On Sunday night, Netflix's megahit Orange Is the New Black ended Modern Family's four-year winning streak and took home the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series.
And the cast, understandably, was quite ecstatic to finally be recognized (and to meet fellow nominee Meryl Streep, of course).
Seriously, look how happy and adorable Barbara Rosenblat (Miss Rosa) is!
Lea DeLaria (Big Boo), too!
Uzo Aduba (Suzanne aka Crazy Eyes), Lorraine Toussaint (Vee), and Natasha Lyonne (Nicky) were all smiles.
As was Toussaint with her on-screen surrogate daughter Danielle Brooks (Taystee).
And Lyonne couldn't have been prouder of her co-star Aduba, who also won the SAG for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series.
Emma Myles (Leanne) was so thrilled, she couldn't hold her SAG statuette high enough!
And then she was blessed with a second (arguably more important) honor of the night: a kiss from Streep!
Adrienne Moore (Black Cindy) was SAG double-fisting.
Lauren Lapkus (Officer Fischer) immediately did what anyone would, and should, do after winning a SAG: She took a bathroom selfie.
Tayrn Manning (Tiffany aka Pennsatucky) gave a shout-out to the most important person in her life.
(And she answered the question everyone was thinking in their heads watching the ceremony.)
Jessica Pimentel (Maria) partied with her Actor ALL NIGHT LONG.
And Joel Garland (Officer O'Neill) looked like he went hard too.
Dascha Polanco (Daya) taped an adorable acceptance speech in the car ride home. #WeDidIt
Selenis Leyva (Gloria) ended the night with some celebratory room service.
But Kimiko Glenn (Soso) really wrapped up the night right.
And, even come bedtime, Myles wouldn't part with her statue.
Though some of the cast couldn't be there, they still showed their enthusiasm over the win, like Laura Prepon (Alex), who posted a news alert reporting the cast's win.
Yael Stone (Morello) grabbed a picture of her castmates from her television.
And Taylor Schilling (Piper) tweeted about the great news.
As did her on-screen ex Jason Biggs (Larry).
But win or lose, Laura Gómez (Blanca) won the night before it even began by pointing out this amazing comparison:
Congrats, OITNB cast! Hope you danced the night away!
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