Didn't stay up for the Screen Actors Guild Awards last night? No problem. We kept our eye on the prize and rounded up the nine best moments of the night — and those honors go to...
Flicka's still getting some.
Either William H. Macy was totally trolling Adam Sandler or he likes his kinky business out in the open. 'Cause during his acceptance speech for Best Comedy Actor for "Shameless," he gave a shout-out to his wife, actress Felicity Huffman, by saying "Flicka, I love going to bed with you too."
Somehow, though, in the world of 15-Minute Hollywood Marriages, this one's not so much awkward as it is awwwwwwwww.
Debbie Reynolds is a "Star Wars" fan, too.
Of the many gems Lifetime Achievement Award winner Debbie Reynolds bestowed upon the SAG crowd, the best was when she used the Force to pay homage to her presenter-daughter Carrie Fisher's iconic "Star Wars" hairdo.
Looking back upon her days of "Singin' in the Rain," she recalled, "Some of you may not remember this, but I had a bun -- at the back of my head I had a bun, a big bun, an ugly bun. So, I warned my daughter Carrie who'd just gotten a part in a picture, Princess Leia in 'Star Wars,' I said, 'Well, Carrie be careful of any weird hair-dos.' So, luckily George [Lucas] gave her two buns. Thank you, George."
She'd have really iced the nerd cake by thanking Obi-Wan Kenobi, but we'll take it.
Frankly, Jen, we don't give a slice.
Despite her impressive Hollywood hustle, it looks like Jennifer Aniston won't be nabbing any trophies for her work in "Cake." But "oh well," she still got a pretend prize in our minds for being just funny enough to spice up a pretty dull SAG open.
So, she's no Scarlett O'Hara. Who gives a damn?
Frances McDormand is everything.
She really loves what she does, you know? And she also really wants you to watch "Olive Kitteridge." Like, bad. ("You can stream it ... I don't know how.") And to kick up her heels, literally, with everyone, and eat nuts and stuff.
We're with Julia Roberts on this one. "Wow."
No show for Mark Ruffalo.
Mark Ruffalo was one of two big winners who couldn't make it in this eve -- blame the new Nor'easter, we suppose -- but "The Normal Heart" star's absence wasn't as easily overlooked as the other fella. (Hint: It's Kevin Spacey.) Not only did co-presenter Jared Leto outright call him a "No-Show" while still miced up and on-stage, but he also threatened to saw the statue in half and share it with Lupita Ny'ongo and "keep it forever."
Apparently, Ruffalo slept through the whole shebang, though, and when he woke up to the good news, he made it up to us by Instagramming a pic from bed. And now we just want to cuddle up with him again. Well played, Mark.
Passing the torch.
No disrespect to the cast of "Orange is the New Black," 'cause there were like 40 (!!) of them on-stage, but we totally dug the whole passing the prize technique to ensemble acceptance that the kids from "Downton Abbey" and "Birdman" employed.
More of this, please.
Celeste and Jesse FOREVER.
Remember when we said that we need Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader to fill the giant void left by Golden Globes co-hostesses with the mostesses Tina Fey and Amy Poehler? Well, we now have a backup offer. Because the SAGs totally just reminded us how dynamic of a duo Andy Samberg and Rashida Jones are, and now we want an official "Celeste and Jesse Forever" reunion to happen. Like, right now.
And it should definitely include 700 lambskin jimmy hats. Of course.
Laura Jeanne didn't fart, y'all.
It's official: Reese Witherspoon is still the cutest.
While presenting the prize for Best Supporting Actor to J.K. Simmons, a moment of loud static caught the "Wild" actress by surprise, and she made sure America knew that its sweetheart did not, in fact, cut the cheddar.
"It wasn't me," she squealed in an off-prompter, totally Elle Woods-esque moment.
Cue up the Viola Davis Fist Pump.
There was just so much yes in Viola Davis' acceptance speech for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series. We especially liked the part where she thanked Shonda Rhimes and Co. "for thinking that a sexualized, messy, mysterious woman could be a 49-year-old dark-skinned African-American woman who looks like me."
[Insert sobbing-but-still-smiling emoji here.]