More fave Golden Globes lines
-- 30 Rock star Tina Fey (left) on Sarah Palin's statement that she couldn't understand how Fey was named entertainer of the year.
"If you ever start to feel too good about yourself, they have this thing called the Internet. Where you can find lots of people who really don't like you . . . They can suck it."
-- Tina Fey, slamming specific posters at LA Times site theenvelope.com while accepting award for best actress in a TV comedy, for 30 Rock.
"This is the first time I've ever been at the winning table . . . I've been to the Globes many times, and I'm always next to the winning table."
-- best supporting actress, TV miniseries winner Laura Linney, for John Adams.
"Even Madonna has been forced to get rid of one of her personal assistants. Our heart goes out to you, Guy Ritchie."
-- Presenter Sacha Baron Cohen on how the economic recession is affecting Hollywood.
"Tina Fey and I had an agreement that if Barack Obama won I would speak for the show from now on. That's the face of post-racial America -- deal wit' it, Cate Blanchett."
-- Tracy Morgan, accepting best TV comedy award for 30 Rock.
Weirdest Globes shout out: Alec Baldwin thanks his daughter Ireland "who makes me laugh when I'm home." Yeah, the same Ireland he called a pig in that profanity-laced voice-mail message awhile ago.
"Rue, I love you. And don't hunch."
-- proud mom Demi Moore, talking to daughter Rumer Willis, who served as Miss Golden Globes, just before presenting an award.
-- Dark Knight director Chris Nolan accepting the supporting actor award for Heath Ledger (left), who died last year.
"I really should have shut up a long time ago."
-- Sally Hawkins of Happy-Go-Lucky, during a too-long acceptance speech for best actress, film.
"I had a speech worked out which worked really well in the bathroom."
-- Tom Wilkinson, best supporting actor winner for ohn Adams, talking backstage on why he seemed so flustered during his acceptance speech.
"That way, instead of getting drunk with Mickey Rourke, I could be doing cocaine with Mickey Rourke."
-- presenter Seth Rogen on why he wished he could have presented at the Golden Globes 20 years ago.