Did everyone enjoy getting down with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler at the Golden Globes on Sunday night? The delightful duo is now rivaled only by Neil Patrick Harris and Mike O'Malley and Mo on "Guts"--and Billy Crystal, for sentimentality's sake--in our Favorite Hosts of Anything Ever competition. And even after the cameras stopped rolling, the party kept going. Here's a roundup of the night and morning after the trophies were handed out.
Lena <3 Chad
So what the heck was going on with Lena Dunham and Chad Lowe, anyway? Turns out the "Girls" creator/star had made a Twitter promise to Lowe over the summer that "I will probably mention you if I ever receive any award at all in my lifetime." How come? Lena was trying to make up for Chad's then-wife, Hilary Swank, who forgot to thank him during her 2000 Academy Awards acceptance speech. "Dearest @lenadunham YOU COMPLETE ME," he replied on Twitter. We approve of these potential new besties.
Quentin Tarantino's loose lips
"Django Unchained" features more than a hundred instances of the N-word, so director Quentin Tarantino's probably pretty used to hearing it by now. That doesn't mean members of the press are, though. They reportedly were pretty shocked when he employed the word while answering a reporter's question about its use in "Django." Just remember, guys: Being surprised by Quentin can come with the territory.