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    Best drama series: Bold and the Beautiful 10/14/19
    Best writing: Bold and the Beautiful
    10/14/19

    The Logans discover that Flo is Katie’s anonymous kidney donor

    Very emotional episode. Well written and well acted all the way around

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    ^^^ Wholeheartedly agree… one of the most poignant episodes of the entire year that I know will stay with me for a long time to come. Standout performances once again by Heather Tom and Katrina Bowden. Goldstar script by Rex M. Best and direction by Anthony Pascarelli.

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    I meant to cite Marla Adams (Dina, Y&R) for her recent performances in either Supporting Actress or Guest Performer, depending on her eligibility for the latter. I particularly loved the episode where she rhapsodized over her love for Stuart Brooks! (: That was a great nod to early Y&R history as Stuart was a major character for the first 7 years or so of the show! I don’t remember the exact date of the episode. She is always superb and my only wish is that Ashley were on the show and involved in her storyline.

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    October 23 & 24, 2019

    Best Actress or Best Supporting Actress: Rebecca Herbst (Liz, General Hospital)

    Liz is on the stand explaining why she needs to take control for her husband Franco and to “let Franco be Franco”. Rebecca Herbst has done phenomenal work this past year with the story in which Franco “confessed” to the murders to trap the real killer, and now with this ridiculous memory switch storyline. I hope she gets an Emmy nomination; most likely she would submit in the supporting category but for me she has had lead material in 2019.

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    I honestly hope none of this memory transfer garbage gets to the Emmys no matter how much the actors are elevating it. It’s just excruciating batshit.

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    Here are my current wish list for Emmy pre-nominations early next year. I have placed performers in the categories I believe they belong in; I may have a few over 25 year olds in the younger acting categories as I don’t always know everyone’s current ages.

    Best Actress:

    Camila Banus, Days Of Our Lives
    Tamara Braun, General Hospital
    Sharon Case, The Young and the Restless
    Genie Francis, General Hospital
    Stacey Haiduk, Days Of Our Lives
    Rebecca Herbst, General Hospital
    Katherine Kelly Lang, The Bold and the Beautiful
    Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, The Bold and the Beautiful
    Maura West, General Hospital
    Arianne Zucker, Days Of Our Lives

    (my five finalists: Braun, Francis, Herbst, West and Zucker)

    Best Actor:

    Matthew Atkinson, The Bold and the Beautiful
    Eric Braeden, The Young and the Restless
    Mark Grossman, The Young and the Restless
    Roger Howarth, General Hospital
    Jon Lindstrom, General Hospital
    Michael Mealor, The Young and the Restless
    Toby Tyler McLoughlin, General Hospital (sp?)
    Billy Miller, General Hospital
    Joshua Morrow, The Young and the Restless
    Jason Thompson, The Young and the Restless

    (My five finalists: Atkinson, Howarth, Lindstrom, Miller and Thompson)

    Best Supporting Actress:

    Marla Adams, The Young and the Restless
    Kassie DePaiva, Days Of Our Lives
    Nancy Lee Grahn, General Hospital
    Deidre Hall, Days Of Our Lives
    Lauren Koslow, Days Of Our Lives
    Beth Maitland, The Young and the Restless
    Kate Mansi, Days Of Our Lives
    Suzanne Rogers, Days Of Our Lives
    Susan Seaforth Hayes, Days Of Our Lives
    Kirsten Storms, General Hospital

    (my five finalists: Adams, Grahn, Maitland, Rogers and Storms)

    Best Supporting Actor:

    John Aniston, Days Of Our Lives
    Darin Brooks, The Bold and the Beautiful
    Tyler Christopher, Days Of Our Lives
    Bill Hayes, Days Of Our Lives
    Thad Luckinbill, The Young and the Restless
    Chandler Massey, Days Of Our Lives
    Wes Ramsey, General Hospital
    Parry Shen, General Hospital
    Freddie Smith, Days Of Our Lives
    Paul Telfer, Days Of Our Lives

    (my five finalists: Aniston, Hayes, Massey, Shen and Telfer)

    Best Younger Actress:

    Kiara Barnes, The Bold and the Beautiful
    Cait Fairbanks, The Young and the Restless
    Olivia Rose Keegan, Days Of Our Lives
    Victoria Konefal, Days Of Our Lives
    Chloe Lanier, General Hospital
    Katelyn MacMullen, General Hospital
    Eden McCoy, General Hospital

    (my five finalists: Keegan, Konefal, Lanier, MacMullen, and McCoy)

    Still thinking about Younger Actor and Guest Performer…

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    I’ll give this some thought, but I can tell you Lexi Ainsworth, Katrina Bowden, and Annika Noelle are all outside the age range to be eligible for younger actress, at least according to the Internet. (Well, and Bowden I’m sure about because she was an adult on 30 Rock when it started.)

    It also seems that most of the soaps will have a pretty big November sweeps, so that could change things.

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    Thanks Michael for the information! I took those 3 names of my list. And you are right: the next two months can change things drastically!

    Younger Actor I can only come up with a very few names: Lucas Adams and Casey Moss for Days Of Our Lives; William Lipton and Garen Stitt for General Hospital… is there anyone else who has done anything worthwhile this year? I seem to recall there was a proposal to combine Younger Actor and Younger Actress? I hope they don’t do this. I personally am rooting for Garen Stitt to win the Emmy he also deserved to win last year imo.

    I am so confused by the Guest Performer Emmy eligibility rules that it’s always hard for me to come up with a list for that category. I happened to love Robin Strasser’s Vivian and I know I am one of the few on here who felt that way. Beyond her I am just too uncertain as to who would be eligible? It’s easier with the Goldies since we also consider limited runs by anyone during the calendar year!

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    The younger acting age eligibility cut-off is currently still at 26 years, correct? If so, Cait Fairbanks and Hunter King (who both turned 26 this year) would be eligible to compete in the younger category, provided they submit any work that Y&R aired prior to their respective birthdays, 7/29 and 10/19 (if what’s listed on Wikipedia is correct).

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    I’m not sure what the guest eligibility rules will be this year, but if they remain the same as last year, I think the bottom line was just that everyone agrees the person was a guest rather than supporting (and I think the person could not have been on a long-term contract). There will obviously be some serious gray area — for example, I think William Utay has been fantastic as the ridiculously campy Dr. Rolf, but he’s been around for a few months now, so it’s getting borderline.

    In terms of other younger actors, I haven’t see B&B at all this year, but I’ve heard raves about the little boy playing Douglas, and it seems he actually played a significant role in the baby switch story. Astounding that, if the rumors about Casey Moss leaving are true, DAYS will soon have no one who qualifies for that category.

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    If they do combine Younger Actor/Actress into one category I would nominate the following five:

    Olivia Rose Keegan (Claire, Days Of Our Lives)
    William Lipton (Cameron, General Hospital)
    Katelyn MacMullen (Willow, General Hospital)
    Eden McCoy (Josslyn, General Hospital)
    Garen Stitt (Oscar, General Hospital)

    It would be a toss-up for between Eden McCoy and Garen Stitt.

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    Monday, December 16, 2019

    Best Supporting Actor: Chandler Massey (Will, Days Of Our Lives)

    Sonny visits Will in prison. They have a heart to heart talk about the state of their relationship and decide it’s the end of their marriage ): Chandler delivers such a beautiful powerful performance; he is always so thoughtful about his acting choices.

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    I’m bumping this for reference purposes in the days leading up to the Emmys. We definitely had thoughts on some of the submitted episodes when they aired.

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