Six Feet Under buries competition as Emmy nominations announced

BY Advocate.com Editors

July 19 2003 12:00 AM ET

Six Feet Under, the delectable HBO series about the gay and straight goings-on in a family-run Los Angeles funeral home, led the pack with 16 nods as the 2003 Emmy award nominations were announced on Thursday in Los Angeles. NBC's gay-friendly White House drama The West Wing was in close competition with 15 nominations. In the best TV drama category, Six Feet Under faces three-time winner West Wing; HBO's The Sopranos; CBS's top-rated CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, executive-produced by out scribe Ann Donohue; and Fox's thriller 24, costarring Dennis Haysbert of the gay-in-the-'50s feature Far From Heaven.

CBS's Everybody Loves Raymond and HBO's Sex and the City, whose gay creators include Darren Star and Michael Patrick King, shared honors as the most-nominated comedies, landing in 13 groups each, including Best Comedy. They are joined in that category by last year's winner, Friends, and Will & Grace, both from NBC, as well as HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm.

NBC's The West Wing scored the second highest number of nominations, with 15. The Sopranos, which was left out of the voting last year, claimed 13 to tie Raymond and Sex and the City at the number 3 position among most-nominated programs.

Among the networks, HBO scored 109 nominations to top second-place NBC, which had 77 to CBS's 59.

The movies and miniseries categories also saw nominations of interest to GLBT viewers. Out writer-director Jane Anderson's Normal (HBO) scored best actor and actress nods for stars Tom Wilkinson and Jessica Lange as well as a writing nomination for Anderson. Disappointingly, Ron Nyswaner's powerful Soldier's Girl (Showtime), about the murder of Pfc. Barry Winchell, was confined to a nomination for makeup.

The 55th Annual Emmy Awards will be given out in September. Each year many of the same shows and stars vie against one another, and in recent years HBO and NBC have battled it out as the most-nominated networks.

One of this year's few surprises was the absence of NBC's Law & Order from the drama category, where a nomination would have marked a record 12 straight.

In the best dramatic actor group, 2002 winner Michael Chiklis of The Shield faces past winners James Gandolfini for The Sopranos and Martin Sheen in The West Wing, Peter Krause for Six Feet Under, and Kiefer Sutherland in 24.

Comedic actor nominees were Ray Romano for Everybody Loves Raymond, Bernie Mac in The Bernie Mac Show, Matt LeBlanc in Friends, Eric McCormack in Will & Grace, Tony Shalhoub in Monk, and Larry David in Curb Your Enthusiasm.

Jane Kaczmarek of Malcolm in the Middle led the best comedic actress category with her fourth straight nomination. She is joined by Patricia Heaton for Everybody Loves Raymond, last year's winner, Jennifer Aniston in Friends, Debra Messing in Will & Grace, and Sarah Jessica Parker in Sex and the City.

Dramatic actress nominees featured familiar names like Edie Falco in The Sopranos, Allison Janney of The West Wing, Marg Helgenberger for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Jennifer Garner in Alias, and Frances Conroy for Six Feet Under.

Among supporting roles, the dramatic actors saw both Joe Pantoliano and Michael Imperioli nab nominations for The Sopranos, as did Bradley Whitford and John Spencer for The West Wing. They were joined by Victor Garber for Alias.

Nominees for supporting actress in a drama series were Lena Olin from Alias, Tyne Daly in Judging Amy, Stockard Channing in The West Wing, and Lauren Ambrose and Rachel Griffiths, both from Six Feet Under.

Supporting actor in a comedy will see Peter Boyle and Brad Garrett from Everybody Loves Raymond go against David Hyde Pierce and John Mahoney from Frasier, Bryan Cranston from Malcolm in the Middle, and Sean Hayes of Will & Grace.

Supporting actress nominees for comedy series were Kim Cattral and Cynthia Nixon of Sex and the City, previous winner Megan Mullally of Will & Grace, last year's winner, Doris Roberts of Everybody Loves Raymond, and Cheryl Hines for Curb Your Enthusiasm.

