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  • Trent
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    Use this thread to discuss the categories of Best Comedy Supporting Actor and Best Comedy Supporting Actress.

    Please be sure to post your predictions and KEEP THEM UPDATED in the Gold Derby predictions center, which many people in the entertainment industry keep a close eye on.

    Submissions:

    BEST COMEDY SUPPORTING ACTOR:
    Ty Burrell – Modern Family (“Lifetime Supply”)
    Jesse Tyler Ferguson – Modern Family (“Leap Day”)
    Max Greenfield – New Girl (“Bad in Bed”)
    Bill Hader – Saturday Night Live (“Host: Katy Perry”)
    Ed O’Neill – Modern Family (“Baby on Board”)
    Eric Stonestreet – Modern Family (“Treehouse”)

    BEST COMEDY SUPPORTING ACTRESS:
    Mayim Bialik – The Big Bang Theory (“The Shiny Trinket Maneuver”)
    Julie Bowen – Modern Family (“Go Bullfrogs!”)
    Kathryn Joosten – Desperate Housewives (“Give Me the Blame/Finishing the Hat”)
    Merritt Wever – Nurse Jackie (“One-Armed Jacks”)
    Kristen Wiig – Saturday Night Live (“Host: Mick Jagger”)
    Sofia Vergara – Modern Family (“Tableau Vivant”) 

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    Tony Ruiz
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    I’ve posted my analysis of supporting actor in a different thread, but I think that Ferguson will win, with Stonestreet and Greenfield as spoilers.

    O’Neill and Burrell did not submit their best tapes, but they do have strong showings in the tapes of Ferguson and Stonestreet.  Stonestreet has the best single submission of the four of them.  But Ferguson has a good submission, and gets to show a great range in everyone else’s tape.  O’Neil might have prevailed if he had submitted a stronger tape, my gut is telling me that Ferguson has the momentum.

    Greenfield also has a fantastic tape, but his character is more quirks than a fully fleshed out character.  But in terms of sheer slapstick, it could be a spoiler.

    Will/Should Win: Ferguson
    Spoilers: Stonestreet, Greenfield 

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    Alijah Purdy
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    Okay. What the hell was Ed O’Neill thinking??? He did absolutely nothing in his episode!!! He only had like 4 scenes. “The Last Walt” would have been a much better submission, and would have propelled him to a win!

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    Tony Ruiz
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    Honestly, there is a part of me that thinks that O’Neil submitted something that he thought might help Ferguson, since Ferguson gets to show a greater range in ONeil’s tape.

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    I think Ferguson theoretically has baity material in Baby on Board, but I found him unfunny when he was supposed to be funny, and unconvincing when he was supposed to be emotional. That might just be me though. 

    It would be better than Stonestreet winning again; he’s one of the most annoying performers on TV such that it’s like he’s been plucked off a CBS sitcom.

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    Tony Ruiz
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    I can’t believe I’m saying this, but Bowen’s episode is actually a much better submission for Sofia Vergara.  Holy crap!!!

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    BenitoDelicias
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    SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES

    That Emmy is sooo staying with Modern Family…Below is my ranking considering everybody’s own tape and the MF guys combined tapes…

    BILL HADER: pretty much the case of the missing Emmy nominee. People are saying he’s in it for 15 minutes, I think it might be less. He has four appearances in the episode. Three of them are perfect. Clint Eastwood (about 30 seconds long), Alan Alda (another 30 seconds maybe) and Stefon, something like 5 minutes. All three are comedy gold, but he’s not Kristen Wiig. He has zero buzz, zero need to be rewarded, zero everything. He deserves his nod, but this episode isn’t it for him.

    ED O’NEIL: I agree he had to pick this to help Ferguson, maybe he thought Gloria’s baby storyline would automatically give him something good next year. Ferguson and Stonestreet will benefit from this more than him or Burrell. He has one tiny scene that could earn him one or two votes with Lilly near the end, but there’s nothing to see here really. In Burrell’s tape O’Neil (with Benjamin Bratt) has some scenes but they’re not all that interesing and that is very much a Burrell tape. On Ferguson’s tape he hardly has anything to do. On Stonestreet’s tape he again has zero to be rewarded for.

