15 September 2012 8:44 PM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

With upsets in all four guest acting categories at this weekend's Creative Arts Emmy Awards, voters have once again proven that they like to surprise when least expected. -Insertgroups:6- The biggest shocker came when nine-time loser Kathy Bates ("Two and a Half Men") won as the ghost of Charlie Harper (Charlie Sheen) as Best Comedy Guest Actress. She was a 10/1 longshot behind "Saturday Night Live" guest hosts Melissa McCarthy and Maya Rudolph. Another "SNL" guest host, Jimmy Fallon, was predicted in second place at 23/10 but did prevail in a tight race with Michael J. Fox ("Curb Your Enthusiasm") as Best Comedy Guest Actor. Neither Bates or Fallon attended the ceremony Saturday night. She had never won before, but it was the second Emmy for Fallon. Both Martha Plimpton ("The Good Wife") and Jeremy Davies ("Justified") did attend but were predicted to finish in third place. Plimpton had odds of 9/1 for. »

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