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Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, 1994
Shelley Fabares, Coach
Faith Ford, Murphy Brown
Sara Gilbert, Roseanne
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Seinfeld
Laurie Metcalf, Roseanne
Liz Torres, The John Larroquette Show
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    Which of the above choices should’ve won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actresss in a Comedy Series in 1994?

    Shelley Fabares as Christine Armstrong on Coach: (Epsidoe submissions: “Nice Job If You Can Get It” and “The Stand-In”)

    Faith Ford as Corky Sherwood on Murphy Brown: (Episode submissions: “The Young and the Rest of Us” and “The More Things Stay the Same”)

    Sara Gilbert as Darlene Conner on Roseanne: (Episode submissions: “Two Down, One to Go” and “Everybody Comes to Jackie’s”)

    Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Elaine Benes on Seinfeld (Episode submissions: “The Mango” and “The Opposite”)

    Laurie Metcalf as Jackie Harris on Roseanne (Episode submissions: “Labor Day” and “Past Imperfect”)

    Liz Torres as Mahalia Sanchez on The John Larroquette Show (Episode submissions: “Pilot” and “God”)

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    For me, it’s a supremely close call between Metcalf and Gilbert, though it’s easy to see why the former repeated again – her tapes, per usual, were aces. “Two Down, One to Go” is a fabulous Darlene episode, though.

    Those Louis-Dreyfus submissions were solid, though I wouldn’t say among her best from the series’ run. As for the other three, I can’t recall the episodes specifically, though I don’t remember them ever being Emmy win-worthy on their respective series.

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