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    What was your favorite Emmy moment? What was your least favorite Emmy moment? Did you think a certain performer got robbed? Share your thoughts

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    Ardejah Cat Harbin
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    Best drama series:1974-2017
    72:The Doctors (NBC) Allen Potter
    73:EON (CBS) Erwin Nicholson
    74:The Doctors (NBC) Joseph Stuart, EP
    75:Y&R (CBS) Bill Bell and Jon Conboy
    76:AW (NBC) Paul Rauch
    77:RH (abc) Claire Labine and Paul Avila Mayer
    78:Days (NBC) Betty Corday and H. Wesley Kenny
    79:RH (ABC) Paul Avila Mayer and Claire Labine
    80:GL (CBS) Allen Potter
    81:GH (ABC) Gloria Monty
    82:GL (CBS) Allen Potter
    83:Y&R (CBS) Bill Bell
    84:GH (ABC) Gloria Monty
    85 and 86:Y&R (CBS) Bill Bell
    87:ATWT (CBS) Robert Calhoun
    88: SB (NBC) Bridget and Jerome Dobson and Jill Phelps
    89 and 90: SB (NBC) Jill Phelps
    91: ATWT (CBS)Laurence Caso
    92:AMC (ABC) Felicia Behr
    93:Y&R (CBS) Bill Bell
    94: AMC (ABC) Felicia Behr
    95, 96, and 97: GH (ABC) Wendy Richie (97 should have went to Y&R)
    98: AMC (ABC) Francesca James
    99 and 00: GH (ABC) Wendy Richie
    01: ATWT (CBS) Chris Goutman
    02: OLTL (ABC) Gary Tomlin (damn I wanted Atwt to win that night)
    03:ATWT (CBS) Chris Goutman
    04: Y&R (CBS) John F. Smith and Bill Bell
    05 and 06: GH (ABC) Jill Phelps
    (06 yr should have won for Cassie’s death)
    07: GL (CBS) Ellen Wheeler and Y&R (CBS) Lynn Latham (I thought GL would be the sole winner but I’m glad it was both)
    08:GH (ABC) Jill Phelps (GL should have won for Tammy’s funeral and the 70th anniversary episode)
    09, 10, and 11: B&B (CBS) Brad Bell
    12: GH (ABC) Jill Phelps
    13: Days (NBC) Ken Corday
    14:Y&R (CBS) Jill Phelps
    15: Days (NBC) Ken Corday and Y&R (CBS) Jill Phelps
    16: and 17: GH (ABC)Frank Valentin (17 should have went to yr)

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    Ardejah Cat Harbin
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    Lead Actor: MacDonald Carey, Larry Haines, Val Dufour, James Pritchett, Al Freeman Jr., Douglass Watson, Anthony Geary, Robert S. Woods, Larry Bryggman, Darnell Williams, David Canary, A Martinez, Peter Bergman, Michael Zaslow, Justin Deas, Charles Keating, Eric Braden, Maurice Bernard, Christian LeBlanc, Michael Park, Doug Davidson, Billy Miller, Tyler Christopher, and Scott Clifton

    Lead Actress: Elizabeth Hubbard, Susan Flannery, Helen Gallagher, Laurie Heinemann, Irene Dailey, Judith Light, Robin Strasser, Erika Slezak, Kim Zimmer, Marcy Walker, Finola Hughes, Linda Dano, Hillary B. Smith, Jess Walton, Cynthia Watros, Susan Lucci, Martha Byrne, Michelle Stafford, Maura West, Jeanne Cooper, Susan Haskell, Laura Wright, Heather Tom, Eileen Davidson, Mary Beth Evans, and Gina Tognoni

    Supporting Actor:Peter Hansen, Warren Burton, Larry Haines, Darnell Williams, David Lewis, Justin Deas, Larry Gates, John Wesley Shipp, Gregg Marx, Henry Darrow, Bernie Barrow, Thom Christopher, Gerald Anthony, Jerry ver Dorn, Ian Buchanan, Steve Burton, Stuart Damon, Shemar Moore, Michael E. Knight, Josh Duhamel, Benjamin Hendrickson, Rick Hearst, Greg Rikaart, Jordan Clarke, Kristoff St. John, Vincent Irizarry, Jeff Branson, Billy Miller, Jonathan Jackson, Scott Clifton, Eric Martsolf, Chad Duell, and Sean Blakemore

