Need To Know: Bryan Cranston Dedicated His Emmy To ‘Sneaky Pete.’ Who Is He?

Plus, VMA moments you may have missed.

With additional reporting by Janelle Myers

His Last Emmy For ‘Breaking Bad’
When “Breaking Bad” star Bryan Cranston accepted the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, he dedicated his award to “all the Sneaky Petes in the world.” Earlier in his speech, he revealed that his family gave him that nickname because until he started acting, he always schemed and looked for the easy way out. He advised us not to settle for the mediocre and said, “Take a chance. Take a risk. Find that passion. Rekindle it. Fall in love all over again. It’s really worth it.”

Emmy Winners
It was a big night for “Breaking Bad,” which won Best Drama Series in the last Emmy Awards show it could contend for. Other huge winners include “Modern Family” for Outstanding Comedy Series, “Orange Is The New Black”s Uzo Aduba for Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series and “Sherlock: His Last Vow”s Benedict Cumberbatch for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie. Here’s a complete list of the winners.

Billy Crystal Remembered Robin Williams
“It’s very hard to talk about him in the past, because he was so present in all of our lives,” Billy Crystal said as he gave a moving tribute to his late friend Robin Williams at the Emmy Awards.

Young Jeezy In Jail
Rapper Young Jeezy was reportedly arrested after an assault rifle, which was linked to a backstage shooting during a tour stop in California, was found on his tour bus. While he is not the only one in custody, he is being held on $1 million bail.

What You May Have Missed At The VMAs
You may have thought you saw everything at the MTV Video Music Awards, but here are some things that you may have missed: Beyoncé‘s baby girl Blue Ivy went backstage, Ed Sheeran revealed he’s learning to booty clap and 5 Seconds of Summer get goofy with us. If you want to re-live the awards show go here.

Must-See Video Of The Day
Dreamworks’ animator, Daniel Hashimoto, makes his son’s dreams come true when he turns him into an “Action Movie Kid,” skydiving and riding rocket-powered cars. If only my home videos were as awesome.

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