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  • Chris Beachum
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    #355527

    BEST DRAMA SERIES:

    “BETTER CALL SAUL”
    “Uno,” “Mijo,” “Five-0,” “Bingo,” “Pimento,” “Marco”

    “DOWNTON ABBEY”
    “Episode 5.1,” “Episode 5.2,” “Episode 5.3,” “Episode 5.5,” “Episode 5.8,” “Episode 5.9”

    “GAME OF THRONES”
    “Kill the Boy,” “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken,” “The Gift,” “Hardhome,” “The Dance of Dragons,” “Mother’s Mercy”

    “HOMELAND”
    “From A to B and Back Again,” “Redux,” “Halfway to a Donut,” “There’s
    Something Else Going On,” “13 Hours in Islamabad,” “Krieg Nicht Lieb”

    “HOUSE OF CARDS”
    “Chapter 27,” “Chapter 32,” “Chapter 33,” “Chapter 37,” “Chapter 38,” “Chapter 39”

    “MAD MEN”
    “Severance,” “The Forecast,” “Time and Life,” “Lost Horizon,” “The Milk and Honey Route,” “Person to Person”

    “ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK”
    “Thirsty Bird,” “A Whole Other Hole,” “Low Self-Esteem City,” “40 OZ.
    of Furlough,” “It Was the Change,” “We Have Manners. We’re Polite”

    BEST DRAMA ACTRESS:

    Claire Danes, “Homeland” – episode “From A to B and Back Again”

    Viola Davis, “How to Get Away With Murder” – episode “Freakin’ Whack-a-Mole”

    Taraji P. Henson, “Empire” – episode “Pilot”

    Tatiana Maslany, “Orphan Black” – episode “Certain Agony of the Battlefield”

    Elisabeth Moss, “Mad Men” – episode “Person to Person”

    Robin Wright, “House of Cards” – episode “Chapter 32”

    BEST DRAMA ACTOR:

    Kyle Chandler, “Bloodline” – episode “Episode 12”

    Jeff Daniels, “The Newsroom” – episode “What Kind of Day Has It Been?”

    Jon Hamm, “Mad Men” – episode “Person to Person”

    Bob Odenkirk, “Better Call Saul” – episode “Pimento”

    Liev Schreiber, “Ray Donovan” – episode “Walk This Way”

    Kevin Spacey, “House of Cards” – episode “Chapter 32”

    BEST DRAMA SUPPORTING ACTRESS:

    Uzo Aduba, “Orange is the New Black” – episode “Hugs Can Be Deceiving”

    Christine Baranski, “The Good Wife” – episode “Loser Edit”

    Emilia Clarke, “Game of Thrones” – episode “The Dance of Dragons”

    Joanne Froggatt, “Downton Abbey” – episode “Episode 5.08”

    Lena Headey, “Game of Thrones” – episode “Mother’s Mercy”

    Christina Hendricks, “Mad Men” – episode “Lost Horizon”

    BEST DRAMA SUPPORTING ACTOR:

    Jonathan Banks, “Better Call Saul” – episode “Five-0”

    Jim Carter, “Downton Abbey” – episode “Episode 5.09”

    Alan Cumming, “The Good Wife” – episode “Undisclosed Recipients”

    Peter Dinklage, “Game of Thrones” – episode “Hardhome”

    Michael Kelly, “House of Cards” – episode “Chapter 27”

    Ben Mendelsohn, “Bloodline” – episode “Episode 12”

    BEST DRAMA GUEST ACTRESS:

    Khandi Alexander, “Scandal” – episode “Where the Sun Don’t Shine”

    Rachel Brosnahan, “House of Cards” – episode “Chapter 39”

    Allison Janney, “Masters of Sex” – episode “Parallax”

    Margo Martindale, “The Americans” – episode “I Am Abassin Zadran”

    Diana Rigg, “Game of Thrones” – episode “The Gift”

    Cicely Tyson, “How to Get Away With Murder” – episode “Mama’s Here Now”

    BEST DRAMA GUEST ACTOR:

    F. Murray Abraham, “Homeland” – episode “Long Time Coming”

    Alan Alda, “The Blacklist” – episode “The Decemberist”

    Beau Bridges, “Masters of Sex” – episode “Parallax”

    Reg E. Cathey, “House of Cards” – episode “Chapter 34”

    Michael J. Fox, “The Good Wife” – episode “Red Zone”

    Pablo Schreiber, “Orange is the New Black” – episode “40 Oz. of Furlough”

