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SEPTEMBER 2010 EPISODE COUNT – 11 Episodes

1. Larry Bryggman (John Dixon) – 9

2. Van Hansis (Luke Snyder) – 8

3. Terri Colombino (Katie Peretti Snyder) – 7

* Daniel Cosgrove (Chris Hughes) – 7

* Ellen Dolan (Margo Hughes) – 7

* Don Hastings (Bob Hughes) – 7

* Kathryn Hays (Kim Hughes) – 7

8. Noelle Beck (Lily Walsh) – 6

* Jon Hensley (Holden Snyder) – 6

10. Scott Holmes (Tom Hughes) – 5

* Grayson McCouch (Dusty Donovan) – 5

* Michael Park (Jack Snyder) – 5

* Julie Pinson (Janet Ciccone) – 5

* Eric Sheffer Stevens (Reid Oliver) – 5

* Maura West (Carly Tenney) – 5

16. Allie Gorenc (Sage Snyder) – 4

* Elizabeth Hubbard (Lucinda Walsh) – 4

* Marnie Schulenburg (Alison Stewart) – 4

* Jake Silbermann (Noah Mayer) – 4

20. Valentina de Angelis (Faith Snyder) – 3

* Mick Hazen (Parker Snyder) – 3

* Billy Magnussen (Casey Hughes) – 3

* Sarah Wilson (Liberty Ciccone) – 3

24. Trent Dawson (Henry Coleman) – 2

* Lesli Kay (Molly Conlan) – 2

* Jennifer Landon (Gwen Munson) – 2

* Ben Levin (Gabriel Caras) – 2

* Jon Lindstom (Craig Montgomery) – 2

* Cady McClain (Rosanna Cabot) – 2

* James Rebhorn (Angus Oliver) – 2

* Jesse Soffer (Will Munson) – 2

* Colleen Zenk (Barbara Ryan) – 2

* Uncredited Infants (Lorenzo Donovan) – 2

34. Gregg Edelmann (Leland Price) – 1

* Eileen Fulton (Lisa) – 1

* Bailey Harkins (Johnny Donovan) – 1

* Kelley Menighan Hensley (Emily Stewart) – 1

* Roger Howarth (Paul Ryan) – 1

* Marie Masters (Susan Stewart) – 1

* Isabella Palmieri (Natalie Snyder) – 1

* Vanessa Ray (Teri Ciccone) – 1

* Jason Bastelli (Ethan Snyder) – 1

* Daniel Ziskie (Minister) - 1

* Uncredited Actress (Eliza Ryan) – 1

Monday, September 13th

Grayson McCouch (Dusty Donovan), Michael Park (Jack Snyder), Maura West (Carly Tenney), Larry Bryggman (John Dixon), Valentina de Angelis (Faith Snyder), Allie Gorenc (Sage Snyder), Mick Hazen (Parker Snyder), Julie Pinson (Janet Ciccone), and Sarah Wilson (Liberty Ciccone)

Tuesday, September 14th

Noelle Beck (Lily Walsh), Jon Hensley (Holden Snyder), Jon Lindstrom (Craig Montgomery), Grayson McCouch (Dusty Donovan), Michael Park (Jack Snyder), Maura West (Carly Tenney), Valentina de Angelis (Faith Snyder), Mick Hazen (Parker Snyder), Allie Gorenc (Sage Snyder), Lesli Kay (Molly Conlan), Jennifer Landon (Gwen Munson), Ben Levin (Gabriel Caras), Cady McClain (Rosanne Cabot), Julie Pinson (Janet Ciccone) and Jesse Soffer (Will Munson).

Wednesday, September 15th

Noelle Beck (Lily Walsh), Ellen Dolan (Margo Hughes), Jon Hensley (Holden Snyder), Scott Holmes (Tom Hughes), Jon Lindstrom (Craig Montgomery), Grayson McCouch (Dusty Donovan), Michael Park (Jack Snyder), Maura West (Carly Tenney), Valentina de Angelis (Faith Snyder), Allie Gorenc (Sage Snyder), Mick Hazen (Parker Snyder), Lesli Kay (Molly Conlan), Ben Levin (Gabriel Caras), Cady McClain (Rosanna Cabot), Jennifer Landon (Gwen Munson), Julie Pinson (Janet Ciccone), Jesse Soffer (Will Munson), Sarah Wilson (Liberty Ciccone), and Daniel Ziskie (Minister).

