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Outstanding Comedy Series Nominees:

"Arrested Development"

"Curb Your Enthusiasm"

"Everybody Loves Raymond"

"Sex and the City"

"Will & Grace"

Outstanding Drama Series Nominees:

"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation"

"Joan of Arcadia"

"Sopranos, The"

"24"

"West Wing, The"

Outstanding Made for Television Movie Nominees:

And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself

Lion in Winter, The

Reagans, The

Something the Lord Made

Ike: Countdown to D-Day

Outstanding Miniseries Nominees:

"American Family"

"Angels in America"

Hornblower: Loyalty

Prime Suspect 6

"Traffic"

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Nominees:

Larry David for "Curb Your Enthusiasm"

Kelsey Grammer for "Frasier"

Matt LeBlanc for "Friends"

Tony Shalhoub for "Monk"

John Ritter for "8 Simple Rules... for Dating My Teenage Daughter"

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Nominees:

James Gandolfini for "Sopranos, The"

Kiefer Sutherland for "24"

Martin Sheen for "West Wing, The"

Anthony LaPaglia for "Without a Trace"

James Spader for "Practice, The"

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie Nominees:

Antonio Banderas for And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself

Al Pacino for "Angels in America"

James Brolin for Reagans, The

Alan Rickman for Something the Lord Made

Mos Def for Something the Lord Made

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Nominees:

Patricia Heaton for "Everybody Loves Raymond"

Jennifer Aniston for "Friends"

Bonnie Hunt for "Life with Bonnie"

Jane Kaczmarek for "Malcolm in the Middle"

Sarah Jessica Parker for "Sex and the City"

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Nominees:

Jennifer Garner for "Alias"

Amber Tamblyn for "Joan of Arcadia"

Edie Falco for "Sopranos, The"

Allison Janney for "West Wing, The"

Mariska Hargitay for "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie Nominees:

Meryl Streep for "Angels in America"

Glenn Close for Lion in Winter, The

Helen Mirren for Prime Suspect 6

Judy Davis for Reagans, The

Emma Thompson for "Angels in America"

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Nominees:

Jeffrey Tambor for "Arrested Development"

Peter Boyle for "Everybody Loves Raymond"

Brad Garrett for "Everybody Loves Raymond"

David Hyde Pierce for "Frasier"

Sean Hayes for "Will & Grace"

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Nominees:

Victor Garber for "Alias"

Brad Dourif for "Deadwood"

Steve Buscemi for "Sopranos, The"

Michael Imperioli for "Sopranos, The"

John Spencer for "West Wing, The"

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie Nominees:

Justin Kirk for "Angels in America"

Ben Shenkman for "Angels in America"

Patrick Wilson for "Angels in America"

Jeffrey Wright for "Angels in America"

William H. Macy for Stealing Sinatra

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Nominees:

Doris Roberts for "Everybody Loves Raymond"

Kim Cattrall for "Sex and the City"

Kristin Davis for "Sex and the City"

Cynthia Nixon for "Sex and the City"

Megan Mullally for "Will & Grace"

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Nominees:

Tyne Daly for "Judging Amy"

Drea de Matteo for "Sopranos, The"

Stockard Channing for "West Wing, The"

Janel Moloney for "West Wing, The"

Robin Weigert for "Deadwood"

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie Nominees:

Mary-Louise Parker for "Angels in America"

Angela Lansbury for Blackwater Lightship, The

Anne Heche for Gracie's Choice

Anjelica Huston for Iron Jawed Angels

Julie Andrews for Eloise at Christmastime

Outstanding Variety, Music Or Comedy Series

Chappelle’s Show

The Daily Show With Jon Stewart

Late Night With Conan O’Brien

Late Show With David Letterman

Saturday Night Live

Outstanding Reality Program

Colonial House

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

Penn & Teller: Bullshit!

Project Greenlight

Queer Eye For The Straight Guy

Outstanding Reality-Competition Program

The Amazing Race

American Idol

The Apprentice

Last Comic Standing

Survivor

Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series

Deadwood • Deadwood (Pilot)

The Sopranos • Where’s Johnny?