    BEST COMEDY SERIES:

    “LOUIE”
    “Pot Luck,” “A La Carte,” “Cop Story,” “Bobby’s House,” “Untitled,” “The Road Part 1”

    “MODERN FAMILY”
    “Closet? You’ll Love It,” “Connection Lost,” “Spring Break,” “Marco Polo,” “American Skyper,” “The Day We Almost Died”

    “PARKS AND RECREATION”
    “Leslie and Ron,” “Mrs. Ludgate-Dwyer Goes to Washington,” “Johnny Karate Super Awesome Musical Explosion Show,” “Pie-Mary,” “One Last Ride” (one hour)

    “SILICON VALLEY”
    “Sand Hill Shuffle,” “Runaway Devaluation,” “Bad Money,” “Server Space,” “Binding Arbitration,” “Two Days of the Condor”

    “TRANSPARENT”
    “Pilot,” “Rollin’,” “Moppa,” “Symbolic Exemplar,” “Best New Girl,” “Looking Up”

    “UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDT”
    “Kimmy Goes Outside,” “Kimmy Goes on a Date,” “Kimmy Kisses a Boy,” “Kimmy Goes to a Party,” “Kimmy’s in a Love Triangle,” “Kimmy Goes to Court”

    “VEEP”
    “East Wing,” “Data,” “Convention,” “Mommy Meyer,” “B/ill,” “Testimony”

    BEST COMEDY ACTRESS:

    Edie Falco, “Nurse Jackie” – episode “I Say a Little Prayer”

    Lisa Kudrow, “The Comeback” – episode “Valerie Is Taken Seriously”

    Julia Louis-Dreyfus, “Veep” – episode “Election Night”

    Amy Poehler, “Parks and Recreation” – episode “One Last Ride”

    Amy Schumer, “Inside Amy Schumer” – episode “Cool With It”

    Lily Tomlin, “Grace and Frankie” – episode “The Vows”

    BEST COMEDY ACTOR:

    Anthony Anderson, “Black-ish” – episode “Sex, Lies and Vasectomies”

    Don Cheadle, “House of Lies” – episode “It’s a Box Inside a Box”

    Louis C.K., “Louie” – episode “Bobby’s House”

    Will Forte, “The Last Man on Earth” – episode “Alive in Tucson”

    Matt LeBlanc, “Episodes” – episode “Episode 405”

    William H. Macy, “Shameless” – episode “A Night to Remem – Wait, What?”

    Jeffrey Tambor, “Transparent” – episode “The Letting Go”

    BEST COMEDY SUPPORTING ACTRESS:

    Mayim Bialik, “The Big Bang Theory” – episode “The Prom Equivalency”

    Julie Bowen, “Modern Family” – episode “Valentine’s Day 4: Twisted Sister”

    Anna Chlumsky, “Veep” – episode “Convention”

    Gaby Hoffmann, “Transparent” – episode “Rollin'”

    Allison Janney, “Mom” – episode “Dropped Soap and a Big Guy on a Throne”

    Jane Krakowski, “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” – episode “Kimmy Gets a Job”

    Kate McKinnon, “Saturday Night Live” – episode “Host: Taraji P. Henson”

    Niecy Nash, “Getting On” – episode “7th Annual Christmas Card Competition”

    BEST COMEDY SUPPORTING ACTOR:

    Andre Braugher, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” – episode “The Mole”

    Tituss Burgess, “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” – episode “Kimmy Goes to School”

    Ty Burrell, “Modern Family” – episode “Crying Out Loud”

    Adam Driver, “Girls” – episode “Close-Up”

    Tony Hale, “Veep” – episode “East Wing”

    Keegan-Michael Key, “Key and Peele” – episode “Sex Detective”

    BEST COMEDY GUEST ACTRESS:

    Pamela Adlon, “Louie” – episode “Bobby’s House”

    Elizabeth Banks, “Modern Family” – episode “Fight or Flight”

    Christine Baranski, “The Big Bang Theory” – episode “The Maternal Combustion”

    Joan Cusack, “Shameless” – episode “Milk of the Gods”

    Tina Fey, “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” – episode “Kimmy Goes to Court”

    Gaby Hoffmann, “Girls” – episode “Home Birth”

    BEST COMEDY GUEST ACTOR:

    Mel Brooks, “The Comedians” – episode “Celebrity Guest”

    Louis C.K., “Saturday Night Live” – episode “Host: Louis C.K.”