    MAX GREENFIELD: I feel like this is a great tape for him, possibly the best or second best “single” submission of the bunch. The lines that come out of Schmidt’s mouth are the best in the entire category, it’s just such a ridiculous character that everything brings a laugh. The Schmidt effect kind of goes away once he looses that “control” but it’s still funny. If voters are tired of Modern Family, then this is the obvious way to go. I’m placing him fourth because of the combined submissions of the MF guys, but he’s definitely a threat.

    TY BURRELL: I would place him third because out of the four tapes, he has less to benefit from than the other two. His own submission is perfect, it really is all about Phil and his possible illness and Burrell plays it in a very classic Phil way. There’s a lot for him here, even more than on last year’s tape. On Stonestreet’s tape he has this treehouse business that isn’t really that funny and then on O’Neil’s tape he has to deal with the Alex moving in with Dylan situation that is more of a showcase for Bowen. So he basically has his tape and Ferguson’s tape when he’s dealing with the three women in his life going through their periods at the same time. That was nice for him.

    I will say though that he has a great single submission, so if voters want to really go with Burrell, it’s justified. The thing is that the other two have better combined tapes than he does.

    ERIC STONESTREET: this guy also has a winning submission on his own. Once again his storyline revolves around him leaving Mitchell out of it so Ferguson is no threat here and Burrell and O’Neil can’t be that much of a factor in Treehouse. On O’Neil’s submission he has another great couple of scenes because of the baby situation. On Burrell’s tape he has some more to do with Mitchel’s trophy and then on Ferguson’s tape he does kind of steal it from him in the second half when his birthday gets ruined. So he’s the one that’s really stealing tapes from everybody and has all four tapes combined with something good in them.

    JESSE TYLER FERGUSON: I would call him the winner because, again, I have a feeling they will reward all of them and it’s his shot. His tape isn’t really that great, why on earth he decided to go with this instead of the one at his boss’ house (Phil on Wire, I think) is something I don’t understand. He has a good submission but like I said before, Stonestreet steals it in the second half. He is pretty great however on Burrell’s tape with the trophy business and of course on O’Neil’s tape because of the baby adoption storyline and his intended but not really dramatic scene. He’s pretty much reacting to what Cameron is going through in Stonestreet’s tape.

    I think Ferguson really had the best season out of the guys, he’s the one I remember the most in season 3. I didn’t even have a clue that this would happen with Stonestreet, where he would be the one to benefit from all four tapes, I was under the impression that he wasn’t a factor all season long.

    If voters want to reward them all, it’s Ferguson’s shot, it’s his moment and he deserves it. But in no way is he safe and it’s one of those cases where we have to wait until they open that envelope and Bill Hader’s name doesn’t even come close to showing up.

    Tape rankings:
    1. Max Greenfield
    2. Ty Burrell
    3. Eric Stonestreet
    4. Jesse Tyler Ferguson
    5. Bill Hader
    6. Ed O’Neil

    Prediction ranking (combining the MF tapes):
    1. Jesse Tyler Ferguson
    2. Eric Stonestreet
    3. Ty Burrell
    4. Max Greenfield
    5. Ed O’Neil
    6. Bill Hader 

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    Madson Melo
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    1. Jesse Tyler Fergunson, Modern Family
    2. Ty Burrell, Modern Family
    3. Max Greenfield, New Girl
    4. Ed O’Neill, Modern Family
    5. Eric Stonestreet, Modern Family
    6. Bill Hader, Saturday Night Live

    Fergunson is the castmember of MF that is, at least, good in all the four tapes, and he didn’t win until now, so that’s why I’m predicting him, because I have a feeling that unless all the adults cast of MF has an emmy, the Emmy won’t relax lol

    Seriously:

    O’Neill does NOTHING in his tape, and don’t have nothing to do in the others’ tapes.

    Stonestreet is really good in his own tape, and quite good in ”Baby on Board”, in ”Leap Day” is just ok, but he’s outshined by Fergunson in that one.

