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    Lead Actress is a weird one this year. There’s people who are locks to get nominated but don’t have a shot at winning, then there’s people who could easily be snubbed of a nom but then win.

    Sandra Oh, Lock for Nom, Great shot at winning

    Laura Linney, Lock for Nom, Can’t See Winning

    Emilia Clarke, Very Likely for Nom, Good chance at winning

    Jodie Comer, Likely for Nom, Vote Split with Oh

    Robin Wright, Could Get Nom, Good chance at winning

    Christine Baranski, Good Chance for Nom, Could Easily win

    Julia Roberts, Good chance for Nom, Can’t See Winning

    FYC OSCARS

    AMY ADAMS- Best Actress
    The Boys in the Band- Jim Parsons/Screenplay

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    The abduction episode? It’s been almost a year since I saw S2.

    Yes! I detested the episode but Linney had a lot to do.

    Oscar FYC -- Give Viola Davis her second Oscar!

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    There are a lot of members of the Academy that are fans of Games of Thrones in a number of categories, but I expect that Dinklage will be the only actor to walk away with the Emmy.

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    Lead Actress is a weird one this year. There’s people who are locks to get nominated but don’t have a shot at winning, then there’s people who could easily be snubbed of a nom but then win. Sandra Oh, Lock for Nom, Great shot at winning Laura Linney, Lock for Nom, Can’t See Winning Emilia Clarke, Very Likely for Nom, Good chance at winning Jodie Comer, Likely for Nom, Vote Split with Oh Robin Wright, Could Get Nom, Good chance at winning Christine Baranski, Good Chance for Nom, Could Easily win Julia Roberts, Good chance for Nom, Can’t See Winning

    No one is watching The Good Fight (I am though), so I don’t see how Christine Baranski has a good chance of a nom and winning, considering she has never won for the good wife.

    But if somehow Baranski is nominated, it would mean voters finally watched the good fight, and then it could be nominated for best drama, which would be quite a plot twist.

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    Just because someone has a difference of opinion does not mean that their opinion shouldn’t matter. At the end of the day, I do not see Clarke as winning.

    Sometimes people’s love for a show or an actor blinds them in their opinion on who should win. I have plenty of favorites that I love, but I know that some won’t get nominated and/or some won’t win.

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    I doubt that Clarke is taken all that seriously as an actress.

    She has already been nominated for an Emmy 3 times for her performance in Game Of Thrones. She even got nominated before Lena Headey (Emilia in 2013, Lena in 2014).

    Emilia Clarke is not Mandy Moore.

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    Yet Mandy Moore has had baitier material.

    She has, and it’s a shame she hasn’t been nominated when she is, imo, the best thing about TIU.

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    Emilia Clarke is not Mandy Moore.

    No, but they both certainly have that same mediocre-to-bad acting ability.

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    Ugh that Mandy Moore snub from last year still hurts so much

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    I can’t get my hopes up for Christine Thee Baranski getting in. Haven’t watched this season of The Good Fight, but it seems like either her team or CBS is pushing her this time around. I would live, but not getting my hopes up b/c if she can’t get in for this year, she’ll never get in. Like my beloved and aforementioned Amanda Thee Moore.

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    Vote splitting is a real thing at the Emmy’s. Emilia is in a very sturdy third place to win. She absolutely can and will win if the Emmy voters split the vote for Killing Eve.

    I don’t like tis sentiment saying that neither Oh or Comer will win the Emmy because of vote splitting. Whilst Comer is more deserving and Oh is more likely, let’s not forget that Oh is riding a sentiment of the overdue narrative for her work on GA and KE and also that if vote splitting “definitely happens” at the Emmy’s, then why did Sterling K Brown (who was not overdue) win in 2017 when Ventimiglia was nominated in the same category?

    FYC OSCARS : VANESSA KIRBY FOR "PIECES OF A WOMAN", AMANDA SEYFRIED FOR "MANK", ANTHONY HOPKINS FOR "THE FATHER", CHADWICK BOSEMAN FOR "MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM", PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN (BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY).

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    I don’t like tis sentiment saying that neither Oh or Comer will win the Emmy because of vote splitting. Whilst Comer is more deserving and Oh is more likely, let’s not forget that Oh is riding a sentiment of the overdue narrative for her work on GA and KE and also that if vote splitting “definitely happens” at the Emmy’s, then why did Sterling K Brown (who was not overdue) win in 2017 when Ventimiglia was nominated in the same category?

    You’re right. But regarding Sterling and Milo, I think it’s because Sterling was a clear winner, no one was debating whether or not Milo was better, which isn’t the case for Oh/Comer. Ever since KE started, people have been saying that Comer is better, even more this season.

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