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<b>Question:</b> Which lucky lady will take the spot of last year’s Emmy winner <a href="http://topics.latimes.com/entertainment/people/katherine-heigl"><b>Katherine Heigl</b></a> -- who infamously <a href="http://goldderby.latimes.com/awards_goldderby/2008/06/katherine-heigl.html"><b>withdrew her name</b></a> because she thought the material was lacking -- on the list of supporting drama actress nominees?<br>
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<b>Best Guess:</b> It’s not a definite she would have been re-rewarded for her work this season (last year’s male recipient, Terry O'Quinn from “Lost,” didn’t make the top 10 cut this year). But there are few shoo-ins this year for the prize. <a href="http://topics.latimes.com/entertainment/tv/damages"><b>“Damages”</b></a> star <a href="http://topics.latimes.com/entertainment/people/rose-byrne"><b>Rose Byrne</b></a> seems likely, as does Candice "Emmy-voters-worship-at-my-feet" <a href="http://topics.latimes.com/entertainment/tv/boston-legal"><b>Bergen (“Boston Legal”)</b></a> and previous winner <a href="/"><b>Sandra Oh (“Grey’s Anatomy”).</b></a> After that the field is wide open, but here are our best guesses to round out the category: In spite of a lackluster season on <a href="http://topics.latimes.com/entertainment/tv/brothers-and-sisters"><b>“Brothers & Sisters,” Rachel Griffiths</b></a> could still pocket a nomination as could the venerable <a href="http://topics.latimes.com/entertainment/tv/in-treatment"><b>Dianne Wiest (“In Treatment”).</b></a>
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( Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times; ABC )

Question: Which lucky lady will take the spot of last year’s Emmy winner Katherine Heigl -- who infamously withdrew her name because she thought the material was lacking -- on the list of supporting drama actress nominees?

Best Guess: It’s not a definite she would have been re-rewarded for her work this season (last year’s male recipient, Terry O'Quinn from “Lost,” didn’t make the top 10 cut this year). But there are few shoo-ins this year for the prize. “Damages” star Rose Byrne seems likely, as does Candice "Emmy-voters-worship-at-my-feet" Bergen (“Boston Legal”) and previous winner Sandra Oh (“Grey’s Anatomy”). After that the field is wide open, but here are our best guesses to round out the category: In spite of a lackluster season on “Brothers & Sisters,” Rachel Griffiths could still pocket a nomination as could the venerable Dianne Wiest (“In Treatment”).

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