The 2004 SAG Awards Are a Necessary Dose of Nostalgia

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Then there was the traditional heartfelt moment at the top of the award show when actors shared an anecdote from their lives.

“When I was 11 years old, my teachers told me I wasn’t mature enough and that I would never be successful as an actor,” Evan Rachel Wood explained. “But here I am at the SAG Awards. My name is Evan Rachel Wood, and I’m still an actor.”

Others took a lighter approach.

“In 1978, I got my SAG card, and since then, I’ve been asked to give it back on six separate occasions,” Everyone Loves Raymond‘s Brad Garrett joked. “I’m Brad Garrett, and I don’t belong here.”

So, while we wait to find out who leaves a lasting impression at the 2024 SAG Awards—streaming on Netflix Feb. 24 at 8 p.m. ET—enjoy this heavy dose of nostalgia from the 2004 show…

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