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Amy Schumer on the Power of Self-Deprecation: "It's Definitely Very Important to Me"
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Kate McKinnon on Playing Hillary Clinton: "I Feel Immense Pressure"
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Lena Dunham On 'Girls' Racial Backlash: "It Was an Educational, Painful Process for Me"
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In its final year of eligibility, the campaign focuses on the drama's "End of an Era" tagline and star Jon Hamm's years of (thus far unawarded) work.
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