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Phillies Sweep Padres, Woman Sexually Assaulted, and 2010 Emmy Winners


The Omelette Monday August 30, 2010 Edition

Phillies Pull Off Sweep of Padres

Three days after suffering a four-game sweep at the hands of the woeful Houston Astros, the Phillies bounced back with a three-game sweep out in San Diego. Cole Hamels was money Sunday - pitching 8 shut out innings. Perhaps, they just needed to get the heck out of Philly for a few days. We've seen that before with the Fightins. They go through stretches at home where they are dreadful and go onto the road and look like a polar opposite team. They continue their western road swing tomorrow against the Dodgers.

Woman Sexually Assaulted in Center City

A woman was sexually assaulted in Center City at a Septa Station. Authorities are on the hunt for a hispanic man, who is 5'7" and 140 pounds.

2010 Emmy's on Sunday Night

The Emmy's were on NBC Sunday night and Jimmy Fallon was a big hit. This will be the quickest Emmy run-down you'll ever see, but here is the brief scoop on the major awards. Jane Lynch won for best supporting actress in a comedy. Michael C. Hall didn't win this year for Dexter. Glee and Modern Family took the lion's share of the awards. Edie Falco won for best actress in a drama. Al Pacino won best actor for his portrayal of Dr. Jack Kevorkian in the HBO movie "You Don't Know Jack." Kyra Sedgwick won best actress in a drama series for The Closer. Bryan Cranston won for best actor in a drama series for Breaking Bad. Steve Carrell didn't win best actor in a comedy series; that award went to Jim Parsons for The Big Bang Theory. Modern Familly won for best comedy series beating out The Office and 30 Rock. John LIthgow won the best guest actor Emmy for his role of Arthur in Dexter, one of the most chilling characters you'll ever see. Finally, Mad Men won for best drama series. Don't forget to check out Philly2Philly every week for the Mad Men recap by Brian Lynch and Diane Cooney.