The results are in. Thanks to the thousands of readers who voted in the 2009 Amy Awards. Like I've always said, if we were in charge of the Emmys they would be so much more fun.

As we discussed, I did not include "Skip this question" in the winning totals, although the option did prevail in four out of the 12 categories (as noted by an asterisk below). By the way the photo to your left is because Josh Holloway got the most votes out of any category. How about that James?

Here are your 2009 Amy Award winners.

1. My Bandwagon Has a Flat or Shows That We Used to Love, But Now are Ready to See Go Away

The winner with 35% of the vote: "Heroes"

Runner up with 20% of the vote: "One Tree Hill"

And the rest :

"Desperate Housewives" 18%

"Smallville" 17%

"Scrubs" 10%

2. This May Be Your Show but Everyone Watches for Me or Best Supporting Character or Sidekick

The winner with 39% of the vote: Barney on "How I Met Your Mother"

Runner up with 24% of the vote: Marc and Amanda on "Ugly Betty"

And the rest :

Casey on "Chuck" 16%

Walter on "Fringe" 14%

Sock on "Reaper" 7%

3. Could You Repeat That? I Couldn't Hear Over The Gasps in The Room or Most Shocking Moment or Plot Twist

The winner with 32% of the vote: Locke is really dead on "Lost"

Runner up with 25% of the vote: Kutner commits suicide on "House"

And the rest :

George is the John Doe victim on "Grey's Anatomy" 23%

Peter is from the alternate reality on "Fringe" 12%

Alpha is revealed on "Dollhouse" 8%

4. Please Pass The Kleenex or Most Heart Wrenching Scene

The winner with 48% of the vote: Juliet loses her grasp of Sawyer’s hand and falls on "Lost"

Runner up with 17% of the vote: J.D. imagines his future on "Scrubs"

And the rest :

Laura Roslin dies on "Battlestar Galactica" 14%

Jason is reunited with his girlfriend and son while Tim Riggins looks on on "Friday Night Lights" 12%

Smash thanks Coach Taylor before leaving for college on "Friday Night Lights" 9%

5. I Found My Remote for This? or Worst Plotline or Plot Twist

The winner with 42% of the vote: Izzie’s brain tumor/Dead Denny on "Grey’s Anatomy"

Runner up with 20% of the vote: Sylar becomes Nathan on "Heroes"

And the rest:

Booth has amnesia on "Bones" 16%

Tony is bad, then good, then bad again on "24" 11%

They were astronauts on "Life on Mars" 11%

6. My DVR has room for you or Best New Show

The winner with 29% of the vote: "True Blood"

Runner up tie with 19% of the vote each: "Castle" and "Fringe"

And the rest:

"The Mentalist" 17%

"Dollhouse" 16%

7. If This Character Were Real, I Would Totally Marry Him or Hottest Actor

The winner with 40% of the vote: Sawyer (Josh Holloway) on "Lost"

Runner up with 39% of the vote: Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) on "Supernatural"

And the rest:

Tim Riggins (Taylor Kitsch) on "Friday Night Lights" 8%

Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) on "Bones" 7%

Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion) on "Castle" 6%

8. If This Character Were Real, I Would Totally Marry Her or Hottest actress*

The winner with 34% of the vote: Sarah Walker (Yvonne Strahovski) on "Chuck"

Runner up with 19% of the vote: Echo (Eliza Dushku) on "Dollhouse"

And the rest:

Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester) on "Gossip Girl" 17%

Dani Reese (Sarah Shahi) on "Life" 16%

Kate Austen (Evangeline Lilly) on "Lost" 14%

9. Wait for Me in the Next Room, I’ll Come and Get You When I Need You or Most Annoying/Worst Character*

The winner with 41% of the vote: Annie on "90210"

Runner up with 23% of the vote: Thirteen on "House"

And the rest:

Kara on "American Idol" 21%

Tony on "NCIS" 9%

Renee Walker on "24" 6%

10. My DVR Won’t Ever Let You Go or Best New Character to a New or Returning Show

The winner with 42% of the vote: Castiel on "Supernatural"

Runner up with 27% of the vote: Dr. Owen Hunt on "Grey’s Anatomy"

And the rest:

Richard Castle on "Castle" 12%

Walter on "Fringe" 10%

Patrick Jane on "The Mentalist" 9%

11. Hearts Aflutter or Most Romantic Scene*

Tied with 26% of the vote each: Pam and Jim find out Pam is pregnant on "The Office" and Barney and Robin admit their feelings for each other (sort of) on "How I Met Your Mother"

And the rest:

Alex and Izzie’s wedding on "Grey’s Anatomy" 19%

J.D. tells Elliot he loves her more than he loves Turk on "Scrubs" 15%

Chuck travels the world to get Blair her favorite things on "Gossip Girl" 14%

12. I Left My Heart At Upfront Week or Most Beloved Canceled Show *

Winner with 37% of the vote: "Pushing Daisies"

Runner up with 25% of the vote: "Eli Stone"

And the rest:

"Reaper" 15%

"Samantha Who?" 14%

"Life on Mars" 9%

Thanks again for coming up with the categories, the nominees and the winners of the 2009 Amy Awards.

