No one at The Envelope has more passion for the daytime soap dramas or a better grasp of their Emmy chances than our forums moderator Matthew "Boidiva2" Cormier.
Here's who he thinks will reap bids when nominations are unveiled Wednesday morning at 11 a.m.
In the past CBS' best chance at winning was "The Young and the Restless," but this year that show was nearly ruined by show runner Lynn Marie Latham and was harshly criticized by both fans and critics for being off-focus and losing sight of its history and characters.
"General Hospital" is an old standby in this race with the record for most wins and it's basically repeated its past strategy of producing several special effects-laden episodes that are meant solely for getting Emmy votes.
In one interview he claimed the brit fury barely taller. Many of the heights listed here are off not to mention time of the day etc. He looked as tall as Charles Barkley in pics and Barkley reliably isn't even 6'5.Going to a fast food restaurant, a worker takes his lunch break in the parking lot and is accosted by a panhandler asking for money.The panhandler had ransacked a car previously and found a pistol under the seat."As The World Turns" could easily be replaced by "The Guiding Light" which tied "Y&R" for the win last year, but all the hype surrounding the show and its mishandling of the Luke/Noah story could get them some votes.Lastly, "One Life to Live" had what can only be described as a transformative year.Rosie and Alex have been best friends since they were 5, so they couldn't possibly be right for one another..could they?