Whiplash wins Best Editing. No points for me or Paul, but the Random Number Generator does get its second point of the night.
Some guy has come out to talk about the remaining Best Picture nominations. The sound is going funny, I assume it's on their end and not mine.
Jennifer Aniston and David Oyelowo in his fine red suit are here to present Best Documentary. It's a win for CitizenFour, which means a point for me. I'm slowly clawing my way back!
I'm also slowly falling asleep. Still an hour to go and my eyes are getting heavier and heavier. But, no! I can do this! I can stay awake! I have the upcoming week off work so I can sleep as long as I want tomorrow.
"Benedict Cumberbatch. It's not only the most awesome name in showbusiness, it's also the sound you get when you ask John Travolta to pronounce Ben Affleck."
Lol, I love that they're making a joke out of this a year later.
Best Original Song goes to Glory. I thought it might, although I put Everything is Awesome as my prediction.
Scarlett Johansson is talking about The Sound of Music. I don't know why, but I'm not complaining.
What... Lady Gaga is singing The Sound of Music. Why, exactly? Although I must say she's pretty good. I'm surprised.
Hey, Julie Andrews! Yay! How do you still look so fabulous? I suspect witchcraft.
From the way she's talking, I'm guessing we're going into Best Original Score now.
We are, and the winner is The Grand Budapest Hotel. Nil points all round.
Ooh, we're getting into the big hitters now.
Best Original Screenplay - Birdman. Zero for us both.
Oprah is here to talk about writers.
Best Adapted Screenplay - The Imitation Game. Which means that I am back in the lead! Woo!
Directing goes to Alejandro G Inarritu. Points to us both.
Here we are, in the home stretch. I can do this.
Best Actor - Eddie Redmayne. My lead increases.
Also, Eddie, you are so cute.
Best Actress - Julianne Moore. I can practically taste my victory cocktail!
And now we get to see what's going on with the briefcase. NPH seems to be a lot more confident now, clearly he's back in his element.
Oscar predictions. Very good.
And here we are... the main award of the night. Worth ten points in our prediction game.
Best Picture - Birdman.
VICTORY IS MINE
And now I really must sleep.