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  • Alijah Purdy
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    So I was snooping around online to try and find the infamous Top 10 lists for the Emmy’s for the three years that voting system was in place. I could only find the lists from 2008 (shout out and thanks to Tom, who even 6 years ago still was working hard, because I found that list and the submissions from the old Gold Derby site via Google), but I could not find the lists and submissions from 2006 and 2007.

    Does anyone have a link or know what the Top 10 lists were for that year, and the submissions of each actor/actress/show?

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    Riley
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    Anonymous
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    So sad to see so many past-deserving non-nominee on the Top 10-15 list. 

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    Madson Melo
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    can you post the top 10 for 2008?

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    Gabriel
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    It’s interesting to look back at these again. It’s crazy  to me that Elizabeth Mitchell didn’t even make the top 10 that year. Crazy.

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    Alijah Purdy
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    Here is the link to the Top 10s for 2008 plus episode submissions:

    http://goldderby.latimes.com/awards_goldderby/2008/07/emmy-top-10-new.html

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    Bill Buchanan
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    Ok, just for posterity, we should post this here in case any of the other sites goes down:

    2008 Emmy awards (60th Primetime Emmy Awards): 

    Drama Series:


    Boston Legal 

    Damages

    Dexter

    Friday Night Lights

    Grey’s Anatomy

    House

    Lost

    Mad Men

    The Tudors

    The Wire


    Comedy Series:


    Curb Your Enthusiasm

    Entourage

    Family Guy

    Flight of the Conchords

    The Office

    Pushing Daisies

    30 Rock

    Two and a Half Men

    Ugly Betty

    Weeds


    2007 Emmy Awards (59th Primetime Emmy Awards):


    DRAMA SERIES TOP 10 (10 OUT OF 10 CONFIRMED; ALL EPISODE TITLES CONFIRMED):


    Boston Legal (Angel of Death)

    Dexter (Born Free)

    Friday Night Lights (Pilot)

    Grey’s Anatomy (From a Whisper to a Scream)

    Heroes (Genesis)

    House (Half-Wit)

    Lost (Through the Looking Glass)

    Rome (De Patre Vostro)

    The Sopranos (Soprano Home Movies)

    24 (Day 6: 6am-7am)


    DRAMA LEAD ACTRESS (7 OUT OF 10 CONFIRMED):


    Patricia Arquette (Medium)

    Minnie Driver (The Riches)

    Edie Falco (The Sopranos)

    Sally Field (Brothers & Sisters)

    Mariska Hargitay (Law & Order: SVU)

    Ellen Pompeo (Grey’s Anatomy)

    Kyra Segwick (The Closer)


    DRAMA LEAD ACTOR (10 OUT OF 10 CONFIRMED):


    Kyle Chandler (Friday Night Lights)

    Patrick Dempsey (Grey’s Anatomy)

    Matthew Fox (Lost)

    James Gandolfini (The Sopranos)

    Michael C. Hall (Dexter)

    Eddie Izzard (The Riches)

    Hugh Laurie (House)

    Denis Leary (Rescue Me)

    James Spader (Boston Legal)

    Kiefer Sutherland (24)


    DRAMA SUPPORTING ACTRESS (10 OUT OF 10 CONFIRMED):


    Lorraine Bracco (The Sopranos)

    Rachel Griffiths (Brothers & Sisters) 

    Katherine Heigl (Grey’s Anatomy)

    S. Epatha Merkerson (Law & Order) 

    Sandra Oh (Grey’s Anatomy)

    CCH Pounder (The Shield)

    Aida Turturro (The Sopranos) 

    Kay Walsh (Grey’s Anatomy)

    Patricia Wettig (Brothers & Sisters)

    Chandra Wilson (Grey’s Anatomy)


    DRAMA SUPPORTING ACTOR (6 OUT OF 10 CONFIRMED):


    Michael Emerson (Lost)

    Michael Imperioli (The Sopranos)

    T.R. Knight (Grey’s Anatomy)

    Masi Oka (Heroes)

    Terry O’Quinn (Lost)

    William Shatner (Boston Legal) 


    COMEDY SERIES TOP 10 (10 OUT OF 10 CONFIRMED; ALL EPISODE TITLES CONFIRMED):


    Desperate Housewives (It Takes Two)

    Entourage (One Day in the Valley)

    Extras (Daniel Radcliffe)

    My Name Is Earl (Robbed a Stoner Blind)

    The Office (The Coup)

    Scrubs (My Musical)

    30 Rock (Hard Ball)

    Two and a Half Men (Apologies for the Frivolity)

