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    ^John McCook also submitted his confrontation scenes with Ridge, Sheila and Quinn.

    We have all the Best Actress submissions; Maura West will win, with Nancy Lee Grahn and Eileen Davidson very competitive. Marci Miller’s work is excellent and I just don’t get Laura Wrights’ submission: did she really only submit Jason’s return? NLG submitted Alexis’s hallucinations and going to the AA meeting, but what was that about Julexis sex scene?

    Chandler Massey submitted an AMAZING and MAGNIFICENT reel. (Please, no no no no to Anthony Montgomery winning, just NO!) I will be interested to learn what Greg Vaughan has submitted. I would think that Greg Rikaart submitted the funeral for Chloe scene and the reunion with Chloe afterwards? I think Chandler is going to win, his reel is SO strong!

    As much as I love Camryn Grimes’ reel, Marla Adams is going to win and desrves to win. Casey Moss ditto.

    Hayley Erin’s reel is amazing and tells a full story, but so does Chloe Lanier’s reel. Both are extremely competitive. Reign Edwards surely will compete as well. Hard to know about I think Chloe L will win.

    They said all the submissions will be up next week!

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    EmmyLoser
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    My feelings on the nominations are kind of similar to robbalto’s. I’m a little underwhelmed by the final list based on the prenoms, but it’s not awful. My big disappointments are no Judi Evans in lead, no Eileen Davidson in supporting, and no Billy Flynn in lead. I don’t think I’m actually bothered by any of these nominations, which is a change. I’m really happy for all the first-time nominees. Quite a few of them I thought couldn’t really get in, but I’m glad they did.

    Regarding the guest category, I don’t think the rules have changed. I believe the rules said the actor had to be new to the show in the eligibility year, but I don’t think that had to apply to the character they were playing. They also say the person appears for a limited number of appearances, but that’s incredibly vague and could mean basically anything. If the limit is 150 episodes, almost no one on any show would exceed that. I think the actor can’t be on a contract that is longer than a few months probably, but actual number of appearances is likely not a factor.

    I was under the impression that digital series were judged as being daytime or primetime based on the number of episodes they released, but that could be totally wrong. When OLTL and AMC moved to online formats, they were judged as daytime dramas because they’d produced over 35 episodes, or something like that, and the actual time of release didn’t matter.

    As far as winners, I don’t mind taking stabs based on what I think was submitted or descriptions of the reels, I don’t feel like it’s even a decent guess until I’ve seen the reels, and even then it’s just a guess, and not even based on complete information, the people who scored the reels would have seen all of the prenominated actors’ reels in that category and not just those of the nominees. I’m really excited to see the reels, especially lead actress and supporting actor, a category I usually don’t give two farts about compared to most of the others.

    Also, did GH get nominated in every daytime drama category? Looking through the tech categories and at the acting noms, it seems like the only show that didn’t miss one.

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    eastwest
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    That guest category is a foolin’ ass joke! This is the second year in a row that a recast has been nominated. Unless they changed the rules on the low, I don’t understand how this is allowed. And thanks to their other silly rule of nominees and winners being chose in one phase, disqualification can’t happen. At least DAYS was strategic (probably unintentionally) in not having the last name of Morgan Fairchild’s character.

    As for the nominees, can’t say too much since I don’t watch the stories anymore. It’s awesome that there’s a black person in all of the acting categories except for lead actress.

    And that’s WILD that Ben Platt would only be an Oscar away from EGOT if he wins here.

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    My feelings on the nominations are kind of similar to robbalto’s. I’m a little underwhelmed by the final list based on the prenoms, but it’s not awful. My big disappointments are no Judi Evans in lead, no Eileen Davidson in supporting, and no Billy Flynn in lead. I don’t think I’m actually bothered by any of these nominations, which is a change. I’m really happy for all the first-time nominees. Quite a few of them I thought couldn’t really get in, but I’m glad they did.

    Regarding the guest category, I don’t think the rules have changed. I believe the rules said the actor had to be new to the show in the eligibility year, but I don’t think that had to apply to the character they were playing. They also say the person appears for a limited number of appearances, but that’s incredibly vague and could mean basically anything. If the limit is 150 episodes, almost no one on any show would exceed that. I think the actor can’t be on a contract that is longer than a few months probably, but actual number of appearances is likely not a factor.

    I was under the impression that digital series were judged as being daytime or primetime based on the number of episodes they released, but that could be totally wrong. When OLTL and AMC moved to online formats, they were judged as daytime dramas because they’d produced over 35 episodes, or something like that, and the actual time of release didn’t matter.

