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The Handmaid’s Tale and Veep were big winners at Sunday’s Emmy Awards, picking up best drama and comedy series, respectively. Here’s what else you need to know from TV’s biggest night: 

1. The stars of 9 to 5 have a sweet, politically charged reunion

Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin reunited onstage to present the award for best supporting actor in a limited series or movie to Alexander Skarsgård for HBO’s Big Little Lies. The actresses behind the 1980 workplace comedy made the most of their time together, making presumed digs at President Trump. 

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“Back in 1980, in that movie,” Fonda said, “we refused to be controlled by a ‘sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot,’ ” she said, quoting the film. 

“And in 2017,” Tomlin added, “we still refuse to be controlled by a ‘sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot.’ ” 

2. Donald Glover, Lena Waithe make history

Glover picked up two awards — best actor in a comedy series and best directing — for his FX comedy Atlanta, making him the first black man to win in the latter category. Waithe similarly made the history books as the first black woman to win best comedy writing award for her “Thanksgiving” episode of Master of None‘s second season, which depicts a gay woman coming out to her family. 

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“The things that make us different, those are our superpowers,” Waithe said, acknowledging the LGBTQIA community. “Every day when you walk out the door, put on your imaginary cape and go out there and conquer the world, because the world would not be as beautiful as it is without us in it.”

3. Alec Baldwin makes an impassioned plea for the arts

Saturday Night Live picked up four Emmys Sunday, including outstanding variety sketch series, supporting…