Nominees in all categories for the 55th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, announced Thursday by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences:

1. Animated Program Less Than One Hour: As Told by Ginger: And She Was Gone, Nickelodeon; Disney's Kim Possible: Crush, Disney; Futurama: "Jurassic Bark," Fox; The Simpsons: "Three Gays of the Condo," Fox; SpongeBob SquarePants: "New Student Starfish-Clams," Nickelodeon.

2. Animated Program One Hour or More: Chased by Dinosaurs, Discovery.

3. Art Direction for a Multicamera Series: Friends: "The One in Barbados" (Parts 1 and 2), NBC; Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: "Sabrina in Wonderland," WB; That '70s Show: "The Battle of Evermore," Fox; 24, Fox; Will & Grace, NBC.

4. Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series: Alias: "Phase One," ABC; Sex and the City: "Plus One Is the Loneliest Number," HBO; Six Feet Under: "The Opening," HBO; The West Wing: "20 Hours in America" (Parts 1 and 2), NBC; Without a Trace: "Birthday Boy," CBS.

5. Art Direction for a Miniseries, Movie, or Special: Hitler: The Rise of Evil: Part 1, CBS; Live From Baghdad, HBO; Meredith Willson's The Music Man, ABC; My House in Umbria, HBO; Napoleon: Part 2, A&E.

6. Art Direction for a Variety or Music Program: 75th Annual Academy Awards, ABC; Cedric the Entertainer Presents: No. 1, Fox; The 45th Annual Grammy Awards, CBS; MADtv: No. 806, Fox; Survivor: Thailand: Episode 513, CBS.

7. Casting for a Comedy Series: Curb Your Enthusiasm, HBO; Friends, NBC; Scrubs, NBC; Sex and the City, HBO; Will & Grace, NBC.

8. Casting for a Drama Series: American Dreams, NBC; Six Feet Under, HBO; The Sopranos, HBO; 24, Fox; The West Wing, NBC.

9. Casting for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special: Door to Door, TNT; Hysterical Blindness, HBO; Kingpin, NBC; Live From Baghdad, HBO; My House in Umbria, HBO.

10. Choreography: Boston Public: "Chapter 67," Fox; Céline in Las Vegas: Opening Night Live, CBS; Meredith Willson's The Music Man, ABC; Smuckers Stars on Ice, A&E.

11. Cinematography for a Multicamera Series: Everybody Loves Raymond: "Just a Formality," CBS; Frasier: "Rooms With a View," NBC; Friends: "The One in Barbados," NBC; Girlfriends: No. 064, UPN; My Big Fat Greek Life: "The Big Night," CBS; Will & Grace: "Sex, Losers and Videotape," NBC.


12. Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series: Alias: "Double Agent," ABC; CSI: Miami: "The Simple Man," CBS; Six Feet Under: "Nobody Sleeps," HBO; The West Wing: "Holy Night," NBC.

13. Cinematography for a Miniseries or Movie: Door to Door, TNT; Hunter: Back in Force, NBC; Hysterical Blindness, HBO; Live From Baghdad, HBO; Out of the Ashes, Showtime.

14. Cinematography for Nonfiction Programming (Single or Multicamera): American Experience: "Daughter From Danang," PBS; James Cameron's Expedition: Bismarck, Discovery Channel; Journeys With George, HBO; Nova: "Mountain of Ice," PBS; Survivor: Thailand: "The Importance of Being Earnest," CBS.

15. Commercial: "Angry Chicken," Nike Footwear; "Fish," PBS Promo; "The Osbournes," Pepsi Twist; "Sheens," VISA; "Squares," Volkswagen Beetle.

16. Costumes for a Series: Alias: "Phase One," ABC; American Dreams: "Where the Boys Are," NBC; Sex and the City: "I Love a Charade," HBO; Six Feet Under: "Tears, Bones and Desire," HBO; That '70s Show: "Ramble On," Fox.