    Paul Giamatti, “Inside Amy Schumer” – episode “12 Angry Men”

    Bill Hader, “Saturday Night Live” – episode “Host: Bill Hader”

    Jon Hamm, “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” – episode “Kimmy Makes Waffles”

    Bradley Whitford, “Transparent” – episode “Best New Girl”

    BEST VARIETY SERIES:

    “The Colbert Report” – episode “Stephen Meets the President 12/8/14”

    “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” – episode “David Rose 8/26/14”

    “Jimmy Kimmel Live” – episode “After the Oscars”

    “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” – episode “Government Surveillance (208)”

    “Late Show with David Letterman” – episode “Series Finale”

    “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” – episode “Post-Super Bowl”

    BEST VARIETY SKETCH SERIES:

    “Drunk History” – episode “First Ladies”

    “Inside Amy Schumer” – episode “Last xxxxable Day”

    “Key and Peele” – episode “Alien Imposters #4.1”

    “Portlandia” – episode “The Story of Tom and Candace”

    “Saturday Night Live” – episode “Host: Dwayne Johnson”

    BEST REALITY-COMPETITION SERIES:

    “The Amazing Race” – episode “Morocc’ and Roll #25.5”

    “Dancing with the Stars” – episode “2009”

    “Project Runway” – episode “The Rainway”

    “So You Think You Can Dance” – episode “August 20, 2014”

    “Top Chef” – episode “Getting Prickly in Mexico #12.13”

    “The Voice” – episode “701”

    BEST REALITY HOST:

    Tom Bergeron, “Dancing With the Stars” – episode “2007”

    Anthony Bourdain, “The Taste” – episode “New Year’s Day 304”

    Cat Deeley, “So You Think You Can Dance” – episode “Top 4 Perform 8/27/14”

    Heidi Klum/Tim Gunn, “Project Runway” – episode “Klum of Doom”

    Jane Lynch, “Hollywood Game Night” – episode “A Hollywood Scandal”

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    TomHardys
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    I’d like to know how many brain cells have to die in order for an Emmy nominee to fuck his/her submission up. I mean, you know how it works: you have to submit an episode where you think you stood out from the rest of the season, in a particular way. Networks shouldn’t be allowed to submit episodes instead of the people in contention. I mean is it really that hard to pick your best episode? It takes about from 5 to 10 minutes to either pick an episode with the help of your staff or come here and read what we have to say and suggest. I mean come on… This only makes the race much more boring and uninventive. The frontrunners are already defined this early in the race in most of the acting categories because the nominated actors pick episodes in which they have less impact or screentime.

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    Gabriel
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    Yeah, you can’t just go with an episode just because there’s a small scene or moment you thought you acted well;  you have to think in a broader sense of screen time/range/impact etc., and I wish more actors would realize this.

    Jane Krakowski, girl, if you or your team are reading this, please switch your episode to “Kimmy Goes to a Party!”

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    montana82
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    Yeah, you can’t just go with an episode just because there’s a small scene or moment you thought you acted well;  you have to think in a broader sense of screen time/range/impact etc., and I wish more actors would realize this.

    Jane Krakowski, girl, if you or your team are reading this, please switch your episode to “Kimmy Goes to a Party!”

    I am so ticked she didn’t submit that episode.  She is fine and has a crying scene in the episode she submitted.  But Party is exactly the type of broad comedic hysterical tape they go for and she’s even sympathetic.  Just absurd she didn’t go with that.  If your gonna go down to Janney at least go down trying your absolute best.

    I do hope someone involved with Kimmy Schmidt or Janes reads this and really thinks this through.

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    TomHardys
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    Ridiculous. I think Allison Janney could be in real danger if Krakowski went with the party episode. She’s absolutely hilarious (much more than Janney imo).

    “You left your wife because she turned 50, I know. I would never do that to you”. Hysterical. 

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    montana82
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    Ridiculous. I think Allison Janney could be in real danger if Krakowski went with the party episode. She’s absolutely hilarious (much more than Janney imo).

    “You left your wife because she turned 50, I know. I would never do that to you”. Hysterical. 

    Her throwing the wine in the face of the robot combined with her surprised reaction when Tituss came up behind her in the the kitchen is the type of scene that wins you the Emmy.  She’s all over the episode and is sympathetic.  The episode begins and ends with her.  LOL And the ending with the Shame Puppet?  LOL.  Man I just laugh thinking about her scenes in that episode.

