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    In our 'Days Of Our Lives' News Room, keeps you up-to-date with the latest Soap Opera news on the net. We also feature interviews with the soap stars, as well as local appearances by the actors and actresses.

    Days Of Our Lives' 39th Annual Daytime Emmy Reels.

    Wednesday, June 13 2012

    The scenes that made them nominees.

    If you've been wondering what the cast members of "Days Of Our Lives" sent in to receive their Daytime Emmy nominations, has all of the information. Here's a look through the scenes that the actors submitted.

    Crystal Chappell (Carly Manning) submitted a scene from episode #11655, which aired on August 19, 2011 to the Outstanding Lead Actress category.

    While being treated for addiction, Carly flipped out in her room, yelling about being able to diagnose herself. She writhed around on the floor in withdrawals, swatting at herself and begging for drugs. When Nicholas arrived, she screamed for forgiveness.

    Read Fine Champagne And Paper Cups for more.

    Matthew Ashford (Jack Devereaux) submitted a scene from episode #11725, which aired on November 30, 2011 to the Outstanding Supporting Actor category.

    At the pub, Marlena found Jack after he cancelled an appointment with her. He wasn't ready to face his demons from his torture in Afghanistan. Later, at Marlena's townhouse, Jack sobbed as he remembered how horrifying it was when his friend was tortured and killed.

    Read That Man Is Mean Mean Mean for more.

    Chandler Massey (Will Horton) submitted a scene from episode #11746, which aired December 29, 2011 to the Outstanding Younger Actor category.

    Marlena attempted to get Will to discuss his feelings. He explained to her that his relationship with Gabi failed because he didn't care about her the way she needed him to. Their relationship was lacking intimacy. She tried getting him to open up more but he couldn't.

    Read Trading One Jail Cell For Another for more.

    Molly Burnett (Melanie Jonas) submitted a scene from episode # 11499, which aired January 10, 2011 to the Outstanding Younger Actress category.

    Mel told her dad that she was glad not to be going through her divorce alone. She lashed out at Kayla and yelled at Daniel that she couldn't forgive all those who knew about Caroline switching the baby results. He calmed her down and she agreed to move in with him. Later, she kicked Chloe out and then began puking.

    Read Are You Late for more.

    Shelly Hennig (Stephanie Johnson) submitted a scene from episode # 11499, which aired January 10, 2011 to the Outstanding Younger Actress category.

    In her scene, she was preparing for her wedding. As she tries on her dress and dreamed of her happy day, it took a sour turn. Nathan rushed in to ranted at her for deceiving him. He dumped her and she begged for his forgiveness.

    Read Are You Late for more.

    For the Outstanding Writing Team category, the series submitted episode: #11710, which aired on November 7, 2011.

    Jennifer and Jack were trapped in the cabin. Jenn comforted Jack during flashbacks of his time spent as a prisoner in Afghanistan. Nicole and EJ were together discussing his feelings for her, Brady and Madison had a little fun while stranded in Titan offices, and Daniel learned that Maggie’s his biological mother.

    Read I Like Your Style Dude for more.

    For the Outstanding Drama series category, the series submitted episode #11714, which aired on November 11, 2011.

    Bo and Hope discussed the various mysteries that Alice left behind. Over at the pub come, the Bradys gathered to see John. The place came under fire from a gunman outraged at John's supposed thievery and Sami did laundry.

    Read To Alice A Symbol Of Our Bond for more.

    For the full list of Daytime contenders check out the 39th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards Nominations.

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    Posted by angeladays at Wednesday, June 13 2012 03:07 PM

    With the recent firing of six cast members, and now the departures of Molly Burnett and Peter Reckell, Days might as well close their doors now. They have broken up every super couple and now forever tarnished the relationships of Rafe/Sami and Sami/Will. There are no super couples left. All the more reason that they should NOT have fired Matthew Ashford AGAIN. I have been watching Days for the past 20 years, and I have never have been has disappointed as I have been the last year. Sami and Rafe were so good together, and what was the point of the whole Madison/Ian/Kate/Brady storyline. Kill Gabi already. Cam and Abby have no chemistry whatsoever. What's the point of bringing Nick back? And you have Kayla back, but no Steve so you are going to ruin their marriage as well? Lovely. You are ruining the legacy of the show. Don't make promises you can't keep Days - as the last reboot was a major failure and now you have fan favorites leaving....Do you want to stay on the air or not?

    Posted by Chrissi at Thursday, June 14 2012 08:06 AM

    How did you feel about the Daytime Emmy clips angeladays?

    I thought they were pretty good clips and have high hopes that we will see winners this year!

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