The best and weirdest moments from the 2022 Emmys

From Jimmy Kimmel playing dead to Kenan and Kel reuniting, it was an action-packed night.

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Issa Rae let her feelings be known on the red carpet.

Kenan Thompson opened the show dancing to remixes of some of TV's most beloved theme songs.

Jennifer Coolidge danced instead of being played off the stage as she accepted her award for Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series.

Sheryl Lee Ralph won the whole show with a proud, rousing acceptance speech.

Kenan and Kel reunited and teased the nostalgic Good Burger sequel.

Lizzo advocated for more representation for fat Black women as she took home the award for Best Reality Series.

Lee Jung-jae made Emmys history.

Jimmy Kimmel did not get the last laugh as he kept a gag going too long and took away from Quinta Brunson’s acceptance speech.

Zendaya made history, yet again.