37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards TV Show
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  • Regis Philben should retire or stick with Kelly Ripa banter because he was boring and out of his element hosting this show

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      What can I say about the 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards that were recently held in Las Vegas, Nevada? Well, there’s not a lot of good to say. The daytime genre is dying, a victim of cable and technology as well as the lack of inventive storytelling for the soap operas. It’s been a struggle in recent years to find a home for their Emmy event. This one had prime time coverage but it felt more like a Las Vegas travelogue than anything else.

      What was with


      the Vegas numbers that took up so much time? The Lion King is by my own admission a wonderful story with great numbers, but what is it doing on the Daytime Emmys? These numbers took up more time than the awards.

      I did enjoy the Dick Clark tribute because Clark deserves it and he’s important to daytime because of his string of game show hits. However, I question the lack of star power there to support him. While Marie Osmond was one of the singers who saluted Clark, did ...


      • she really need 2 outfits for the tribute? She wore one for her solo and another for the group number. Osmond has had a difficult year and I’m sad to say that it shows.

        The tribute to Agnes Nixon deserved so much more than she got. This woman helped to shape daytime into relevancy with interracial and drug addiction storylines on One Life to Live and then brought AIDS into perspective and dealt with abortion issues on All My Children. She had a weak two minutes of tribute.

        It was horrid and disrespectful.

        Regis Philben should retire or stick with Kelly Ripa banter because he was boring and out of his element hosting this show. He hasn’t a clue what’s happening.

        Susan Lucci was wonderful, but the dress change thing was overkill.

        The hype of the Las Vegas Hilton with Laura MacKenzie was another reminder of how this show was more a plug for Vegas than for the daytime stars.

        There were big lapses, ones that were inexcusable. I appreciated the Clark tribute, but other than that, this thing was a disaster.




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