    Supporting Actress: Suzanne Rogers, Francesca James, Jane Elliott, Dorthy Lyman, Louise Shaffer, Judi Evans, Beth Maitland, LeAnn Hunley, Kathleen Noone, Ellen Wheeler, Debbie Morgan, Nancy Lee Grahn, Julia Barr, Jess Walton, Maeve Kinkaid, Ellen Parker, Susan Haskell, Rena Sofer, Anna Holbrook, Michelle Stafford, Sharon Case, Sarah Brown, Leslie Kay, Crystal Chappell, Vanessa Marcil, Cady McClain, Natalia Livingston, Gina Tognoni, Genie Francis, Tamara Braun, Julie Pinson, Heather Tom, Julie Berman, Amelia Heinle, Jessica Collins, and Kate Mansi

    Younger Actor:Brian Bloom, Michael E. Knight, Billy Warlock, Justin Gocke, Andrew Kavovit, Rick Hearst, Kristoff St John, Monti Sharp, Roger Howarth, Jonathan Jackson, Kevin Mambo, David Tom, Justin Torkildsen, Jacob Young, Jordi Vilasuso, Chad Brannon, David Lago, Tom Pelphrey, Bryton James, Darrin Brooks, Drew Tyler Bell, Scott Clifton, Chandler Massey, Freddie Smith, and Bryan Craig

    Younger Actress:Tracey E. Bregman, Ellen Wheeler, Martha Byrne, Julianne Moore, Kimberly McCullough, Cady McClain, Anne Heche, Tricia Cast, Heather Tom, Melissa Hayden, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Sarah Brown, Camryn Grimes, Adrienne Frantz, Jennifer Finnigan, Eden Rigel, Jennifer Landon, Julie Berman, Christi Khalil, Kristen Alderson, Hunter King, True O’Brien, and Lexi Ainsworth

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    Ardejah Cat Harbin
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    Best Writing Team:
    74: EON- Henry Slesar
    75:AW- Harding Lemay
    76:Days- Bill Bell and Pat Fallen Smith
    77, 78, 79, and 80: RH- Claire Labine and Paul Avila Mayer
    81 and 82: GL- Douglas Marland
    83 and 84:RH- Claire​ Labine and Paul Avila Mayer
    85:AMC: Winser Washam and Agnes Nixon
    86: GL- Pamela Long (yr was given the award by mistake)
    87:OLTL- Peggy O’Shea
    88:AMC- Agnes Nixon and Lorraine Broderick
    89: SB- Charles Pratt Jr and Anne Howard Bailey
    90: GL- Pamela Long
    91: SB- Charles Pratt Jr, Sherri Anderson, Samuel Ratcliffe, and Marlyn Thoma
    92:Y&R- Bill Bell
    93:GL- Nancy Curlee, Stephen Demorest, Lorraine Broderick, and James E. Riley
    94:OLTL- Michael Malone and Josh Griffith
    95:GH- Claire Labine
    96, 97, and 98: AMC- Agnes Nixon, Lorraine Broderick, and Millie Taggert
    99: GH- Robert Guza Jr.
    00: Y&R- Kay Alden and Trent Smith
    01:ATWT-Hogan Shaffer, Carolyn Culliton, Stephen Demorest, and Hal Corley
    02:ATWT-Hogan Shaffer, Jean Passanatte, and Carolyn Culliton
    03:GH- Robert Guza Jr and Charles Pratt Jr
    04 and 05:ATWT- Hogan Shaffer and Jean Passanatte
    06: Y&R- Kay Alden
    07:GL- David Kreizman and Donna Swajeski
    08:OLTL-Ron Carlivati
    09:GH- Robert Guza Jr
    10:B&B- Brad Bell
    11: Y&R- Maria Arena Bell
    12:Days- Marlene McPherson and Darrell Ray Thomas Jr
    13:B&B- Brad Bell
    14:Y&R- Josh Griffith
    15 and 16:B&B- Brad Bell
    17:Y&R- Charles Pratt Jr

