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Ranking the Academy Award Hosts of the Last Decade From Best to Worst

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Ranking the Academy Award Hosts of the Last Decade From Best to Worst

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#10. Seth MacFarlane (2013)

Seth MacFarlane might have a reputation for juvenile humor, but he also possesses an obvious love for old-style variety. His first flurry of jokes felt about as edgy as a standard Jay Leno monologue, but with an industry bent: Ben Affleck being overlooked in the director bids, Meryl Streep’s frequent nominations, the tumultuous Chris Brown-Rihanna relationship, etc. He also called out Harvey Weinstein's predatory behaviour after reading the five actresses in the Supporting Actress category, saying: “Congratulations, you five ladies no longer have to pretend to be attracted to Harvey Weinstein.” Somewhat cleverly, the “Star Trek” shtick allowed MacFarlane to sneak in silly stuff (a song about actress nudity, “We Saw Your Boobs”; and making out with Sally Field while he was costumed as “The Flying Nun”) while acknowledging it might be too goofy for the room. He also appeared utterly relaxed, frequently ad-libbing about how lines went over, seemingly mindful of how many groans he could elicit.

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Seth MacFarlane might have a reputation for juvenile humor, but he also possesses an obvious love for old-style variety. His first flurry of jokes felt about as edgy as a standard Jay Leno monologue, but with an industry bent: Ben Affleck being overlooked in the director bids, Meryl Streep’s frequent nominations, the tumultuous Chris Brown-Rihanna relationship, etc. He also called out Harvey Weinstein's predatory behaviour after reading the five actresses in the Supporting Actress category, saying: “Congratulations, you five ladies no longer have to pretend to be attracted to Harvey Weinstein.” Somewhat cleverly, the “Star Trek” shtick allowed MacFarlane to sneak in silly stuff (a song about actress nudity, “We Saw Your Boobs”; and making out with Sally Field while he was costumed as “The Flying Nun”) while acknowledging it might be too goofy for the room. He also appeared utterly relaxed, frequently ad-libbing about how lines went over, seemingly mindful of how many groans he could elicit.

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