4:25 - The actual red carpet arrivals began at least half an hour ago. Why is TNT showing us "Titanic"?
4:27 - If "The Hurt Locker" wins Best Ensemble tonight, it's the Best Picture frontrunner again. If it doesn't, the race is getting more interesting.
4:31 - With 120,000 SAG members nationwide, the films with the highest B.O. always have the highest advantage. Think Ruby Dee for "American Gangster". Will that happen tonight?
4:32 - Someone was smart and put a cover over the red carpet tonight.
4:33 - Am I the only one who doesn't recognize any of the red carpet hosts?
4:35 - Meryl Streep should be illegal. The great actress of all time is such a class act. And after all these years, she still the thinking man's sex symbol.
4:37 - Julia Louis-Dreyfus: You're red carpet interview was just bad. Not good.
4:38 - The red carpet interviews seem to be mercifully short and far less awkward tonight. Billy Bush could learn something from watching this.
4:42 - Morgan Freeman deserves a better interviewer than this. He didn't copy Nelson Mandela, he became him.
4:44 - Steve Carell was hysterical. I don't know a Michael Scott. I know I am one.
4:46 - Holly Hunter. That's all I'm saying. Except that everyone in Hollywood should be ashamed that she doesn't star in three movies a year.
4:48 - Party foul for not remembering the name of Betty White's last film "The Proposal". She did an amazing job of answering the question by talking about that film and the last movie she filmed.
4:51 - Best dressed/Best looking so far - Gabourey Sidibe looking stunning in blue.
4:53 - Kevin Bacon never got the lead roles he deserved. Another tragedy.
4:54 - I wonder if Colin Firth had Tom Ford dress him tonight. Either way, he's another class act.
4:56 - Final Predictions - The Hurt Locker, Bridges, Streep, Mo'nique, Waltz
4:58 - Haven't you heard Sandra Bullock talk about why the took the role enough lately?
4:59 - Mo'Nique was charming, funny, and great looking in white.
5:00 - AND THEY'RE DRINKING TONIGHT! LET THE DRUNKEN SPEECHES COMMENCE!!!!!!!
5:02 - So the men in Hollywood forgot to shave this morning?
5:06 - Male actor in a comedy series - Alec Baldwin, who showed up tonight.
5:12 - Female actress in a comedy series - Tiny Fey
5:26 - Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series - Glee
5:31 - Supporting Actor - Christoph Waltz
5:42 - Female actor in a Drama Series - Julianna Margulies
5:44 - Male actor in a Drama Series - Michael C. Hall
5:47 - Best Ensemble in a Drama Series - Mad Men
6:12 - Congrats to SAG who, unlike the Academy, aren't forgetting where they came from this year and broadcast their lifetime achievement award and a heartening tribute to Betty White.
6:17 - Everyone break out the tissues - the tribute to the Actors who passed away this year is next.
6:21 - Female actor in a mini-series or T.V. movie - Drew Barrymore
6:23 - Drew Barrymore hasn't worked much on public speaking since the Golden Globes last week.
6:27 - Male actor in a mini-series or T.V. movie - Kevin Bacon
6:34 - I've always said that the Academy can learn a lot from the SAG awards, and the tribute section is a prime example of that.
6:40 - Best Supporting Actress - Mo'Nique
6:45 - Mo'Nique gave the best speech of the night so far. The "Nine" women looked magnificent, and yes, Morgan Freeman should announce everything, ever.
6:51 - Best Actor - Jeff Bridges
6:56 - Best Actress - Sandra Bullock, and now we have our Oscar race: Bullock vs. Streep.
7:02 - Best Ensemble - Inglourious Basterds, the spoiler in the Best Picture race. Or is this the contender that "Avatar" and "The Hurt Locker" are now?
7:04 - That's a wrap folks. See you around the Circuit.