Kyle: Sorry you couldn't be here, but you will be watching with us.
Peter: Wow. Sooooo creepy. Hahaha.
Kyle: Yes. This will be the creepy Oscars.
Peter: Ummm... okay.
Peter: That was like some MTV opening montage. Younger Oscars!
Peter: Starting off with a very awkward acceptance speech for Art Direction.... nice. Sigh. Academy Award winner 'Alice In Wonderland'. 2 semi upsets so far... and we're off!
Kyle: Wow. Awesome. But does this bode well for 'The Social Network'?
Peter: I think so. I should've switched over. Regrets are starting. We'll know whenever film editing arrives.
Kyle: So glad for 'Inception' upset with cinematography. Willing to lose Oscar pool if 'Inception' continues to surprise.
Peter: But it's kinda sad Roger Deakins is still Oscarless, no?
Peter: I almost feel sad for Kirk Douglas. Maybe that's the point? A win for Leo!
Kyle: That's more like it. Douglas was awkward but memorable awkward. Like stories you tell about your kooky grandpa.
Kyle: Love Franco's line to Melissa Leo. Felt like she was trying to make a moment. I think the F bomb was planned.
Peter: Yeah? Just judging from Leo's past speeches, maybe she's just that way. She her Spirit Award speech for 'Frozen River' a few years back.
Peter: And we're back on schedule in terms of winners with 'The King's Speech' winning only one so far.
Kyle: Umm... you think Seidler wrote that speech?
Peter: Props to Anne for throwing it all out there for a crappy, crappy number.
Peter: A ".com" shot out? A little low brow, no? That site is about to explode with traffic volume.
Kyle: On surface low brow, but really shows his admiration and dedication to the real life person.
Kyle: Wow. 'The King's Speech' weak again.
Peter: I sooo should have switched over for Best Picture. That montage clip for original score just made me more mad that Andrew Garfield was not nominated.
Kyle: Was Scarlett taking a nap in the back?
Peter: I think so.
Kyle: And next to McConaughey's tanning bed?
Kyle: Ugh. Burton reign of terror on the Oscars.
Peter: Also, 'Alice' has 2 Oscars. Someone here is asking why 'Lord of The Rings' is in the background after the winner's announced. I told them it's call bad producing.
Peter: This confirms it. All of Newman's songs sound the same.
Kyle: I think he wrote them all 12 years ago and just uses them as movies come up.
Peter: That Chuck guy and Mandy Moore are sounding (and looking) good.
Kyle: Best speech of the night.
Peter: I will gladly sit through another decade of crappy auto-tune for another one of those song montages.
Kyle: Franco seems high but I love his distant attitude though.
Peter: Me too. Took awhile for me to get used to. It kind of works with this "younger" Oscars.
Kyle: "You're all getting an Oscar!!!"
Peter: I will always love the way Jennifer Hudson mispronounces the word 'nominees'. NUM-MEN-NEESE!
Kyle: Is Kathie Griffin singing?
Peter: I don't think so. It's supposedly "country sensation" Gwyneth Paltrow. I don't get it. She did awesome at the Grammys. What happened!?!!
Peter: Did Randy Newman just complain about having 2 Oscars? He won for his worst 2 songs!
Kyle: Is he doing a Sean Penn/ 'I Am Sam' impression?
Peter: Oh. Low! I think he sounds the same rather he's singing or not.
Peter: Oh, Ms. Bigelow. What are you wearing!?!?! Wow. Hooper in it to win it.
Kyle: Wow. Can go to bed now. It's over.
Peter: Maybe 'The King's Speech' can squeak this out after all.
Kyle: C'mon, Inception!
Kyle: Oh I know. Just wishin'.
Peter: The clip for Annette was more for Julianne than the actual nominee.
Kyle: Tinkerbell is nominated? (re: Williams)
Peter: Kudos to Natalie for naming crew! I so thought she was going to name my friend Tony, the script supervisor for 'Black Swan'.
Peter: Dance, Colin, Dance!
Kyle: What a very British speech.
Peter: Yeah. I said poise. Someone here said boring. LoL
Peter: There you go. 'The King's Speech' pulls it out. How about that?
Kyle: Not the sweep I expected, but it still got it. Okay, have to work at 4am. Have a good night!
Peter: Was fun and had fun!
Kyle: Good show.
Peter: Umm... sure. Night.