    Burrell is good in 3 of the tapes, he has to face ”death”, in the other episode the three women of his life are in the ”cycle”, and he has to build a treehouse to himself without knowing.

    Greenfield is incredible in the begining of ”Control”, the character is settled and he has the chance of show the real Schmidt before he gets ‘crazy’, even in this way he’s good, and the final 5 minutes are priceless, certainly an emmy-winning tape, but put him against the 4 MF guys is so unfair.

    Hader has no chance, at all.

    But, who should win? Greenfield > Fergunson > Burrell, the other 3 aren’t good enough, and both O’Neill and Stonestreet should have not received this nomination.

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    Irishmovielover4ever
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    I’ll repost here:

    Like I’ve done with the guest acting categories I’ve decided to watch all comedy supporting actor tapes and here is what I thought:

    1. Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Modern Family (“Leap Day”)
    2. Ty Burrell, Modern Family (“Lifetime Supply”)
    3. Max Greenfield, New Girl (“Control”)
    4. Eric Stonstreet, Modern Family (“Treehouse”)
    5. Ed O’Neil, Modern Family (“Baby on Board”)
    6. Bill Hader, Saturday Night Live (“Host: Katy Perry”)

    Hader was a suprise nomination and was I happy because he is the best male cast member on SNL. In his submitted episode he ranks last because he is barely in the episode and disappers for gapes and his performance ends with around 10 minutes to go in the episode. His best sketch is when he plays Stefon and that character really earned him his nomination, either way he should be happy to go as a nominee because I’m not sur if he will come back.

    O’Neil earns his second nomnation and in his submitted episode his storyline is with New Lily were he must bring her to do ballet, he is good in the episode but he does better work in Stonestreet’s tape even though he gets upstaged, I know some people think he will win but out of the modern family men he is the best underserving based on submissions (he is one the best on the show on a weekly basis).

    Stonstreet is my least favourite character on the show and for the second year in a row is underserving of a nomination in my opnion so hopefully he gets dropped next year. Either way he does not rank last is because he is actually good in some of these tapes. He is best in his submission because it’s not really a good episode but he gets to be funny trying to play straight, then in the other tapes he is just as good even in O’Neil’s tape where for once he is funny but along with his onscreen husband heartbreaking.

    Greenfield my personal choice and only worthy nominee in my mind is not the winner because of the modern family men. I thought this was a perfect submission for him because we got a mix of crazy schmidt and more of messy schmidt which was a great showcase and also the episode revolved mainly around him. Everyone knows Schmdt is do funny and for some time he really is funny especially when he goes crazy about visting outside life which is horrible for him.

    Last year’s winner Burrell has always been my fav cast member but this year he kinda took a dip in quality of his comic performance. His own tape was the perfect one for him and is the funniest out of modern family guys because he thinks he is dying and a lot of jokes come from it. What helps him is his castmembers, in Fergusons tape he is really funny when dealing with time of the month for his women, in O’Neil’s it does really help him because he is barley featured and finally in Stonstreets he is ok but he is this high based on his submission alone.

    Finally my predicted winner and fav modern family cast member this year is Ferguson who has so much going for him. In his tape he plans Cma’s birthday party and he is the standout being funny but he s way better in O’Neil’s tape because he gets to be funny when dealing with the baby but at the end is where he really impressed me with how heartbreaking he was that he did not get a baby. Then in burrell’s tape he is once again a standout fighting with Cam about awards and he does get some really good moments, then in Stonestreet he is ok only getting to be mean to Cam saying he cannot passing as straight.

    Ferguson is my prediction but my wish is that GREENFIELD wins for playing the breakout SCHMIDT.

