Will Arnett, Arrested Development

I love the Emmys. I hate the Emmys. Love the Emmys. Hate the Emmys. Love! Hate! Love! Hate!

Oops. Sorry, better take that up with my therapist.

Seriously, though, as much as I enjoy seeing my favorite TV stars and shows score hard-earned recognition, it seems like each year a lot of great writing and first-rate performances get overlooked. In that vein, dear PopWatch readers, I’d like each and every one of you to answer the following three questions:

1) Who’s this year’s biggest Emmy nomination snub? While I’d vote for Arrested Development‘s wickedly funny Will Arnett (left) — what? he wasn’t at least as good as Sean Hayes? — Entertainment Weekly’s TV critic Gillian Flynn provides several options for you to consider, including Desperate Housewives‘ Harriet Sansom Harris and The Wire‘s Idris Elba.

2) Who’s the one person you’d like to see removed from the list of major nominees? (Sorry, Eric McCormack, that’s the only vote you’ll be getting from me Sunday night.)

3) And, finally, which person absolutely must win Sunday night or else you’ll be driven into a white-hot rage? I’m going with Marcia Cross. Not only did she manage to break my heart and my funny bone all season long on Desperate Housewives, but she played through the pain of handling a pastry bag filled with scalding scrambled eggs on Monday’s series premiere of Martha. Someone, give the woman a statuette already!

Now it’s your turn. To paraphrase TLC, ”we don’t want no snubs.” So weigh in on yours now!

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