    Ugly Betty (Pilot)

    Weeds (Cooking with Jesus)


    COMEDY LEAD ACTRESS (8 OUT OF 10 CONFIRMED):


    Marcia Cross (Desperate Housewives)

    America Ferrera (Ugly Betty)

    Tina Fey (30 Rock)

    Teri Hatcher (Desperate Housewives)

    Felicity Huffman (Desperate Housewives)

    Julia Louis-Dreyfus (New Adventures of Old Christine)

    Eva Longoria (Desperate Housewives)

    Mary-Louise Parker (Weeds)


    COMEDY LEAD ACTOR (6 OUT OF 10 CONFIRMED):


    Alec Baldwin (30 Rock)

    Steve Carell (The Office)

    Ricky Gervais (Extras)

    Jason Lee (My Name Is Earl)

    Tony Shalhoub (Monk)

    Charlie Sheen (Two and a Half Men)


    COMEDY SUPPORTING ACTRESS (10 OUT OF 10 CONFIRMED):


    Conchata Ferrell (Two and a Half Men)

    Jenna Fischer (The Office)

    Ashley Jensen (Extras)

    Kathryn Joosten (Desperate Housewives)

    Jane Krakowski (30 Rock)

    Becki Newton (Ugly Betty)

    Elizabeth Perkins (Weeds)

    Jaime Pressly (My Name Is Earl)

    Holland Taylor (Two and a Half Men)

    Vanessa Williams (Ugly Betty)


    COMEDY SUPPORTING ACTOR (6 OUT OF 10 CONFIRMED):


    Jon Cryer (Two and a Half Men)

    Kevin Dillon (Entourage)

    Neil Patrick Harris (How & Met Your Mother)

    John Krasinski (The Office)

    Jeremy Piven (Entourage)

    Rainn Wilson (The Office)


    2006 Emmy Awards (58th Primetime Emmy Awards):


    TOP 10 BEST DRAMA SERIES FINALISTS


    (Episode Entry in Parenthesis)

    “Big Love” (“Affair”)

    “Boston Legal” (“Stick It”)

    “Grey’s Anatomy (“It’s the End of the World”)

    “House” (“Autopsy”)

    “Lost” (“Man of Science, Man of Faith”)

    “Rescue Me” (“Justice”)

    “Six Feet Under”* (“Everyone’s Waiting”)

    “The Sopranos” (“Members Only”)

    “24”

    “The West Wing” (“Election Day, Part II”)

    * There’s some debate over the inclusion of “Six Feet Under” on this list.


    TOP 10 BEST COMEDY SERIES FINALISTS


    (Episode Entry in Parenthesis)

    “Arrested Development” (“Development Arrested” – Finale)

    “Curb Your Enthusiasm”

    “Desperate Housewives”

    “Entourage” (“Exodus”)

    “My Name Is Earl”

    “The Office” (“Booze Cruise”)

    “Scrubs” (“My Way Home”)

    “Two and a Half Men” (“Santa’s Village of the Damned”)

    “Will & Grace” (“The Finale”)

    “Weeds” (“You Can’t Miss the Bear”)

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    Riley
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    Ha, Tom:

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    GoMe91
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    Eh…I’m glad they got rid of the top 10…esp. considering how sketchy the announcements were. 

    But it is nice knowing that Reba and the ladies of Big Love were serious contenders at one point among other things. 

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    rp
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    Those 2006 acting lists that ctubuchanan posted were actually a hoax. They were floating around before the nominations came out and many people believed them but they were never authenticated. The fact that Christopher Meloni ended up getting nominated that year (when he wasn’t on the Drama Actor list) established that they were in fact phony. (The 2006 drama actress, comedy actor, and comedy actress lists came from the same source and are also phony.)

    Everything else posted here is accurate, including the 2006 drama series and comedy series lists. (It is also true that Six Feet Under was rumored but never confirmed as being on the list.)

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    Alijah Purdy
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    I went snooping around some more, and found from various websites the
    rest of the 2007 Top 10’s along with the episodes submitted. (Again,
    these may not be accurate, but I believe they are because it reflects
    who did and didn’t have buzz back then).

