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    Elizabeth Hubbard was the first winners for Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama for her role as Althea Davis on NBC’S The Doctors (I would love to know what her reel was). In 1975 Susan Flannery won for her role as Dr. Laura Horton on Days of Our Lives (I wonder if she picked Laura revealing that she was raped by Bill and that Mike was his son and not Mickey’s as her reel?). Flannery would later win 3 more Emmys for her role as Stephanie Forrester on The Bold and The Beautiful in 2000 (Brooke and Stephanie’s showdown at Big Bear), 2002 (Stephanie finds out that Massimo is Ridges father), and 2003 (Stephanie fakes her heart Attack). In 1976 and 1977 Helen Gallagher won back to back Emmys for her role as Ryan matriarch Maeve Ryan (I have no clue what her reels were I’d love to know). She would later win again in 1988 (Maeve has a heartfelt talks to John while he’s fighting for his life). In 1978 Laurie Heinemann won her Emmy for her role as Sharlene Frame Matthews on Another World (Sharlene tells Russ about her past as a prostitute). In 1979 her AW co star Irene Dailey won her Emmy for her role as town busybody Aunt Liz Matthews (I really wanna know what reel she picked). In 1980 Judith Light won her Emmy for her role as Karen Wolek on One Life To Live (Karen admits to being a hooker in court). Light would win Lead Actress again in 1981(Karen’s rape by Brad Vernon). In 1982 her OLTL costar Robin Strasser won for her role as Dorian Lord Callison (Cassie is revealed as Dorian daughter). In 1983 Dorthy Lyman won for her role as beautician Opal Sue Gardner on All My Children (Opal ran for city council against Langley or Opal finds out about Sam and Jenny). In 1984 Erika Slezak won her first Emmy for her role as Victoria Lord Gordon Riley Burke Riley Buchanan Buchanan Carpenter Davidson on One Life To Live (Viki finds out about Clint’s affair with Echo). She won later win the award in 1986 (Viki/Niki saga and Viki finds out about Tina being her sister), 1992 (Viki grieves for a dying Megan), 1995 (Viki marries a dying Sloan/Viki talks to Joey about his relationship with Dorian), 1996 (Viki admits to her family that she killed her father due to him raping her/Niki/Tori/Tommy/Princess/
    Victor Lord DID storyline), and 2005 (Ben dies and Viki gets his heart). In 1985 Kim Zimmer won her first of 4 Emmys for her role as “The Slut of Springfield” Reva Shayne Lewis Lewis Spaulding Lewis Winslow Cooper Lewis O’Neill on Guiding Light (HB comforts Reva after the whole fountain scene). She won again in 1987 (Reva’s suicide attempt/the black and white episode with Reva and Kyle), 1990 (Reva confronts Pharoah about almost molesting her as a child/Reva’s wedding day morning to Josh), and 2006 (Reva finds out that she has menopause/Reva tells Josh that he’s not good enough for her). In 1989 Marcy Walker won her Emmy for her iconic role Eden Capwell on Santa Barbara (Eden deals with fact that she’s been raped). In 1991 Finola Hughes won Lead Actress for her role as Anna Devane on General Hospital (Anna talks to Casey the alien about sex). In 1993 Linda Dano won for her role as novelist Felicia Gallant Castiglione on Another World (Lorna confronts Felicia about her alcoholism). In 1994 Hillary B. Smith won for her role as attorney Nora Hanen Gannon on One Life To Live (Nora tells the court what Todd and company did to Marty during the rape). In 1997 Jess Walton won for her role as Jill Foster Abbott on The Young and The Restless (Jill tells Ryan that she didn’t shoot Victor). In 98 Cynthia Watros won for her role as nurse turned psycho Annie Dutton Lewis on Guiding Light (Annie loses it at Cross Creek/Annie’s wedding day to Alan). In 1999 Susan Lucci finally wins for her role as former model Erica Kane on All My Children (Erica gets into it with Dimitri, Travis, Jack and Barbara while Bianca battles bulimia). In 2001 Martha Byrne wins for her double role as Lily Walsh Snyder and her newfound twin sister Rose D’Angelo on As The World Turns (Lily and Rose find out about their birth from Iva). In 2004 Michelle Stafford won for her role as Phyllis Summers Abbott on The Young and The Restless (Phyllis confronts Jack about playing games with her). In 2007 Maura West won for her role as the bad girl turned heroine Carly Tenney Snyder on As The World Turns (Carly and Jack’s epic breakup). She won again for Carly in 2010 for Carly’s alcoholic intervention. She won her 3rd Emmy in 2015 for her role as Ava Jerome on General Hospital (Ava and Sonny have cryptic sex). In 2008 Jeanne Cooper won for her legendary role as Katherine Chancellor on The Young and The Restless (Kay tells Jill that she gave her baby away). In 2009 Susan Haskell won for her role as Dr. Marty Saybrooke on One Life To Live (a amnesic Marty pulls a gun on Todd and demands that she know who she really is). In 2011 Laura Wright won for her role as Carly Corinthos Jacks on General Hospital (Carly confronts Dante after Michael is taken to prison). In 2012 Heather Tom won for her role as Katie Logan Spencer on The Bold and The Beautiful (Katie confronts Bill and Steffy about their affair). She won Lead Actress again in 2013 for Katie’s post partum depression episodes. In 2014 Eileen Davidson won for her role as Kristen Dimera on Days of Our Lives (Marlena confronts Kristen after Kristen’s failed wedding to Brady). Davidson later won again in 2018 for her iconic role Ashley Abbott on The Young and The Restless (Ashley and Jack go at it over the blood Abbott clause/Ashley confronts Graham for using Dina/Ashley confronts Traci for voting with Jack). Mary Beth Evans won in 2016 for her role as Dr. Kayla Brady on Days of Our Lives (Kayla tearfully tells Bo that he’s dying/Kayla and Steve in the closet). Gina Tognoni won in 2017 for her role as Phyllis Abbott on The Young and The Restless (Jack confronts Phyllis about her affair with Billy/Phyllis’ courtroom outburst during Victor’s trial). In 2019 Jacqueline MacIness Wood won for her role as Forrester Creations CEO Steffy Forrester Spencer (Liam finds out that Bill and Steffy slept together/Steffy begs Liam to keep their family together/Steffy catches Liam with Hope).

