The 39th Daytime Emmy Awards will be handed out next week. Before that happens, watch the reels the show and actors submitted and decide for yourself who should be awarded Daytime's top prize.
Outstanding Lead Actor: Darnell Williams (Jesse Hubbard). Episode #10588: March 30, 2011. Jesse helped Angie give birth at the abandoned house right before he switched her stillborn baby with the live baby Brot found in his squad car. Read the full recap at Mommy's Here.
Outstanding Lead Actress: Debbi Morgan (Angie Hubbard). Episode #19695: August 30, 2011. After finally telling Angie their baby had died, Jesse brought her to their daughter's grave where she grieved. Read the full episode at Mommy's Here. (Same title as above, but different date.)
Outstanding Supporting Actress: Melissa Claire Egan (Annie Lavery). Episode # unknown: February 14, 2011. Annie locked Marissa in the attack, unaware there was a gas leak. She then faced J.R. about causing Kendall's ambulance crash and broke down over the thought of going to Oak Haven. Read the full recap at Forever.
Outstanding Writing Team. Episode #10712: September 23, 2011. The final episode of "All My Children" featured Marian and Stuart reuniting, Jack dumping Erica, a downward spiraling J.R. brandishing a gun and a shot ringing out at the Chandler mansion party. Read the full recap at To Pine Valley.
Outstanding Drama Series. Episodes #10711 & 10712: September 22 & 23, 2011. The final two episodes featured Stuart resurfacing and the Chandler mansion party where J.R. may or may not have taken out his revenge on a fellow Pine Valleyite. Read the full recaps at Home Where He Belongs and To Pine Valley.
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