Thursday, September 16th

Noelle Beck (Lily Walsh), Van Hansis (Luke Snyder), Jon Hensley (Holden Snyder), Elizabeth Hubbard (Lucinda Walsh), Michael Park (Jack Snyder), Grayson McCouch (Dusty Donovan), Maura West (Carly Tenney), Larry Bryggman (John Dixon), Bailey Harkins (Johnny Donovan), Julie Pinson (Janet Ciccone), Vanessa Ryan (Teri Ciccone), Jake Silbermann (Noah Mayer), Sarah Wilson (Liberty Ciccone), and Uncredited Infants (Lorenzo Donovan).

Friday, September 17th

Noelle Beck (Lily Walsh), Terri Colombino (Katie Peretti Snyder), Trent Dawson (Henry Coleman), Ellen Dolan (Margo Hughes), Eileen Fulton (Lisa), Van Hansis (Luke Snyder), Don Hastings (Bob Hughes), Kathryn Hays (Kim Hughes), Jon Hensley (Holden Snyder), Scott Holmes (Tom Hughes), Roger Howarth (Paul Ryan), Elizabeth Hubbard (Lucinda Walsh), Billy Magnussen (Casey Hughes), Kelley Menighan Hensley (Emily Stewart), Grayson McCouch (Dusty Donovan), Michael Park (Jack Snyder), Marnie Schulenburg (Alison Stewart), Maura West (Carly Tenney), Colleen Zenk (Barbara Ryan), Larry Bryggman (John Dixon), Daniel Cosgrove (Chris Hughes), Allie Gorenc (Sage Snyder), Marie Masters (Susan Stewart), Isabella Palmieri (Natalie Snyder), Julie Pinson , (Janet Ciccone), Jason Bastelli (Ethan Snyder), Uncredited Actress (Eliza Ryan), and Uncredited Infants (Lorenzo Donovan).

2010 Totals and 1997-2010 coming soon!

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YEAR TO DATE EPISODE COUNT – 183 episodes

