Emmys exclusive: Which episodes are submitted for all seven Best Comedy Series nominees?

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Gold Derby has exclusively learned the six episodes that will be submitted to the Emmys by each of the 2015 nominees for Best Comedy Series. Because there are seven contenders this year, that means 42 episodes will potentially be viewed by voters. All of them will be available on the Television Academy’s secure website this time and not sent out in random pairings on DVDs.

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Modern Family” has dominated this category for the past five consecutive years, tying the all-time record for wins with “Frasier.” Returning from last year’s competition are “Louie,” “Silicon Valley,” and “Veep.” “Parks and Recreation” is back after a four-year absence for its final season. Nominated for their debut seasons are “Transparent” and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.”


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

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

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

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

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

“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”

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

We will continue to reveal all other Emmy submissions this year for the series and acting races as they are provided to us by networks, studios, or personal reps.

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