"Forget about Hanks, I've got bottles of moisturizer older than Tom Hanks." -- The Cecil B. DeMille Award winner after an introduction by Tom Hanks.
Sacha Baron Cohen
"The most unpleasant scene is certainly the naked fight. I didn't know whether I was going to survive." -- Best actor in a musical or comedy for "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan," on co-star Kenneth Davitian for a naked-wrestling scene in which the heavyset hairy actor rolls around on top of Cohen.
"The big O. I've never had an O. They say the earth moves. I can't wait." -- The best movie-drama actress for "The Queen" on her Oscar prospects.
"I'm glad this isn't too heavy because I just had hernia surgery Dec. 21. So, I just wanted to share that with all of you." - The best actor in a TV musical or comedy winner for "30 Rock" after grabbing his trophty.
"I think I've worked with everybody in the room. Yes, I have." -- Musical or comedy actress winner for the movie "The Devil Wears Prada."
Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
"I swear I have my papers in order. Governor, I swear." -- The Mexican director, accepting the best drama award for "Babel" from California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.
"If I have on an inch of makeup, I can do anything." -- Movie supporting-actor winner for "Dreamgirls."
"You do not know how much this does for my confidence. Because of this, it makes me feel like I'm part of a community and it makes me feel like I'm an actress." -- Supporting actress winner for the film "Dreamgirls."
"You don't know what this does for my confidence. I feel good." - Foreign language film winner for "Letters From Iwo Jima."
"I know everyone says they have a wonderful crew and certainly that can't be the case. We can't all be wonderful. Somebody somewhere is working with a crew of drunken thieves. But it's not me. They smell of newly mown grass." - Golden Globe winner for actor in a drama for TV's "House."
"Ancestors that let me stand on their shoulders every day and guide me, whispering in my ear. Thank you." -- The winner of best actor in a drama for his portrayal of Ugandan dictator Idi Amin in "The Last King of Scotland" in an emotional acceptance speech.
"I don't really see Betty as ugly. ... The title is about how we tend to call ourselves ugly if we don't reach the expectations that are set. There are millions and millions of ugly Bettys in our own lives, and we need to stop using that word, especially to ourselves." -- The actress on her character, Betty Suarez, after winning the best actress in a musical or comedy series Golden Globe for "Ugly Betty."
"This show has been such an amazing gift, an unexpected gift, which is the very, very best kind." -- Winner of best actress in a drama series for "The Closer," shown with husband Kevin Bacon and their daughter, Sosie.
"Why is it that the jobs that are the most fun are the ones that give you awards? It's like you don't deserve them." -- Best supporting actor in a series, miniseries or movie winner for "Elizabeth I."
"I'm staring at Jack Nicholson, Dustin Hoffman and Warren Beatty. This is surreal." -- The creator and executive producer of "Grey's Anatomy," winner of best TV drama series, shown backstage with actress Kate Walsh.