The Emmys felt an inexplicably strange need to celebrate with music this year -- even as it tried to cut off almost every award winner mid-acceptance speech. We love us some Carrie Underwood, but her bland cover of the Beatles' "Yesterday" that she sang during a segment of the show meant to pay tribute to how television changed the '60s, just felt out of place. Don Cheadle was more engaging as he introduced the segment, pointing out how "TV changed everything" about our culture when John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963 and the Beatles appeared on "The Ed Sullivan Show" in 1964. "That was the moment when the television generation came of age," Don explained. "It happened during an era where, for the first time, more people got their news from TV than newspapers."