The Sopranos • Unidentified Black Males

The Sopranos • Long Term Parking

The Sopranos • Irregular Around The Margins

Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series

Arrested Development • Pilot

Frasier • Goodnight, Seattle

Scrubs • My Screwup

Sex And The City • An American Girl In Paris (Part Deux) •

Sex And The City • The Ick Factor

Outstanding Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Program

Chappelle’s Show

Chris Rock: Never Scared

The Daily Show With Jon Stewart

Late Night With Conan O’Brien

Late Show With David Letterman

Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series

Fred Willard - Everybody Loves Raymond

Anthony LaPaglia - Frasier

Danny DeVito - Friends

John Turturro - Monk

John Cleese - Will & Grace

Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series

Bob Newhart - ER

James Earl Jones - Everwood

William Shatner - The Practice

Matthew Perry - The West Wing

Martin Landau - Without A Trace

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series

Louise Fletcher - Joan Of Arcadia

Mare Winningham - Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Marlee Matlin - Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Betty White - The Practice

Sharon Stone - The Practice

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series

Georgia Engel - Everybody Loves Raymond

Laura Linney - Frasier

Christina Applegate - Friends

Cloris Leachman - Malcolm In The Middle

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Scrubs gets screwed for the third straight season. "My Screwup" should have vaulted the show into the Outstanding Comedy Series, and put both John C McGinley and Zach Braff in the acting categories, but of course not. No disrespect to the man, but John Ritter was in all of like 3 episodes of 8 Simple Rules season 2, Kelsey Grammer is shit, and David Nelson is overrated. As for the supporting actor category (which I suppose McGinley would have been in), Sean Hayes is no longer anything more than an unfunny stereotype, David Hyde Pierce is offensively unfunny, and either Peter Boyle or Brad Garrett should have been nominated. Not both of them. Scrubs got hosed.

As for my Predictions:

Outstanding Comedy Series Nominees:

"Sex and the City"

One last chance to reward an overrated comedy series. The Golden Globes took the opportunity, so will the Emmies.

Outstanding Drama Series Nominees:

"Sopranos, The"

Ditto, although take out the last chance part.

Outstanding Made for Television Movie Nominees:

And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself

When this TV movie debuted, industry types laughed. And laughed. And despite the fact that most average TV watchers weren't laughing, they nominated it for shit. Add the fact that Antonio Banderas gives these industry types a real hard on and the end result is pretty predictable.

Outstanding Miniseries Nominees:

"Angels in America"

No bones about this one. Haven't seen it yet but I've yet to hear bad feedback from people I know about it. No contention here.

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Nominees:

Larry David for "Curb Your Enthusiasm"

One note jokes seem to do well with critics. This is the king of them. Zach Braff should have got both a nomination and a win, but I guess there's always next year.*snicker*

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Nominees:

James Gandolfini for "Sopranos, The"

The moral of the story is, if you want to have a vibrant youth, don't expect to win any awards later on. Despite being the obvious choice for winner in this category three years running, Kiefer is going to get screwed again. That and The Sopranos are on HBO, and it's always better on HBO, right?

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie Nominees:

Al Pacino for "Angels in America"

No snide comments here, Pacino rules. Except for in Gigli. That wasn't too hot.

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Nominees:

Sarah Jessica Parker for "Sex and the City"

Same as my first comment about Sex and the City, just replace series with actress.

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Nominees:

Amber Tamblyn for "Joan of Arcadia"

I get the eerie feeling that the Emmy voters may just do the right thing in this category, as Joan of Arcadia seems to be Emmy friendly. Then again they might not and we'd have to listen to another stupid Edie Falco speech.

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie Nominees:

Meryl Streep for "Angels in America"

Ditto to my Pacino comment. Save Gigli. She was smarter than that.

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Nominees:

Sean Hayes for "Will & Grace"

And the category that officially turns the Award show in to a farce is... None of the nominees that I've actually seen (I've yet to see Arrested Development) deserve a nomination in this category. John McGinley deserves to win it. Yet he gets no mention, while Sean Hayes perpetrates stereotypes in unconvincing fashion and will probably win it. If McGinley isn't nominated next year, I'm coming to the award show with a shotgun.

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Nominees:

Steve Buscemi for "Sopranos, The"

I got nothing against Steve Buscemi getting some props. Even if the Sopranos do suck hard. Because they do, you know.

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie Nominees:

Jeffrey Wright for "Angels in America"

...

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Nominees:

Megan Mullally for "Will & Grace"

!!!

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Nominees:

Stockard Channing for "West Wing, The"

I care so little about this category it's offensive. But Stockard Channing made herself a critical darling with the Matthew Shephard Story, so I guess that was her in to this. Grease sucked.

