America’s favorite televised drinking game took place over the weekend. Boyhood and The Grand Budapest Hotel were among the night’s winners. The excellent Transparent also took home some top prizes and put Amazon on the awards show map. Fargo won for best mini-series or TV movie (while True Detective will have to settle for being one of the top two or three TV dramas of all time). And since you asked, I’d definitely queue up The Missing and the remarkable Olive Kitteridge for a little binge watching.

+ Buzzfeed: 53 thoughts you had while watching the 2015 Golden Globes. I only had two thoughts: JLo’s dress and Prince’s hair. And I’m pretty sure both used the same stylist.

+ Variety: 14 Biggest Golden Globes snubs and surprises, including Gina Rodriguez’ win for her leading role in Jane the Virgin. (My high school experience doesn’t seem so depressing now that I know you can win an award for playing a virgin.)

+ NY Mag: The highs and lows of the night. For me, the high was Michael Keaton’s acceptance speech (when he thanked his son, I teared up and my son made a farting noise). And the low was when the Golden Globes TV voiceover guy pronounced GIFs with a soft G. Hollywood…

+ And finally, the red carpet hits and misses (I miss Joan Rivers). I’m not sure if it was a hit or a miss, but I’m pretty sure that Matthew McConaughey’s beard is the Yellow King.