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Emmy Episode Analysis: Will SNL or Laurie Metcalf dominate Guest Acting Wins?

It’s time to move on from the people behind the scenes and dip our toes in the pool of talented actors and actresses on our television screens.

In order to be considered eligible for a Guest Acting Emmy, one must have appeared in less than half of the episodes in the eligible season. Poor nominee Peter MacNicol (“Veep”) found this out the hard way. He was disqualified after it was revealed he was in half of the episodes in “Veep’s” fifth season.

This week, we are taking on four categories – Guest Actor and Actress in both Drama and Comedy categories. Please be warned, spoilers to follow, thought we will try and keep it to a minimum.

What do you think?

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Written by Christopher James

Christopher James has been an Oscar obsessive ever since watching his first ceremony at age 5 when "Titanic" won Best Picture. He is a recent graduate from Loyola Marymount University with degrees in Screenwriting for Film and Television and Marketing. Christopher currently works in media strategy and planning at Liquid Advertising, based out of Los Angeles, CA. You can find Christopher running on the sunny beach, brunching at trendy restaurants or mostly just sitting in a dark room watching movies and TV in sweatpants. Follow me on Twitter @cwj92movieman

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