The folks behind the scenes of your favorite TV shows got to collect their winged statues Saturday night at the Creative Arts Emmy ceremony in Los Angeles. And a few actors even heard their names called for guest roles.
Allison Janney won for guest actress in a drama for her work on Showtime's Masters of Sex, making sure to thank the bourbon she drank before her first sex scene.
Joe Morton, who plays Papa Pope on ABC's Scandal, took guest actor honors in a drama.
Jimmy Fallon got the comedy guest-actor trophy for last year's holiday episode of NBC's Saturday Night Live, though sadly the digital short he took part in, Twin Bed, lost out to the Tonys in the music-and-lyrics category.
The three performers were among dozens of people and programs honored Saturday. Emmys in 26 more categories, including major acting and comedy and drama series honors, will be awarded at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony on Aug. 25 (live on NBC, 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT).
Joining Janney, Fallon and Morton in the winners' circle were Uzo Aduba, a comedy guest-actress winner for Netflix's Orange Is the New Black, and Glee's Jane Lynch, a reality-hosting winner for NBC's Hollywood Game Night.
Fox's Bob Burgers was a first-time winner for outstanding animated program, beating out such shows as Comedy Central's South Park and FX's Archer. Harry Shearer, who provides multiple character voices on Fox's The Simpsons, won his first Emmy for voice-over performance.
In the reality realm, ABC's Shark Tank won for structured reality program and Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch triumphed in the unstructured reality category. Comedy Central's The Colbert Report took home the Emmy for writing for a variety series.
Among the other winners:
Game of Thrones (HBO) for special/visual effects and prosthetic makeup
Between Two Ferns, Zach Galifianakis' talk show, for short form live action entertainment for its Barack Obama interview
True Detective (HBO) for main title design (i.e. opening credit sequence)
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC) for interactive program
Cable's FXM will broadcast a two-hour edited version of the Creative Arts Emmy ceremony on Aug. 24 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.