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August 2008 Episode Rankings

A total of 21 episodes aired this month.

1. Joshua Morrow (Nick Newman) 18

2. Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman) 16

3. Chris Engen (Adam Newman) 15

*. Daniel Goddard (Cane Ashby) 15

*. Kristoff St. John (Neil Winters) 15

6. Elizabeth Hendrickson (Chloe Ashby) 14

7. Christian LeBlanc (Michael Baldwin) 13

8. Bryton McClure (Devon Hamilton) 12

9. Eric Braeden (Victor Newman) 11

*. Amelia Heinle (Victoria Hellstrom) 11

*. Christel Khalil (Lily Winters) 11

*. Eva Pigford (Tyra Hamilton) 11

13. Vail Bloom (Heather Stevens) 10

*. Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor) 10

*. Doug Davidson (Paul Williams) 10

*. Thad Luckinbill (J.T. Hellstrom) 10

*. Michelle Stafford (Phyllis Newman) 10

*. Danny Trejo (Bartender) 10

19. Peter Bergman (Jack Abbott) 9

*. Sharon Case (Sharon Abbott) 9

*. Adrienne Frantz (Amber Moore) 9

*. Michael Graziadei (Daniel Romalotti) 9

*. Jamia Simone Nash (Ana Hamilton) 9

*. Emily O'Brien (Jana Fisher) 9

*. Greg Rikaart (Kevin Fisher) 9

*. Jess Walton (Jill Abbott) 9

27. Tracey E. Bregman (Lauren Baldwin) 8

*. Tammin Sursok (Colleen Carlton) 8

29. Judith Chapman (Gloria Bardwell) 6

*. Don Diamont (Brad Carlton) 6

*. Nia Peeples (Karen Taylor) 6

32. Kimberly Perez (Little Girl) 4

*. Kevin G. Schmidt (Noah Newman) 4

*. Ted Shackelford (Jeffrey Bardwell) 4

35. Ann Betancourt (Estella Munoz) 3

*. Michael Gross (River Baldwin) 3

*. Scott Hoxby (Walter Palin) 3

38. Raya Meddine (Sabrina Newman) 2

*. Eyall Podell (Adrian Korbel) 2

*. Ray Proscia (FBI Agent Rollins) 2

*. Jennifer Rhodes (Leilani) 2

42. Tatyana Ali (Roxanne) 1

*. Michael Baldridge (Lab Tech) 1

*. Herve Clermont (Reporter) 1

*. Cheyenne Franklin (Little Girl) 1

*. Angela Gardner (Reporter) 1

*. Rueben Grundy (Dr. Peter Ryan) 1

*. Vincent Irizarry (David Chow) 1

*. Rane Jameson (Ben) 1

*. Clyde Kusatsu (Dr. Dennis Okamura) 1

*. Thyme Lewis (Officer) 1

*. Kate Linder (Esther Valentine) 1

*. Beth Maitland (Traci Connolly) 1

*. Michael Maples (Photographer) 1

*. April D. Parker (Doctor) 1

*. Jordan Potter (Matt) 1

*. Mark Tomesek (Rev. Welch) 1

*. Tim Trobec (Prison Guard) 1

*. Jessica White (Herself) 1

*. Michael Shamus Wiles (Richard Gedrick) 1

Uncredited guests with one appearance:

Frank, Nurse, Delivery Man, Kenneth Winston, Pilot, Driver, Mexican Officer #1, Mexican Officer #2, Judge Lacente, Megan, Elsiann

January-August 2008 Episode Rankings.

A total of 172 episodes aired.

