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  1. Pedro Pascal admitted to being inebriated as he accepted an award for The Last of Us at the 2024 Sag Awards. The 48-year-old actor, who starred opposite Bella Ramsey in the acclaimed post-apocalyptic TV show, told the audience that he was “a little drunk” as he accepted the prize for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series.
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    Pedro Pascal had his share of fun at the SAG Awards, admitting that he was 'a lil drunk' in his acceptance speech and joking, 'This is wrong for a number of reasons.'
    The actor admitted he thought he could get drunk, likely because he didn’t think he would win the SAG Award after “Succession’s” Kieran Culkin won the same category at the Golden Globes and Emmy Awards earlier this year. “This is wrong for so many reasons,” Pascal told the audience. “I’m a little drunk. I thought I could get drunk.
    Pascal was "a little drunk" for his speech. Pascal thanked his family, “who is maybe watching, I’m not sure,” and began to cry — then decided this was no moment for tears, however, and sent the audience off with (what was maybe) a joke. “I’m gonna have a panic attack and I’m gonna leave,” he said, before walking offstage.
    Pedro Pascal is not one to deliver a status quo award show acceptance speech, and we couldn’t be happier about it. True to form, when he won the award for outstanding actor in a drama series for HBO’s “The Last of Us” at the SAG Awards on Saturday, he revealed to the audience that he was a bit inebriated. “This is wrong for a number of reasons.
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