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    Best Directing Team:
    74:Days: H. Wesley Kenny
    75:Y&R:Richard Dunlap
    76:OLTL: David Pressman
    77:RH: Lela Swift
    78:Y&R: Richard Dunlap
    78 and 80: RH: Lela Swift and Jerry Evans
    81 and 82: GH: Marlena Laird
    83: OLTL: David Pressman
    84: OLTL:Larry Auerbach
    85:GL: Bruce S. Barry
    86 and 87: Y&R: Rudy Vejar and Dennis Steinmeizer
    88: Y&R: Rudy Vejar
    89: Y&R: Heather Hill
    90 and 91: SB: Michael Gluona and Rick Bennewitz
    92: AW: Michael Eilbaum
    93: ATWT: Paul Lammers
    94: GL: Bruce S. Barry
    95: AMC: Chris Goutman
    96, 97, and 98: Y&R: Heather Hill
    99:Y&R: Mike Denny
    00: GH: Joseph Behar
    01 and 02: Y&R: Mike Denny
    03: AMC: Casey Childs
    04:GH: William Ludel
    05: GH: Scott McKinsey
    06: GH: William Ludel
    07: ATWT: Maria Wagner
    08 and 09: OLTL: Jill Mitwell and Frank Valentin
    10: GH: Owen Renfroe
    11:B&B: Jennifer Howard and Y&R: Mike Denny
    12: GH: Phideaux Xavier
    13: B&B: Jennifer Howard
    14: OLTL: Jill Mitwell
    15:B&B: Jennifer Howard
    16 and 17: GH: William Ludel

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    Ardejah Cat Harbin
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    I put all this up to remind you all of past winners and years

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    EmmyLoser
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    What an incredible resource! Thanks for putting all this together.

    I don’t think any moment was as exciting for me as seeing DAYS win Drama Series in 2013. It hadn’t happened in so long, and I think people weren’t really expecting it. I certainly wasn’t. I was walking on air afterwards.

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    Ardejah Cat Harbin
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    Emmy Loser, I knew once I saw the episodes of the Salem explosion that Days of Our Lives would win best drama. Marlene McPherson and Darrell Ray Thomas Jr wrote those scenes. They were great. The Olympics came on the next week

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    This is such a big topic! I have followed the Daytime Emmys almost since their inception; 1976 was the first year I watched them on television, back when they were broadcast during the day.

    For the category of Drama Series, I remember feeling especially gratified when the winner reflected the actual quality of the show that year (albeit, from my biased perspective). A few examples include Y&R in 1985; ATWT in 1987 and 1991; SB in 1988; GH in 1995. Conversely, I remember being puzzled other times, such as when B&B won for three consecutive years or when GH kept winning during the Guza era or when it won for the last two years even though it was awful (again, my subjective response; no offense to fans).

    For writing, I remember being upset when Doug Marland did not win for ATWT. However, I was excited when the award went to Pam Long for GL (1990). I was also excited to see Michael Malone and Josh Griffith win for OLTL in 1994 because it was well-deserved yet so unexpected. And of course I was thrilled with Claire Labine’s win for GH in 1995.

    For Lead Actor, I remember getting really tired of repeat wins for David Canary and Anthony Geary. My favorite win was Michael Zaslow, whom I loved on Guiding Light.

    For Lead Actress, the most memorable win has to be Susan Lucci. The crowd went crazy. I also thought it was cool when Susan Flannery won her second Emmy 25 years after winning her first. I was surprised and disappointed when Ellen Dolan did not win. Hilary B. Smith was a great surprise in 1994. However, I was repeatedly disappointed when Leslie Charleson, Jeanne Cooper, and Elizabeth Hubbard did not win in the 80s and 90s.

