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January 14, 2014 at 12:17 am #452449
Hi pook! My condolences to you! I’ve sent a personal message on you here and I hope you can read that! My prayers are with you and your family in this moment.
You have your Gold Derby family supporting you at this time. And we wish you to stay strong amidst this stage.September 23, 2013 at 2:37 am #300410
Oops got Variety Directing too since it always goes to Don Roy King.
And yes, the Kenendy category as well.September 22, 2013 at 10:52 pm #300405
Drama Supporting Actor
Drama Supp Actress
Comedy Guest Actor
Most proud prediction: Bobby Cannavale
Second most proud: Getting comedy and drama directing and writing categories all correctSeptember 22, 2013 at 6:45 am #298451
Drama Series: Homeland (Showtime)
Lead Actor, Drama Series: Damian Lewis, Homeland
Lead Actress, Drama Series: Claire Danes, Homeland
Supporting Actor, Drama Series: Bobby Cannavale, Boardwalk Empire
Supporting Actress, Drama Series: Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad
Writing, Drama Series: Homeland, Q&A
Directing, Drama Series: House of Cards, Episode 1
Comedy Series: Modern Family(ABC)
Lead Actor, Comedy Series: Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock
Lead Actress, Comedy Series: Julia Louis Dreyfus, Veep
Supporting Actor, Comedy Series: Ty Burrell, Modern Family
Supporting Actress, Comedy Series: Julie Bowen, Modern Family
Writing, Comedy Series: 30 Rock Last Lunch
Directing, Comedy Series: Modern Family, Arrested
Movie/TV Minsieries: Behind the Candelabra(HBO)
Lead Actor, Movie or Miniseries: Michael Douglas, Behind the Candelabra
Lead Actress, Movie or Miniseries: Jessica Lange, American Horror Story: Asylum
Supporting Actor, Movie or Miniseries: Scott Bakula, Behind the Candelabra
Supporting Actress, Movie or Miniseries: Sarah Paulson, American Horror Story: Asylum
Writing, Movie or Miniseries: Top of the Lake
Directing, Movie or Miniseries: Steven Soderbergh, Behind the Candelabra
Reality/Competition Series: The Amazing Race
Variety Series: Daily Show with Jon StewartSeptember 21, 2013 at 4:39 pm #296174
The swapping speeches was a shared idea by Julia and Amy when they met on the red carpet that year and they both we’re saying “I think you’re gonna win later”, so thay came up with that gag.September 20, 2013 at 6:15 pm #297460
I’m predicting Bobby Cannavale for Supporting Actor. He might not have the most screentime but each moment is memorable. And I find the argument “It’s weird that (insert actor here) will be the only acting win from (insert show here).” It happens folks. It’s the Emmys. Katherine Heigl is the only one from Grey’s Anatomy who won and Scandal has an acting Emmy on its first nominated season than Mad Men has in six seasons combined. These things might not make a lot of sense in the forums, but they did happen.There’s a lot of “weird” things that happen. I’m going Cannavale with Supporting Actor.September 19, 2013 at 2:12 am #296131
Why is Movie/Mini Actress so left out in the show is what’s bothering me. It’s the only one separated.September 8, 2013 at 3:35 am #285329
I’m surprised Das Boob wasn’t submitted for Messing. That was a great tape that showed a lot of physical comedy for her. I remember laughing a lot in that episode and a wise submission on her part (at the actual Emmys). I hope once nominated, she’ll change to that.August 23, 2013 at 6:24 pm #384998
Maybe now that she has finally made an album that reached #1, she stopped trying with the annual album thing.August 21, 2013 at 1:16 pm #294940
Amazing Race is so winning that another EmmyAugust 17, 2013 at 10:18 pm #285295
Here’s the next category.
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
Talk about WOW. This is the best category by far. With lots of Emmy winning and nominated submissions here. Dang good luck to the judges of this category.August 17, 2013 at 3:20 am #294617
Kyra Sedgwick in The Closer. She’s a really good submitter, though all of her four losses were justifiable because there’s a stronger nominee with her. Good thing fifth time’s the charm for her.
Sandra Oh in Grey’s Anatomy. It’s unfortunate that she never won, but even in her weaker seasons, she managed to submit her best episode.
Edie Falco in The Sopranos. Well it seems like someone’s submitting for her (if we base it on her interview with Tom once), but she keeps on winning Emmys.
Allison Janney in The West Wing. Even when she gives WTF submissions, she still wins Emmys for it (Access), so she clearly knows what the voters want.
Doris Roberts in Everybody Loves Raymond. Always competitive because even if there are other great supporting actresses in other shows, her submissions put her above everyone else.
Julie Bowen in Modern Family. Same reason as Allison Janney. Jane Lynch in 2010 was a shoo-in but her Funky Valentine submission is very competitive.
Megan Mullally and Debra Messing in Will & Grace. Like their male counterparts, the whole W&G cast are really good submitters. Debra especially is very consistent since supporting players have two tapes each.
Tina Fey in 30 Rock. She might have only once, but she keeps on submitting episodes that can’t make predictors easily dismiss her. Her only weak one was the first episode, but even she has a rationale for submitting it (she wrote the episode).
Julia Louis Dreyfus in New Adventures of Old Christine. Same as Tina, though her weakest might be for the finale season.
Lisa Kudrow in Friends. I’d always have a spot for her just for submitting The One Hundredth and The One Where Everybody Finds Out in Season 5. Still can’t believe that’s not where her Emmy win came from.August 17, 2013 at 3:02 am #294615
James Gandolfini in The Sopranos. I’m probably one who thinks even his Pilot submission worked in his favor (despite not winning that year).
Hugh Laurie in House. His only miss was for the first season when he submitted Detox, since that is not his best episode that season.
Bryan Cranston in Breaking Bad. His first three submissions resulted to Emmys, and I’m pretty sure he came in second last year. Even his submission this year is a good one.
Kiefer Sutherland in 24 too. He’s probably one of the people who won for a good submission.
Jeremy Piven in Entourage. His Emmys wins also are a testament of this. And the only time he lost was for the first season.
Eric McCormack in Will & Grace. During the four times he was nominated, he all submitted very competitively with standout event episodes in the season that highlights him.
Sean Hayes in Will & Grace. Always competitive tapes too even if he’s not the frontrunner.
Larry David in Curb Your Enthusiasm. His brand of comedy is somethign Emmys don’t embrace with wins, but he always submit well.
Eric Stonestreet in Modern Family. Despite the way his character turned out, he’s still 3/3 in terms of submissions. Certainly the best submitter from his cast.
Jim Parsons in The Big Bang Theory. Always in the running for a win since he was nominated too, since he submits notable episodes where in Sheldon shines.August 15, 2013 at 12:23 pm #285292
Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell was Vanessa’s Emmy submission at the actual Emmys right? That’s actually a bad choice, I remember back then, seeing she has better tapes that season. I was hoping she’d submit Fey’s Sleigh Ride or Four Thanksgivings and a Funeral, as they gave Wil more screentime and range.