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  • AMG
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    The Good Wife has great winning form with its actors.

    Julianna Margulies (twice), Archie Panjabi, Carrie Preston and Martha Plimpton have won for each of the five seasons thus far.

    But will the winning streak continue for its sixth season? 

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    moviefan61794
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    Baranski has the best chance to win out of all three, but I’m not so sure about her odds. She’s got some tough competition.

    Although Michael J. Fox hasn’t won yet for this role…that could change this year. 

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    Tonbone
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    NOOOOOOOOOOOOO. Unless they love Michael J. Fox enough to give him the award it won’t happen. 

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    jf123
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    Baranski doesnt have the tape and Cumming has the tape but he is too comedic. So MJF is the best bet

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    24Emmy
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    I think Michael J. Fox could win. There’s no obvious pick for Guest Actor in a Drama. Most were predicting Courtney B. Vance to win for Scandal, but he was snubbed today.

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    Awardzilla
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    No. They should be grateful they got that much. Even though, of 3 acting nominations, they went to the absolute wrong people from the show in each category. Should have been Archie Panjabi, Matt Czuchary and David Hyde Pierce. All 3 of whom had tapes to win. So no. 

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    DS0816
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    Christine Baranski, who won 20 years ago for Cybill, is the only chance for this CBS series. That’s because the acting winners, for The Good Wife, have been all female. I don’t think that’s right. But, that’s how this has played out so far.

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    Atypical
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    I voted no.

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    Marcus Dixon
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    Drama Supporting Actress is a lock for Lena Headey.

    Drama Supporting Actor is a lock for Jonathan Banks.

    So that means Michael J. Fox would be the only possibility. How is he in “Red Zone”? I don’t recall that one by the title.

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    AMG
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    Drama Supporting Actress is a lock for Lena Headey.

    Drama Supporting Actor is a lock for Jonathan Banks.

    So that means Michael J. Fox would be the only possibility. How is he in “Red Zone”? I don’t recall that one by the title.

    Eh? How’s Headey a lock? Banks maybe closer because his competition is weaker. I can’t remember Red Zone or him in it. Bodes well for his winning odds :/

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    David Buchanan
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    Who is the early, submission-unseen frontrunner for Supporting Actress? I ask because I don’t watch all of the series, but none stand out to me as the one to beat.  Off the top of my head, I would wager Baranski in third or fourth place, but with the two factors of a) submission strength and b) popular vote, perhaps she’ll end up within fighting chance.

    I really, truly don’t see Cumming having any chance in Supporting Actor.

    Fox could be competitive if this really turns out to be “popular” vote. He’s well liked enough to get in year after year when there are better Guest Actors from The Good Wife to nominate, so maybe that good will can carry him to an, in my opinion, undeserved victory.  

    Formerly known in the forums as PianoMann.

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    AMG
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    Who is the early, submission-unseen frontrunner for Supporting Actress? I ask because I don’t watch all of the series, but none stand out to me as the one to beat.  Off the top of my head, I would wager Baranski in third or fourth place, but with the two factors of a) submission strength and b) popular vote, perhaps she’ll end up within fighting chance.

    I really, truly don’t see Cumming having any chance in Supporting Actor.

    Fox could be competitive if this really turns out to be “popular” vote. He’s well liked enough to get in year after year when there are better Guest Actors from The Good Wife to nominate, so maybe that good will can carry him to an, in my opinion, undeserved victory.  

    Many would say Lena Headey is the frontrunner for the final episode. I’d say it’s Uzo for Hugs Can Be Deceiving. Christina Hendricks as a rank outside bet. The others not really huge threats unless they surprise with their tapes.

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    [quote=”PianoMann”]

    Who is the early, submission-unseen frontrunner for Supporting Actress? I ask because I don’t watch all of the series, but none stand out to me as the one to beat.  Off the top of my head, I would wager Baranski in third or fourth place, but with the two factors of a) submission strength and b) popular vote, perhaps she’ll end up within fighting chance.

    I really, truly don’t see Cumming having any chance in Supporting Actor.

    Fox could be competitive if this really turns out to be “popular” vote. He’s well liked enough to get in year after year when there are better Guest Actors from The Good Wife to nominate, so maybe that good will can carry him to an, in my opinion, undeserved victory.  

    Many would say Lena Headey is the frontrunner for the final episode. I’d say it’s Uzo for Hugs Can Be Deceiving. Christina Hendricks as a rank outside bet. The others not really huge threats unless they surprise with their tapes.
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    While “Hugs Can Be Deceiving” is Uzo’s flashback episode, weren’t many suggesting “We Have Manners.  We’re Polite” as a better submission for her because of her interrogation scenes?  

    Formerly known in the forums as PianoMann.

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    AMG
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    Yeah some suggest that. For me Hugs has a huge emotional impact for me. After I watched that episode it stuck with me for days afterwards.

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    I’m sorry but walking around with a body double’s naked body warrents an Emmy? Really? hmmm

    Baranski has a great episdoe. The Deconstruction. She shows off her subtleness and real power in that mock court scene. Lots of monologues. But if she isn’t winning the only other ones I could see winning is Uzo or Christina 

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