->''"No one votes for Theatre/{{Wicked}}!"''
-->-- ''ForbiddenBroadway'', to the tune of "No One Mourns The Wicked"

->''"Welcome to the AcademyAwards. Or as it's known in my house, [[SelfDeprecation Passover]]."''
-->--'''BobHope''', hosting the 1968 Oscars

->''"1989 Grammy award LOSERS"''
--> -- The packaging of some pressings of ''[[{{Metallica}} ...And Justice for All]]''

->''"We'd like to thank Music/JethroTull for not putting out an album this year."''
-->-- [[{{Music/Metallica}} Lars Ulrich]], accepting an actual Grammy in 1990.

->''"Yo, [[Music/TaylorSwift Taylor]], I'm really happy for you, [[MemeticMutation I'mma let you finish]], but [[{{Music/Beyonce}} Beyoncé]] had one of the best videos of all time! OF ALL TIIIIIIME!"''
-->--'''Music/KanyeWest''', ''2009 MTV Video Music Awards''

->''“It was crazy. We saw our audience get bigger and bigger, and then come the SAG awards, the Emmy Awards, the Golden Globes—nothing. We were like, 'Well, what the fuck is going on?' And David Simon, he was so cool. He was like 'Fuck the awards, I’m not about that. [[DoingItForTheArt I’m about telling a good story]].' He was on interviews, like, “We don’t need that.” And some of us, in the back of our heads, were like, 'Yo, stop sayin’ '''[[StopHelpingMe we!]]'''[='=]''
--> -- '''Andre Royo''' on the Emmy snubs inflicted on ''Series/TheWire''

->''"Once upon a time, the highest American distinction that could befall fifty-two men and women in a given year was to have one's face on the cover of ''Time'' magazine. Even [[WHAuden Auden]] was thrilled when he heard that he was the subject of a cover story, and deeply hurt when it was cancelled because the managing editor, nodding beneath his flat rock, had been told that [[HeteronormativeCrusader Auden was a fag]] and no fag could ever be so honored. This changed in time, but too late for Auden."''
-->-- '''Creator/GoreVidal''', ''Palimpsest''

->''"Someday, Creator/StevenSpielberg will win his Oscar. This year he was rebuked and snubbed, and so Hollywood will provide the happy ending and give him an Oscar two or three years from now, and people will explain that it is 'really' for ''The Color Purple.'' That's the way the Oscar game has always been played."''
-->--'''Creator/RogerEbert''' on ''Film/TheColorPurple''

->''"In any correctly balanced world, [[KirstenDunst (Kirsten) Dunst]] would stride away with the Oscar while throwing up her arms like a {{Maury}} guest in a 'Whut? Whut? Ya’ll know I’m all that…' but [[Film/TheIronLady Streep did Thatcher]], so that’s probably not happening."''
-->--'''Stuart Millard''' [[http://franticplanet.wordpress.com/2011/12/20/my-top-20-movies-of-2011-the-list-part-2/ on]] ''{{Film/Melancholia}}''

->''"The Hollywood Walk of Fame is an iconic symbol of entertainment history. Of course, like any other hall of fame, it's also a total sham...would you believe the BackstreetBoys have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame? Sure you would; they sold a shit-ton of records and had a huge impact on the direction of popular radio in their day. You know who doesn't have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame? That's right, Music/{{NSYNC}}. That's like only giving Pepsi a star on the soda walk of fame. This imbalance alone is enough to completely destroy any facade of credibility the Hollywood Walk of Fame could ever hope to keep up."''
-->--'''''{{Website/Cracked}}''''', [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/5-b.s.-achievements-people-need-to-stop-taking-seriously/ "5 B.S. 'Achievements' People Need to Stop Taking Seriously"]]

->''"So, the [[GrammyAward Grammy]]s are a joke. They've always been a joke. Me being so obvious as to point out that the Grammys are joke makes ''[[CaptainObvious me]]'' kind of a joke. No one on earth sees a Grammy as ''any'' indicator of quality... And nowhere does the Grammys seem to get it wrong more often than the "[[HypeBacklash Best New Artist]]" Grammy, which all to often seems to go to flameouts, flash-in-the-pans, and all-around footnotes in music history. It's the MaddenCurse of music."''
-->--'''WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows''' on Marc Cohn's "Walking in Memphis"
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