Someday there will be an award for the best acceptance speech. Until that time, its up to us.
Last night, the Golden Globes produced three candidates:
Jamie Foxx, for self possession and almost loosing it while remembering his grand mother.
Glenn Close, for vivacity and a coded (but conciliatory) message to her daughter.
Terry Hatcher, for astonishing candor (“I was such a has-been) and a display of good humor not much diminished by the fact that, as Pam noted, she appeared incapable of registering emotion above the bridge of her nose.