17. Costumes for a Miniseries, Movie, or Special: Hitler: The Rise of Evil: Part 2, CBS; Meredith Willson's The Music Man, ABC; My House in Umbria, HBO; Napoleon: Part 2, A&E; Tennessee Williams' The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone, Showtime.

18. Costumes for a Variety or Music Program: Cher--The Farewell Tour, NBC; MADtv: No. 809, Fox; The First Annual Miss Dog Beauty Pageant, Fox; Saturday Night Live: "Host: Robert De Niro," NBC.

19. Directing for a Comedy Series: Curb Your Enthusiasm: "The Nanny From Hell," HBO; Curb Your Enthusiasm: "The Special Section," HBO; Curb Your Enthusiasm: "Krazee-Eyez Killa," HBO; Curb Your Enthusiasm: "Mary, Joseph and Larry," HBO; Sex and the City: "I Love a Charade," HBO; Will & Grace: "24," NBC.

20. Directing for a Drama Series: Six Feet Under: Nobody Sleeps," HBO; The Sopranos: "Whitecaps," HBO; The Sopranos: "Whoever Did This," HBO; 24: "10:00 P.M. - 11:00 P.M.," Fox; The West Wing: "25," NBC.

21. Directing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program: 75th Annual Academy Awards, ABC; Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, CBS; Late Show With David Letterman: No. 1876, CBS; Saturday Night Live: "Host: Christopher Walken," NBC; The 56th Annual Tony Awards, CBS.

22. Directing for a Miniseries, Movie, or Dramatic Special: Door to Door, TNT; Live From Baghdad, HBO; My House in Umbria, HBO; Soldier's Girl, Showtime; Tennessee Williams' The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone, Showtime.

23. Directing for Nonfiction Programming: American Experience: "The Murder of Emmett Till," PBS; American Idol: "Finale," Fox; Da Ali G Show: Episode 3, HBO; James Cameron's Expedition: Bismarck, Discovery Channel; Journeys With George, HBO; Unchained Memories: Readings From the Slave Narratives, HBO.

24. Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series: Alias: "Phase One," ABC; The Sopranos: "Whoever Did This," HBO; 24: "5:00 A.M. - 6:00 A.M.," Fox; 24: "8:00 A.M. - 9:00 A.M.," Fox; The West Wing: "25," NBC.

25. Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series: Curb Your Enthusiasm: "The Corpse-Sniffing Dog," HBO; Curb Your Enthusiasm: "Krazee-Eyez Killa," HBO; Malcolm in the Middle: "If Boys Were Girls," Fox; Sex and the City: "Anchors Away," HBO; Sex and the City: "Luck Be an Old Lady," HBO.

26. Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Miniseries, Movie, or Special: Door to Door, TNT; Hitler: The Rise of Evil: Part 1, CBS; Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story, Lifetime; Live From Baghdad, HBO; Steven Spielberg Presents Taken: "Episode 3--High Hopes," Sci Fi.

27. Multicamera Picture Editing for a Series: Everybody Loves Raymond: "She's the One," CBS; Frasier: "Rooms With a View," NBC; Friends: "The One in Barbados," NBC; Friends: "The One With Ross's Inappropriate Song," NBC; Will & Grace: "Marry Me a Little, Marry Me a Little More," NBC.

28. Multicamera Picture Editing for a Miniseries, Movie, or Special: 75th Annual Academy Awards, ABC; AFI's 100 Years...100 Passions: America's Greatest Love Stories, CBS; Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, CBS; The 25th Annual Kennedy Center Honors, CBS; Paul McCartney's Back in the U.S., ABC.

29. Picture Editing for Nonfiction Programming, Single or Multicamera: American Experience: "Seabiscuit," PBS; American Experience: "Daughter From Danang," PBS; James Cameron's Expedition: Bismarck, Discovery Channel; Journeys With George, HBO; Survivor: The Amazon: "More Than Meats the Eye," CBS.

30. Hairstyling for a Series: Alias: "The Counteragent," ABC; American Dreams: "I Want to Hold Your Hand," NBC; MADtv: No. 805, Fox; Sex and the City: "Plus One Is the Loneliest Number," HBO; Six Feet Under: "Perfect Circles," HBO.