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie Nominees:

Mary-Louise Parker for "Angels in America"

*tapdances*

Outstanding Variety, Music Or Comedy Series

The Daily Show With Jon Stewart

Speaking of critical darlings...

Outstanding Reality Program

Project Greenlight

This show is perfect for industry types to get together and tell inside jokes. It's also Godly when you see the rest of the competition. Where's the nomination for Making the Band 2?  :shifty:

Outstanding Reality-Competition Program

Survivor

*whistles the Survivor theme* Even a marginal couple of competitions this year didn't stop it from being the best Reality show on television. Hopefully Vanuatu shakes things up to bring it back to what it was in the first 4 seasons.

Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series

The Sopranos - Unidentified Black Males

This episode sucked. Then again, most episodes of The Sopranos suck. Since 4 of the 5 nominees in this category are the Suckpranos, I find it hard to believe Deadwood has much of a shot.

Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series

Arrested Development - Pilot

"Har Har Adam. Remember way back when in the 80's when we were filming that picture and the exact same thing happened? We should really nominate Arrested Development. Oh that wacky Ron Howard boy, he's so crazy. Now give me some love... in my pants..."

Outstanding Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Program

The Daily Show With Jon Stewart

Ditto about the first Daily Show comment, although I'm a Kilborn man myself.

Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series

Anthony LaPaglia - Frasier

Damn, you got to be one hell of an actor to act drunk all the time. Oh wait, he's an actor, being reliant on substances comes natural to him...

Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series

Bob Newhart - ER

I'm not so sure he'll win, but he'd better.

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series

Louise Fletcher - Joan Of Arcadia

Ditto, but she's not a he.

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series

Laura Linney - Frasier

MEH! *vomits all over the Emmies*

Obviously those are predictions, not my opinions on who should win. Who knows, perhaps my cynicism will be proven wrong, and all of the right people will win. LOL, NAAH!!!

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Serious lack of love for Alias, Six Feet Under and the Shield, and is the Sopranos really THAT good of a show?  I've never watched it.

The Shield, or at least Michael Chiklis should be nominated. But the general thought is that season three wasn't up to par with the previous two seasons. I, for one, thought it was a great season, but I am probably biased as it is my all time favorite show.

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The Shield, or at least Michael Chiklis should be nominated. But the general thought is that season three wasn't up to par with the previous two seasons. I, for one, thought it was a great season, but I am probably biased as it is my all time favorite show.

Yeah, I haven't seen Season 3 yet since I watch just about all my TV on DVD. I always have to work when the shows I want to watch are on. But still, Chiklis, Martinez, Goggins, and definitely CCH Pounder's acting are definitely Emmy worthy. Any of those would be great to at least put some damn variety in there. We might as well just call them the Sopranos/West Wing/Sex In The City awards.

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Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie Nominees:

Antonio Banderas for And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself

Al Pacino for "Angels in America"

James Brolin for Reagans, The

Alan Rickman for Something the Lord Made

Mos Def for Something the Lord Made

Holy shit. That's awesome. I knew Mos was a good actor but i never knew he was Emmy worthy (although Beatnik just ripped the the award show apart so his nomination might not be justified). I never imagined to see his name in the same catigory as Al Pacino & Antonio Banderas. Good to see Chappelle's show getting love aswell.

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I also feel that Scrubs is being incredibly cheated by both the awards and NBC who seems to change its schedule every over week. I do believe that it is the best comedy out there, and both Zach Braff and the guy who plays Dr. Cox deserve some kind of award.

The Sopranos' final 4-5 episodes left a good taste in most people's mouth so I expect them to win the most awards, although Ian McShane should have been nominated and should have won the best actor category for Deadwood. And as much as it pains, Kiefer's Jack Bauer just isn't as good a character as Jimmy's Tony Soprano.

Comedy wise, it seems Sex and the City's gonna sweep up a bunch of awards as a farewell to the show. Angels in America will win best mini-series. Otherwise, I'm expecting the Sopranos to rack up in all the categories.

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I also feel that Scrubs is being incredibly cheated by both the awards and NBC who seems to change its schedule every over week. I do believe that it is the best comedy out there, and both Zach Braff and the guy who plays Dr. Cox deserve some kind of award.

