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The 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (2006)

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When the cast of The Office (2005) was on stage accepting the Emmy for Best Comedy Series, cast member Mindy Kaling suffered a brief nipple slip when Jenna Fischer's arm brushed by her right breast after hugging her, causing Mindy's black dress to briefly slip down. See more »

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Follows The 16th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (1964) See more »

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Emmy Award Performance w Conan O'Brien
6 February 2013 | by See all my reviews

This was a very funny performance of Conan O'Brien doing "Trouble at NBC". Marguerite Derricks did a great job on the choreography with the cast. Some of the dancers included Matt Sergott & Brandon Henschel in "Southern style" suits. Conan O'Brien's comic film leading into this number was brilliant. His timing is great. The performance was like many past Emmy performances in that they are comical but I feel Conan was superb at it all. I wanted to see him dance some more but I understand he is a comic and not a dancer. The costumes the dancers wore were very colorful and not what we usually see on award shows everyday. The staging was done well with the ensemble really highlighting what Conan was singing about.


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