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    After watching the tapes, I would rank the in this order:
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    Eric Stonstreet, Modern Family (“Treehouse”)
    2. Ty Burrell, Modern Family (“Lifetime Supply”)
    3.
    Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Modern Family (“Leap Day”)
    4.
    Max Greenfield, New Girl (“Control”)
    5. Ed O’Neil, Modern Family (“Baby on Board”)
    6. Bill Hader, Saturday Night Live (“Host: Katy Perry”)

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    Alijah Purdy
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    Here are my rankings of Comedy Supportingn Actor:

    1.Jesse Tyler Ferguson – Modern Family (“Leap Day”)
    2.Ty Burrell – Modern Family (“Lifetime Supply”)
    3.Eric Stonestreet – Modern Family (“Tree House”)
    4.Max Greenfield – New Girl (“Control”)
    5.Ed O’Neill – Modern Family (“Baby on Board”)
    6.Bill Hader – Saturday Night Live (“Host: Katy Perry”)

    This race is really between Eric Stonestreet, Ty Burrell, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson. I’m predicting Ferguson to win it for many reasons. For one, his closest competitors, Burrell and Stonestreet, already have Emmy’s for this show, and I don’t think the Emmy’s will want to give someone from this show 2 wins in a row before the entire cast has one. Also, it is widely known that he was the MVP of Season 3 of Modern Family, and we have seen in the past with this show the Emmy’s tend to give the award to the MVP of the seasons (Stonestreet for Season 1, Burrell and Bowen for Season 2). The third reason is because, while he doesn’t have much to do in his tape, he is fantastic in O’Neills, Burrell’s, and Stonestreet’s tape. And since the Emmy’s do not cut the scenes out of the submissions where the nominee doesn’t appear, this will work in his favor.

    Jumping down to Max Greenfield. I was so excited when he was nominated for an Emmy. This is a nomination that was truly deserved. However, he submitted an episode where he is not his usual character. He was nominated for playing the quirky Schmidt. I don’t know why he would go and mess that up by submitting an episode where he is out of character. It didn’t work for Chris Colfer in the first season of Glee, and it won’t work for him.

    Ed O’Neill really messed up his submission. He has absolutely nothing to do in his tape. He should have submitted “The Last Walt”.

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    SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES

    I miss Jane Krakowski here…she could’ve won considering these submissions…

    KATHRYN JOOSTEN: do we know for sure it’s Finishing the Hat and not both episodes? Because the first part of the finale is the real good part for her. She has nothing to do in this episode. She has one scene with Bree at the top of the episode, one shot where she doesn’t speak and then Karen dies, but there’s no actual scene with her dying or last words or anything. There’s really nothing to judge here, really. If both episodes aren’t elegible then her people should change it to the first part with the trial scenes.

    MAYIM BIALIK: pretty bad tape. She has two scenes, the first one is nice as it sets up what comes next for her. Her interaction with Sheldon is nice but she’s outdone by Jim Parsons. She disappears and comes back near the end of the episode with just that famous “tiara moment” that we’ve all talked about which is even shorter and less Emmy deserving now that I saw it as a submission. She won’t win.

    MERRITT WEVER: the nomination is her reward and after being snubbed for the last two years she’s more than earned it. I would vote for her, I love Zoe a lot. She has some terrific moments in this tape but they’re just reactions and short scenes, nothing too great as a submission. Sort of like Archie Panjabi, you have to be a fan to really appreciate a submission from her. She won’t win with this.

    JULIE BOWEN: this Go Bullfrogs episode isn’t really that nice for her. It’s not as good as last year’s submission but that scene with the other moms and Gilles Marini is very good and it will remind voters of that Julie Bowen they voted for last year. I wish her other scenes were better when it comes to Emmys and submissions. Her performance in Vergara’s episode is great, her thing with Cam and not saying “no” to Lilly is excellent. So putting both tapes together could do the trick for a repeat.

    SOFIA VERGARA: Strangely this is a good tape for her. Didn’t think she could do it. The dinner scene for Alex is a great moment for the show, and Vergara is great in it. Plus her scenes worried about Jay’s neck and upset about Maxine knowing more about him than she does are well played. Her time on Go Bullfrogs is one of the better performances from Sofia Vergara this season, not as annoying, and funny. It’s nowhere near her most annoying moments on the show, so it benefits her a lot.

    However, when it comes to both Vergara and Bowen competing against each other, I’d say that Bowen wins. If they want to reward both of them during the show’s run, then yes, this could be her year.