    She’d probably lose anyway because OHMYGODITSALLISONJANNEY!  But still.  How do you not go with Party.  You broke my heart Jane.  Job just doesn’t compare (even though she’s still good).

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    Gone_Guy
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    Thus far, Jane Krakowski is the “Robin Wright Botched Submission Champ” of 2015. Allison Janney submitted her second best ep, and Krakowski could have taken her down with “Kimmy Goes to a Party.” Jane is on a new Netflix comedy + it’s nom’d for Comedy Series + She’s due for an Emmy after four snubs on 30 Rock. Sigh. Looks like her Tony Award isn’t getting a companion any time soon.

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    Gabriel
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    Ridiculous. I think Allison Janney could be in real danger if Krakowski went with the party episode. She’s absolutely hilarious (much more than Janney imo).

    “You left your wife because she turned 50, I know. I would never do that to you”. Hysterical. 

    That line was so funny! Janney’s episode is mostly just the physical comedy of her bad back, there aren’t actually a lot of jokes, whereas Krakowski in episode 7 has so many hysterical lines, I mean:

    “You just need to listen to your gut”
    “I don’t have a gut, you motherf—“

    “I just remembered, Ashton, you only eat fish heads. I should go tell the chef.”

    And the confrontation with the robot is the best part (“Hello, Mrs. Voorhees. You look very 43.75 years old.”….”You little bitch!”)

    Ugh, this episode was such a no-brainer!

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    [quote=”tomhardys”]

    Ridiculous. I think Allison Janney could be in real danger if Krakowski went with the party episode. She’s absolutely hilarious (much more than Janney imo).

    “You left your wife because she turned 50, I know. I would never do that to you”. Hysterical. 

    That line was so funny! Janney’s episode is mostly just the physical comedy of her bad back, there aren’t actually a lot of jokes, whereas Krakowski in episode 7 has so many hysterical lines, I mean:

    “You just need to listen to your gut”
    “I don’t have a gut, you motherf—“

    “I just remembered, Ashton, you only eat fish heads. I should go tell the chef.”

    And the confrontation with the robot is the best part (“Hello, Mrs. Voorhees. You look very 43.75 years old.”….”You little bitch!”)

    Ugh, this episode was such a no-brainer!
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    #355537

    Very surprised “Inside Amy Schumer” picked “Last Fuckable Day” over “12 Angry Men Inside Amy Schumer” in Variety Sketch Series. That should have been a very easy choice. They can still win on popularity and buzz, but a small window has opened for “SNL” if they submit correctly.

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    It actually goes:
    Julian – My first wife
    Jacqueline – Turned 50. 
    I know. And I would never do that to you.

    And the episode does not actually start with her. There’s a pre-credits scene of Kimmy and Titus at a fancy cafe to set up the ‘fake it till you make it’ theme for them.

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    DanyelI
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    I just watched Lisa Kudrow’s episode and it’s fantastic. I usually do not watch The Comeback but she blew me away. I feel like, compared to other actresses in the lead comedy category, she is on another level. It would be such a shame if she looses to JLD.

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    TomHardys
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    It actually goes:
    Julian – My first wife
    Jacqueline – Turned 50. 
    I know. And I would never do that to you.

    And the episode does not actually start with her. There’s a pre-credits scene of Kimmy and Titus at a fancy cafe to set up the ‘fake it till you make it’ theme for them.

    Thank you for the correction. That makes so much difference. 

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    Tye-Grr
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    I can see why they chose “Last Fuckable Day” as the ‘Inside Amy Schumer’ series submission, seeing as how this is the Variety Sketch Series category and the “12 Angry Men” episode is JUST the ’12 Angry Men’ parody. “Last Fuckable Day” is a very funny episode that contains several sketches, plus her “on the street” sections and “Amy Goes Deep” segment, so it makes sense to me. 

    It contains:

    -“Milk, Milk, Lemonade” Music Video 
    -“Football Town Nights” (Friday Night Lights parody/rape satire)
    -Last Fuckable Day
    -Birth Control Commercial
    -Amy Goes Deep- Transexual 

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    I can see why they chose “Last Fuckable Day” as the ‘Inside Amy Schumer’ series submission, seeing as how this is the Variety Sketch Series category and the “12 Angry Men” episode is JUST the ’12 Angry Men’ parody. “Last Fuckable Day” is a very funny episode that contains several sketches, plus her stand-up bits and “Amy Goes Deep” segment, so it makes sense to me. 

    I’m holding out hope that this means Amy Schumer knows better than screwing up her submission. 

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