Carl Reiner appears at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood section of Los Angeles, Sept. 8, 2014.
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Ask 12-time Emmy Award winner Carl Reiner how it feels to be nominated again, and he fires back a wisecrack.He mock-complains that a baker's dozen Emmy trophies couldn't be evenly divided among his four children as part of their inheritance.The patriarch may be forgiven for not dwelling on his prime-time Emmys – a varied lot of honors for writing, directing, acting and performing that stretch from a 1957 acting award for Sid Caesar's variety show "Caesar's Hour" to 1995, when he won for a guest star turn in "Mad About You". The oldest-ever Emmy nominee is willing to look in the rearview mirror, but only to fuel new work.The Emmy Awards will air Sept. 17 on NBC.
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