Does it speak to my interest in this year's telecast that I didn't bother watching any of the red carpet show?
Even just to laugh at it?
Wait, Jennifer Lawrence fell...again?
Wasn't it a relief not to open the show with a tiresome musical number?
After getting too many of them in recent years, wasn't the absence of musical numbers entirely a relief?
How long before people start complaining they want Seth MacFarlane back?
Is anyone ever going to cut the Oscar host a break?
Isn't it really a thankless job?
How about that Liza Minnelli joke?
Wasn't Jennifer Lawrence a great sport?
Aren't her facial reactions great?
Wasn't the Jonah Hill joke funny?
Didn't Ellen do a good job of keeping the monologue short and sweet?
Don't you wish the rest of the show moved as rapidly?
All things considered, didn't she open this pretty well?
Would you have guessed his win would be the first of many, many appearances Jared Leto would make throughout the night?
How about Pharrell's hat?
Was it really wise of me to assume the Academy would give makeup to a film titled, "Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa?"
Could Harrison Ford come off any grumpier and bored if he tried?
Wouldn't JGL and Emma Watson make a good on-screen couple?
Wait... Kim Novak?!
Does it look like maybe she's had a little work done?
When she came out with McConaughey did you think she was the Yellow King?
Does Gravity insure that everyone will at least correctly predict every technical category?
Why does it look weird seeing U2 performing at the Oscars?
But isn't it nice having actual performances of the nominated songs again?
Does anyone miss dopey musical numbers that would have taken its place?
Did you notice Jared Leto inviting himself into the selfie?
Did you catch Liza Minnelli trying and failing to squeeze in?
Was it just not her night?
Don't we love her anyway since she's Lucille Austero?
Given her recurring vertigo, would she have been a better choice to present with Kim Novak?
Does someone saying they're going to make something the most "retweeted ever" just make you not want to reweet it?
Am I contributing to that epidemic by reposting it above?
Was there really any doubt which photo I'd use?
Does Kevin Spacey win the Oscar for Best photobomb?
Shouldn't he host the show next year...as Frank Underwood?
Michael B. Jordan and Kristen B. Ell?
Can you believe Christoph Waltz is already a two-time Supporting Actor winner?
For the same role?
Was Lupita Nyong'o's acceptance speech on of the few memorably emotional ones in recent years?
Was seeing all these stars deciding on pizza funnier than it had any right being?
Didn't Ellen really commit to that entire bit in an admirable way?
Do we now know the only thing that makes Harrison Ford smile?
Did the whole pizza bit work because it actually looked like everyone was having fun at this event for a change?
Did you see how into it Martin Scorsese was?
Were you as hungry for pizza as I was?
Was Bill Murray's shout-out to Harold Ramis the most moving moment of the night or what?
Isn't is amazing that even here Murray can still shock and delight us?
How do we live in a world where neither of those guys have won an Oscar?
Does anything say The Wizard The Oz more than a performance from Pink?
What's with this whole "heroes" theme?
Should the In Memoriam segment be renamed the "What obscure person was left out so everyone can complain on Twitter" award?
Wasn't it heartbreaking seeing Roger Ebert, James Gandolfini, Harold Ramis and Philip Seymour Hoffman in the montage?
Wasn't Sarah Jones' passing handled strangely, with a message telling us to just go to the web site?
Shouldn't they get credit for at least doing something on such short notice?
When Bette Midler came out did the heroes theme only then start to make a bit more sense?
Did I ever tell you you're my hero?
That you're everything I wish I could be?
Is everyone who went out on a limb to pick Her for Original Screenplay feeling pretty good?
Doesn't Cuaron come off as a great guy?
Did anyone really think Cate Blanchett wouldn't thank Woody Allen?
Do people who think she shouldn't need to get some perspective that we're honoring the work?
Is McConaughey the only Best Actor winner with his own legitimate catchphrase?
Isn't that kind of cool?
Is Will Smith the only Razzie winner to have presented Best Picture the following day?
Didn't the pacing of the show kind of hit a snag in the last hour and a half?
What does it say when keeping it under four hours is an accomplishment?
12 Years an Oscar telecast?
Am I in shock I missed only two categories the entire night?
Am I glad I adjusted my predictions before the show?
Can you believe how many wins Gravity had without taking Best Picture?
Did American Hustle really just get completely shut out?
Despite being hit or miss at times, is Ellen the first host in a while to actually earn a return invite?
Doesn't it seem like we have the same complaints and discussions about the Oscars every year?
Given this year's crop of films, is the 7 percent rise in viewership proof this show was as entertaining as it could have possibly been?