Congrats to IFTA winners Michael Fassbender and to Lance Daly, both of whom deserved an award from somebody, at least, for two remarkable cinematic achievements. Also to bloggers Graham Linehan and Annie Rhiannon (a.k.a. L’il Pinch) for an award (in the case of the former) and being an integral aspect of the show that swept the awards (in the case of the latter, whose contributions to success of The Tudors went sorely overlooked when it came to the speeches – don’t worry missy, Ms Winsalot even forgot the Queen of Hollywood Angelina Jolie during her speech. Happens to the best of ‘em, and all). So how do we all feel now that another award ceremony is over and done with. Does it make any difference? Do we agree with the distribution of accolades? Do we care?