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What Barometer Would You Use to Judge a Best Actor/Actress Winner?

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What Barometer Would You Use to Judge a Best Actor/Actress Winner?

The emmy's just passed again, and I still don't quite understand it. What is used as the basis to say Gandolfini is better than Krause? Sutherland? Chiklis? Why NOT give it to someone who hasn't won already? Obviously, this isn't a "fair" awards show, but on the other hand, everyone who was nominated is good. Great, really. Why give a guy his third or so emmy when you can give it to a guy who works just as hard and played his character to the "T" but hasn't won yet? What makes one guy/girl better than the other.

So I'm curious, what would you use to make the decision? Why would you pick Tony Soprano over Jack Bauer? Over Vic Mackey? Carmela over Sydney?

Or would you do it differently? It's obviously SO subjective, but I'm curious if there's a way you'd go about it to base your decision on.

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