    There are many others, but those are a few that come to mind. I used to get a box of dark chocolates for the Daytime Emmys and I would have one every time I was disappointed, which was pretty frequent. Nevertheless, the show was a lot of fun back in the day and I looked forward to it every year.

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    FreemanGriffin
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    I am watching the 1975 episodes of The Doctors and Anna Stuart should have been nominated for Best Actress that year!

    For Drama Series, I was happiest when ATWT won, all four times; Ryan’s hope winning twice; when All My Children finally won in 1992; when Days won for 2012 and 2014.

    For Lead Actor, I was thrilled when Michael Zaslow finally won, Charles Keating for AW, both Douglass Watson wins for AW, Michael Park’s two wins for ATWT.

    For Lead Actress, Robin Strasser’s win in 1982; Marcy Walker’s win in 1989; Hillary B Smith’s win in 1994; Maura West’s wins for ATWT for 2006 and 2009; and Eileen DAvidson’s win for Days for 2013.

    For Supporting Actor my all-time favorite win was Stuart Damon’s for 1998. I also loved the wins for Larry Gates in 1985; John Wesley Shipp in 1986; Gregg Marx in 1987; Joanthan Jackson’s two wins; Chad Duell’s win.

    For Supporting Actress, Suzanne Rogers in 1979; Francesca James in 1980 (I loved Kelly so much!); Jane Elliot in 1981; Dorothy Lyman in 1982; Louise Shaffer in 1983; Judi Evans in 1984; Beth Maitland in 1985 – they got the early years right! Also the two wins for Julia Barr, Anna Holbrooks’ win in 1996; Genie Francis’s win; Nancy Lee Grahn’s win for 2011; and Kate Mansi’s win last year.

    For Younger Actor, Brian Bloom in 85; Andrew Kavovit in 90; Jonathan Jackson’s wins; David Tom for 98; Chandler Massey’s 3 wins; Freddie Smith’s win; and Bryan Craig’s wins

    For Younger Actress, Julianne Moore’s win; Anne Heche (who was spectacular as Vicky and Marley on AW); Kimberly McCullough’s wins; Sarah Joy Brown’s wins; Melissa Hayden, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Camryn Grimes, Eden Riegel, Kristin Alderson, and True O’Brien’s wins

