When actor T.J. Miller won a Critic's Choice Award on Sunday night for his work on "Silicon Valley," he let everyone know how he really feels about awards.

After his name was called, Miller stuffed a bunch of food in his mouth with his fingers before running on stage while still chewing and wiping his messy hands all over the mic stand. His acceptance speech included the sentence, "I would say that awards are for children because children need a tangible representation of their achievement, whereas adults should settle for the respect and admiration of their peers." He also thanked his parents for making him funny enough to "earn a crystal thing."

That's pretty much the opposite of saying "I'd like to thank the Academy."

Sources: A&E