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The 2003-2004 Tubey Awards, Part Five

Most Reliable Way To Piss Off A Firefly Fan
"It's nice that they're taking a chance and giving Tru Calling a second season. It will give it the time to improve and find its footing." -- Shack

The Wilt Chamberlain "Path to Multiple Partners" Award
This one goes to Everwood's Bright Abbott, who took four dates to his high school prom at the same time. And made it look kind of hot. -- AB Chao

The Flynn Boyle Award For Most Creative Use of An Eating Disorder
Gregory Smith's brother is going to be on? And he's going to play an angry, bulimic, adorable high school wrestler? Awesome. -- AB Chao

Best Use of Hair Accessories To Portray Emotion
We knew Amy Abbott was sad when her bangs were in her eyes. And those bangs were almost always in her eyes. But the moments we lived for were those fleeting, ephemeral times when Amy would dry her tears, smile a little smile, and...reach for a bobby pin. Thank you, Amy Abbott, for revealing your Forehead of Happiness to us. Those moments meant so much, no matter how short-lived. -- AB Chao

The "Damn You, Berlanti" Award For Most Grievous Emotional Manipulation of a Recapper
Madison Kellner is responsible for countless pages of rage for the entire second season, and then in one of her very last scenes, is completely endearing and pleasing to the eye? Well played, Berlanti. Well played. -- AB Chao

The Nick & Nora Award for Most Adorable Couple on TV
To Tony Kornheiser and Mike Wilbon on Pardon the Interruption, the sole watchable example of the two-guys-shouting-about-anything genre currently on the air. Tony and Mike temper their tantrums with actual, unfaked affection for each other, and their bickering carries the weight of their ten-plus years working together at the Post. They yell because they love. That's why their show is better than Tucker & Begala, or Salisbury & Clayton, or O'Reilly & Anyone. -- Dan Kwa

The No One Can Hear You Scream Award for Emptiest Space on Television
Mondays, NBC, 11:51 PM to 12:04 AM: Jay Leno's "Headlines." -- Dan Kwa

The Dorian Gray Award for Talk Show Host Whose Looks Are Going Fast, and Boy, Does He Not Have Anything to Recommend Him Once He's Not Pretty Anymore
Tie: Carson Daly and Craig Kilborn. -- Dan Kwa

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The 2003-2004 Tubey Awards, Part Five

Most Reliable Way To Piss Off A Firefly Fan
"It's nice that they're taking a chance and giving Tru Calling a second season. It will give it the time to improve and find its footing." -- Shack

The Wilt Chamberlain "Path to Multiple Partners" Award
This one goes to Everwood's Bright Abbott, who took four dates to his high school prom at the same time. And made it look kind of hot. -- AB Chao

The Flynn Boyle Award For Most Creative Use of An Eating Disorder
Gregory Smith's brother is going to be on? And he's going to play an angry, bulimic, adorable high school wrestler? Awesome. -- AB Chao

Best Use of Hair Accessories To Portray Emotion
We knew Amy Abbott was sad when her bangs were in her eyes. And those bangs were almost always in her eyes. But the moments we lived for were those fleeting, ephemeral times when Amy would dry her tears, smile a little smile, and...reach for a bobby pin. Thank you, Amy Abbott, for revealing your Forehead of Happiness to us. Those moments meant so much, no matter how short-lived. -- AB Chao

The "Damn You, Berlanti" Award For Most Grievous Emotional Manipulation of a Recapper
Madison Kellner is responsible for countless pages of rage for the entire second season, and then in one of her very last scenes, is completely endearing and pleasing to the eye? Well played, Berlanti. Well played. -- AB Chao

The Nick & Nora Award for Most Adorable Couple on TV
To Tony Kornheiser and Mike Wilbon on Pardon the Interruption, the sole watchable example of the two-guys-shouting-about-anything genre currently on the air. Tony and Mike temper their tantrums with actual, unfaked affection for each other, and their bickering carries the weight of their ten-plus years working together at the Post. They yell because they love. That's why their show is better than Tucker & Begala, or Salisbury & Clayton, or O'Reilly & Anyone. -- Dan Kwa

The No One Can Hear You Scream Award for Emptiest Space on Television
Mondays, NBC, 11:51 PM to 12:04 AM: Jay Leno's "Headlines." -- Dan Kwa

The Dorian Gray Award for Talk Show Host Whose Looks Are Going Fast, and Boy, Does He Not Have Anything to Recommend Him Once He's Not Pretty Anymore
Tie: Carson Daly and Craig Kilborn. -- Dan Kwa

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