— Good Morning America (@GMA) September 21, 2020
Now isn’t the time for pettifogging — Catherine O’Hara simply received an Emmy! The Schitt’s Creek actress took house the award for outstanding lead actress in a comedy series on Sunday evening, and naturally, her speech was filled with vivid vocabulary fit for Moira Rose herself. “Thanks to the Tv Academy for nominating me alongside these very cool girls and for topping off this enjoyable night with this trophial deal with,” she mentioned after receiving her prize on the forged’s viewing social gathering in Toronto.
O’Hara thanked sequence creator Dan Levy (who additionally received for excellent writing in a comedy sequence) for letting her play a multifaceted “girl of a sure age” — her personal age! However her most “gaudiloquent” reward went to the Deborah Hansen who led the cost on wardrobe and several other different crew members whose “munificent venistation” introduced Moira to life. She’d be an “ungrateful doddypoll” if she uncared for to thank them for his or her behind-the-scenes efforts! If these aren’t phrases straight out of the Moira dictionary, I do not know what’s. Watch O’Hara’s speech above.