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Old 09-24-2013, 04:15 PM   #1
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Default Emmy In Memoriam controversy: Jonathan Winters over Larry Hagman?

http://variety.com/2013/tv/awards/em...ng-1200657783/

The Emmy controversy could've been avoided if certain stars weren't elevated over others -- and giving short shrift to Hagman was simply inexcusable.
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Jonathan Winters was a comedy legend. I am a fan of his but yes Klugman & Hagman should have been recognized before him because they were tv legends. They both had 2 classic tv shows and they appeared on tv for decades. However Winters was more deserving than Cory Monteith. I still say that he should have been the one not included.
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Jonathan Winters was a comedy legend. I am a fan of his but yes Klugman & Hagman should have been recognized before him because they were tv legends. They both had 2 classic tv shows and they appeared on tv for decades. However Winters was more deserving than Cory Monteith. I still say that he should have been the one not included.
Agreed! Monteith is the one who sticks out like a sore thumb and shouldn't have been included! Klugman and Hagman are both more deserving!!
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Jonathan Winters was a comedy legend. I am a fan of his but yes Klugman & Hagman should have been recognized before him because they were tv legends. They both had 2 classic tv shows and they appeared on tv for decades. However Winters was more deserving than Cory Monteith. I still say that he should have been the one not included.
Klugman, Hagman, and Winters all would be very deserving. they had long and varied careers. Hagman from Tony Nelson to J.R., Klugman from Oscar to Quincy. Monteith by any standard does not even begin to compare career wise to any of the others.
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Jonathan Winters, Jack Klugman and Larry Hagman should have all had special tributes. Recognizing a short time actor who died of drugs like that Glee actor was a disgrace.
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Agreed! Monteith is the one who sticks out like a sore thumb and shouldn't have been included! Klugman and Hagman are both more deserving!!

Totally agree! I was furious.
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Personally, I wouldn't have given anybody a special tribute because all it does is "open up a can of worms" over who is more worthy of a tribute than another.
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