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    Ardejah Cat Harbin
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    FreemanGriffin I have often wondered this. What scenes did Melissa Hayden win for that spanned from Jan. 93-Jan.94? Was it the court case between Her against Billy and Vanessa? Cause she also win a Soap Opera Digest Award as well. I have no clue what Martha Byrne picked for her 87 reel to win. Tracey E. Bregman also puzzled me for her win. Was it her marriage to Paul or her taunting of Tracy. I want to know do bad what Brian Bloom picked for his 85 win. I have looked online of pictures of him and Beth Maitland (I wondered what scenes she picked as well) at the 85 Daytime Emmy Awards but I can’t find any. I always felt that GH didn’t deserve best drama in 97, 06, 08, or 17. I understand the 1981 (Luke and Laura on the run), 1984 (Susan Morgan murder), 1995 (BJ dies/Maxie gets BJs heart), 1996(Stone dies of HIV), 1999 (Lucky finds out about Luke raping Laura/Liz’s rape), 2000 (Lucky’s death), 2005 (the PC hotel burning), 2012 (Josselyn gets a kidney from Jake/Luke accidentally kills Jake), and 2016 (Jason and Franco square off)but 1997 y&r should have won, in 2006 y&r should have won for Cassie’s death (I think the 2007 win for y&r was a sympathy win even though Phyllis giving birth to summer in a elevator was good drama), 2008 (GL should have won for Tammy’s funeral/The 70th anniversary episode), and 2017 (Y&R should have won for Adam’s death). Somebody in the NATS and the voters are favoring GH in general over the actual reels (I love GH, but I’ve watch Daytime dramas since I was 2 years old on all 3 networks​ and I know what’s going on). I also don’t understand how Jill Phelps is hated so much (At GL for killing Maureen/her killing Ryan, Bridget, and Frankie/and breaking up Donna and Matt on AW;At OLTL making Dorian run down Jessica and killing her baby/Killing Mitch Hayes; GH for firing Anna Lee/Killing Alan, Tony, Courtney, and Jake (thank God they reversed it); At Y&R killing Delia) but she keeps winning Best Drama by killing fan favs. Another thing is what did Larry Haines (76 & 81), Helen Gallagher (76 & 77), Val Dufour (77), James Pritchett (78), Irene Dailey, Peter Hansen, and Al Freeman Jr (79), Francesca James and Warren Burton (80) Robin Strasser, Anthony Geary, David Lewis, and Dorthy Lyman (82), Dorthy Lyman, Robert S. Woods, Darnell Williams, and Louise Shaffer (83), Larry Bryggman (84), Larry Gates & Darnell Williams (85), LeAnn Hunley (86), Jerry ver Dorn (95), and Camryn Grimes (00) win their Emmys for? I love the Daytime Emmy Awards so much. My favorite moments were watching ATWT win in 01 and 03 (And their writing wins in 01, 02, 04, and 05), Days winning Best Drama in 13 and 15, Susan Lucci winning in 99, Susan Flannery winning in 00, 02, and 03, Martha Bryne, Leslie Kay, Michael E. Knight, Justin Torkildsen, David Canary, and Adrienne Frantz in 2001, Crystal Chappelle in 02, all Jennifer Finnigan’s wins (02-04), Eden Rigels win in 05, Chandler Massey winning in 2012, 13, and 14, Jennifer Landon’s threepeat (2006-08), Tom Pelphreys two wins (06 and 08) Kim Zimmer’s 2006 win, Gina Tognonis 2006, 08, and 17 wins, Maurice Bernard’s 03 win, Jonathan Jackson’s 2011 and 12 wins, Darrin Brook’s win in 09, Eileen Davidson winning in 2014, all Billy Miller’s wins (10, 13, and 14), Scott Clifton’s wins in 10, 13, and 17, all Heather Tom’s wins (93,99, 11, 12, and 13), Vincent Irizarry and Jeff Brandon tying for supporting Actor in 09, all B&Bs best drama wins from 09-11, Benjamin Hendrickson’s 2003 win, Greg Rikaart, David Lago, and CJL winning in 05, All Erika Slezaks wins (84, 86, 92, 95, 96, and 05), Eric Martsolf winning in 14, Hunter Kings wins in 14 and 15, Freddie Simths win in 15, Y&R and Days tying for best drama in 15, GL and Y&R tying for best drama in 07, Maura West’s wins (07, 10, and 15), Mary Beth Evans, Tyler Christopher, and True O’briens wins in 16, and Chad Duells 15 win were my favorite moments.

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    I hear they use to use the same reel to judge drama, writing, and directing from 74-8?. And when did they stop letting reels qualify from Jan-Jan?

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    Unless they have changed the rules this year they can use different reels in the Series, Directing and Writing categories.

    Melissa Hayden won for 1993-94, before they changed it to a Calendar year for the last 2/3 of 1997. My memory is that it was the custody battle storyline and she was terrific, as was Maeve Kinkead.

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    I don’t think I’ll ever get over Laura Wright winning over Michelle Stafford in 2011. That hurt like hell. Jonathan Jackson deserved all his wins. Heather Tom did too. I wish they would give her strong material like they use to. Katie’s a good character. I wish Katherine Kelly Lang would get some heartfelt scenes and submit them and win the freaking Emmy. She’s overdue for a win. So is Melody Thomas Scott, Kristian Alfonso, Deidre Hall, Kassie Depiva, John McCook, Don Diamont, and Bryan Dattilo who should have gotten a nomination this year.

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    And I hate how Y&R hasn’t given Christian LeBlanc and Tracey Bregman a storyline. That sucks. Come on Mal Young. I would love to see Leslie Charleston get a storyline instead if her being a featured player in other people’s storyline.

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