Matthew McConaughey, Amy Poehler + The Funniest Moments Of The 2014 Golden Globes

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The 2014 Golden Globe Awards are all wrapped up, and we’re about ready to grab our own cocktails after spending the evening watching actors drink. But first, we decided we should probably help those of you who’ve been boozing it up all night remember what was ACTUALLY funny (not just beer goggles funny) about everyone’s favorite drunk awards show. Whether it was laughs scripted for hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, spontaneous live-show errors (sorry, Wolf of Wall Street girl we don’t know) or awesome victory speeches (Matthew McConaughey ftw), the Globes lived up to their reputation. Here we count down the 10 most hilarious moments. (Also, here are the best GIFs of the Golden Globes.)

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10. Tina and Amy’s Opening Monologue
The opener started off a little stiff and lacked any expected gimmicks, but loosened up by the bit when they pretended Julia Louis-Dreyfus was snubbing her TV roots and smoking e-cigarettes with Reese Witherspoon in the “film” section. Our favorite line was Amy’s throwaway about 12 Years a Slave: “I will never look at slavery the same way again,” with Tina interjecting, “Wait, how were you looking at it?”

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9. Jacqueline Bisset Foils The Censors
It could have been a boring speech about a show (Dancing on the Edge) none of us saw, but the flustered Bisset managed to turn it into much more. The censors thought they were cutting out her curse word, but instead, we heard everything but her “sh–.” We hope the FCC takes her advice: “If you want to look good you’ve got to forgive everybody.”

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8. Tina’s “Son” Randy
We thought it was sweet how Kyra Sedwick and Kevin Bacon made a “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon” joke when introducing their daughter, Sosie, a.k.a. Miss Golden Globe. And then things got hilarious when Tina stepped in to introduce “Mr. Golden Globe,” her “adult son from a previous relationship” Randy, a.k.a. Amy Poehler as a surly teen whose father might be any man in the room. Not Idris Elba, but possibly Harvey Weinstein. “Jaqueline Bisset’s backstage bothering me,” Randy complained.