While last night's Golden Globes was high-key disappointing, there was an interesting trifecta of diverse award firsts. Oprah Winfrey was the first black woman to win the Cecile B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award, Sterling K. Brown became the first black actor to win Best Actor in a Television Series - Drama, and Aziz Ansari, who took home Best Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy, became the first Asian-American to do so.

During his acceptance speech, Ansari didn't necessarily make reference to the historical feat, although he did drop a sly comment about the critics who didn't see him snagging the win for his performance during season two of Master of None. "I genuinely didn’t think I would win because all the websites said I was going to lose."

While Aziz was seen hitting some of the Globes after-parties, one of the more iconic images was alongside Master of None co-star Eric Wareheim, Golden Globe in hand, posted in the In-N-Out.


After Party. #bigbudlilbud #doubledouble

A post shared by Eric Wareheim (@ericwareheim) on Jan 7, 2018 at 11:57pm PST

A number of fellow Asian-Americans in Hollywood took some time out to give Ansari his due.

Props to Aziz for his win, as well as Sterling and Oprah, but Hollywood still has some work to do.