    KRISTEN WIIG: this is who many think is the frontrunner and after watching the submissions I guess I’ll have to agree. I don’t like it mainly because the classic Wiig characters aren’t here, and that would’ve gone better for the sentimental factor. This second time around watching it I cried yet again with the goodbye, like Wiig herself, I lost it when it came to say goodbye to Hader and Sudeikis who are the two members who I’ll always remember her with. So yeah, I’ll buy into the whole sentimentality thing after being so against it.

    Also on her side, this has to be the longest screentime for anybody in the category. She has Junice as the cold open which is awesome and with Jon Hamm to help out. Secret Word is another winner for her. The Californians is sort of good, there might be too many people in it, but when it was her turn, she killed it. Other than this, it’s just the useless karaoke sketch and some dancing in the festival sketch. 

    We’ll see if the goodbye will be good enough and effective enough for the judges to give her a win. Even though Jagger is terrible here and it’s such a long tape to watch, there’s still a cool factor with Wiig leaving, Jon Hamm, Steve Martin, lots of previous cast members, all these artists performing and Jagger himself, voters might eat the episode up.

    Putting it all together, if this were an edited submission, it could be a winner. Maybe even a lock if we knew how these people respond to the SNL actors here which we might never know.

    So after being too harsh on this submission before, now that I’ve watched all of them, I can say she has the best one. Modern Family is still very strong and it could ruin things for her, but neither one of those ladies has what Wiig has here. I love her to death, I’ll miss her very much on SNL, I’ll predict her out of all these long comments and lots of wishful thinking.

    Tape ranking
    1. Kristen Wiig
    2. Julie Bowen
    3. Sofia Vergara
    4. Merritt Wever
    5. Mayim Bialik
    6. Kathryn Joosten

    Predictions ranking:
    1. Kristen Wiig
    2. Sofia Vergara
    3. Julie Bowen
    4. Kathryn Joosten
    5. Mayim Bialik
    6. Merritt Wever

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    1. Eric Stonestreet (“Treehouse”)
    2. Ty Burrell (“Lifetime Supply”)
    3. Jesse Tyler Ferguson (“Leap Day”)
    4. Max Greenfield (“Control”)
    5. Ed O’Neil (“Baby on Board”) 
    6. Bill Hader (“Host : Katy Perry”)

    Bill Hader has some funny stuff when he plays Stefan but in this episode he is barely around. He suffers from little screentime as well as the fact that when he came into this race he was always last place.

    Ed O’Neil REALLY screwed up his submisssion, REALLY SCREWED IT UP. He has a nice little scene with Lily but really doesn’t have much to do in this episode – even in his dance scene it’s just a short litle montage at the end of the episode. The episode really doesn’t revolve around him though and is really overshadowed by Ferguson and Stonestreet. If he had submitted “The Last Walt” I would have predicted him for the win but he didn’t so…

    Max Greenfield is really great in this episode which basically revolves around him. It is really great as he basically shows the opposite side to his character a trick that worked for Ty Burrell last year bringing him home a win. He’s definitely a spoiler of this year. He is really hilarious in this season.

    Jesse Tyler Ferguson probably doesn’t submit his best episode of a brilliant season for him. But still it is a great submission for him and I think with this episode and many other things he is the frontrunner for this year.

    Ty Burrell has a really great episode which isn’t exactly the comedic types of episodes we usually see from him but it works very well. He manages to have a serious theme but still make it comical. He could repeat.

    Eric Stonestreet for me has the funniest episode submitted of the whole bunch. After a partially lacklustre 2nd season he returns with a really hilarious episode where he steals the show. He could repeat.

    Will Win : Jesse Tyler Ferguson
    Should Win : Eric Stonestreet
    Could Win: Eric Stonestreet / Ty Burrell
    Dark Horse : Mac Greenfield

    I still think O’Neil might win but I think it’s probably going to be Tyler Ferguson maybe O’Neil although undeserved.
    I hope for a Stonestreet repeat – that rhymes! 