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    I have been fortunate enough to see all of Elizabeth Hubbard’s performances in 1973-74 since they have been shown on RetroTV. During that year Althea was married to the nefarious villain Dr. John Morrison but was in love with her ex-husband Dr. Nick Bellini. She also had many scenes with her daughter Penny (Julia Duffy), who was a handful. She had friendship scenes with Dr. Maggie Powers and Dr. Matt Powers. I am glad she won mainly because she never did win despite 8 nominations – and 7 in a row! – for playing Lucinda Walsh on As The World Turns.

    I have also scene all of the performances from Helen Gallagher’s 3 Emmy wins. Maeve was a supporting character, who never really did have much lead material, albeit her 3rd Emmy Maeve did have a bit of a storyline with Da’s infidelity years before. She was superb as Maeve and had wonderful scenes with all of her on-screen children and daughters-in-law (particularly Delia and Jillian for the latter, and the original Mary (Kate Mulgrew) for the former).

    I saw many of the episodes for which Judith Light won her two Emmys. She was terrific as Karen and while she wasn’t my choice to win it’s easy to see why they chose her. Her courtroom scenes in 1979-80 were particularly memorable – she had been prostituting herself for money and it came out on the witness stand.

    I am particularly glad that Robin Strasser won her Emmy as she was my very favorite Best Actress Emmy winner ever! She worked mostly with Anthony Call as her husband Herb Callison in 1981-82, and of course six-time Emmy winner Erika Slezak. The latter is a terrific actress but I resent her winning so many times. I felt that Robin ought to be the six time Emmy winner and honestly I would have only given Erika her 1991-92 Emmy. I prefer Dorian to Vicky and her alters.

    Dorothy Lyman was phenomenal as the REAL Opal Gardner (Jill Larson was a pale imitation). Her 2 1/2 year stint as Opal was phenomenal. She was one of only 2 AMC actresses to ever win this category. (Mary Fickett won for “Individual Achievement” in which the other nominees included another actor, directors, lighting directors, etc.).

