LOS ANGELES — Heard at the 63rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards:
"If world needs to repopulate at some point, the announcement team of Sofia Vergara and Rob Lowe, I think, would make very fortunate children." — Jon Stewart, as he accepts the award for outstanding variety, comedy, reality series for "The Daily Show."Story: 'Modern Family' wins big at the Emmys
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"I'm from Plainsville, Ill., and I'm standing here and it's kind of amazing. Holy smokes!" — Melissa McCarthy, accepting the award for outstanding lead actress in comedy series, "Mike & Molly."Story: Emmy red carpet sees some bold moves
"I want to take a moment to get something off my chest and say a few words to everybody here from 'Two and a Half Men.' From the bottom of my heart, I wish you nothing but the best for this upcoming season. We spent eight wonderful years together and I know you will continue to make great television." — Charlie Sheen, before he presents outstanding lead actor for comedy series award, which he referred to as "my old category" in reference to his previous show "Two and a Half Men."Story: Sheen wishes 'Men' cast well from Emmy stage
"I don't know what I'm going to talk about in therapy next week. I won something." — Julie Bowen, accepting the award for outstanding supporting actress in comedy series "Modern Family."Story: Kathy Griffin forces Ryan Seacrest to kiss her
"Hello. Firstly, sorry I can't be there live in person. Not allowed. Not after the Golden Globes." — comedian Ricky Gervais, as he introduces the award for outstanding directing in a comedy series via videotape and making light of his no-holds-barred approach to hosting the last Golden Globes.Story: A day of hellos and goodbyes on Emmy red carpet
"My father passed away before he saw me perform. I can't help but wonder what he would think of all this. I go to a job in full makeup." — Ty Burrell as he accepts the award for outstanding supporting actor in comedy series "Modern Family."Story: What you didn't see on the Emmy telecast
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