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GENERAL HOSPITAL August 2008 Episode Count


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AUGUST 2008 EPISODE COUNT - 21 episodes (-2)

1. Brandon Barash (Johnny Zacchara) - 19 (--)

* Julie Berman (Lulu Spencer) - 19 (+2)

3. Maurice Benard (Sonny Corinthos) - 17 (-3)

* Steve Burton (Jason Morgan) - 17 (-6)

* Megan Ward (Kate Howard) - 17 (-3)

6. Bradford Anderson (Damien Spinelli) - 16 (-1)

* Sarah Brown (Claudia Zacchara) - 16 (--)

* Rebecca Herbst (Elizabeth Webber) - 16 (-4)

* Kirsten Storms (Maxie Jones) - 16 (+4)

10. Jason Cook (Matt Hunter) - 15 (--)

* Tyler Christopher (Nikolas Cassadine) - 15 (+5)

* Ilia Volok (Andrei Karpov) - 15 (--)

13. Laura Wright (Carly Jacks) - 14 (-7)

14. Claire Coffee (Nadine Crowell) - 13 (--)

* Kelly Monaco (Sam McCall) - 13 (-8)

* Greg Vaughan (Lucky Spencer) - 13 (-7)

17. Nazanin Boniadi (Leyla Mir) - 12 (+11)

18. Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis Davis) - 11 (+9)

* Kimberly McCullough (Robin Scorpio) - 11 )(+1)

20. Josh Duhon (Logan Hayes) - 10 (-4)

* Sebastian Roche (Jerry Jacks) - 10 (-9

* Kin Shriner (Scott Baldwin) - 10 (+9)

* Jason Thompson (Patrick Drake) - 10 (n/c)

24. Bruce Weitz (Anthony Zacchara) - 9 (--)

25. Kristen Herrera (Lourdes) - 8 (--)

* Sandra Hess (Sasha Donev) - 8 (--)

* Ingo Rademacher (Jasper Jacks) - 8 (-6)

28. Carolyn Hennesy (Diane Miller) - 7 (-8)

* Finola Hughes (Anna Devane) - 7 (+3)

30. Sonya Eddy (Epiphany Johnson) - 6 (-6)

* Ron Hale (Mike Corbin) - 6 (+4)

* Kim Hoy (Clarice) - 6 ()

* Kent King (Lainey Winters) - 6 (+6)

* Minae Noji (Kelly Lee) - 6 (+6)

35. Rick Hearst (Ric Lansing) - 5 (-14)

* Stephen Macht (Trevor Lansing) - 5 (-3)

* John J. York (Mac Scorpio) - 5 (+4)

38. Leslie Charleson (Monica Quartermaine) - 4 (+2)

* Derk Cheetwood (Max Giambetti) - 4 (-5)

* Genie Francis (Laura Spencer) - 4 (--)

* Andrew T. Lee (Marty) - 4 (+3)

42. Drew Cheetwood (Milo Giambetti) - 3 (-1)

* Richard Fancy (Bernie Abrahms) - 3 (+3)

* John Ingle (Edward Quartermaine) - 3 (+1)

* Jay Pickett (Det. David Harper) - 3 (--)

* Graham Shiels (Cody Paul) - 3 (--)

* Bergen Williams (Alice Gunderson) - 3 (+1)

48. Nigbor and Edward James (Jake Spencer) - 2 ()

* Rolando Molina (Sal) - 2 (--)

* Kali Rodriguez (Kristina Davis) - 2 (+2)

* Braden Walkes (Cameron Webber) - 2 (-2)

52. Jane Elliot (Tracy Quartermaine) - 1 (-1)

* Chrissie Fitt (Merecedes) - 1 (--)

* George Jaurez (Morgan Corinthos) - 1 (-5)

* Rick Springfield (Noah Drake) - 1 (-6)

56. Anthony Geary (Luke Spencer) - 0 (n/c)

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OVERALL - 171 Episodes (-3)

1. Steve Burton (Jason Morgan) - 148 (-9)

2. Brandon Barash (Johnny Zacchara) - 143 (--)

3. Julie Berman (Lulu Spencer) - 142 (+4)

4. Maurice Benard (Sonny Corinthos) - 136 (-5)

5. Laura Wright (Carly Jacks) - 131 (-26)

6. Sarah Brown (Claudia Zacchara) - 130 (--) FIRST AIRED 01/31

7. Bradford Anderson (Damien Spinelli) - 124 (+13)

* Megan Ward (Kate Howard) - 124 (+64)

9. Rebecca Herbst (Elizabeth Webber) - 115 (-27)

10. Kirsten Storms (Maxie Jones) - 110 (+18)

11. Tyler Christopher (Nikolas Cassadine) - 108 (+10)

12. Kimberly McCullough (Robin Scorpio) - 105 (+3)

* Ingo Rademacher (Jasper Jacks) - 105 (+15)