1. Maura West (Carly Tenney) – 99

2. Michael Park (Jack Snyder) – 96

3. Noelle Beck (Lily Walsh) – 85

* Julie Pinson (Janet Ciccone) – 84

5. Jon Lindstrom (Craig Montgomery) – 74

6. Terri Colombino (Katie Perett Snyder) – 72

7. Grayson McCouch (Dusty Donovan) – 70

8. Jon Hensley (Holden Snyder) – 69

9. Trent Dawson (Holden Snyder) – 68

10. Colleen Zenk (Barbara Ryan) – 67

11. Lesli Kay (Molly Conlan) – 59

12. Van Hansis (Luke Snyder) – 58

* Mick Hazen (Parker Snyder) – 58

14. Eric Sheffer Stevens (Reid Oliver) – 57

15. Roger Howarth (Paul Ryan) – 53

16. Kelley Menighan Hensley (Emily Stewart) – 51

17. Daniel Cosgrove (Chris Hughes) – 50

18. Marnie Schulenburg (Alison Stewart) – 48

19. Elizabeth Hubbard (Lucinda Walsh) – 44

20. Billy Magnussen (Casey Hughes) – 43

21. Ellen Dolan (Margo Hughes) – 41

22. Valentina de Angelis (Faith Snyer) – 40

* Ben Levin (Gabriel Caras) – 40

24. Sarah Wilson (Liberty Ciccone) – 39

25. Don Hastings (Bob Hughes) – 37

26. Ewa Da Cruz (Vienna Hyatt) – 35

27. Kathryn Hays (Kim Hughes) – 33

28. Jake Silbermann (Noah Mayer) – 33

29. Marie Wilson (Meg Snyder) – 26

30. Scott Holmes (Tom Hughes) – 22

31. Bailey Harkins (Johnny Donovan) – 20

32. Jennifer Landon (Gwen Munson) – 20

* Jesse Soffer (Will Munson) – 20

34. Meredith Hagner (Liberty Ciccone) – 19

35. Tom Pelphrey (Mick Dante) – 17

* Vanessa Ray (Teri Ciccone) – 17

37. Paolo Seganti (Damian Grimaldi) – 16

38. Kathleen Widdoes (Emma Snyder) – 15

39. Larry Bryggman (John Dixon) – 12

40. Eileen Fulton (Lisa) – 12

41. Terri Garber (Iris Dumbrowski) – 12

42. Allie Gorenc (Sage Snyder) – 10

* Marie Masters (Susan Stewart) – 10

44. Paul Leyden (Simon Frasier) – 7

45. Sarah Glendening (Lucy Montgomery) – 5

* Isabella Palmieri (Natalie Snyder) – 5

* Jason Bastelli (Ethan Snyder) – 5

48. Alexandra Chando (Maddie Coleman) – 3

* Mary Beth Evans (Sierra Montgomery) – 3

* Kristina Sisco (Abigial Williams) – 3

* Helen Wagner (Nancy Hughes) – 3

52. Anthony Herrera (James Stenbeck) – 2

* Cady McClain (Rosanna Cabot) – 2

54. Evan Alex Cole (Hunter McDermott) – 1

* Julianne Moore (Frannie Hughes) – 1

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Episode Count 1997-2010: 3444 episodes

