"Argo, "Life of Pi" and Jennifer Lawrence: The Oscars have come to a close, the after-parties dying down and the realization of victory (and defeat) settling in. What did we learn?

"Argo" could win Best Picture without a Best Director nomination (the first to do so since “Driving Miss Daisy).

Jennifer Lawrence can do wrong. Stumbling up the stairs to receive her Best Actress award, Lawrence shrugged off help and brought herself back together.

"Life of Pi" is your new Oscar champ - at least if total awards count. Bouyed by a bevy of techincal awards and director Ang Lee’s victory, the film won four awards, topping “Argo” and “Les Misérables,” at three apiece.

A song titled “We Saw Your Boobs” is a juvenile cheap shot - particularly on the grand stage of the Oscars.

At the end of the day, how would you rate the Oscars - a thumbs up or a thumbs down?

Photos: Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP

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  11. 2minichinz said: I loved the music from “Chicago” and “Les Mis”, but the host left me cold. I loved Shirley Bassey. I felt the First Lady’s presentation had a hint of foregone conclusion about it. I think Jennifer Lawrence is great.
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