The Oscars packed plenty into their over three-hour telecast on Sunday night, but there were plenty of moments at Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre that the cameras didn’t capture. Check out what you didn’t see.

Rami Malek Fell — After the ceremony ended, best actor winner Malek tripped while leaving the stage. Paramedics tended to him after, People reports, but the stumble didn’t stop Malek from heading to the press room after the show.

Olivia Colman Greeted Lady Gaga — Colman’s endearing speech ended with her being frazzled and simply saying “Lady Gaga.” She spoke with the “A Star is Born” actress afterward and kissed both her cheeks.

Jason Momoa’s Tequila — The “Aquaman” star had a couple bottle of tequila in his jacket after visiting Kelly Ripa’s “Live With Kelly and Ryan” booth backstage early in the show.

Spike Lee’s Opening Line — Lee’s first words were heard in the auditorium, but ABC censored the “BlackKklansman” director’s opening as he accepted his award for best adapted screenplay. “Do not turn that mother [expletive] clock on!” was what he said, referencing the time limit for speeches.

There Was A “ Game Of Thrones” Reunion — Momoa and Emilia Clarke did not present together, despite playing a married couple Khal Drogo and Daenerys Targaryen on the HBO hit. However, the two were sure to say hi backstage. Momoa shared photos of the moment.

Lee Tried To Leave — When “Green Book” won the Oscar for best picture, Lee tried to leave the Dolby Theater, but ushers directed him back to his seat, Yahoo reports. He returned to speak to Jordan Peele, who also abstained from applauding the controversial film.

An Extra Standing Ovation — When Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper returned to their seats after their “Shallow” performance, the show was taking a commercial break. Still, they received a standing ovation from the audience.

James McAvoy Collected Autographs — The “Glass” star revealed that he collected signatures on his shirt after finding a red Sharpie. He tagged Gal Gadot, Michael B. Jordan, Brie Larson and more in his photo. In his Instagram Story, he said he’ll find a way to sell the top for charity soon.

Richard E. Grant Met Barbra Streisand — The “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” star went viral last month when he posted a picture in front of Streisand’s property and shared a letter he wrote to her when he was 14. Grant finally met his hero during the Oscars.

Oscar moments you missed
Viewers at home didn't see that Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga received a second standing ovation at the Oscars on Feb. 24, 2019 in Hollywood, California. Kevin Winter/Getty Images