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Emmys 2010: How 'Lost,' 'Mad Men,' 'Glee' and 'Modern Family' will go after the gold

ausiello-emmy-predixImage Credit: Mike Yarish/AMC; Carin Baer/Fox; Bob D’Amico/ABC; Mario Perez/ABCWill the super-sized series finale help Lost win the Emmy for Outstanding Drama? Will the pilot and Madonna episodes be enough to convince voters that Glee was the funniest show last season? We found out what episodes the shows are submitting for Emmy night’s biggest categories on Aug. 29. But first, know this: a reported 300 or so members of the TV Academy serve as judges for the two categories, though they don’t see all the episodes submitted for consideration. Six are handed over from each show, and then the judges are separated into three groups, each receiving two episodes (the show producers actually choose the pairings).

Do the voters take the time to watch all of the pairings? We sure hope so. Here are all the submissions:

Outstanding Drama
Mad Men
: “My Old Kentucky Home,” “Guy Walks into an Advertising Agency,” “Seven Twenty Three,” “The Gypsy and the Hobo,” “The Grown-Ups,” “Shut the Door. Have a Seat”

Breaking Bad: “No Mas,” “Sunset,” “One Minute,” “Fly,” “Half Measures,” “Full Measure”

True Blood: Nothing But The Blood,” “Scratches,” “Shake and Fingerpop,” “Never Let Me Go,” “I Will Rise Up,” “Frenzy”

Dexter: “Dex Takes a Holiday,” “Dirty Harry,” “Road Kill,” “Hungry Man,” “Hello, Dexter Morgan, “The Getaway”

The Good Wife: Pilot, “Threesome,” “Hi,” “Bang,” “Fleas,” “Heart”

Lost: “Dr. Linus,” “Ab Aeterno,” “Happily Ever After,” “The Substitute,” “The End – Part 1,” “The End – Part 2”

Outstanding Comedy
30 Rock
: “Dealbreakers Talk Show #0001,” “Black Light Attack!,” “Anna Howard Shaw Day,” “Don Geiss,” “America and Hope,” “The Moms,” “Emanuelle Goes to Dinosaur Land

Curb Your Enthusiasm:Vehicular Fellatio,” “The Reunion,”“Denise Handicapped,” “The Table Read,” “The Bare Midriff,” “Seinfeld”

Glee: Pilot, “Power of Madonna,” “Wheels,” “Preggers,” “Sectionals,” “Home”

Modern Family: Pilot, “Starry Night,” “Fizbo,” “Coal Digger,” “Come Fly With Me,” “Fears”

Nurse Jackie: Pilot,” Tiny Bubbles,” “Ring Finger,” “Healthcare and Cinema,” “Apple Bong,” “Monkey Bits”

The Office: “Gossip,” “Murder” “Niagara, Parts 1 & 2” “The Lover,” “Secret Santa”