That moment in Chris' car, you can see Barry turn, you can see him consider all his options, none of them good, and then decide what needs to be done. All in Hader's face. If I was him, that was the episode I would have submitted for an Emmy (he might have). The problem with the Emmy categories, is Barry is NOT a comedy. It's a half hour, mostly drama, with comedy thrown in. But because it's a half hour, it's in the comedy categories. I think there were only two actual true comedy performances last year in the Best Actor category.
Anthony Corrigan is hilarious and deserves a nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy, if that makes any sense.