A few more awards

Best Show of 1903-04: “Jackie Mason’s Laughing Room Only”

Best Party: “Taboo” at Roxy

Best Recasting: Manhattan Theater Club

Best Wrestling Match: David Leveaux and Michael Riedel at Angus after “Fiddler” preem

Best Interview: Ned Beatty critiques “Cat” co-stars in New York Times

Best One-Night Stand: “Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All”

Best Uninvited: Boldface Names

Best Lipsynching: “Shakalaka Baby” number from “Bombay Dreams”

Best Challenge: “I Am My Own Wife” ad takes on “Caroline, or Change”

Best Garbo Impersonation: Alec Baldwin at “Twentieth Century” preem party

Best Omission: Outer Critics Circle overlooks “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” in 2003 and 2004.

Best Book Rewriter: Nathan Lane returns to “The Producers.”

Best Late Arrival: It’s a tie! Donna Murphy at “Wonderful Town” party; Tovah Feldshuh at “Golda’s Balcony” fete

Best Clock Watcher: Sean Combs makes it to the Royale on time

Best Broadway First: Andre Shield playing an AIDS-infected gorilla urinating on a woman before masturbation in “Prymate”

Best Pending Debut: Farrah Fawcett in “Bobbi Boland”

The Honorary Richard Eder Award: Margo Jefferson