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Will Alec Baldwin win a third Emmy for '30 Rock'?

By Gold Derby News Desk
By Gold Derby News Desk
Mar 07 2013 16:16 pm
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Alec Baldwin has won two of his six Best Comedy Actor Emmy bids for "30 Rock" and is tipped to take home a third trophy for the final season of the laffer. He has the backing of five of our editors and two-thirds of our users for leading odds of 21 to 10.

In second place is multi-hyhenate Louis C.K. for "Louie." With the support of one editor and about 20% of users, he has odds of 4 to 1. 

Two-time Emmy champ Jim Parsons ("The Big Bang Theory") is predicted to prevail by one editor and 10% of users. That translates to odds of 11 to 2. 

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Jason Bateman never won an Emmy for the first run of "Arrested Development" but one editor and 3% of users expect him to this time around. That equals odds of 8 to 1. 

Don Cheadle is predicted to contend again for the second season of "House of Lies." However, minimal support means odds of 12 to 1. 

And last year's surprise winner, Jon Cryer ("Two and a Half Men") will have to settle for just making it into the final six, with odds of only 14 to 1. 

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