    Kim Zimmer won 4 Emmys. I love her but felt she often chewed the scenery too much. I would have voted for other actresses (Robin Strasser, Elizabeth Hubbard, Jeanne Cooper and Beth Ehlers) the years she won, but I would have voted for her over Susan Lucci when she did the crazy Dolly the clone story!

    Marcy Walker was superb as Eden – and as Liza – and I am glad she won her Emmy for the rape storyline. She was amazing!

    I was not happy with Finola Hughes’s win. That was the year of Casey the Alien. I wanted Julia Barr to win for AMC that year. I am not a big fan of hers – she’s good but I have never really cared about her characters.

    Linda Dano was wonderful as Felicia Gallant and she had a story around alcoholism and grieving her husband’s death. I would have preferred Ellen Dolan’s Margo and her rape storyline for the Emmy win that year but at least she lost to someone who did phenomenal work!

    Hillary B Smith is an all-time favorite and she was brilliant in the rape trial storyline when Marty was raped and Todd was one the rapists. So glad she won. Disappointed she was only nominated one more time (for 1999). So deserving of her award!

    I don’t like Jess Walton and was disappointed by both of her wins (one for Supporting Actress and one for lead). I wanted Genie Francis or Jensen Buchanan to win. I was unhappy when Walton’s name was called.

    Cynthia Watros was great as crazy Annie but I would have definitely voted for Eileen Davidson, who played 5 characters on Days that year.

    I have never particularly liked Susan Lucci, resent her 21 nominations – I feel that they were name recognition nominations and not fully deserved. She’s a good actress but not a great one. I would have never voted for her ever. Julia Barr is my all-time favorite AMC actress. She also robbed Kate Collins of a nomination in 1991-92 for her dual roles of Natalie and Janet that year.

    Susan Flannery won 4 Emmys. I have never seen her work on Days. She was always my favorite on B&B and I miss her on that show.

    Martha Byrne played a dual role in 2000. Lily and Rose. I think the 3 AMC actresses cancelled each other out. I would have voted for Marcy Walker’s Liza Colby Chandler that year, and I loved Julia Barr’s Brooke too. But I love Martha Byrne. It was her 2nd Emmy and the first to win when her previous win was for Younger Actress.

    Michelle Stafford won 2 Emmys – the other for Supporting Actress. She is the REAL Phyllis.

    Maura West is one of my all-time favorite actresses. Her Carly Tenney Snyder was one of my very favorite characters – I would have nominated her all 14 times she was eligible for that role, and at least 6 times for Ava on GH. My very favorite Best Actress wins were hers for 2006 and 2009 – so incredibly happy! She was my 2nd choice for 2014 and was really disappointed that year since I wanted Alison Sweeney to win so so so much! Still I am glad she won for playing Ava. Surprised she hasn’t won a 4th Emmy yet but perhaps she will on the 26th?

    Jeanne Cooper won for playing my favorite character on Y&R: Kay Chancellor! While she wasn’t my choice for 2007 – I preferred Maura for playing the storyline where Carly thought she was dying. But I loved JC and am glad she got a competitive Emmy.

    Susan Haskell was not a favorite of mine. I was disappointed. I wanted Debbi Morgan to win for the return of Jessie back from the dead scenes.

    Laura Wright’s Carly – well, I don’t like her but she’s an excellent actress. I was rooting for Colleen Zenk’s Barbara on ATWT that year.

    I really dislike Heather Tom. I resent her 5 Emmys. I know I am in a very small minority who doesn’t care for her acting but I just plain don’t like her. I think I would have voted for Crystal Chappell for Days for 2011 and Susan Flannery for B&B for 2012.

    Eileen Davidson won for both of her signature roles: Kristen on Days and Ashley on Y&R. I was ecstatic with her 2013 win but would have voted for Nancy Lee Grahn on her 2017 win. She’s phenomenal in both roles.

    Gina Tognoni – I was not crazy about her Phyllis mainly because I regard Michelle Stafford as the real Phyllis. I loved Gina’s work on One Life To Live and her 2-time Emmy winning role for Supporting Actress on Guiding Light. I must say her acceptance speech was one of the most gracious ever though.