True dat. In fairness to NBC, they've actually now renewed it for the next two seasons, which is a rarity among modern sitcoms (I believe it's one of two returning sitcoms for the network). The thing about Scrubs is that it somehow manages to not only maintain it's standard, but get better with each year. My Screwup is one of the best episodes of television I've ever seen.

The Sopranos' final 4-5 episodes left a good taste in most people's mouth so I expect them to win the most awards, although Ian McShane should have been nominated and should have won the best actor category for Deadwood. And as much as it pains, Kiefer's Jack Bauer just isn't as good a character as Jimmy's Tony Soprano.

When it comes to Outstanding Performance by an Actor, how good a character isn't a factor, or at least it shouldn't be. The award should be given out to the actor who best performs his character, not the writer who best creates one. The fact of the matter is that Kiefer Sutherland took an extremely one dimensional character and made him into one of the best on Television. James Gandolfini curses alot.

Why wasn't Joe Montagea (sp?) or Mary Steenburgen nominated for Joan Of Arcadia? *sulks*

They were both excellent, but I'd still say that 3 Emmy nominations in its first season is quite an accomplishment.

Am I the only one who thinks that John Ritter wouldn't want to be nominated for simply dying?

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Serious lack of love for Alias, Six Feet Under and the Shield, and is the Sopranos really THAT good of a show?  I've never watched it.

The Sopranos used to be that good of a show but now they're getting nominations because of their reputation. The last couple of seasons have sucked.

These nominations are a joke based on the simple fact that Ian McShane wasn't nominated for best male lead (or would he be considered supporting) in a drama. He was absolutely masterful as Al Swearengen in Deadwood. At least Deadwood got nominated for writing and for Brad Dourif's Doc Cochran. I wasn't all that impressed with Robin Weigert playing Calamity Jane. In fact, I thought she overdid it.

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Here's my predictions.

Outstanding Comedy Series Nominees:

"Curb Your Enthusiasm"

It's the best currently running comedy on TV, save Chappelle's Show. Hopefully Emmy is smart enough to pick it.

Outstanding Drama Series Nominees:

"Sopranos, The"

Does 24 have a chance? NO. Emmy is gonna hand a million awards to The Sopranos whether we like it or not.

Outstanding Made for Television Movie Nominees:

Something the Lord Made

It may not be Emmy's favorite of the bunch, but here's hoping it really is.

Outstanding Miniseries Nominees:

"Angels in America"

With all the acclaim about this, it will win.

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Nominees:

Larry David for "Curb Your Enthusiasm"

Again, it's oh so obvious who's winning this.

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Nominees:

James Gandolfini for "Sopranos, The"

Like Beatnik said, Sutherland deserves it more than any of the rest, but Emmy must give awards to the crazy man.

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie Nominees:

Mos Def for Something the Lord Made

It might seem stupid, but this rapper can act. Great even. I'm going out on a limb and say that somebody can beat Pacino.

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Nominees:

Jennifer Aniston for "Friends"

Let's face it, Friends will probably get major awards as well.

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Nominees:

Edie Falco for "Sopranos, The"

Again, look up.

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie Nominees:

Meryl Streep for "Angels in America"

If there's one actress critics worship, it's Meryl Streep.

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Nominees:

Brad Garrett for "Everybody Loves Raymond"

I hope to God that Hayes's stereotypical gay guy doesn't win it. In fact, I DEMAND IT!

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Nominees:

Steve Buscemi for "Sopranos, The"

The only man part of The Popranos train I'd be somewhat happy to see win something.

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie Nominees:

Patrick Wilson for "Angels in America"

Just a toss-up between the Angels noms. Macy has no chance.

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Nominees:

Kim Cattrall for "Sex and the City"

Yes, SATC will get at least one Emmy before the night is over. Better let it be this one.

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Nominees:

Drea de Matteo for "Sopranos, The"

See other Sopranos reasoning.

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie Nominees:

Mary-Louise Parker for "Angels in America"

AIA will win some awards, and this one is too easy.

Outstanding Variety, Music Or Comedy Series

Chappelle’s Show

The best comedy on television. There, I said it.

Outstanding Reality Program

Project Greenlight

If those queer guys win, I'm stealing Beatnik's shotgun and I'm shooting up the place.

Outstanding Reality-Competition Program

The Amazing Race

I just have a feeling that this will win. Decisively, even.

Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series

The Sopranos • Unidentified Black Males

Again, Sopranos win. Poor Deadwood.

Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series

Scrubs • My Screwup

Just for that little hope that Scrubs might win.

Outstanding Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Program

Chappelle's Show

Again, see first Chappelle's Show prediction.

Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series

Danny DeVito - Friends

Again, they're going to give some awards to Friends.

Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series

Bob Newhart - ER

If there's any shot of Emmy getting it right, it's this award.

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series

Louise Fletcher - Joan Of Arcadia

Nothing really to comment.

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series

Christina Applegate - Friends

See Friends comments.

That's it. I do agree with the fact that there's no noms for The Shield.

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When it comes to Outstanding Performance by an Actor, how good a character isn't a factor, or at least it shouldn't be. The award should be given out to the actor who best performs his character, not the writer who best creates one. The fact of the matter is that Kiefer Sutherland took an extremely one dimensional character and made him into one of the best on Television. James Gandolfini curses alot.

The problem is that when the voters will take a look at both characters, they are more likely to vote for Gandolfini because Tony Soprano character is better devellopped and is probably an easier acting job than Sutherland's Jack Bauer. 24 is more of an action show, and Bauer is a character that only has one goal: To stop the bad guys. The fact that Sutherland manages to give depth to that character shows that his acting skills are superb. On the other hand, Tony Soprano is written as a character that has all of sorts of dimensions and emotions. The fact that the Sopranos' writting is superb is what makes the acting on the show, not necessarilly the actors themselves. While Gandolfini, De Matteo, Falco and Buscemi are superb actors, they pretty much just have to portray an awesome character and that makes them look better to the eyes of others. I myself fall into that trap often. Sutherland took a character that should be a "yes, no, shoot" type of character and made him fantastic. Soprano is an amazing character and is played to perfection by Gandolfini. This is what I mean when I say that Gandolfini will take it. He has a character so interesting that it overshadows his acting.

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Outstanding Comedy Series Nominees:

"Arrested Development"

"Curb Your Enthusiasm"

"Everybody Loves Raymond"

"Sex and the City"

"Will & Grace"

Outstanding Drama Series  Nominees:

"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation"

"Joan of Arcadia"

"Sopranos, The"

"24"

"West Wing, The"

Outstanding Made for Television Movie Nominees:

And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself

Lion in Winter, The

Reagans, The

Something the Lord Made

Ike: Countdown to D-Day

Outstanding Miniseries Nominees:

"American Family" 

"Angels in America"

Hornblower: Loyalty

Prime Suspect 6

"Traffic"

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Nominees:

Larry David for "Curb Your Enthusiasm"

Kelsey Grammer for "Frasier"

Matt LeBlanc for "Friends"

Tony Shalhoub for "Monk"

John Ritter for "8 Simple Rules... for Dating My Teenage Daughter"

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Nominees:

James Gandolfini for "Sopranos, The"

Kiefer Sutherland for "24"

Martin Sheen for "West Wing, The" 

Anthony LaPaglia for "Without a Trace"

James Spader for "Practice, The"

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie Nominees:

Antonio Banderas for And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself

Al Pacino for "Angels in America"

James Brolin for Reagans, The

Alan Rickman for Something the Lord Made

Mos Def for Something the Lord Made

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Nominees:

Patricia Heaton for "Everybody Loves Raymond"

Jennifer Aniston for "Friends"

Bonnie Hunt for "Life with Bonnie"

Jane Kaczmarek for "Malcolm in the Middle"

Sarah Jessica Parker for "Sex and the City"

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Nominees:

Jennifer Garner for "Alias"

Amber Tamblyn for "Joan of Arcadia"

Edie Falco for "Sopranos, The"

Allison Janney for "West Wing, The"

Mariska Hargitay for "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" 

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie Nominees:

Meryl Streep for "Angels in America"

Glenn Close for Lion in Winter, The

Helen Mirren for Prime Suspect 6

Judy Davis for Reagans, The

Emma Thompson for "Angels in America" 

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Nominees:

Jeffrey Tambor for "Arrested Development"

Peter Boyle for "Everybody Loves Raymond"

Brad Garrett for "Everybody Loves Raymond"

David Hyde Pierce for "Frasier"

Sean Hayes for "Will & Grace"

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Nominees:

Victor Garber for "Alias"

Brad Dourif for "Deadwood"

