Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Ty Burell (Modern Family)
Max Greenfield (New Girl)
Tony Hale (Veep)
Alex Karpovsky (Girls)
Adam Pally (Happy Endings)
Chris Pratt (Parks & Recreation)
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Tuc Watkins (Bob Hunter): A few jobs, the best one of all on Parks and Recreation — Upgrade
Kevin Rahm (Lee McDermott): After an unfortunate stint on the awful I Hate My Teenage Daughter, he transitioned from guest actor to full-time co-star on Mad Men — Upgrade (especially if you hated him playing a walking stereotype on Desperate Housewives — same goes for Watkins)
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Krysta Rodriguez (Ana from Smash) looks so much like Aubrey Plaza (April from Parks and Recreation) and I thought I was super later to the party on pointing this out but no one seems as passionately concerned as I do.
Here are pictures of each of them folded into themselves for proof.
On Duck Dynasty: Duck launched its third season with “Duck Season Eve,” where the men carry on their tradition of camping the night before. This means becoming one with nature for most of the Robertson men, but for Willie, it involves a tricked-out RV with all the comforts of home. The other guys are angry, yet slightly tantalized by the sound of gourmet pasta and comfortable sleeping quarters.
On Parks and Recreation: ”Camping” also features the Pawnee gang embracing the great outdoors, except Tom Haverford does it in the comfort of an enormous tent filled with everything the SkyMall catalogue has to offer. DJ Roomba brings the party, but Ron Swanson is not amused.