The show is far from over, but Michael Moore's acceptance speech for Bowling for Columbine will be replayed from now to eternity. Here is a play-by-play, updated with Michael Moore's acceptance speech:

- Presenter Diane Lane excitedly announces Moore has won.
- Audience gives him a standing ovation, obviously hungry for him to give a crazy speech.
- Moore brings the other documentary feature nominees onstage with him. He says they are onstage with him in solidarity and ""We live in a time where we have a man sending us to war for fictitious reasons. Whether it is the fiction of duct tape or the fiction of orange alerts, we are against this war, Mr. Bush. Shame on you, Mr. Bush!"
- Audience turns schizophrenic and divided as it wildly cheers and boos. This reminds me of when I went to a panel at the New York Film Festival in 2001, a few weeks after September 11, and some people were less jingoistic and therefore booed. Christopher Hitchens, one the the many panelists (Oliver Stone and bell hooks among others), berated the booers. Michael Moore was also in the audience, interestingly enough.
- Steve Martin later jokes that the Teamsters are helping Moore into his limo's trunk. Lots of laughters. Ah, Steve Martin, that old hand at defusing tension.

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Complete Gothamist Oscar coverage later.