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Happy Oscar Sunday, the day we all gather to watch famous people walk on a very impractical rug! The opening ritual of award shows has become a political flashpoint in 2018, and it will be very interesting to see how awkward the Seacrest Dodge looks on camera. Will Ryan be relegated to the booth? Will they cut away when he’s snubbed by Mary J. Blige? Will he have to laugh and pretend he likes it when Frances McDormand calls him out? We will soon find out!

This year, Racked tackled the problem of the red carpet from a bunch of directions: wondering what was worn to the first one (still wondering), asking a feminist scholar how effective this year’s #MeToo protests have been, and talking to each other about how to fix the whole stupid affair. If the producers of the Oscars are reading this: You still have a few hours to implement Rebecca Jennings’s pre-show party reality show idea, thanks and you’re welcome! —Meredith Haggerty, senior editor

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