    Series/Actors underlined certifies resulted in nominations

    Comedy Series:
    Desperate Housewives (“IT TAKES TWO”)
    Entourage (“ONE DAY IN THE VALLEY”)
    Extras (“DANIEL RADCLIFFE”)
    My Name is Earl (“ROBBED A STONER BLIND”)
    The Office (“THE COUP”)
    Scrubs (“MY MUSICAL”)
    30 Rock (“HARD BALL”)
    Two and a Half Men (“APOLOGIES FOR THE FRIVOLITY”)
    Ugly Betty (“PILOT”)
    Weeds (“COOKING WITH JESUS”)

    Comedy Lead Actress:
    Tichina Arnold – Everybody Hates Chris (“EVERYBODY HATES MATH”)
    Marcia Cross – Desperate Housewives (“LISTEN TO THE RAIN ON THE ROOF”)
    America Ferrerra – Ugly Betty (“PILOT”)
    Tina Fey – 30 Rock (“UP ALL NIGHT”)
    Teri Hatcher – Desperate Housewives (“INTO THE WOODS”)
    Felicity Huffman – Desperate Housewives (“BANG”)
    Julia Louis-Dreyfus – New Adventures of Old Christine (“PLAYDATE WITH DESTINY”)
    Eva Longoria Parker – Desperate Housewives (“WEEKEND IN THE COUNTRY”)
    Mary-Louise Parker – Weeds (“MS. BOTWINS NEIGHBORHOOD”)
    Leah Remini – King of Queens (“CHINA SYNDROME, PART 1”)

    Comedy Lead Actor:
    Alec Baldwin – 30 Rock (“HIATUS”)
    Zach Braff – Scrubs (“MY MUSICAL”)
    Steve Carell – The Office (“BUSINESS SCHOOL”)
    Kevin Connelly – Entourage (“STRANGE DAYS”)
    Brad Garrett – Til Death (“DREAM WEAVER”)
    Ricky Gervais – Extras (“SIR IAN MCKELLAN”)
    Kevin James – King of Queens (“CHINA SYNDROME, PART 1”)
    Jason Lee – My Name is Earl (“THE TRIAL”)
    Tony Shalhoub – Monk (“MR. MONK AND THE ACTOR”)
    Charlie Sheen – Two and a Half Men (“WHO’S VOD KANOCKERS”)

    Comedy Supporting Actress:
    Conchatta Ferrell – Two and a Half Men (“REPEATED BLOWS TO HIS UNFORMED HEAD”)
    Jenna Fischer – The Office (“THE JOB”)
    Ashley Jensen – Extras (“CHRIS MARTIN”)
    Kathryn Joosten – Desperate Housewives (“GOD YOU’RE GOOD”)
    Jane Krakowski – 30 Rock (“HARD BALL”)
    Becki Newton – Ugly Betty (“FAKE PLASTIC SNOW”)
    Elizabeth Perkins – Weeds (“PITTSBURGH”)
    Jaime Pressly – My Name is Earl (“JUMP FOR JOY”)
    Holland Taylor – Two and a Half Men (“THE SEA IS A HARSH MISTRESS”)
    Vanessa Williams – Ugly Betty (“DON’T ASK, DON’T TELL”)

    Comedy Supporting Actor:
    Jon Cryer – Two and a Half Men (“REPEATED BLOWS TO HIS UNFORMED HEAD”)
    Danny DeVito – It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (“DENNIS AND DEE GET A NEW DAD”)
    Kevin Dillon – Entourage (“THE RESURRECTION”)
    Neil Patrick Harris – How I Met Your Mother (“WORLDS GREATEST COUPLE”)
    Justin Kirk – Weeds (“LAST TANGO IN AGRESTIC”)
    John Krasinski – The Office (“BUSINESS SCHOOL”)
    Jeremy Piven – Entourage (“MANIC MONDAY”)
    David Spade – Rules of Engagement (“KIDS”)
    Michael Urie – Ugly Betty (“DON’T ASK, DON’T TELL”)
    Rainn Wilson – The Office (“THE COUP”)

    Drama Series:
    Boston Legal (“ANGEL OF DEATH”)
    Dexter  (“BORN FREE”)
    Friday Night Lights (“PILOT”)
    Grey’s Anatomy (“FROM A WHISPER TO A SCREAM”)
    Heroes (“GENESIS”)
    House (“HALF-WIT”)
    Lost (“THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS”)
    Rome (“DE PATRE VOSTRO”)
    The Sopranos (“SOPRANO HOME VIDEOS”)
    24 (“DAY 6: 6AM – 7AM”)