    As far as winners, I don’t mind taking stabs based on what I think was submitted or descriptions of the reels, I don’t feel like it’s even a decent guess until I’ve seen the reels, and even then it’s just a guess, and not even based on complete information, the people who scored the reels would have seen all of the prenominated actors’ reels in that category and not just those of the nominees. I’m really excited to see the reels, especially lead actress and supporting actor, a category I usually don’t give two farts about compared to most of the others.

    Also, did GH get nominated in every daytime drama category? Looking through the tech categories and at the acting noms, it seems like the only show that didn’t miss one.

    GH missed supporting actress

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    FreemanGriffin
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    Days and Y&R both were nominated in all 10 of the major categories but I think they may have missed a few technical categories?

    Anyone who listened to the podcast: did Laura Wright only really submit Jason’s return and nothing else? If she wins it means the blue ribbon panels a re a total joke! How did she get nominated over Judi Evans and Sharon Case?

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    Greg Vaughn picked the scenes where Nicole breaks his heart and his confrontation with Brady in which he punches him. Michael Easton chose Finna detox episode. Marci Miller chose Abigail and Jen’s argument over her marriage to Dario/Chad and Abigail’s vow renewal/The double wedding episode in which Abigail punches Ben.

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    Re Laura Wright

    She wasn’t clear. That’s the only scene she discussed but she never said that was her full reel. My guess is she submitted scenes from at least one other episode. We’ll find out for sure next week.

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    As far as winners, I don’t mind taking stabs based on what I think was submitted or descriptions of the reels, I don’t feel like it’s even a decent guess until I’ve seen the reels, and even then it’s just a guess, and not even based on complete information, the people who scored the reels would have seen all of the prenominated actors’ reels in that category and not just those of the nominees. I’m really excited to see the reels, especially lead actress and supporting actor, a category I usually don’t give two farts about compared to most of the others.

    Also, did GH get nominated in every daytime drama category? Looking through the tech categories and at the acting noms, it seems like the only show that didn’t miss one.

    GH missed supporting actress

    Yeah, thanks, I just realized that out of the blue myself. I was mixing it up that DAYS and Y&R have acting noms in every category.

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    The guest acting category is like salt in the wound of people who weren’t nominated. Morgan Fairchild is in but not Judi Evans. John Enos but not Eileen Davidson (for DAYS). Robb Deringer but not Arianne Zucker.

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    Greg Vaughn picked the scenes where Nicole breaks his heart and his confrontation with Brady in which he punches him. Michael Easton chose Finna detox episode. Marci Miller chose Abigail and Jen’s argument over her marriage to Dario/Chad and Abigail’s vow renewal/The double wedding episode in which Abigail punches Ben.

    I really don’t understand Marci Miller’s nomination based on those scenes, but Greg Vaughan chose a terrific reel, as did Michael Easton. So glad they got their first ever nominations!

    I am predicting Peter Bergman, Maura West and Chandler Massey will all win their fourth Emmys; Marla Adams, Casey Moss, Chloe Lanier and Morgan Fairchild will all win their first Emmy. I can’t predict in Series, Directing and Writing until I have seen the submissions list.

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    I’d need to see them to really remember, but Marci Miller had some really strong work with the vow renewal and the double wedding confrontation with Ben.

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    Freeman Marci was phenomonal in all of that. Marci imo reminds me of Julianne Moore. She wont be staying in daytime imo. The girl will be a movie star or primetime star. Do u know DAYS won their first casting emmy last year and Marci was the highlight of the reel. I love she got nominated because its very hard at 29 to break in lead. Marci could win with that reel she is phenom.

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    I’ve noticed that the voters hate over the top performances. All the screaming and hollering bothers the ones viewing the reels. That’s why I’m surprised Bryan Craig won last year. But he deserved it. I think that particular storyline needed hollering. And I agree Jonnysbro I would love to see Marci win this year and next year for the Abigail/Gabby/Laura DID storyline. I wonder what reel Peter Bergman picked. If I knew I could choose between him and James Reynolds. Chandler Massey wouldn’t shock me by winning. Him or Greg Vaughn would be acceptable as the winner. When Sean Blakemore won I was floored. I couldn’t believe it. His reel wasn’t good. There are so many who won in the past that won but didn’t like Anthony Geary in 2008, GH winning best drama in 2008, GH winning best drama in 2006, and OLTL best drama in 2001.

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    Here’s a recap of all the past winners:
    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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    PoweR
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    The Daytime Emmys have NO prestige. It’s a bunch of slim pickings and the voting is skewed towards a bunch of yelling and crying disguised as “acting.” That Younger Actor/Actress field is embarrassing, and a far cry from the competitiveness of the ’90s and early ’00s. They should really do away with that category (or the entire award show). And I will puke if Maura West’s overrated ass wins another award with that over-the-top acting.

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