31. Hairstyling for a Miniseries, Movie, or Special: Cher--The Farewell Tour, NBC; Door to Door, TNT; Frank Herbert's Children of Dune, Sci Fi; My House in Umbria, HBO; Napoleon, A&E.

32. Lighting Direction (Electronic, Multicamera) for VMC Programming: 75th Annual Academy Awards, ABC; American Idol: "Finale," Fox; Cher--The Farewell Tour, NBC; Rolling Stones--Licks World Tour, Live From Madison Square Garden, HBO.

33. Main Title Design: The Anna Nicole Show, E!; Hysterical Blindness, HBO; Napoleon, A&E; Normal, HBO; Penn & Teller: Bull----!, Showtime.

34. Makeup for a Series (Nonprosthetic): Alias: "The Counteragent," ABC; CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: "Lady Heather's Box," CBS; "MadTV: "No. 801 Eighth Season Premiere," Fox; Sex and the City: "Plus One Is the Loneliest Number," HBO; Six Feet Under: "Perfect Circles," HBO.

35. Makeup for a Series (Prosthetic): CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: "Got Murder?," CBS; Enterprise: "Canamar," UPN; MADtv: No. 806, Fox; Primetime Glick: No. 301, Comedy Central; Six Feet Under: "Perfect Circles," HBO.

36. Makeup for a Miniseries, Movie, or Special (Nonprosthetic): Frank Herbert's Children of Dune, Sci Fi; Helen of Troy, USA; Napoleon, A&E; Normal, HBO; Rudy: The Rudy Giuliani Story, USA.

37. Makeup for a Miniseries, Movie, or Special (Prosthetic): Door to Door, TNT; Soldier's Girl, Showtime; Steven Spielberg Presents Taken, Sci Fi.

38. Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore): The Agency: "The Great Game," CBS; Enterprise: "The Expanse," UPN; JAG: "Need to Know," CBS; Odyssey 5: "Pilot," Showtime; 24: "10:00 P.M. - 11:00 P.M.," Fox.

39. Music Composition for a Miniseries, Movie, or Special (Dramatic Underscore): Eloise at the Plaza, ABC; Hitler: The Rise of Evil, CBS; The Lost World: Part 2, A&E; Martin and Lewis, CBS; Tennessee Williams' The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone, Showtime.

40. Music Direction: 75th Annual Academy Awards, ABC; Cher--The Farewell Tour, NBC; Christmas in Washington, TNT; Meredith Willson's The Music Man, ABC.

41. Music and Lyrics: The Concert for World Children's Day, Song Title: "Aren't They All Our Children," ABC; The Fairly OddParents: Love Struck, Song Title: "What Girls Love," Nickelodeon; The Fairly OddParents: Love Struck, Song Title: "It's Great to Be a Guy," Nickelodeon; It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie, Song Title: "Everyone Matters," NBC; The Simpsons: "Dude, Where's My Ranch," Song Title: "Everybody Hates Ned Flanders," Fox.

42. Main Title Theme Music: Boomtown, NBC; Everwood, WB; Miracles, ABC; Monk, USA; Penn & Teller: Bull----!, Showtime.

43. Writing for Nonfiction Programming: American Experience: "Seabiscuit," PBS; American Experience: "The Murder of Emmett Till," PBS; Da Ali G Show, HBO; Journeys With George, HBO; Unchained Memories: Readings From the Slave Narratives, HBO.

44. Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Bernie Mac, The Bernie Mac Show, Fox; Larry David, Curb Your Enthusiasm, HBO; Ray Romano, Everybody Loves Raymond, CBS; Matt LeBlanc, Friends, NBC; Tony Shalhoub, Monk, USA; Eric McCormack, Will & Grace, NBC.

45. Lead Actor in a Drama Series: Michael Chiklis, The Shield, FX; Peter Krause, Six Feet Under, HBO; James Gandolfini, The Sopranos, HBO; Kiefer Sutherland, 24, Fox; Martin Sheen, The West Wing, NBC.

46. Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie: William H. Macy, Door to Door, TNT; Brad Garrett, Gleason, CBS; Tom Wilkinson, Normal, HBO; Paul Newman, Our Town, Showtime; James Woods, Rudy: The Rudy Giuliani Story, USA.

47. Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Patricia Heaton, Everybody Loves Raymond, CBS; Jennifer Aniston, Friends, NBC; Jane Kaczmarek, Malcolm in the Middle, Fox; Sarah Jessica Parker, Sex and the City, HBO; Debra Messing, Will & Grace, NBC.

48. Lead Actress in a Drama Series: Jennifer Garner, Alias, ABC; Marg Helgenberger, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CBS; Frances Conroy, Six Feet Under, HBO; Edie Falco, The Sopranos, HBO; Allison Janney, The West Wing, NBC.

49. Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie: Thora Birch, Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story, Lifetime; Helena Bonham Carter, Live From Baghdad, HBO; Maggie Smith, My House in Umbria, HBO; Jessica Lange, Normal, HBO; Helen Mirren, Tennessee Williams' The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone, Showtime.

50. Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series: Peter Boyle, Everybody Loves Raymond, CBS; Brad Garrett, Everybody Loves Raymond, CBS; John Mahoney, Frasier, NBC; David Hyde Pierce, Frasier, NBC; Bryan Cranston, Malcolm in the Middle, Fox; Sean Hayes, Will & Grace, NBC.

51. Supporting Actor in a Drama Series: Victor Garber, Alias, ABC; Michael Imperioli, The Sopranos, HBO; Joe Pantoliano, The Sopranos, HBO; Bradley Whitford, The West Wing, NBC; John Spencer, The West Wing, NBC.

52. Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie: Peter O'Toole, Hitler: The Rise of Evil, CBS; Ben Gazzara, Hysterical Blindness, HBO; Chris Cooper, My House in Umbria, HBO; John Malkovich, Napoleon, A&E; Alan Arkin, The Pentagon Papers, FX.

53. Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series: Cheryl Hines, Curb Your Enthusiasm, HBO; Doris Roberts, Everybody Loves Raymond, CBS; Cynthia Nixon, Sex and the City, HBO; Kim Cattrall, Sex and the City, HBO; Megan Mullally, Will &Grace, NBC.

54. Supporting Actress in a Drama Series: Lena Olin, Alias, ABC; Tyne Daly, Judging Amy, CBS; Lauren Ambrose, Six Feet Under, HBO; Rachel Griffiths, Six Feet Under, HBO; Stockard Channing, The West Wing, NBC.

55. Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie: Kathy Baker, Door to Door, TNT; Helen Mirren, Door to Door, TNT; Gena Rowlands, Hysterical Blindness, HBO; Juliette Lewis, Hysterical Blindness, HBO; Anne Bancroft, Tennessee Williams' The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone, Showtime.

56. Guest Actor in a Comedy Series: Fred Willard, Everybody Loves Raymond, CBS; Hank Azaria, Friends, NBC; Jonathan Winters, Life With Bonnie, ABC; David Duchovny, Life With Bonnie, ABC; Gene Wilder, Will & Grace, NBC.

57. Guest Actor in a Drama Series: Don Cheadle, ER, NBC; James Whitmore, Mister Sterling, NBC; James Cromwell, Six Feet Under, HBO; Matthew Perry, The West Wing, NBC; Tim Matheson, The West Wing, NBC; Charles S. Dutton, Without a Trace, CBS.

58. Guest Actress in a Comedy Series: Betty Garrett, Becker, CBS; Georgia Engel, Everybody Loves Raymond, CBS; Christina Applegate, Friends, NBC; Cloris Leachman, Malcolm in the Middle, Fox; Betty White, Yes, Dear, CBS.

59. Guest Actress in a Drama Series: Sally Field, ER, NBC; Farrah Fawcett, The Guardian, CBS; Tovah Feldshuh, Law & Order, NBC; Barbara Barrie, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, NBC; Alfre Woodard, The Practice, ABC; Kathy Bates, Six Feet Under, HBO.

60. Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program: Jon Stewart, The Daily Show With Jon Stewart, Comedy Central; Dennis Miller, Dennis Miller: The Raw Feed, HBO; Martin Short, Primetime Glick, Comedy Central; Robin Williams, Robin Williams: Live on Broadway, HBO; Wayne Brady, Whose Line Is It Anyway? ABC.

61. Comedy Series: Curb Your Enthusiasm, HBO; Everybody Loves Raymond, CBS; Friends, NBC; Sex and the City, HBO; Will & Grace, NBC.

62. Drama Series: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CBS; Six Feet Under, HBO; The Sopranos, HBO; 24, Fox; The West Wing, NBC.

63. Miniseries: Hitler: The Rise of Evil, CBS; Napoleon, A&E; Steven Spielberg Presents Taken, Sci Fi.

64. Made-for-TV Movie: Door to Door, TNT; Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story, Lifetime; Live From Baghdad, HBO; My House in Umbria, HBO; Normal, HBO.

65. Variety, Music or Comedy Series: The Daily Show With Jon Stewart, Comedy Central; Late Night With Conan O'Brien, NBC; Late Show With David Letterman, CBS; Saturday Night Live, NBC; The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, NBC.

66. Variety, Music or Comedy Special: 75th Annual Academy Awards, ABC; Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, CBS; Cher--The Farewell Tour, NBC; Robin Williams: Live on Broadway, HBO; Rolling Stones--Licks World Tour, Live From Madison Square Garden, HBO.

67. Classical Music-Dance Program: CONTACT (Live From Lincoln Center), PBS; New York Philharmonic: All-Gershwin New Year's Eve Concert (Live From Lincoln Center), PBS; Perlman at the Penthouse (Live From Lincoln Center), PBS; POPS Goes the Fourth! 2002, A&E.

68. Children's Program: Kermit's Swamp Years, STARZ!; Lizzie McGuire, Disney; Nick News Special Edition: "My Family Is Different," Nickelodeon; Nick News Special Edition: "The Iraq Question: American Kids Talk About War," Nickelodeon; Through a Child's Eyes: September 11, 2001, HBO.

69. Nonfiction Special, Traditional: Benjamin Franklin, PBS; Christopher Reeve: Courageous Steps, ABC; The Day the Towers Fell, History Channel; Journeys With George, HBO; Unchained Memories: Readings From the Slave Narratives, HBO.

70. Nonfiction Series, Traditional: American Masters, PBS; Behind the Music, VH1; Biography, A&E; The E! True Hollywood Story, E!; Inside the Actors Studio, Bravo.

71. Nonfiction Program, Alternative: Antiques Roadshow, PBS; Cirque Du Soleil Fire Within, Bravo; Da Ali G Show, HBO; The Osbournes, MTV; Trading Spaces, TLC.

72. Reality-Competition Program: 100 Years of Hope and Humor, NBC; AFI's 100 Years…100 Passions: America's Greatest Love Stories, CBS; The Amazing Race, CBS; American Idol, Fox; Survivor, CBS.

73. Sound Editing for a Series: Alias: "Phase One," ABC; CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: "Fight Night," CBS; ER: "Chaos Theory," NBC; Third Watch: "The Price of Nobility," NBC; 24: "10:00 P.M. - 11:00 P.M.," Fox.

74. Sound Editing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special: Frank Herbert's Children of Dune: "Night 1," Sci Fi; Hitler: The Rise of Evil: Part 1, CBS; Live From Baghdad, HBO; Monte Walsh, TNT; Steven Spielberg Presents Taken: "Episode 9--John," Sci Fi.

75. Sound Editing for Nonfiction Programming (Single or Multicamera): American Experience: "Seabiscuit," PBS; American Masters: "Joni Mitchell: Woman of Heart and Mind," PBS; Before We Ruled the Earth, Discovery Channel; James Cameron's Expedition: Bismarck, Discovery Channel; Unchained Memories: Readings From the Slave Narratives, HBO.

76. Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: "Revenge Is Best Served Cold," CBS; ER: "Chaos Theory," NBC; The Sopranos: "Whoever Did This," HBO; 24: "10:00 P.M. - 11:00 P.M.," Fox; The West Wing: "25," NBC.

77. Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a Miniseries or a Movie: Door to Door, TNT; Live From Baghdad, HBO; Meredith Willson's The Music Man, ABC; A Painted House (A Hallmark Hall of Fame Presentation), CBS; Steven Spielberg Presents Taken: Episode 1--Beyond the Sky," Sci Fi.

78. Multicamera Sound Mixing for a Series or Special: Everybody Loves Raymond: "She's the One," CBS; Frasier: "Daphne Does Dinner," NBC; Friends: "The One in Barbados" (Parts 1 and 2), NBC; That '70s Show: "5-10," Fox; Will & Grace: "Bacon and Eggs," NBC.

79. Sound Mixing for a Variety or Music Series or Special: 75th Annual Academy Awards, ABC; The 45th Annual Grammy Awards, CBS; Robin Williams: Live on Broadway, HBO; Rolling Stones--Licks World Tour, Live From Madison Square Garden, HBO; The Tonight Show With Jay Leno: No. 2393, NBC.

80. Sound Mixing for Nonfiction Programming (Single or Multicamera): American Idol: "Finale," Fox; American Masters: "Joni Mitchell: Woman of Heart and Mind," PBS; The Day the Towers Fell, History Channel; James Cameron's Expedition: Bismarck, Discovery Channel; Journeys With George, HBO.

81. Special Visual Effects for a Series: Buffy the Vampire Slayer: "Chosen," UPN; Enterprise: "Dead Stop," UPN; Enterprise: "The Crossing," UPN; Enterprise: "The Expanse," UPN; Firefly: "Serenity," Fox.

82. Special Visual Effects for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special: Building the Great Pyramid, Discovery Channel; Frank Herbert's Children of Dune: "Night 1," Sci Fi; The Lost World: Part 2, A&E; Point of Origin, HBO; Steven Spielberg Presents Taken: "Episode 2--Jacob and Jesse," Sci Fi.

83. Stunt Coordination: Alias: "The Telling," ABC; Fastlane: "Asslane," Fox; Third Watch: "Crash and Burn," NBC; 24: "10:00 A.M. - 11:00 A.M.," Fox.

84. Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video for a Series: American Idol: No. 210, Fox; Late Show With David Letterman: No. 1912, CBS; Saturday Night Live: "Host: Christopher Walken; Musical Guest: Foo Fighters," NBC; The Tonight Show With Jay Leno: No. 2279, NBC.

85. Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special: 75th Annual Academy Awards, ABC; Cher--The Farewell Tour, NBC; The 45th Annual Grammy Awards, CBS; Robin Williams: Live on Broadway, HBO; Rolling Stones--Licks World Tour, Live From Madison Square Garden, HBO.

86. Writing for a Comedy Series: The Bernie Mac Show: "Goodbye Dolly," Fox; Everybody Loves Raymond: "Counseling," CBS; Everybody Loves Raymond: "Baggage," CBS; Lucky: "Pilot," FX; Sex and the City: "I Love a Charade," HBO.

87. Writing for a Drama Series: Six Feet Under: "Twilight," HBO; The Sopranos: "Whitecaps," HBO; The Sopranos: "Whoever Did This," HBO; The Sopranos: "Eloise," HBO; The West Wing: "25," NBC.

88. Writing for a Variety, Music, or Comedy Program: The Daily Show With Jon Stewart, Comedy Central; Late Night With Conan O'Brien, NBC; Late Show With David Letterman, CBS; Robin Williams: Live on Broadway, HBO; Saturday Night Live, NBC.

89. Writing for a Miniseries, Movie, or Dramatic Special: Door to Door, TNT; Hysterical Blindness, HBO; Live From Baghdad, HBO; My House in Umbria, HBO; Normal, HBO.

 

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