Watch the clips below from the episodes, which will be the sole basis for judging, the nominees from "All My Children" submitted for Daytime Emmy consideration.
The show submitted episode 10505 from November 23, 2010 when David (Vincent Irizarry) returned just as Greenlee (Rebecca Budig) was convicted of his murder. Read the full recap at You've Got Some Explaining To Do.
Outstanding Lead Actress nominee Alicia Minshew submitted episode 10504 from November 22, 2010 when Kendall learned Zach's (Thorsten Kaye) plane went down. Read more at Kendall Gets the Tragic News.
Outstanding Lead Actress Nominee Debbi Morgan submitted episode 10418 from July 19, 2010 when a scared Angie called Jake (Ricky Paull Goldin) because her blindness was getting worse. Read the full recap at You Can Count on Me.
Outstanding Lead Actor nominee Ricky Paull Goldin submitted episode 10379 from May 20, 2010 when Jake surprised Amanda (Chrishell Stause) with a second proposal in front of their friends and family. Read the whole recap at Surprise!
Outstanding Supporting Actress Melissa Claire Egan submitted episode 19475 from October 8, 2010 when Annie challenged JR about their attraction to each other. Read the full recap at A Gleam In His Eye.
Outstanding Younger Actress nominee Brittany Allen submitted episode 10443 from August 24, 2010 where Marissa told JR (Jacob Young) about sleeping with Scott (then played by Adam Mayfield) and ended their marriage. Read the full recap at Clearing Out the Toxins.
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