Highlights of the Week Ahead

All times listed are Eastern Standard Time for June 22-June 28

I know sometimes many of you are concerned about my maturity level since I do tend to watch shows aimed at teenagers. So you may want to skip this paragraph. For everyone else, let’s discuss "Make It or Break It," the new ABC Family drama premiering Monday at 9 p.m. On the ABC Family scale, I would say it’s much better than "The Secret Life of the American Teeanger" but not nearly as good as "Greek" (but really what could be as good as "Greek?"). I’ve always loved gymnastics (even though somersault was the beginning and end of my gymnastic prowess) and the competitive world of balance beams and back flips is the perfect setting for a teen drama. In tonight’s pilot, Emily (Chelsea Hobbs) comes to The Rock, a training gym in Boulder, Colorado and immediately disrupts the world and the rankings of the other gymnasts who have working their whole lives to compete in nationals. I loved Cassie Scerbo as the bitchy Lauren Tanner. Lauren is kind of every single teen mean girl rolled into one and Scerbo plays her perfectly. You won’t see much of Candace Cameron Bure in tonight’s pilot but you will see a ton of other familiar faces including Peri Gilpin ("Frasier"), Erik Palladino ("ER"), Rosa Blasi ("Strong Medicine"), and Brett Cullen (we just saw him on "Damages"). I found the use of stunt doubles distracting — you see a lot of feet during the big sequences — but I’m not sure what can be done about that. I think by the end of the episode, you’ll be wanting to come back for more. Three and a half out of five stars.

You can tell me. I won’t judge. Are you planning on watching Jon and Kate’s big announcement tonight on "Jon & Kate Plus 8" (Monday, TLC, 9 p.m.).

So are you still watching "Nurse Jackie?" I still like the show quite a bit but I’m having trouble accepting that Jackie would be able to keep the fact that she is married and has children from everyone at the hospital but her best friend. It just kind of seems logistically impossible that no one would find out. I’m also hoping the show explains soon why Jackie keeps this secret (besides of course her affair with the pharmacist). Tonight Jackie finds out that her direct line to painkillers could be replaced by a machine at 10:30 p.m. on Showtime.

So you know for a long time I’ve feared that "Gossip Girl" was actually based on reality. Well here comes a show that proves it’s true. "NYC Prep," premiering at 9 p.m. on Bravo, follows really rich teens in Manhattan who seemingly have nothing to do but shop, dine and text on their blackberry. The show is edited like a cross between "The Hills," with the awkward stilted conversations (pseudo reality) and "The Real World," with sanctimonious addresses to the camera. When watching I wondered how long until these kids would look back on the show and be embarrassed by their behavior. I’m thinking in five to seven years they'll be trying to buy the original footage from Bravo. It’s laughable when senior P.C. (who, by the way is decidedly not P.C.) says " They’re juniors. There’s definitely a lot they need to learn." Or when Camille, who has had a private shopper at Barney’s since she was 13, that she treats her clothing like her children. The show made me sad more than anything else.Two stars.

"The Cleaner" is back for a second season Tuesday at 10 p.m. on A&E. The premiere has great guest stars including Whoopi Goldberg, Gary Cole and Jayne Brook (who we saw this season on "Private Practice" and "Brothers & Sisters" where she played Scotty’s mom). But I find the show almost impossibly dark, depressing, and preachy. The show practically screams "we’re doing something important here people" at the viewer. Certainly drug addiction is a grave topic but William Banks (Benjamin Bratt) is almost too much to take. In addition to dealing with addicts whose lives are falling apart, William is also now separated from his wife (Amy Price-Francis, who we saw on "24" this year). Last season, William’s dreary demeanor was offset by his team. This season Kevin Michael Richardson, who I really loved as Darnell, is off the show (sans explanation I believe) and we see very little of Grace Park (Akani) and Arnie (Esteban Powell). William’s team will take a back seat for much of the season in favor of more time spent on the addicts and their family. Two episodes in and I think the show worked much better as an ensemble. Three stars.

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That’s all for today. I’m back on Wednesday with this week’s familiar faces and a review of "The Philanthropist" (try saying that title three times fast). Have a question? Seen a familiar face? Want to nominate a quote of the week or a topic for discussion? Write me at Talk to you on Wednesday.

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