Submitted scenes.

For those wondering what material the "General Hospital" Daytime Emmy nominees submitted, check out the following clips from the episodes that will be judged.

The show submitted episode 12106 for Outstanding Drama Series from July 23, 2010 when Jason (Steve Burton) and Dante (Dominic Zamprogna) tracked Franco (James Franco) to California. To read the recap go to Give Yourself To The Experience.

Outstanding Lead Actor nominee Maurice Benard submitted episode 12015 from March 16, 2010 when Sonny reeled after seeing Kristina (Lexi Ainsworth) beaten in the hospital and goes after the falsely accused Ethan. For more go to Just Like Your Grandmother.

Outstanding Lead Actress nominee Laura Wright submitted episode 12054 from May 10, 2010 when Carly said goodbye to Michael (Chad Duell) before he went to prison. Read the full recap at Fancy Meeting You Here.

Outstanding Supporting Actress Nancy Lee Grahn submitted episode 12017 from March 18, 2010 portraying Alexis in the aftermath of Kristina's abuse. Read the full recap at Civic Duty is Hot.

Outstanding Supporting Actor nominee Jonathan Jackson submitted episode 12127 from January 25, 2010 when Lucky confronted Nikolas (Tyler Christopher) and Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) about their affair. For more read Nothing to Lose.

Outstanding Supporting Actor Jason Thompson submitted episode 11979 from August 24, 2010 when Patrick confessed to Robin (Kimberly McCullough) about his affair with Lisa (Brianna Brown). Read more at Game Over.

Outstanding Younger Actress Lexi Ainsworth submitted episode 12045 from April 27, 2010 when Kristina talked to her parents individually about Kiefer's (Christina Alexander) abuse. Read the full recap at The Secret to Parenting.

Outstanding Younger Actor nominee Chad Duell submitted episode 12187 from November 18, 2010 when Michael couldn't open up to Abby (Andrea Bogart) about what happened to him in prison. Get the full recap at Boundaries.

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