How to watch Comedy Guest Actress Emmy episode submissions for Tina Fey, Tiffany Haddish, Jane Lynch …

Now that the 2018 Emmy nominations have been divulged, TV academy members have one month to watch episodes submitted by all of the nominees before final voting commences August 13-27. Since guest performers must declare their episodes on the initial nominations ballot, we already know the submissions for Best Comedy Guest Actress nominees Tina Fey (“Saturday Night Live”), Tiffany Haddish (“Saturday Night Live”), Jane Lynch (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”), Maya Rudolph (“The Good Place”), Molly Shannon (“Will & Grace”) and Wanda Sykes (“Black-ish”).

Which of these nominees has the strongest episode? You be the judge! Below, we list the Emmy ballot descriptions and provide links for where you can watch all of the Comedy Guest Actress episode submissions online.

Tina Fey (“Saturday Night Live”) as Host
Episode title: “Host: Tina Fey”
Emmy ballot description: Tina takes questions from a celebrity filled audience. Parodies include Donald Trump and his co-horts in the last diner scene from “The Sopranos;” the Royal wedding; “Morning Joe;” and “Mean Girls.” Tina, as Sarah Palin, sings with the Trump administration, “What I Did For Trump.” Two live performances by Nicki Minaj.
Where to watch: NBC

Tiffany Haddish (“Saturday Night Live”) as Host
Episode title: “Host: Tiffany Haddish”
Emmy ballot description: Tiffany Haddish gives men being accused of sexual harassment some advice and explains why she’ll never stop repeating her Alexander McQueen dress. A player is forced to play as Boo Boo Jeffries (Haddish) in a tournament. Mary J. Blige (Haddish) and more audition for “The Lion King.” Taylor Swift performs.
Where to watch: NBC

Jane Lynch (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”) as Sophie Lennon
Episode title: “Put That On Your Plate!”
Emmy ballot description: Sophie Lennon is the top female comedian in New York during the 1950s. Her on-stage persona is a tough, working-class broad with a heavy Queens accent and plenty of crude jokes. Off-stage, however, she is the complete opposite, living a moneyed life full of the finer things.
Where to watch: Amazon

Maya Rudolph (“The Good Place”) as Judge Gen
Episode title: “The Burrito”
Emmy ballot description: The Judge is a cheerfully friendly cosmic justice who decides the fate of all disputes in the afterlife. She hasn’t had a case in 30 years, so she agrees to stop binge-watching her favorite TV show and test the humans to see if they actually belong in the Good Place.
Where to watch: NBC

Molly Shannon (“Will & Grace”) as Val
Episode title: “There’s Something About Larry”
Emmy ballot description: Will and Grace’s old friend Larry believes he’s in love with Will; Val the clingy stalker is back, and she really wants Karen and Jack to be her friends.
Where to watch: NBC

Wanda Sykes (“Black-ish”) as Daphne Lido
Episode title: “Juneteenth”
Emmy ballot description: Daphne has her own sharply quipped opinions about raising awareness for Juneteenth as a holiday that chimes in with when Dre tries to rally the gang at work to come up with a catchy song to make it a holiday worth celebrating.
Where to watch: ABC

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