The Golden Globe Awards are one of those rare television events that make it fun for everyone to get involved. The stars dress up and win awards, while the rest of us sit back and lob petulant, snarky comments about people we’re jealous of (and later, while we’re tallying our retweets, they disperse to several of Beverly Hills’ finest hotels for multipartner sex with unthinkably attractive models). Tina Fey and Amy Poehler received near-unanimous raves for their handling of the hosting duties, including Poehler’s line of the night in which she explained why she backs director Kathryn Bigelow in the torture controversy that has dogged Zero Dark Thirty: “When it comes to torture, I trust the lady who spent three years married to James Cameron.”

+ It was another big night for HBO and Showtime on the TV side, while Argo, Les Mis, and Django Unchained scored well in the movie categories. Here’s a complete rundown of all the nominees and winners.

+ And here’s a video collection of the show’s most memorable moments, including Jodie Foster’s speech which I found moving, inspiring, emotional and important, even though I was unable to answer either of the two questions posed by my six year-old son: “Wait, is she quitting?” and “Dad, what is she even talking about?”

+ Some pretty cool candid polaroid shots from the evening.