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27 pop culture awards we wish we could give out in 2018

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27 pop culture awards we wish we could give out in 2018

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Mary Cybulski/Fox Searchlight

Best (and worst) drinking buddies

Give Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant another round for Can You Ever Forgive Me?.

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Kimberly French/Focus Features

Cutest cupcakes

Tully: Minion-themed or not, she must’ve pulled an all-nighter to make these!

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Linda Kallerus/A24

Top catchphrase

“Gucci!” From the coolest girl in the world, Kayla (Elsie Fisher) in Eighth Grade.

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Everett Collection

Best use of a ferris wheel

Simon and Bram’s long-awaited first kiss in Love, Simon.

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Universal Pictures

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Alessio Bolzoni/Amazon Studios

Best Tilda Swinton of Tilda Swinton’s three Suspiria roles

Blanc. Dr. Klemperer knows what happens to those who vote Markos.

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Fox Searchlight Pictures

Voice actor who sounds like what a dog would sound like if dogs talked

Bryan Cranston, Isle of Dogs.

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Ben Rothstein/©Marvel Studios 2018

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Jimmy Chin/National Geographic

Best solo

Alex Honnold, the climber hanging on by his fingernails in Free Solo. (Sorry, Han!)

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Matt Kennedy/Annapurna Pictures

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Michael Loccisano/Getty Images

Worst tribute

Madonna for Aretha at the VMAs. Madge honored the Queen of Soul by paying tribute to herself.

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Emma Mcintyre/ACMA2018/Getty Images

Best walker of the walk

Kenny Chesney, who donated all the proceeds of Songs for the Saints to hurricane victims in the islands.

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Interscope Records

Angriest album

Eminem’s Kamikaze. Slim Shady torches anyone who’s ever looked at him sideways on this surprise drop.

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D Dipasupil/FilmMagic

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Best 2000’s nostalgia

Anne-Marie. On “2002,” the singer throws us back to the double-denim era of Britney and *NSYNC.

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Matthew Simmons/Getty Images; David M. Benett/Getty Images; Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images

Best use of features

Mariah Carey. On “Giving Me Life,” the diva invites Slick Rick and Blood Orange over for a vibe-y jam.

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David Giesbrecht/Netflix

Biggest triple threat

Cody Fern as a sweet ex on Versace, Satan’s son on AHS, a snotty scion on HoC. Three roles, one tour de force year.

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Eliza Morse/FOX

Triple threat

The Gifted’s Skyler Samuels gives three, well, gifted performances as the diverse (but identical) trio of Frost sisters.

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Jack Rowand/The CW

Most ironically titled show

Life Sentence got 13 episodes. At least it lasted 11 hours longer than 2013’s Lucky 7.

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HBO

Most dysfunctional family therapy session

Succession’s Roy family proved money can buy drama but not sanity.

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Steve Dietl/Netflix

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George Kraychyk/Hulu

Show that made us scared of the White House

The Handmaid’s Tale just seems a little too prophetic in 2018.

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Colleen Hayes/NBC

Best use of a Hemsworth

The Good Place’s Larry Hemsworth (Ben Lawson) is fictional, but fits just fine in our Hems-bro dreams.

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John P. Johnson/HBO

Worst use of a Hemsworth

Westworld, where the third Hemsworth, Luke, has had practically nothing to do…for two seasons.

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John P. Johnson/HBO

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Kevin Winter/Getty Images

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