Michael Keaton was willing to give it “220, 221, whatever it takes” and ultimately that was enough for Birdman to become one of the lowest-grossing movies ever to take home the top trophy at the Academy Awards (which, this year, was watched by fewer of you than usual). Here’s a list of all the winners.

+ Vox has a list of the speeches and some of the best moments. On and around my couch, the night’s top speech award went to Best Supporting Actor J.K. Simmons, who advised us all to call our parents: “Don’t text. Don’t email. Call them on the phone. Tell them you love them, and thank them, and listen to them for as long as they want to talk to you.” Right after his speech, I called my parents. They told me to call back after the Oscars.

+ Neil Patrick Harris gave a decent but uneven performance as host (maybe I’m just jealous because even my own family finds NPH more likable than me), and the musical performances were generally excellent. Somehow, many people (including entertainment reporters) missed a few years’ worth of perfomances that made it clear Lady Gaga’s standing ovation-earning segment should come as no surprise.

+ John Travolta overshadowed his own gaffe from last year’s show by being, by far, the weirdest thing about the evening. It was difficult not to cover one’s eyes and yell, BarbariNO.

+ Julianne Moore’s Best Actress speech had some people wondering: Do Oscar winners really live longer?

+ No mention of Joan Rivers? Even the Everything is Awesome song thinks that sucks.

+ And finally, a video of a Lego Oscar being built in 3 seconds.