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    SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES

    I miss Jane Krakowski here…she could’ve won considering these submissions…

    KATHRYN JOOSTEN: do we know for sure it’s Finishing the Hat and not both episodes? Because the first part of the finale is the real good part for her. She has nothing to do in this episode. She has one scene with Bree at the top of the episode, one shot where she doesn’t speak and then Karen dies, but there’s no actual scene with her dying or last words or anything. There’s really nothing to judge here, really. If both episodes aren’t elegible then her people should change it to the first part with the trial scenes.

    MAYIM BIALIK: pretty bad tape. She has two scenes, the first one is nice as it sets up what comes next for her. Her interaction with Sheldon is nice but she’s outdone by Jim Parsons. She disappears and comes back near the end of the episode with just that famous “tiara moment” that we’ve all talked about which is even shorter and less Emmy deserving now that I saw it as a submission. She won’t win.

    MERRITT WEVER: the nomination is her reward and after being snubbed for the last two years she’s more than earned it. I would vote for her, I love Zoe a lot. She has some terrific moments in this tape but they’re just reactions and short scenes, nothing too great as a submission. Sort of like Archie Panjabi, you have to be a fan to really appreciate a submission from her. She won’t win with this.

    JULIE BOWEN: this Go Bullfrogs episode isn’t really that nice for her. It’s not as good as last year’s submission but that scene with the other moms and Gilles Marini is very good and it will remind voters of that Julie Bowen they voted for last year. I wish her other scenes were better when it comes to Emmys and submissions. Her performance in Vergara’s episode is great, her thing with Cam and not saying “no” to Lilly is excellent. So putting both tapes together could do the trick for a repeat.

    SOFIA VERGARA: Strangely this is a good tape for her. Didn’t think she could do it. The dinner scene for Alex is a great moment for the show, and Vergara is great in it. Plus her scenes worried about Jay’s neck and upset about Maxine knowing more about him than she does are well played. Her time on Go Bullfrogs is one of the better performances from Sofia Vergara this season, not as annoying, and funny. It’s nowhere near her most annoying moments on the show, so it benefits her a lot.

    However, when it comes to both Vergara and Bowen competing against each other, I’d say that Bowen wins. If they want to reward both of them during the show’s run, then yes, this could be her year.

    KRISTEN WIIG: this is who many think is the frontrunner and after watching the submissions I guess I’ll have to agree. I don’t like it mainly because the classic Wiig characters aren’t here, and that would’ve gone better for the sentimental factor. This second time around watching it I cried yet again with the goodbye, like Wiig herself, I lost it when it came to say goodbye to Hader and Sudeikis who are the two members who I’ll always remember her with. So yeah, I’ll buy into the whole sentimentality thing after being so against it.

    Also on her side, this has to be the longest screentime for anybody in the category. She has Junice as the cold open which is awesome and with Jon Hamm to help out. Secret Word is another winner for her. The Californians is sort of good, there might be too many people in it, but when it was her turn, she killed it. Other than this, it’s just the useless karaoke sketch and some dancing in the festival sketch. 

    We’ll see if the goodbye will be good enough and effective enough for the judges to give her a win. Even though Jagger is terrible here and it’s such a long tape to watch, there’s still a cool factor with Wiig leaving, Jon Hamm, Steve Martin, lots of previous cast members, all these artists performing and Jagger himself, voters might eat the episode up.

    Putting it all together, if this were an edited submission, it could be a winner. Maybe even a lock if we knew how these people respond to the SNL actors here which we might never know.

    So after being too harsh on this submission before, now that I’ve watched all of them, I can say she has the best one. Modern Family is still very strong and it could ruin things for her, but neither one of those ladies has what Wiig has here. I love her to death, I’ll miss her very much on SNL, I’ll predict her out of all these long comments and lots of wishful thinking.

    Tape ranking
    1. Kristen Wiig
    2. Julie Bowen
    3. Sofia Vergara
    4. Merritt Wever
    5. Mayim Bialik
    6. Kathryn Joosten

    Predictions ranking:
    1. Kristen Wiig
    2. Sofia Vergara
    3. Julie Bowen
    4. Kathryn Joosten
    5. Mayim Bialik
    6. Merritt Wever

    I think it is. It says so on BOOMER. 

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    CHANGE JOOSTEN EPISODE OR SUBMIT BOTH! 

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