Betty White, 88, won her sixth Emmy for guest-hosting stint on Saturday Night Live, while Neil Patrick Harris, 37, picked up two Emmys: for his recent turn hosting the Tony Awards, and for his guest-starring appearance on Glee.
During his acceptance speech for his hosting triumph, Harris thanked his longtime partner David Burtka; the couple is expecting twins via surrogate, due this fall.
Other winners included Jaime Oliver’s Food Revolution (best reality series) and Survivor‘s Jeff Probst (best reality-show host).
John Lithgow earned his Emmy for his menacing season-long arc on Dexter. The Old Spice Guy Isaiah Mustafa won (well, the creators of his ad, Weiden + Kennedy, won — for best commercial).
Ann-Margret won for her guest drama turn on NBC’s Law and Order: SVU. Cartoon Network’s Robot Chicken won outstanding short-form animated program.
HBO won the most awards (17), followed by ABC (15) and Fox (9).