January 1, 1997-September 17, 2010

1. Michael Park (Jack Snyder) – 2023

2. Maura West (Carly Tenney) – 1955

3. Jon Hensley (Holden Snyder) – 1580

4. Ellen Dolan (Margo Hughes) – 1354

5. Kelley Menighan Hensley (Emily Stewart) – 1413

6. Terri Colombino (Katie Peretti Snyder) – 1383

7. Martha Byrne (Lily Walsh) – 1368

8. Colleen Zenk (Barbara Ryan) – 1293

9. Elizabeth Hubbard (Lucinda Walsh) – 1109

10. Lesli Kay (Molly Conlan) – 1060

11. Benjamin Hendrickson (Hal Munson) – 1049

12. Roger Howarth (Paul Ryan) – 994

13. Scott Holmes (Tom Hughes) – 934

14. Dusty Donovan (Grayson McCouch) – 917

15. Trent Dawson (Henry Coleman) – 821

16. Hunt Block (Craig Montgomery) – 803

17. Peter Parros (Ben Harris) – 729

18. Kathryn Hays (Kim Hughes) – 693

19. Don Hastings (Bob Hughes) – 682

20. Marie Wilson (Meg Snyder) – 636

21. Mark Collier (Mike Kasnoff) – 610

22. Cady McClain (Rosanna Cabot) – 590

23. Jesse Soffer (Will Munson) – 571

24. Larry Bryggman (John Dixon) – 561

25. Marie Masters (Susan Stewart) – 556

26. Eileen Fulton (Lisa) – 530

27. Agim Kaba (Aaron Snyder) – 523

28. Paul Leyden (Simon Frasier) – 520

29. Jennifer Landon (Gwen Munson) – 502

30. Jennifer Ferrin (Jennifer Munson) – 491

31. Martha Byrne (Rose D’Angelo) – 482

* Jessica Dunphy (Alison Stewart) – 482

33. Van Hansis (Luke Snyder)– 431

34. Tamara Tunie (Jessica Griffin) – 418

35. Peyton List (Lucy Montgomery) – 408

36. Annie Parisse (Julia Lindsey) – 405

37. Kathleen Widdoes (Emma Snyder) – 400

38. Anthony Herrera (James Stenbeck) – 375

39. Mick Hazen (Parker Snyder) – 335

40. Austin Peck (Brad Snyder) – 326

41. Kristina Sisco (Abigail Williams) – 315

42. Marnie Schulenburg (Alison Stewart) – 307

* Paul Taylor (Isaac Jenkins) – 307

44. Alexandra Chando (Maddie Coleman) – 306

45. Lauren B. Martin (Camille Bennett) – 304

46. Tom Eplin (Jake McKinnon) – 294

47. Zach Roerig (Casey Hughes) – 292

48. Ewa da Cruz (Vienna Hyatt) – 268

49. Noelle Beck (Lily Walsh) – 266

50. Scott DeFreitas (Andy Dixon) – 261

51. Scott Holroyd (Paul Ryan) – 260

52. Julie Pinson (Janet Ciccone) – 258

53. Napiera Danielle (Bonnie McKechnie) – 246

54. Bailey Chase (Chris Hughes) – 245

55. Nathaniel Marston (Eddie Silva) – 236

56. Kim Onasch (Jennifer Munson) – 231

57. Cassandra Creech (Denise Maynard) – 227

* Daniel Markel (David Stenbeck) – 227

59. Helen Wagner (Nancy Hughes) – 222

60. Jake Silbermann (Noah Mayer) – 220

61. Jon Lindstrom (Craig Montgomery) – 219

62. Paolo Seganti (Damian Grimaldi) – 202

63. Billy Magnussen (Casey Hughes) – 197

64. Elena Goode (Jade Taylor) – 194

65. Craig Lawlor (Adam Munson) – 194

66. Lamman Rucker (Marshall Travers) – 173

67. Todd Rotondi (Bryant Montgomery) – 164

68. Paul Korver (Chris Hughes) – 163

69. Mary Beth Evans (Sierra Esteban) – 162

70. Meredith Hagner (Liberty Ciccone) – 157

71. Jamie Dudney (Georgia Tucker) – 156

72. Keith Coulouris (Reid Hamilton) – 145

73. Sherri Alexander (Samantha Markham) – 140

74. Allie Gorenc (Sage Snyder) – 138

75. Brett Groneman (Will Munson) – 138

76. Anne Sayre (Mitzi Matters) – 136

77. Tom Wiggin (Kirk Anderson) – 133

78. Ashley Marie Greiner (Faith Snyder) – 131

79. Kin Shriner (Keith Morrissey) – 130

80. Jordana Brewster (Nikki Munson) – 118

* Terri Garber (Iris Dumbrowski) – 118

82. Chris Beetem (Jordan Sinclair) – 116

83. Daniel Menake (Johnny Donovan) – 114

84. Nick Kokotakis (Brad Snyder) – 109

85. Scott Bryce (Craig Montgomery) – 108

86. Sarah Brown (Julia Larrabee) – 107

87. Justine Cotsonas (Sofie Duran) – 105

88. Christopher Tavani (Luke Snyder) – 102

89. Cole Kachelhoffer (Parker Munson) – 101

90. Real Andrews (Walker Daniels) – 100

* Dylan Bruce (Chris Hughes) – 100

92. Spencer Grammer (Lucy Montgomery) – 96

93. Michael Woods (Alec Wallace) – 94

94. Jeffrey Meek (Craig Montgomery) – 92

95. Dylan Denton (J.J. Larrabee) – 90

* Stephen Schnetzer (Cass Winthrop) – 90

97. Daniel Manche (J.J. Snyder) – 89

98. Giovani Cimmino (Parker Snyder) – 87

99. Chaunteé Schuler (Bonnie McKechnie) – 82

100. John James (Ric Decker) – 81

101. Jake Weary (Luke Snyder) – 78

102. Cassidy Hinkle (Faith Snyder) – 74

* Joanna Rhineheart (Jessica Griffin) – 74

104. Hunter Garner (Billy Ross) – 72

* Jordan Woolley (Nick Kasnoff) – 72

106. Alyssa Diaz (Celia Ortega) – 71

107. Jeremy Ian Zelig (Luke Snyder) – 69

108. Joanna HartsHorne (Sarah Travers) – 68