1. Eric Braeden (Victor Newman) 129

2. Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman) 123

3. Joshua Morrow (Nick Newman) 119

4. Amelia Heinle (Victoria Hellstrom) 109

5. Judith Chapman (Gloria Bardwell) 105

6. Peter Bergman (Jack Abbott) 103

7. Sharon Case (Sharon Abbott) 101

*. Chris Engen (Adam Newman) 101

9. Michelle Stafford (Phyllis Newman) 95

10. Ted Shackelford (Jeffrey Bardwell) 92

11. Adrienne Frantz (Amber Moore) 91

*. Greg Rikaart (Kevin Fisher) 91

13. Daniel Goddard (Cane Ashby) 88

*. Vincent Irizarry (David Chow) 88

15. Christel Khalil (Lily Winters) 79

*. Thad Luckinbill (J.T. Hellstrom) 79

*. Raya Meddine (Sabrina Newman) 79

*. Kristoff St. John (Neil Winters) 79

19. Jess Walton (Jill Abbott) 78

20. Christian LeBlanc (Michael Baldwin) 73

*. Emily O'Brien (Jana Hawkes) 73

22. Michael Graziadei (Daniel Romalotti) 68

23. Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor) 67

24. Don Diamont (Brad Carlton) 66

25. Doug Davidson (Paul Williams) 59

26. Elizabeth Hendrickson (Chloe Ashby) 58

27. Tracey E. Bregman (Lauren Baldwin) 57

28. Vail Bloom (Heather Stevens) 51

29. Bryton McClure (Devon Hamilton) 46

30. Nia Peeples (Karen Taylor) 37

*. Tammin Sursok (Colleen Carlton) 37

32. Jerry Douglas (John Abbott-11/Alistair Wallingford-27) 35

33. Eyall Podell (Adrian Korbel) 31

34. Scott Hoxby (Walter Palin) 20

35. Eva Pigford (Tyra Hamilton) 19

36. Jamia Simone Nash (Ana Hamilton) 18

37. Hunter Allan (Noah Newman) 17

38. Kate Linder (Esther Valentine) 11

39. Michael Damian (Danny Romalotti) 10

*. Tammy Lauren (Maggie Sullivan) 10

*. Danny Trejo (Bartender) 10

42. Laura Stone (Skye Lockhart) 9

43. Tatyana Ali (Roxanne) 8

*. Eileen Davidson (Ashley Abbott) 8

45. Carmen Argenziano (D.A. Dennis Elroy) 7

*. Lesli Kay (Felicia Forrester) 7

47. Ann Betancourt (Estella Munoz) 6

*. Signy Coleman (Hope Wilson) 6

49. David Joyner (Keith Joyner) 5

*. Bronson Pinchot (Patrick Dalton) 5

51. Kevin G. Schmidt (Noah Newman) 4

52. Darcy Rose Byrnes (Abby Carlton) 3

*. Michael Gross (River Baldwin) 3

*. John McCook (Eric Forrester) 3

*. Patty Weaver (Gina Roma) 3

56. Iris Almario (Theresa) 2

57. Rueben Grundy (Dr. Peter Ryan) 1

*. Clyde Kusatsu (Dr. Dennis Okamura) 1

*. Beth Maitland (Traci Connolly) 1

*. David Starzyk (Dr. Paul Webb) 1

*. Billy Warlock (Ben Hollander) 1

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^I believe Peter along with a few other actors took their vacation break somewhere in late July/early August, which is why he and others weren't in as many episodes this month. With both Ashley and Billy back in September, as well as other things, he should appear in more episodes next month.

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I agree. Jack is tied into so many aspects of Genoa City life and is, at least until next month when they bring Ashley and Billy back, the only remnant of the Abbott family on the canvas, and that makes PB someone who should be used IMO. Hopefully Y&RWorldTurner is right about PB taking time off being part of why he was off screen so much in August.

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I know CLB has been on more, but boy is he way down in the episode counts for the year. I think he deserves to get some real airtime and they finally do something with this Lowell story. A couple days a month in between his being used as support for the Newmans drama is not cutting it.

PB has been in 103 episodes, CLB in 73 episodes this year so it's not like Jack hasn't had any story. He just happens to be in a lame story but with the Jabot takeover coming up no doubt PB will be handed yet another juicy storyline just like he was under LML.

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I hope we see episode counts like this for the rest of the year...this is a remarkably balanced canvas. From Judith Chapman on up, we're seeing people have from 2 to 4 episodes a week. That seems good to me.

Some weeks they can have 2, some weeks 3, some weeks 4. Nobody hits us over the head. They all get their turn at front burner. The canvas is intergenerational, and mostly made up of competent performers. THIS is the template, IMO, for how all soaps should be.

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I agree Michael should be more edgy, but you need to use a talented actor like CLB more than they have. He is too good for filler. You can bet if he left Y and R, he would be treated as lead at whatever soap picked him up.

I don't want to see any one character dominate the show but he should be higher than many of the lesser actors who have been getting more airtime.

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I agree. That is how it should be, but I don't see it staying this way. The Newmans have been getting the bulk of airtime this year and it was obvious they filmed a bunch of scenes in one day so EB could go on vacation. I am sure when he returns we will be back to the Newman show 4 or 5 times a week.

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