In eschewing the usual “thank you to everyone I’ve ever come into contact with” speech at the Emmy’s last night, “My Name Is Earl” writer Greg Garcia decided to enumerate those for whom he did not feel any gratitude. Among them: an eighth-grade teacher and an old boss. And he saved the funniest for last:

And finally God. I am sure you are responsible in some way, but you took my hair and that’s not cool, man.

Hopefully, Garcia’s success will offer him the resources to seek a man-made solution for what God took away.

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