    Jacqueline MacInnes Wood’s win was one of the biggest Emmy surprises ever. I really like her but I really wanted Maura to win last year.

    Who will win this year? Finola, Katherine, Heather (yet again), Maura or Arianne?

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    This is a cool walk down memory lane.

    I would love for Arianne Zucker to win this year, but I don’t know if I love the submission she chose — and honestly it would be hard to get across to a judging panel out of context how impressive her work was in the Kristen storyline. Going past her, it would be nice for Katherine Kelly Lang to have an Emmy, so outside of quality of the work, she’d probably be my next choice.

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    This is a cool walk down memory lane.

    I would love for Arianne Zucker to win this year, but I don’t know if I love the submission she chose — and honestly it would be hard to get across to a judging panel out of context how impressive her work was in the Kristen storyline. Going past her, it would be nice for Katherine Kelly Lang to have an Emmy, so outside of quality of the work, she’d probably be my next choice.

    My mind keeps telling me that Katherine Kelly Lang’s name is in that envelope. I had the same feeling I had with Evans,Tognoni, Wood, and Davidson. I guess I’ll see if my mind is right soon.

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    I neglected to mention Laurie Heineman; I have never seen her in her role as Sharlene on Another World. She was only on the show for the first 6 weeks of the 1977-78 eligibility period. It is my understanding that she had an emotional scene where she admitted to prostitution to her husband.

    I also did not see Irene Dailey’s work in 1978-79 as aunt Liz Matthews; but I did see her over the years albeit she was rarely ever on and I don’t recall any real storylines for her from 1979 through the early 1990’s. She was a good actress but the fact that Laurie and Irene won when Victoria Wyndham and Beverlee McKinsey never won for their iconic Another World roles of Rachel and Iris rankles.

    I would personally find it really disappointing if Katherine Kelly Lang were to win. I guess for me my problem is that her scenes always feel like repeats to me – she gets the exact same scenes to play endlessly. Two more weeks until we know what the panelists decided…

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    The category has mostly had great winners. I think we should ignore the awards after 2011 because with the cancellations there has been so little competition in the acting categories. In the 1980s there was something like 150 people competing in the supporting categories. Which is amazing to think about.

    There were some strange wins – the previously mentioned victories of Laurie Heineman and Irene Dailey in the 1970s when they were most definitely not Another World’s leading ladies – Beverlee McKinsey and Victoria Wyndham were – at the time. Wyndham, McKinsey, Leslie Charleson, Jackie Zeaman and Maureen Garrett never winning in this category remain sore points.

    Dorothy Lyman’s win must’ve been strange at the time. Opal was primarily comedic relief but the Lyman was a powerhouse in that role.

    At the time I was also annoyed that Slezak won in 1992 for what was her fellow nominee Jessica Tuck’s storyline. I also was incredulous when Zimmer bested Jeanne Cooper in 1990 when Cooper was sublime in that Marge dual role.

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    My mind keeps telling me that Katherine Kelly Lang’s name is in that envelope. I had the same feeling I had with Evans,Tognoni, Wood, and Davidson. I guess I’ll see if my mind is right soon.

    If Noelle doesn’t win Supporting Actress then Lead Actress will come in mind. I still kinda have a feeling B&B could win Writing and if that doesn’t happen then YES KKL will come to mind just like JMW last year

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    Arianne Zuker Deserves a win finally, Dammit!!! lol

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    The biggest travesty ever was that Kathryn Hays never won an Emmy – and was never nominated. I loved her work in 1979 when Dan Stewart died, in 1985-86 when Kim had a psycho secret admirer, Douglas Cummings; and particularly in 1990 when Bob had an affair with Susan Stewart. Mostly she was a supporting actress but at least those three times she was a lead performer. It was beyond ridiculous that she was never nominated.

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    I would be curious to know what Susan Lucci submitted each year. I know what she submitted the year she finally won and the year in 1996 when she was predicted to win but did not.

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    In 95, she submitted Mona’s death. Slezak won for Sloan’s death/Viki finding out her father raped her.

    In 96, she submitted Erica’s Woman of Year speech. Slezak won for Viki discovering and admitting she murdered her father.

