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|Mason||Sep 21 2013, 10:00 PM|
To say nothing of the fact that he could have had a career of certain television veterans' longevity had he not thrown it all away while he was still in the prime of his career. I don't mean to be insensitive, but it is incredible to me the lengths that it sounds like the academy is going to to give him a tribute while others with more lasting and distinguished careers are being shut out.
Personally, I don't buy the whole argument about the Emmys wanting to be socially responsible or whatever for a younger audience that, for the most part, probably doesn't even watch the Emmys anyway. It's just plain pandering for publicity and extra eyeballs, IMO.
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