An awards show like no other went off with only a few minor blips. And fires.

With 'Schitt's Creek' winning big, pretty much everyone joining in from their homes, and all of the Irish nominees losing out, it was a very different Emmy Awards this year. Please enjoy the best moments from Emmys 2020.

Kicking everything off, host Jimmy Kimmel and his "mono-logue" included the usual pandemic quips - with Jason Bateman popping up as one of the only attendees in the audience. He also squeezed in a diss to the current US president, saying: "This isn't a MAGA rally, it's the Emmys."

After putting out a fire earlier in the show, Jennifer Anniston popped up once again with her 'Friends' co-stars Lisa Kudrow and Courtney Cox.

After bagging nine of their 15 nominations, the cast of 'Schitt's Creek' was truly overwhelmed by all of the recognition their final series received on the night. All four of the main stars received an award for their portrayal of the Rose family.

Eugene Levy said of his Lead Actor in a Comedy Series win: "I guess it’s kind of ironical that the straightest role I’ve ever played lands me an Emmy for a comedy performance. So now I seriously have to question just what I’ve been doing for the past 50 years."

We also spotted this glorious tweet, which deserves recognition.

Ramy Youssef made a hilarious home video following his loss to Eugene Levy in said category. Yes, it appears each nominee had someone wearing a hazmat suit on their door - whether they won or lost.

Winning for her role in 'Watchmen', Regina King wore a pink suit with a t-shirt of Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old black woman who was fatally shot earlier this year.

David Letterman managed to hitch a ride to the virtual Emmys for some reason...

Anthony Anderson from 'Blackish' joined Kimmel on stage for a few moments, highlighting the number of black people being nominated for Emmys this year.

Jimmy Kimmel asked some of the biggest TV stars to send in videos of what they got up to in quarantine this year. Mindy Kaling did some embroidery, while Bryan Cranston got up to some stretching in case you were wondering.

'Little Fires Everywhere' co-stars and producers Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington are going ahead and skipping the rest of 2020 altogether.

Zendaya became the youngest-ever Emmy winner at the age of 24 for her Lead Actress in a Drama Series role for 'Euphoria', providing us with one of the best moments from Emmys 2020. She managed to win over Jennifer Anniston, Olivia Colman, Laura Linney, Sandra Oh, and Jodie Comer.

And finally, the awards had a special In Memoriam segment dedicated to TV stars who had died within the past year. Chadwick Boseman, Jerry Stiller, and 'Glee' actress Naya Rivera were among the tributes.