I'm a huge Oscar and film fan so I was happy to see that CNN ran a quick article yesterday about how Jamie Foxx's speech was most TiVo'd Oscar moment. It was a nice moment and I would strongly suggest if you liked him and his role in Ray, and want to hear the entire backstory about the speech, catch the Inside The Actors Studio episode from a month ago that featured him. He spent the entire show talking about his grandmother, who had just passed away days before they filmed it. The episode was pretty much like Jamie's speech, but stretched out over an entire hour.
I would also venture to guess that there weren't any other interesting points worth replaying due to FCC pressure on "decency" of late. Everyone seemed to be on edge; making sure not to offend anyone with what they said or wore. Women's gowns went from the high neck all the way to the floor, and jokes were light-hearted and forgettable. Robin Williams couldn't even sing a jokey little tune.
This is what happens when you let the FCC tell us what we can and can't say on television: you get boring 3 hour award shows with no highlight moments, all so we don't offend a dozen prudes somewhere in the country.