This year's Golden Globes, were dominated by Lord of the Rings, with director Peter Jackson revealing what seven years on set had done to him. BBC News Online rounds up who said what at this ceremony.
Danny DeVito and Sharon Stone were at the awards
"I'm not from these parts. I'm from a little place called England. We used to run the world before you."
Double-winner Ricky Gervais
"I never realised that seven years on this movie would end up turning me into a Hobbit."
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King director Peter Jackson
"Just keep a good posture and suck it all in when you're taking photographs."
Lost in Translation star Scarlett Johansson
"Whenever there's a horse in the movie, that's a big
turn-on for me."
Jeff Bridges, star of Seabiscuit
"It may be the best film of its kind ever made, besides Popeye."
Comedian Robin Williams on Russell Crowe's Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
"I think it's too often we forget our brothers on the other side of the aisle - the dramatic actors. And I'd just like to say without them, where would our war, our misery and our psychological dramas come from? Let's not forget them tonight."
"A romantic comedy starring Jack and Diane, two people whose combined age is 125."
Diane Keaton on Something's Gotta Give
"I've know Michael Douglas longer than some men's wives have been alive."
"I would like to dedicate this prize to the people who lost their trust in too much promises, to the people who lost the meaning of luck, to the people who gave me a wonderful film, Osama."
Afghan director Siddiq Barmak, winner of the best foreign film