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Emmy Nominations: Who Was Snubbed? [POLL]

Whether its 'Downton Abbey' or 'Modern Family,' small screen favorites get their due

If you hang on to Rodger Sterling's every quip, gnash your teeth at the nefarious King Joffrey or fancy Jesse Pinkman's naivety, Thursday is an important day.

Not for Sterling-Cooper-Draper-Price, Westeros or Albuquerque, NM—but for the actors and actresses that inhabit these settings once a week on the small screen.

Emmy nominations are out, and nods include the obvious ("Mad Men" snagging 17 nominations) and some surprises (What's "American Horror Story?" It nabbed 17, too.)

(For a full list of categories of nominees, click here.)

From posh English estates to lumbering zombies in America's south, dozens of television shows, actors, directors and writers are up for accolades. So, cast a vote for your favorite in the Patch poll below. And if the Emmy committee (or Patch, for that matter) snubbed your darling, leave your impassioned diatribe in the comments section.

Kevin Zawacki July 19, 2012 at 06:06 PM
And I doubt anyone is saying the same about Thomas.
Josh Semendoff July 19, 2012 at 06:25 PM
Sons of Anarchy!!!
Michael Woyton July 19, 2012 at 06:25 PM
I really enjoyed "Downton Abbey" (I tore through both seasons in about a week), but "Mad Men" is still my favorite, only because "Walking Dead" wasn't nominated for best drams series.
Josh Semendoff July 19, 2012 at 09:24 PM
Sons of Anarchy is the Rodney Dangerfield of Dramatic Series...
Mitch Horn July 20, 2012 at 12:48 PM
I agree with the Sons of Anarchy Snub. the show s extremely well done and Katy Sagal rocks the screen as Gemma. Hollywood just can't deal with a show that doesn't cowtow to their broken system.

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