10:20: We're so happy that a Conchord has won an Oscar, we're cueing up "Foux de Fafa" right now.
10:21: By the way, if you want to read the interview we conducted with the new Oscar winner back in November, click here.
10:23: George Clooney is like, "Billy, I helped you out for that opening film. Leave me alone. I'm off the clock"
10:24: Angelina Jolie takes the stage solo to present Best Adapted Screenplay. Because she'd cut anyone that dared to walk next to her with those bony shoulder blades of hers. (And, damn, did we almost see her rooney mara in that dress?)
10:25: Awaiting a Dean Pelton sighting when The Descendants wins. Barring a last minute Tinker Tailor upset, of course.
10:26: No upset here. The Descendants triumphs and we get to see our fair Dean. C'mon Jim, slip a Community reference in there somehow.
10:27: Hurry up, Alex. We wanna hear Jim speak. Don't you dare play Pelton off, orchestra.
10:28: Boo, hiss! Get Rash back up there, somebody. You let the Once chick do that a few years back.
10:29: Angelina stays in the picture for Best Original Screenplay. Woody Allen wins, but he didn't bother to show up, natch. (Thus giving the night's best acceptance speech by far).
10:32: Forgot which movie won Art Direction and which won Cinematography? Catch up via our handy list right here.
10:36: Is Milla Jovovich the presenter with the night's worst filmography? Discuss.
10:38: The Bridesmaids ladies take the stage to deliver some much-needed comic cheer.
10:39: Yes, nothing goes better with short movies than penis jokes. C'mon Maya and Kristen, you can do better than that.
10:40: The Shore wins Best Live Action Short. We called that one.
10:41: Melissa and Rose call back their Scorsese Drinking Game from the SAG Awards. Now that's more like it.
10:42: Saving Face wins for Best Documentary Short. We called that one too! Two for three, folks, two for three!