyle Bornheimer.
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Best Comedy Series Chuck
Chuck defeated The Big Bang Theory in a close race: Both the winner and runner-up accounted for 22 percent of the vote, while two other series popped up in the photo-finish camera as well, with Psych and Pushing Daisies landing 20 and 18 percent of votes, respectively. They were followed home by It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (13%) and Better Off Ted (6%).
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Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Elizabeth Mitchell, Lost
ABC's ensemble drama contains a cauldron of dark and twisty secrets, but few have been as hard to figure out as why Emmy snubbed Elizabeth Mitchell for a nomination. At least EWwy was able to let the healing begin, as Lost's Juliet snagged 37 percent of the vote, almost twice as many as her next closest competitor, House's Lisa Edelstein. The top two were trailed by Tricia Helfer of Battlestar Galactica, Cote de Pablo of NCIS, Chloe Sevigny of Big Love, and Alison Pill of In Treatment.
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Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Nelsan Ellis, True Blood
Few shows on television have the buzz of HBO's True Blood, and ensemble standout Nelsan Ellis rode the wave all the way to a handy EWwy win, taking home 36 percent of the votes to beat Fringe's John Noble (20 percent) and Grey's Anatomy's Kevin McKidd (19%). Trailing those cats were Walton Goggins (The Shield), Matthew Rhys (Brothers & Sisters), and Jake Weber (Medium).
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Best Actress in a Drama Emily Deschanel, Bones
Almost only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades, but don't tell that to BSG's Mary McDonnell, who lost the Golden Ewe to Bones' Emily Deschanel by a single vote from the tens of thousands cast in the category. While you let that sink in, we'll review the third- through sixth-place finishers among EWwy voters: Friday Night Lights' Connie Britton, Gossip Girl's Leighton Meester, Mad Men's January Jones, and Southland's Regina King.
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Best Actor in a Drama Josh Holloway, Lost
His wayward Sawyer emerged as a responsible leader on Lost's fifth season, and at the same time, Josh Holloway emerged as the MVP leading man of the show's expansive cast. For his efforts, you handed him an EWwy, with 33 percent of the votes, more than enough to hold off Friday Night Lights' Kyle Chandler (22 percent). They were trailed (in descending order) by: Michael Chiklis (The Shield), Denis Leary (Rescue Me), William Petersen (CSI), and Scott Grimes (ER).
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Best Drama Series True Blood
Fangbangers, rejoice! Your favorite show sucked the blood out of the competition, winning 32 percent of the vote to take home the EWwy. The vanquished included: Battlestar Galactica (23%), Friday Night Lights (18%), Burn Notice (12%), Rescue Me (8%), and The Shield (7%).