    In 97, she submitted Erica returning the baby to Maria. Walton won.

    In 99, she won for Bianca’s eating disorder intervention.

    I have no clue what she submitted for her other nominations.

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    In 1990, she submitted Erica begging God not take Bianca after she became ill.

    In 2001 she submitted Bianca coming out to Erica.

    In 2003 she submitted Chris Stamp’s death.

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    And in 1987 she submitted Mark’s intervention.

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    In 95, she submitted Mona’s death. Slezak won for Sloan’s death/Viki finding out her father raped her.

    In 96, she submitted Erica’s Woman of Year speech. Slezak won for Viki discovering and admitting she murdered her father.

    You are incorrect about Lucci’s 1996 submission. She did not submit The Woman Of The Year episode. Her first tape was her tour de force where she’s locked herself in the powder room popping pills left and right while waiting on Myrtle to bring her a new gown. Her second tape was dreadful. It was Erica going through detox while Noah ( the always reliably dull Keith Hamilton Cobb ) watches over her. As always with her submissions, Susan Lucci submitted one great reel followed by a second reel that tanks her chances.

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    Elizabeth Hubbard was the first winners for Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama for her role as Althea Davis on NBC’S The Doctors (I would love to know what her reel was). In 1975 Susan Flannery won for her role as Dr. Laura Horton on Days of Our Lives (I wonder if she picked Laura revealing that she was raped by Bill and that Mike was his son and not Mickey’s as her reel?). Flannery would later win 3 more Emmys for her role as Stephanie Forrester on The Bold and The Beautiful in 2000 (Brooke and Stephanie’s showdown at Big Bear), 2002 (Stephanie finds out that Massimo is Ridges father), and 2003 (Stephanie fakes her heart Attack). In 1976 and 1977 Helen Gallagher won back to back Emmys for her role as Ryan matriarch Maeve Ryan (I have no clue what her reels were I’d love to know). She would later win again in 1988 (Maeve has a heartfelt talks to John while he’s fighting for his life). In 1978 Laurie Heinemann won her Emmy for her role as Sharlene Frame Matthews on Another World (Sharlene tells Russ about her past as a prostitute). In 1979 her AW co star Irene Dailey won her Emmy for her role as town busybody Aunt Liz Matthews (I really wanna know what reel she picked). In 1980 Judith Light won her Emmy for her role as Karen Wolek on One Life To Live (Karen admits to being a hooker in court). Light would win Lead Actress again in 1981(Karen’s rape by Brad Vernon). In 1982 her OLTL costar Robin Strasser won for her role as Dorian Lord Callison (Cassie is revealed as Dorian daughter). In 1983 Dorthy Lyman won for her role as beautician Opal Sue Gardner on All My Children (Opal ran for city council against Langley or Opal finds out about Sam and Jenny). In 1984 Erika Slezak won her first Emmy for her role as Victoria Lord Gordon Riley Burke Riley Buchanan Buchanan Carpenter Davidson on One Life To Live (Viki finds out about Clint’s affair with Echo). She won later win the award in 1986 (Viki/Niki saga and Viki finds out about Tina being her sister), 1992 (Viki grieves for a dying Megan), 1995 (Viki marries a dying Sloan/Viki talks to Joey about his relationship with Dorian), 1996 (Viki admits to her family that she killed her father due to him raping her/Niki/Tori/Tommy/Princess/
    Victor Lord DID storyline), and 2005 (Ben dies and Viki gets his heart). In 1985 Kim Zimmer won her first of 4 Emmys for her role as “The Slut of Springfield” Reva Shayne Lewis Lewis Spaulding Lewis Winslow Cooper Lewis O’Neill on Guiding Light (HB comforts Reva after the whole fountain scene). She won again in 1987 (Reva’s suicide attempt/the black and white episode with Reva and Kyle), 1990 (Reva confronts Pharoah about almost molesting her as a child/Reva’s wedding day morning to Josh), and 2006 (Reva finds out that she has menopause/Reva tells Josh that he’s not good enough for her). In 1989 Marcy Walker won her Emmy for her iconic role Eden Capwell on Santa Barbara (Eden deals with fact that she’s been raped). In 1991 Finola Hughes won Lead Actress for her role as Anna Devane on General Hospital (Anna talks to Casey the alien about sex). In 1993 Linda Dano won for her role as novelist Felicia Gallant Castiglione on Another World (Lorna confronts Felicia about her alcoholism). In 1994 Hillary B. Smith won for her role as attorney Nora Hanen Gannon on One Life To Live (Nora tells the court what Todd and company did to Marty during the rape). In 1997 Jess Walton won for her role as Jill Foster Abbott on The Young and The Restless (Jill tells Ryan that she didn’t shoot Victor). In 98 Cynthia Watros won for her role as nurse turned psycho Annie Dutton Lewis on Guiding Light (Annie loses it at Cross Creek/Annie’s wedding day to Alan). In 1999 Susan Lucci finally wins for her role as former model Erica Kane on All My Children (Erica gets into it with Dimitri, Travis, Jack and Barbara while Bianca battles bulimia). In 2001 Martha Byrne wins for her double role as Lily Walsh Snyder and her newfound twin sister Rose D’Angelo on As The World Turns (Lily and Rose find out about their birth from Iva). In 2004 Michelle Stafford won for her role as Phyllis Summers Abbott on The Young and The Restless (Phyllis confronts Jack about playing games with her). In 2007 Maura West won for her role as the bad girl turned heroine Carly Tenney Snyder on As The World Turns (Carly and Jack’s epic breakup). She won again for Carly in 2010 for Carly’s alcoholic intervention. She won her 3rd Emmy in 2015 for her role as Ava Jerome on General Hospital (Ava and Sonny have cryptic sex). In 2008 Jeanne Cooper won for her legendary role as Katherine Chancellor on The Young and The Restless (Kay tells Jill that she gave her baby away). In 2009 Susan Haskell won for her role as Dr. Marty Saybrooke on One Life To Live (a amnesic Marty pulls a gun on Todd and demands that she know who she really is). In 2011 Laura Wright won for her role as Carly Corinthos Jacks on General Hospital (Carly confronts Dante after Michael is taken to prison). In 2012 Heather Tom won for her role as Katie Logan Spencer on The Bold and The Beautiful (Katie confronts Bill and Steffy about their affair). She won Lead Actress again in 2013 for Katie’s post partum depression episodes. In 2014 Eileen Davidson won for her role as Kristen Dimera on Days of Our Lives (Marlena confronts Kristen after Kristen’s failed wedding to Brady). Davidson later won again in 2018 for her iconic role Ashley Abbott on The Young and The Restless (Ashley and Jack go at it over the blood Abbott clause/Ashley confronts Graham for using Dina/Ashley confronts Traci for voting with Jack). Mary Beth Evans won in 2016 for her role as Dr. Kayla Brady on Days of Our Lives (Kayla tearfully tells Bo that he’s dying/Kayla and Steve in the closet). Gina Tognoni won in 2017 for her role as Phyllis Abbott on The Young and The Restless (Jack confronts Phyllis about her affair with Billy/Phyllis’ courtroom outburst during Victor’s trial). In 2019 Jacqueline MacIness Wood won for her role as Forrester Creations CEO Steffy Forrester Spencer (Liam finds out that Bill and Steffy slept together/Steffy begs Liam to keep their family together/Steffy catches Liam with Hope).

    When Irene Daily won her Emmy, it was still under the three tape submission rule book. Her first reel was a charming episode of Jim Mathews asking her to join him for lunch. The second reel was Liz gossiping in church. And for the life of me I can’t remember her third submission. I think ( but I could be wrong ) it was a fight scene w/ Rachael who came over to torment Alice who was on the verge of yet another emotional breakdown.

    Robin Strasser dazzled everyone with her Emmy winning submissions.One minute she’s tough as acrylic nails and then the next, childlike, vulnerable and you’re ready to forgive her for the chaos she created with Herb’s campaign for Governor of Llanview.

    And Zimmer didn’t submit the ” Slut of Springfield ” episode for her first Emmy win.

    You’re incorrect about Laura Wright’s Emmy winning submission. It wasn’t Carly confronting Dominic. It was the episode where she tells Michael to be strong and he will survive prison before he’s taken away to Pentonville.

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