14. Greg Vaughan (Lucky Spencer) - 102 (-25)

15. Jason Thompson (Patrick Drake) - 101 (+2)

16. Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis Davis) - 98 (+24)

17. Kelly Monaco (Sam McCall) - 89 (-57)

18. Claire Coffee (Nadine Crowell) - 86 (--)

19. Rick Hearst (Ric Lansing) - 79 (-12)

20. Carolyn Hennesy (Diane Miller) - 74 (+25)

21. Sebastian Roche (Jerry Jacks) - 73 (-43)

22. Josh Duhon (Logan Hayes) - 71 (-5)

* Stephen Macht (Trevor Lansing) - 71 (--)

24. Derk Cheetwood (Max Giambetti) - 64 (+12)

25. Bruce Weitz (Anthony Zacchara) - 61 (--)

26. Sonya Eddy (Epiphany Johnson) - 60 (-11)

27. Nazanin Boniadi (Leyla Mir) - 52 (+48)

* Dylan Cash (Michael Corinthos) - 52 (+6) LAST AIRED 05/16

* John J. York (Mac Scorpio) - 52 (+13)

30. Seamus Dever (Ian Devlin) - 46 (--) FIRST AIRED 01/25/LAST AIRED 05/06

* Jane Elliot (Tracy Quartermaine) - 46 (-24)

32. Kin Shriner (Scott Baldwin) - 42 (-7)

33. Minae Noji (Kelly Lee) - 38 (+11)

34. Leslie Charleson (Monica Quartermaine) - 35 (-14)

* Anthony Geary (Luke Spencer) - 35 (-19)

36. Natalia Livingston (Emily Quartermaine) - 33 (-55) LAST AIRED 05/07

37. Jay Pickett (Det. David Harper) - 32 (--)

38. Ron Hale (Mike Corbin) - 31 (+2)

39. Jason Cook (Matt Hunter) - 30 (--) FIRST AIRED 06/26

40. Reign Morton (Cassius Kibideux) - 28 (--)

41. Finola Hughes (Anna Devane) - 27 (+18) RETURNED 04/24

* George Juarez (Morgan Corinthos) - 27 (-10)

43. Drew Cheetwood (Milo Giambetti) - 24 (-16)

44. Nigbor and Edward James (Jake Spencer) - 23 (?)

45. Yeniffer Behrens (Marianna Erosa) - 20 (--) FIRST AIRED 02/05/LAST AIRED 03/27

46. John Bolger (Mayor Floyd) - 19 (-2)

* John C. Burns (Vaughn) - 19 (--)

48. John Ingle (Edward Quartermaine) - 18 (-29)

49. Blake Gibbons (Mitchell Coleman) - 17 (+14)

50. Dominic Rains (Leo Julian) - 16 (+12) LAST AIRED 02/27

51. Angel Wainwright (Regina Thompson) - 14 (+10)

52. Andrew T. Lee (Marty) - 13 (-15)

* Rick Springfield (Noah Drake/Eli Love) - 13 (-18) RETURNED 07/08

* Bergen Williams (Alice Gunderson) - 13 (-20)

55. Braden Walkes (Cameron Webber) - 12 (-12)

56. Kali Rodriguez (Kristina Davis) - 11 (+2)

* Jacklyn Zeman (Bobbie Spencer) - 11 (-21)

58. Kent King (Lainey Winters) - 10 (-13)

59. Ignacio Serricchio (Diego Alcazar) - 9 (--) RETURNED 02/22-03/05

60. Jack Donner (Alfred) - 8 (+6)

* Richard Gant (Dr. Russell Ford) - 8 (-13)

62. Lance Doven (Spencer Cassadine) - 7 (--) FIRST AIRED 03/11

63. Robin Christopher (Skye Quartermaine) - 6 (-59) LAST AIRED 01/11

* Stuart Damon (Alan Quartermaine) - 6 (-47)

* Richard Fancy (Bernie Abrahms) - 6 (+4)

* Jason Gerhardt (Cooper Barrett) - 6 (-64) LAST AIRED 01/25

67. Ethan Erickson (Temp Patrick Drake) - 4 (--) AIRED 04/23-28

* Genie Francis (Laura Spencer) - 4 (--) RETURNED 08/25

* America Olivio (Marianna Erosa) - 4 (--) AIRED 01/22-28

70. Adrian Alvarado (Cruz Rodriguez) - 3 (-36)

* Wendy Braun (Iris Sneed) - 3 (n/c)

* Gideon Emery (Temp Jax Jacks) - 3 (--) AIRED 01/14-22

* Kristina Wagner (Felicia Jones) - 3 (--) LAST AIRED 01/22

74. Denise Alexander (Lesley Webber) - 1 (-5)

* Ivy and Iris Kaim (Molly Lansing) - 1 (-1)

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