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  • FreemanGriffin
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    #430158

    1. JUDI EVANS, Days Of Our LIves

    Superb perfs all year! Sonnny’s stabbing, breakup with Justin, romance with Lucas. Amazing!

    2. JESSICA COLLINS, The Young and the Restless

    She really stepped up her game right before she left! (: Great fiery scenes to submit!

    3. LAURALEE BELL, The Young and the Restless

    Her one story early in the year with the death of her baby was a wowzer!

    4. KELLY SULLIVAN, The Young and the Restless

    Sage had some great stories, esp. at the end of the year when her baby “died”. (lots of grief stories this year!)

    5. PEGGY McCAY, Days Of Our LIves

    Thank you, PMc, for submitting correctly! She’s always a pleasure to watch!

    6. MELISSA REEVES, Days Of Our Lives

    I esp. loved her scenes with Kassie DePaiva’s Eve. Their confrontations were fiery and amazing!

    7. LINSEY GODFREY, The Bold and the Beautiful

    Some nice emotional scenes here and there. Don’t really enjoy her stories, esp. since she’s paired with Grandpa Ridge! (;

    8. MOLLY BURNETT, Days Of Our Lives

    Some nice scenes with Jen Lilley (who is MIA).

    9. CHRISTEL KHALIL, The Young and the Restless

    Must admit, I don’t enjoy her work very much.

    10. SOFIA PERNAS, The Young and the Restless

    WTH? Why is she here? She’s o.k. but nothing special.

    Hooray! No 3 in a row for Amelia Heinle! (:

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    Jw79bull
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    #430160

    Are the pre-noms out already?
     

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    EmmyLoser
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    #430161

    Yup, just posted at noon (on the East Coast).

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    Scoopster
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    #430163

    Molly Burnett has no business getting a pre-nom…she is absolutely useless.

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    Scoopster
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    #430162

    DAYS is a huge threat this year in this category…all 3 of their pre-noms deserve to make the final 5 and all have huge episodes that could snag them wins.

    Peggy McCay is finally in the right category and has a ton of material to submit again.  Judi Evans and Melissa Reeves both easily gave career peformances in 2015.

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    gdfl
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    #430164

    I’ll keep it a bit shorter here.

    1.  Kelly Sullivan, Y&R
    She has some gut wrenching reels this year with the birth and “death” of Christian.  If she submits some loud hospital scenes plus quieter moments in the aftermath, she should win.  The moments are dark and visceral, and she executed them wonderfully.

    2.  Judi Evans, DOOL
    3.  Melissa Reeves, DOOL (she has a variety of choices so should benefit from the two-reel system to showcase that range)
    4.  Jessica Collins, Y&R
    5.  Peggy McCay, DOOL
    6.  Lauralee Bell, Y&R (she was excellent, but KSu had a similar story and more air time to work with)
    7.  Lindsay Godfrey, B&B (she’s always a darkhorse IMO)

    In a fair world, Burnett, Khalil, and Pernas should be irrelevant to the race beyond this point,

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    DS0816
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    #430165

    I congratulate General Hospital for miraculously managing to get all its female cast members to carry a lead role during the year 2015. That explains why not one of them was eligible for a possible Emmy nomination in the year’s race for supporting actress.

    And could some insider please alert these voters to the excellence of Melissa Ordway (who plays Abby on The Young and the Restless) and 1995 Emmy champ Rena Sofer (who plays Quinn on The Bold and the Beautiful)?

    I will suggest these two:

    • Lauralee Bell, for Christine getting hit by a car (again), The Young and the Restless (CBS)
    • Peggy McCay, for being 88 years old and once again kicking ass as Caroline, Days of Our Lives (NBC)
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    gdfl
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    I love both Melissa Ordway and Rena Sofer. I believe Sofer said in an interview somewhere though that she does not submit for the Emmy race.

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    EmmyLoser
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    I congratulate General Hospital for miraculously managing to get all its female cast members to carry a lead role during the year 2015. That explains why not one of them was eligible for a possible Emmy nomination in the year’s race for supporting actress.

    {#emotions_dlg.laugh}  HA!

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    cnmem10
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    #430168

    I know whats up with GH? Did Jane Eliot not submit?  crazy

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    #430169

    Three actresses can be eliminated immediately. Sofia Pernas, Christel Khalil, and Molly Burnett are good, but outdone by their competitors in this race.

    From here it gets more difficult. Lauralee Bell and Jessica Collins were great, but because they did not air for the majority of the year, I would eliminate them next.

    That leaves us with five strong contenders. Melissa Reeves is another one of those professionals who brings it everyday; she aired consistently throughout the year and had some great scenes. Peggy McCay is a scene stealer with many strong scenes, both comic and dramatic. Linsey Godfrey has potential for some very competitive reels. Judi Evans’s work was brilliant, and Kelly Sullivan performances were also very strong.

    1. Judi Evans

    2. Linsey Godfrey

    3. Kelly Sullivan

    4. Peggy McKay

    5. Melissa Reeves

    6. Jessica Collins

    7. Lauralee Bell

    8. Molly Burnett

    9. Christel Khalil

    10. Sofia Pernas 

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    EmmyLoser
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    It feels almost nonsensical for me to rank a category where I’ve seen such a small sample of so many of the prenominees’ work that I’m mostly going on gut feeling and whether or not I like the actress. I don’t think I’ve seen Sofia Pernas on-screen at all, and I was surprised to see Molly Burnett make this list, though she was good during her stint in the first half of 2015. Christel Khalil surprised me with how effective she was in what I’ve seen of her from the past year, but to be fair, my expectations were not high. I missed the meatiest parts of both Jessica Collins’s and Lauralee Bell’s storylines, but I did see good, emotional work from both. The thought of Linsey Godfrey becoming B&B’s new perennial female nominee (the torch passed from Heather Tom) is strange, but not particularly objectionable. I’ve always liked her, but it’s hard to picture her winning. I haven’t seen very much of Kelly Sullivan on Y&R either, but, again, I like her. Peggy McCay is always entertaining and managed to ground the more soaptastic elements of her story from the end of last year with heart. Judi Evans had more citations from us than anyone in 2015, and deservedly so. She gave heart and soul throughout the year, dealing with her son’s near-fatal stabbing, her crumbling marriage, and a potentially life-altering medical diagnosis. But without reels in front of me, I find myself rooting hardest for Melissa Reeves. The wonderful chemistry she shares with her on-screen family, the rage of finding her son in bed with her arch-enemy, the satisfaction of blackmailing Eve that ultimately became guilt and defensiveness. She and Kassie DePaiva played off each other so well and it led to amazing work from both. So taking everything into account, I’d nominate (alphabetically): 

    Lauralee Bell 
    Judi Evans 
    Linsey Godfrey 
    Melissa Reeves 
    Kelly Sullivan 

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