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From The “Martin” Reunion To Historic Wins, Here Are The Outstanding And Blackest Moments Of The 2024 Emmy Awards Event

‘Martin’ reunion among best moments at 2023-2024 Emmy Awards

‘Martin’ reunion among best moments at 2023-2024 Emmy Awards. Martin Lawrence, Tichina Arnold, Tisha Campbell, and Carl Anthony Payne II reunited onstage at this year’s Primetime Emmys.

Earlier this week, the iconic comedy “Martin” cast reunited on stage at the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards, creating one of the night’s most memorable moments at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles.

Martin Lawrence, Tichina Arnold, Tisha Campbell, and Carl Anthony Payne II took the stage in a reproduction of the iconic “Martin” living room set, joking with one another about never winning an Emmy.

Payne joked that he was prepared to accept their Emmy prize, adding, “Matter of fact, I’ve got my speech on deck, too.” Campbell reacted to Payne by stressing that “we are not getting an Emmy tonight. “Please sit your buttocks down.”

“We’re presenting an award, not being presented with one, knucklehead,” Arnold went on to say. Campbell went on to remark, “Carl’s not completely incorrect, you guys. “I mean, we should have won an Emmy during our run,” to which the crowd applauded enthusiastically.

Lawrence handed up the Emmy for lead actor in a comedy series to Jeremy Allen White, who won for his part in the popular Hulu series “The Bear.”

The “Martin” group reunion was hardly the only memorable event during the Emmys. Cast members from iconic TV shows such as “Grey’s Anatomy” (Chandra Wilson, Justin Chambers, Ellen Pompeo, Katherine Heigl, and James Pickens), “The Sopranos” (Lorraine Bracco and Michael Imperioli), “Cheers” (Kelsey Grammer, Rhea Perlman, Ted Danson, John Ratzenberger, and George Wendt), and “All in the Family” (Rob Reiner and Sally Struthers) reunited on stage.

Wilson, who, along with Pickens, is the only remaining “Grey’s Anatomy” original cast member, thanked fans for sticking with the show “through plane crashes, superstorms, earthquakes, and a global pandemic, and as we start our 20th season, we are officially the longest-running primetime medical drama in TV history.”

Pickens said, “And this would not be possible without all of you. Thank you to all of our fans.”

The Emmys’ finest moments don’t end with cast reunions. This year’s program also included a number of Black winners, many of whom were astonished to win since they were thought to be longshots in their respective categories. Niecy Nash-Betts won an Emmy for her role as Glenda Cleveland in “Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story,” her first victory after four nominations.


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