109. Bailey Harkins (Johnny Donovan) – 64

* Alexander Walters (Mark Kasnoff) – 64

111. Rebecca Anderson (Hope Dixon) – 60

* Keara Dolan & Eliza Ryan (Faith Snyder) – 60

113. Randolph Mantooth (Hal Munson) – 59

114. Jon Prescott (Mike Kasnoff) – 58

115. Eric Sheffer Stevens (Reid Oliver) – 57

116. Susan Batten (Connor Walsh) – 56

* Carl T. Evans (Nick Scudder) – 56

* Patrick Tovatt (Cal Stricklyn) – 56

119. McKenzie Satterthwaite (Nikki Munson) – 53

120. Ellery Capshaw (Natalie Snyder) – 51

* Monti Sharp (Lew McCloud) – 51

122. Daniel Cosgrove (Chris Hughes) – 50

* Vanessa Ray (Teri Ciccone) – 50

124. A.J. Lamas (Rafe Ortega) – 49

125. Guenia Lemos (Ruby Frank) – 48

* DJ Lockhart (Doc Reese) – 48

* Saundra McClain (Sarah Ruth Bennett) – 48

* Duane McLaughlin (Dallas Griffin) – 48

129. Ernest Waddell (Curtis Harris) – 47

* Virginia Williams (Brandy Taylor) – 47

131. Barbara Garrick (Rita Renfield) – 46

132. Tony Musnate (Joe D’Angelo) – 45

133. Danielle Alonso (Pilar Domingo) – 43

* John Loprieno (Brad Snyder) – 43

* Camryn Rose (Sage Snyder) – 43

136. Joseph Cross (Casey Hughes) – 42

137. Karl Girolamo (Kevin Davis) – 41

* Traci Godfrey (Elaine Schiller) – 41

139. Valentina de Angelis (Faith Snyder) – 40

* Brian Gaskill (B.J. Green) – 40

* Ben Levin (Gabriel Caras) – 40

* Wolé Parks (Dallas Griffin) – 40

* Chris Tardio (Dominic Ramsey) – 40

144. Matt Cavenaugh (Adam Munson) – 39

* Sarah Glendening (Lucy Montgomery) – 39

* Chris Heuisler (Cole Norbeck) – 39

* Jennifer Landon (Cleo Babbitt) – 39

* Aidan Wagner (Cabot Sinclair) – 39

* Sarah Wilson (Liberty Ciccone) – 39

150. Dylan Bluestone (Daniel Hughes) – 38

* Alex Charak (Elwood Hoffman) – 38

152. Justin Weiss (Parker Munson) – 37

153. Kristen Connolly (Josie Anderson) – 36

* Bronson Picket (Diego Santana) – 36

* Chad Tucker (Curtis Harris) – 36

* Lauretta Vaughn (Kit Fowler) – 36

* Davida Williams (Jade Taylor) – 36

158. Roselyn Sanchez (Pilar Domingo) – 35

159. David Allen (Chris Browning) – 34

160. Shawn Christian (Mike Kasnoff) – 33

* Mariah D’Aprile (Hope Dixon) – 33

* Colleen Dion (Dahlia Ventura) – 33

* Ben Jorgenson (Chris Hughes) – 33

164. Benton Greene (Derek Coburn) – 32

* Lea Salonga (Lien Hughes) – 32

166. Daniel Hugh Kelley (Winston Mayer) – 31

* Michael Lowry (Les Sweeney) – 31

* Eric William Morris (Matt O’Connor) – 31

169. Ritchie Coster (Gabriel Frank) – 30

170. Tom Pelphrey (Mick Dante) – 29

171. Lisa Brown (Iva Snyder) – 28

* Evan Alex Cole (Hunter McDermott) – 28

173. Tala Ashe (Ameera Ali Aziz) – 27

* Tom Degnan (Adam Munson) – 27

* Lucas Kelly (Cabot Montgomery) – 27

* Laurence Lau (Brian Wheatley) – 27

177. Jensen Buchanan (Vicky McKinnon) – 26

* Lynn Herring (Audrey Coleman) – 26

179. Wally Kurth (Sam Hutchins) – 25

* Makayla Leigh (Natalie Snyder) – 25

* Valerie Perrine (Dolores Pierce) – 25

182. Lonette McKee (Sarah Ruth Bennett) – 24

* Cruise Russo (Casey Hughes) – 24

* Peter Vack (Casey Hughes) – 24

185. Deirdre Skiles (Dani Andropoulous) – 23

186. Kerr Smith (Ryder Hughes) – 22

187. Brayden Schenck & Declan Schenck (Ethan Snyder) – 21

188. Jared & Lindsey Baskin (Daniel Hughes) – 20

189. Christina Chambers (Molly Conlan) – 19

* Roy Eudon (Brad Snyder) – 19

191. Bryan Abadrabo (Will Munson) – 18

* Colleen Feehan (Sage Snyder) – 18

* Alexandra Herzog (Jennifer Munson) – 18

* Ryan Serhant (Evan Walsh) – 18

* Alan White (Chris Hughes) – 18

196. Kenneth Franklin (Dallas Griffin) – 17

197. Matthew Morrison (Adam Munson) – 16

* Yvonne Perry (Rosanna Cabot) – 16

* Harry Zittel (Adam Munson) – 16

200. Michael Cardelle (Rafe Ortega) – 15

* Christian Siefert (Chris Hughes) – 15

* Sam Stone (Daniel Hughes) – 15

203. Nell Mooney (Spencer McKay)- 14

* Isabella Palmieri (Natalie Snyder) – 14

205. Graham Winton (Caleb Snyder) – 13

206. Alexa Gerasimovich (Natalie Snyder) – 12

207. Amy Princine (Alison Stewart) – 11

208. Ed Fry (Larry McDermott) – 10

* Allyson Rice-Taylor (Connor Walsh) – 10

210. Ian Boyd (Casey Hughes) – 9

211. Kelly Barrett (Maddie Coleman) – 5

* Rosemary Prinz (Penny Hughes) – 5

* Michael Swan (Duncan McKechnie) – 5

214. Patricia Bruder (Ellen Stewart) – 4

* Tyler Hudson (Kevin Davis) – 4

* Emmy Rossum (Abigail Williams) – 4

217. Carmen Duncan (Lisa) – 3

* Gillian Spencer (Jennifer Sullivan) – 3

* Anne Sward (Lyla Peretti) – 3

220. Kevin Csolak (Daniel Hughes) – 2

* John Howard (Paul Ryan) – 2

* Amanda Seyfried (Lucy Montgomery) – 2

223. Steve Bassett (Seth Snyder) – 1

* Sarah Hyland (Alison Stewart) – 1

* Chloe Morris (Bonnie McKechnie) – 1

* Julianne Moore (Frannie Hughes) – 1

1997-2008 numbers are from a post made by Tom88:

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Thanks for posting this stuff. Very interesting.

I had totally forgotten that another actress played Jessica for a while! And that Molly was recast with Christina Chambers. Ack.

A question for the general public: I missed a bunch of the Hunter stuff. What was the story there? Was he another Emily/Larry bio-kid? Where did he go?! I remember him being around, and then... no one was mentioning him anymore. Thanks!

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I sooo love big episode counts like that. You really get a sense of who was the "face" of the show for a given time. Of course, Carly and Jack were in a majority of episodes over the last 13 years. Imagine if MW hadn't taken so many maternity leaves...she'd be a clear #1 with at least 2100-2200 episodes.

Also, seeing lists like this just make me roll my eyes when people marvel at someone like Kelsey Grammer playing Frasier for something like 400 or so episodes. Daytime never gets its due.

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Hunter was Em and Larry's other bio-kid. There wasn't much story with him after Emily found out Larry had given her egg to his lover. Hunter had a little sick crush on his sister Ali got in Casey's face a couple of times and then started to bond with Maddie Coleman. They both just kind of dropped out of Oakdale this spring.

I think Maura would have gained some episodes, but maybe not as many as you think. They wouldn't have needed to feature her as heavily as they did either as they prepared to write Carly out.

I think Martha Byrne's numbers are a little deceiving---she was both Lily and Rose for a while.

What's amazing is that in a little over two years, Julie Pison racked up 258 appearances, and in a little less than two years Jon Lindstrom had 219. No wonder Janet and Craig felt forced down my throat.

In fact, combining the Craig's appearances since June 2000 would give him 1222 (HB 803, JL 219, SB 108 and JM 92) putting him 9th on the list. Even though he was on approximately 4 1/2 years less than others on the list.

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What's amazing is that in a little over two years, Julie Pison racked up 258 appearances, and in a little less than two years Jon Lindstrom had 219. No wonder Janet and Craig felt forced down my throat.

That's really not saying much considering ATWT made between 250 and 260 episodes a year. She appeared in a little bit more than half of all episodes from her first appearance through the finale, and using some rough math, she averaged about 100 episodes a year. There are some on that list who had to rack up at least an average of 150 episodes a year.

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Cady McClain was on this month?

That's really not saying much considering ATWT made between 250 and 260 episodes a year. She appeared in a little bit more than half of all episodes from her first appearance through the finale, and using some rough math, she averaged about 100 episodes a year. There are some on that list who had to rack up at least an average of 150 episodes a year.

IA. The others who had similar counts were also on around the same length of time she was

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That's really not saying much considering ATWT made between 250 and 260 episodes a year. She appeared in a little bit more than half of all episodes from her first appearance through the finale, and using some rough math, she averaged about 100 episodes a year. There are some on that list who had to rack up at least an average of 150 episodes a year.

Even five years ago, yes. The past two years, with budget cutbacks? Says a lot.

Cady McClain was on this month?

Just the last week.

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Thanks for the info on Hunter, P.J.! Sounds... stupid and pointless. :)

It was a decent set up, and I enjoyed seeing Larry again. But TIIC clearly didn't know what to do with Hunter after the reveal he was Em's bio-child. They made him way too dweeb-ish to fit into the Stewart clan.

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