Ricky Gervais didn't burn down the house while hosting the Golden Globes for the third time last night—though he did get to talk about Jodie Foster's Beaver ("I haven't seen it myself. I spoken to a lot of guys here, they haven't seen it either. That doesn't mean it's not any good")—and the show did its part to honor movies that producer Harvey Weinstein had a hand in. Madonna, always modest while winning Best Song for her ditty in W.E., referred to Weinstein as "the Punisher." All in all, business as usual, as was spotting Rupert Murdoch and wife Wendi sitting at the Fox table.

The Weinstein Company racked up metal for Best Picture (Comedy or Musical) The Artist, Best Actor (Comedy or Musical) Jean Dujardin for The Artist, Best Actress (Drama) Meryl Steep for The Iron Lady, Best Actress (Comedy for Musical) Michelle Wiliams for My Week With Marilyn. George Clooney's win for Best Actor (Drama) for The Descendants, plus The Descendants anointment as Best Picture (Drama) and Martin Scorsese's Best Director nod for Hugo broke up the Weinstein love. Supporting acting honors were given to Christopher Plummer in Beginners and Octavia Spencer in The Help.

On the TV side, Homeland was named Best Drama while Modern Family was Best Comedy; Downton Abbey won best mini-series. Claire Danes (Homeland) was Best Actress in a Drama and Kelsey Grammer was Best Actor in a Drama (Boss), Matt LeBlanc won Best Actor in a Comedy for playing himself in Episodes while Laura Dern won Best Actress in a Comedy for playing crazy in Enlightened. Stringer Bell—no, Idris Elba—won for Best Actor in a Mini-Series in Luther and Kate Winslet won for Best Actress in a Mini-Series for her marathon Mildred Pierce. Rounding out the TV acting categories were the supporting acting winners Jessica Lange for American Horror Story and Peter Dinklage for Game of Thrones. Dinklage used his time to mention how his mom in NJ thought Guy Pearce was probably going to win and draw attention to an injured dwarf.

For more amusement, here's Buzzfeed's take on the evening (top 15 memorable images), Vulture's reaction shots, Nikki Finke's jaded liveblog and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's full list of winners. Also, check out some videos from the night:

Gervais' monologue:

His introduction of Madonna:

Madonna's annoying acceptance speech:

The adorable win for The Artist, complete with dog Uggie:

Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy singing as presenters:

Octavia Spencer's charming acceptance speech:

Christopher Plummer's equally charming speech: