via press release:

UNIVERSAL MEDIA STUDIOS RELEASES REACTIONS FROM EMMY NOMINEES FOR HOUSE, 30 ROCK, FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS, PARKS AND RECREATION AND LATE NIGHT WITH JIMMY FALLON

“I’m very excited. This time I’m going to put a whole rabbit on my keychain.”
— Hugh Laurie, “House”

“I am happy to be included in such a funny group of women, and hope the Emmy is ultimately decided by a series of high-pressure penalty kicks, World Cup Style.”
— Amy Poehler, “Parks and Recreation”

“So honored and happy when I found out the news at 8:30 this morning, and the fact that I was already drinking champagne was a happy coincidence.”
— Jimmy Fallon, “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”

“I’m very grateful to the Academy and I’m looking forward to Season 6 of 30 Rock.”
–Alec Baldwin, “30 Rock”

” I am so excited to be nominated again! Every year, Tina and the writers keep raising the comedy bar for Jenna and her antics and this nomination is testament to their brilliant work.”
— Jane Krakowski

“What a complete shock and surprise. I am beyond thrilled and excited for the Emmy nominations that Friday Nights has received. It’s like an episode of the show — a hail mary pass in the last seconds of the game. What a great moment to share with the crew, cast, writers, directors, producers, NBC, DirecTV — all who have contributed in a seminal way to this show that I’m so proud of. Additionally, I am so proud of Connie and Kyle for their much deserved recognition. Individually, they have given extraordinary nuanced performances and together have created one of the sweetest and poignant depictions of marriage on television.”
— Jason Katims, Executive Producer “Friday Night Lights”

“We’re thrilled to get the multiple Emmy nominations. I bet GE is kicking themselves right now that they sold NBC. And congratulations to Steve Carell on his nomination! Everyone at The Office will be cheering him on. Many people may not know this, but Steve actually got his start on The Office, playing the irascible but loveable boss, Michael Scott. Had we known that Steve’s performance would be so appreciated, we never would have fired him.”
— Paul Lieberstein, Executive Producer “The Office”

“I am incredibly honored to receive an Emmy nomination for my portrayal of Secretary of State Dean Rusk in ‘The Kennedys.’ Separately, but no less enthusiastically, I am thrilled for the entire creative team behind Parks and Recreation, to whom I’m eternally grateful for all their hard work.”
— Mike Schur, Executive Producer “Parks and Recreation”

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