Emmy_LeadThis Sunday at 8 p.m. eastern, Jimmy Fallon, Complex's April/May 2010 Shotcaller, is going to host The 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards live on NBC. While that's super cool and we're really happy for him, we already know the show will leave us disappointed. Why? Some of our favorite shows didn't even receive a single nomination! Apparently they aren't "outstanding" enough, and neither are any of the lead, supporting, and guest actors on them. Well, screw that. We're recognizing our joints anyway. Check out 10 great shows the Emmys snubbed...

Emmy_SOA

SONS OF ANARCHY (FX)
Should've been nominated for: Outstanding Drama
Complex says: Through two badass seasons, this show about a gunrunning California motorcycle gang with serious internal and external conflicts continues to rev our engine. A cross between Sopranos, Shakespeare's Hamlet, and Easy Rider, it consistently makes us wanna shoot some whiskey, pop the top off a beer, light a cigarette, and take off on a bike with a biker chick wrapped around us, free bird style. Unfortunately doing all that on our 10-speed Schwinn looks pretty soft batch.

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COMMUNITY (NBC)
Should've been nominated for: Outstanding Comedy
Complex says: We fantasize not so secretly about going back to college to blow off classes, eat cereal for dinner, and nail 20-year-old chicks. That may be why we love this banger about a suspended lawyer (The Soup's Joel McHale) who's forced to attend community college to replace his "Colombia" degree. It could also be that the ragtag and riotous gang of losers he ends up kicking it with is played by the smoking hot Alison Brie, our dude Donald Glover (a.k.a. rapper Childish Gambino), and motherfuckin' Chevy Chase, and his nemesis is a fraudulent Spanish prof played by the always villainous Ken Jeong (with his penis thankfully unexposed). We have no idea why the Emmy Awards are fronting on this collegiate classic, but they need to learn though!

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THE LEAGUE (FX)
Should've been nominated for: Outstanding Comedy
Complex says: If there's one thing that we don't need more of on TV, it's hilarious shows where side-splitting comedians like Nick Kroll, Paul Scheer, and Jonathan Lajoie tackle a subject we haven't seen before, like the phenomenon that is fantasy football. So, you know, congrats on not fumbling the ball on this one, Academy of Television Arts & Sciences!

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Emmy_Spartacus

SPARTACUS: BLOOD AND SAND (STARZ)
Should've been nominated for: Outstanding Drama
Complex says: It probably should've been called Spartacus: Blood and Sand and Full Frontal Nudity, but this action-filled drama based on the Spartacus tale is far more complex and emotional than comic book violence and sex would suggest. But we still suggest you watch this for the gore and pubic hair.

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ARCHER (FX)
Should've been nominated for: Outstanding Comedy
Complex says: You are being lied to. Laughter is the best medicine, and your government, or at least the Emmy committee, doesn't want you to know that this cartoon about a narcissistic secret agent and man-slut with mommy issues (she's his boss and she's boinking the enemy) is the cure-all for the world's problems. And animated Aisha Tyler as his partner and voluptuous ex is a remedy for erectile dysfunction.

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JUSTIFIED (FX)
Should've been nominated for: Outstanding Drama
Complex says: Author Elmore Leonard (Out of Sight, Get Shorty) is the man, so we weren't surprised that this show about a sharpshooting U.S. Marshal (Timothy Olyphant) who returns to his hometown in the backwoods of Kentucky, which one of his short stories inspired, hits the bull's-eye with witty dialogue and more than a few hot chicks with Southern accents. We haven't had this much fun watching redneck fuckery since Jerry Springer.

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COUGAR TOWN (ABC)
Should've been nominated for: Outstanding Comedy
Complex says: Like many guys, we were thrown by the pilot and the idea of watching an older woman (Courtney Cox) luring young studs into her stables every week. Luckily the show took a right turn a couple episodes in and became more like a pre-menopausal Curb Your Enthusiasm and less like an extra-randy Golden Girls. Rowr!

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JERSEY SHORE (MTV)
Should've been nominated for: Outstanding Reality Program
Complex says: Remember how Kathy Griffin hooked up with everybody on the Shore and got punched in the face by a dude? Or how Jamie Oliver kept pulling up his shirt to expose his steroidal abs? Or how the Antiques Roadshow dude practically lived in a tanning bed and spent an hour getting his gelled spikes just right? The Emmy committee sure nailed its nominees for Reality Program this year—talk about your ingenious, influential, and ubiquitous pop culture phenomena!

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SOUTHLAND (TNT)
Should've been nominated for: Outstanding Drama
Complex says: Don't "fuck the police." Fuck with this gritty show about flawed police officers just trying to do the job in L.A. We rejoiced when TNT picked this one up after NBC decided it wasn't cost effective to produce, and not just 'cause we like to be reminded that cops are fuck-ups so we can feel righteous indignation anytime they arrest us for urinating in public.

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IT'S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA (FX)
Should've been nominated for: Outstanding Comedy
Complex says: Two words: Kitten mittens. Two more words: Green Man. A bunch more words: The fifth season featuring these socially dysfunctional pub parasites may not be the best in the series, but it was certainly funnier than Nurse Jackie (which we admit is mildly aight). If you don't dig that, you can kiss where it ain't ever sunny.

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