The Golden Globes aired last night, and in the realm of comedy, Mike Schur’s NBC shows had a great night. Not only did Amy Poehler finally get an award for her work as Leslie Knope on Parks and Rec, but freshman sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine took home a surprising win for Best Comedy/Musical TV Series, with Andy Samberg also earning a Best Actor award for his work on the show this year. While the ceremony was sadly low on Fey/Poehler bits (probably due to how long it took every winner to walk to the stage), the comedy duo still knocked it out of the park with their monologue, and Amy also played Tina’s apathetic, illegitimate, and Bieber-haired son Randy later in the show, which is always a bonus.
Click through to see the complete list of comedy-related winners as well as several clips of the show’s best moments, including the much anticipated Fey/Poehler opening monologue, acceptance speeches from Samberg and Poehler, Melissa McCarthy’s Matt Damon impersonation, and more.
Comedy award winners:
Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy: American Hustle
Best Performance in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy (Actor): Leonardo DiCaprio (The Wolf of Wall Street)
Best Performance in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy (Actress): Amy Adams (American Hustle)
Best TV Series – Musical or Comedy: Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Best Performance in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy (Actor): Andy Samberg (Brooklyn Nine-Nine)
Best Performance in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy (Actress): Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation)
Tina and Amy’s monologue
Andy Samberg’s acceptance speech
Melissa McCarthy does her Matt Damon impression
Amy Poehler’s acceptance speech
Amy plays Tina’s son Randy
Tina’s vagina joke breaks the live feed