    Drama Lead Actress:
    Patricia Arquette – Medium (“BE KIND, REWIND”)
    Connie Britton – Friday Night Lights (“I THINK WE SHOULD HAVE SEX”)
    Minnie Driver – The Riches (“PILOT”)
    Edie Falco – The Sopranos (“THE SECOND COMING”)
    Sally Field – Brothers & Sisters (“MISTAKES WERE MADE PART 2”)
    Calista Flockhart – Brothers & Sisters (“MISTAKES WERE MADE PART 1”)
    Mariska Hargitay – Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (“FLORIDA”)
    Evangeline Lilly – Lost (“I DO”)
    Ellen Pompeo – Grey’s Anatomy (“WISHIN’ & HOPIN'”)
    Kyra Sedgwick – The Closer (“SLIPPIN”)

    Drama Lead Actor:
    Kyle Chandler – Friday Night Lights (“EYES WIDE OPEN”)
    Patrick Dempsey – Grey’s Anatomy (“DROWNING ON DRY LAND”)
    Matthew Fox – Lost (“A TALE OF TWO CITIES”)
    James Gandolfini – The Sopranos (“THE SECOND COMING”)
    Michael C. Hall – Dexter (“BORN FREE”)
    Eddie Izzard – The Riches (“PILOT”)
    Hugh Laurie – House (“HALF-WIT”)
    Denis Leary – Rescue Me (“RETARDS”)
    James Spader – Boston Legal (“ANGEL OF DEATH”)
    Kiefer Sutherland – 24  (“DAY 6: 6AM – 7AM”)

    Drama Supporting Actress:
    Lorraine Bracco – The Sopranos (“THE SECOND COMING”)
    Rachel Griffiths – Brothers & Sisters (“AN ACT OF WILL”)
    Katherine Heigl – Grey’s Anatomy (“TIME AFTER TIME”)
    S. Epatha Merkerson – Law & Order (“FAME”)
    Sandra Oh – Grey’s Anatomy (“FROM A WHISPER TO A SCREAM”)
    CCH Pounder – The Shield (“BAPTISM BY FIRE”)
    Aida Turturro – The Sopranos (“SOPRANO HOME VIDEO”)
    Kate Walsh – Grey’s Anatomy (???)
    Patricia Wettig – Brothers & Sisters (???)
    Chandra Wilson – Grey’s Anatomy (“OH, THE GUILT”)

    Drama Supporting Actor:
    Naveen Andrews – Lost (“ENTER 77”)
    Henry Ian Cusick – Lost (“FLASHES BEFORE YOUR EYES”)
    Michael Emerson – Lost (“EVERY MAN FOR HIMSELF”)
    Walton Goggins – The Shield (“HAUNTS”)
    Michael Imperioli – The Sopranos (“WALK LIKE A MAN”)
    T.R. Knight – Grey’s Anatomy (“SIX DAYS, PART 1 & 2”)
    Masi Oka – Heroes (“FIVE YEARS GONE”)
    Terry O’Quinn – Lost (“THE MAN FROM TALLAHASSEE”)
    William Shatner – Boston Legal (“SON OF THE DEFENDER”)
    Jake Weber – Medium (“THE ONE BEHIND THE WHEEL”)

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    Marcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)
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    Some of the underlined nominee’s episodes changed. Interesting.

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    rp
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    Smartone: What is your source for your Comedy Lead Actress, Comedy Lead Actor, Comedy Supporting Actor, Drama Lead Actress, and Drama Supporting Actor lists? Or are you just filling in the incomplete lists with your best guesses? (Because if you are, I think you should have made that clearer.)

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    2007 was such a frustrating year. So many left out of the Top 10 (Elizabeth Mitchell most of all, and when 6 of her castmates made it in. Thank god that was rectified in 2010). And even those who made the top 10 (Dexter, FNL, Kyle Chandler, Michael C. Hall, Connie Britton, Walton Goggins, and C.C.H. Pounder) couldn’t make the top 5. Thank goodness all of them were either nominated before (Pounder), nominated later (Dexter, FNL, Chandler, Hall, Britton), or nominated for another deserving role (Goggins). 

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    rp
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    2007 was such a frustrating year. So many left out of the Top 10 (Elizabeth Mitchell most of all, and when 6 of her castmates made it in. Thank god that was rectified in 2010). And even those who made the top 10 (Dexter, FNL, Kyle Chandler, Michael C. Hall, Connie Britton, Walton Goggins, and C.C.H. Pounder) couldn’t make the top 5. Thank goodness all of them were either nominated before (Pounder), nominated later (Dexter, FNL, Chandler, Hall, Britton), or nominated for another deserving role (Goggins). 

    To clarify: Britton and Goggins were never confirmed as making the Top 10 of their categories in 2007. I’m pretty sure thesmartone just took the incomplete lists and filled them in with his own guesses. I do agree with the sentiments of the rest of your post.

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