The Social Network took home four Golden Globe Awards, for best dramatic motion picture, screenplay, director, and soundtrack. These wins signal that the movie has a strong chance of taking the top honor at the Oscars next month. TechCrunch: Writer Aaron Sorkin took a moment in his best screenplay acceptance speech to acknowledge the real Mark Zuckerberg. “I wanted to say to Mark Zuckerberg, if you’re watching tonight, Rooney Mara’s character makes a prediction at the beginning of the movie, she was wrong. You turned out to be a great entrepreneur, a visionary and an altruist,” Sorkin said on stage. B&C: It was a big night for Glee as the musical series dominated the Golden Globes Sunday night with three wins, repeating last year’s choice for best TV series comedy or musical and picking up acting nods for stars Chris Colfer and Jane Lynch. THR: After Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais disappeared from the telecast for about an hour, many took to Twitter to wonder where in the world the comedian had gone. TheWrap.com: Whether it was because they really loved the movie or they didn’t want to lose face by disagreeing with the consensus critical favorite, voters played it safe Sunday night by joining the chorus of supporters of The Social Network. They also spread the wealth around in other categories, and for the most part managed to avoid the baffling winners that often pop up at the Globes. CNET: Microsoft decided to use the glamour of the Golden Globes ceremony to remind people of its innate love for the underdog. In this case, the struggling, table-waiting, eating-out-of-a-tin actor.