Steve Buscemi for "Sopranos, The"

Michael Imperioli for "Sopranos, The"

John Spencer for "West Wing, The"

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie Nominees:

Justin Kirk for "Angels in America"

Ben Shenkman for "Angels in America"

Patrick Wilson for "Angels in America"

Jeffrey Wright for "Angels in America"

William H. Macy for Stealing Sinatra 

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Nominees:

Doris Roberts for "Everybody Loves Raymond"

Kim Cattrall for "Sex and the City" 

Kristin Davis for "Sex and the City" 

Cynthia Nixon for "Sex and the City"

Megan Mullally for "Will & Grace"

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Nominees:

Tyne Daly for "Judging Amy"

Drea de Matteo for "Sopranos, The"

Stockard Channing for "West Wing, The"

Janel Moloney for "West Wing, The"

Robin Weigert for "Deadwood"

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie Nominees:

Mary-Louise Parker for "Angels in America"

Angela Lansbury for Blackwater Lightship, The

Anne Heche for Gracie's Choice

Anjelica Huston for Iron Jawed Angels

Julie Andrews for Eloise at Christmastime

Outstanding Variety, Music Or Comedy Series

Chappelle’s Show

The Daily Show With Jon Stewart 

Late Night With Conan O’Brien

Late Show With David Letterman

Saturday Night Live

Outstanding Reality Program

Colonial House

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

Penn & Teller: Bullshit!

Project Greenlight

Queer Eye For The Straight Guy

Outstanding Reality-Competition Program

The Amazing Race

American Idol

The Apprentice

Last Comic Standing

Survivor

Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series

Deadwood • Deadwood (Pilot)

The Sopranos • Where’s Johnny?

The Sopranos • Unidentified Black Males

The Sopranos • Long Term Parking

The Sopranos • Irregular Around The Margins

Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series

Arrested Development • Pilot

Frasier • Goodnight, Seattle

Scrubs • My Screwup

Sex And The City • An American Girl In Paris (Part Deux) •

Sex And The City • The Ick Factor

Outstanding Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Program

Chappelle’s Show

Chris Rock: Never Scared

The Daily Show With Jon Stewart

Late Night With Conan O’Brien

Late Show With David Letterman

Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series

Fred Willard - Everybody Loves Raymond

Anthony LaPaglia - Frasier

Danny DeVito - Friends

John Turturro - Monk

John Cleese - Will & Grace

Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series

Bob Newhart - ER

James Earl Jones - Everwood

William Shatner - The Practice

Matthew Perry - The West Wing

Martin Landau - Without A Trace

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series

Louise Fletcher -  Joan Of Arcadia

Mare Winningham - Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Marlee Matlin - Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Betty White - The Practice

Sharon Stone - The Practice

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series

Georgia Engel  - Everybody Loves Raymond

Laura Linney - Frasier

Christina Applegate - Friends

Cloris Leachman - Malcolm In The Middle

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Those are my predictions

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Here are the animation nominees according to Toon Zone...

The 56th Annual Primetime Emmys will air on September 19, 2004, on ABC. The following animated shows received nominations:

Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour): Futurama: "The Sting" (Fox); Samurai Jack: "The Birth of Evil" (Cartoon Network); The Simpsons: "The Way We Weren't" (Fox); South Park: "Christmas in Canada" (Comedy Central); SpongeBob SquarePants: "SpongeBob BC" (Nickelodeon).

Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or More): The Powerpuff Girls: "Twas the Fight Before Christmas" (Cartoon Network); Star Wars: Clone Wars (Cartoon Network).

Other animation-related nominees include:

Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore):

The Simpsons • Treehouse Of Horror XIV • FOX • Gracie Films in association with 20th Century Fox Television; Music by Alf Clausen

Outstanding Music And Lyrics:

The Fairly OddParents • Abracatastrophe (Song: Wish Come True!) • Nickelodeon • Nickelodeon Animation Studio; Music by Guy Moon, Lyrics by Butch Hartman and Steve Marmel

Futurama • The Devil’s Hands Are Idle Playthings (Song: I Want My Hands Back) • FOX • Curiosity Company in association with 20th Century Fox Television; Music and Lyrics by Ken Keeler

The Simpsons • The President Wore Pearls (Song: Vote for a Winner) • FOX • Gracie Films in association with 20th Century Fox Television; Music by Alf Clausen, Lyrics by Dana Gould

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