Downtown’s Soleto was busting at the seams with revelers gathered to celebrate 20th Century Fox TV and FX‘s big night that included multiple Emmys for best series winners Homeland and Modern Family, both produced by 20th TV, as well as FX’s Louie. Here is Homeland executive producer Howard Gordon, sharing his two statuettes with his agent, Rick Rosen, and Showtime’s David Nevins.

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HBO once again wowed with the scope and elaborate design of its garden-themed party at the Pacific Design Center. At the center of the enormous hall and the festivities was Danny Strong, holding his two Emmys for Game Change (left).

And as we wrap the Emmy weekend party marathon tonight, here is the funniest scene I witnessed: A valet staffer walked into Showtime’s pre-Emmy party Saturday and said, “Someone has taken the car keys with them. Does anyone drive a black BMW?” There was a chorus of yeses. “It’s like walking into a hospital and asking if there are doctors there,” one agent quipped agent.

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