Oscars 2011: The Liveblog
10:04 - No it's not some Franco-induced contact high, Chuck fans -- Zachary Levi really is here singing the nominated song from Tangled. And so is Mandy Moore, you... Grey's Anatomy minor dead characters-heads?
10: 12 - Jake Gyllenhaal is presenting the short subject categories. Wish Prince of Persia had been a shorter film.
10:13 - It took four nominations and over 20 years, but Karen Goodman and Kirk Simon finally won that Documentary Short Subject Oscar! You did it, guys! (Though in our opinion, Keith Urban was the best short subject at the Oscars this year.)
10:17 - Auto-tuned Harry Potter and Twilight footage? Looks like getting Daniel Tosh to produce was a good idea.
10:19 - Keep shimmying, Hathaway. Ratings just went up.
10:20 - Sorry, Gyllenhaal -- you're a big enough star for the short subjects, but for the feature-length documentaries? We need Oprah, to make sure people know how important they are. Before they're revealed to be mostly made up.
10:21 - And Inside Job wins! Now you know which one you should see! IGNORE THE OTHERS.
10:27 - Finally, Billy Crystal is here! Now the show can start.
10: 28 - Did Hugh Jackman buy advertising space on this show? Everyone keeps talking about him.
10:30 - And now, for your entertainment, an old, funny Oscar ceremony. Can we watch the whole thing? Please? At least most of us will have no idea who's going to win.
10:31 - So, when Ricky Gervais makes fun of Robert Downey Jr.'s seedy past, it's mean-spirited, but when Jude Law does it as part of a bit, it's bromance?
10:33 - Wow. Another technical win for Inception. Shocker.
10:35 - ...But Best Film Editing goes to The Social Network! These guys are so happy! Go post your congratulations on their Facebook walls!
10:40 - Quick poll: is this show horrible? Or most horrible? Personally, we're leaning towards door number two.
10:41 - Our hosts are back on stage cracking wise about how Winter's Bone sounds dirty. we mean honestly, that just happened. At least Anne Hathaway's cute giggle and hot red dress are distracting us from the void standing directly to her right.