The second annual Comedy Awards were handed out on Saturday night, and comedian Louis C.K. went home the big winner with four prizes to his name, including Comedy Special of the Year and Stand-Up Tour.

Held at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, the show also showered Bridesmaids with four awards, including Comedy Film and Comedy Screenplay. When Kristen Wiig and screenwriter Annie Mumolo accepted the award, the ladies staged a friendly fight over the microphone trophy, complete with some floor action, E! News reports.

Jon Stewart and Robert DeNiro presented the Johnny Carson Award to the legendary Don Rickles, who told everyone, I see many people in the audience tonight, and I realize: I'm the biggest name here!

According to USA Today, Saturday Night Live alums Chevy Chase, Norm Macdonald and Colin Quinn joined forces for a video tribute to Weekend Update, while Robin Williams was honored with the Icon Award.

Other winners included Amy Poehler for Best TV Actress (Parks and Recreation), Ty Burrell for Best TV Actor (Modern Family) and The Daily Show for Best Late-Night Series.

The Comedy Awards will air on Comedy Central on May 6 at 9 p.m. EST.

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Complete list of winners (courtesy of E!)

Stand-Up Icon Award
Robin Williams

Johnny Carson Award
Don Rickles

Comedy Film

Animated Comedy Film

Performance by an Actor-Film
Jean Dujardin, The Artist

Performance by an Actress-Film
Melissa McCarthy, Bridesmaids

Comedy Director-Film
Paul Feig, Bridesmaids

Comedy Screenplay

Comedy Series
Parks and Recreation

Sketch/Alternative Comedy Series

Animated Comedy Series

Performance by an Actor-TV
Ty Burrell, Modern Family

Performance by an Actress-TV
Amy Poehler, Parks and Recreation

Late Night Comedy Series
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart

Comedy Writing-TV
30 Rock

Comedy Directing-TV

Comedy Special of the Year
Louis C.K.: Live at the Beacon Theater

Stand-Up Tour
Louis C.K.

Club Comic
Hannibal Buress

Breakout Performer of the Year
Donald Glover

Best Viral Original
Songify This-Winning-A Song by Charlie Sheen