Nope. Not even in Emmy history.
For the record, Merritt Wever's speech, uttered in reaction to her win for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for "Nurse Jackie," was one of the shortest on record, at merely nine words, not including an "um."
"Thank you so very much," she said. "Um, I gotta go, bye."
But not ol' Phil.
"This is the shortest speech," he said at the podium.
Then he took off.
If you’re curious about other awards, Joe Pesci offered a roughly two-second Oscar speech for "Goodfellas" back in 1991: "It's my privilege. Thank you."
And in 2004, Andre 3000 uttered a mere "thank you" after winning a Grammy for Best Rap Album. The New York Times declared Mr. 3000’s delivery to be "terse" and "smart alecky."