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Y&R Episode Counts: June and Year-to-Date 2012


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June 2012 Episode Rankings

A total of 21 episodes aired this month.

1. Michelle Stafford (Phyllis Newman) 19

2. Peter Porte (Ricky Williams) 17

3. Michael Graziadei (Daniel Romalotti) 16

4. Doug Davidson (Paul Williams) 15

5. Greg Rikaart (Kevin Fisher) 14

6. Eric Braeden (Victor Newman) 13

*. Jessica Collins (Avery Clark) 13

*. Christian LeBlanc (Michael Baldwin) 13

*. Joshua Morrow (Nick Newman) 13

*. Yvonne Zima (Daisy Romalotti) 13

11. Sharon Case (Sharon Collins) 12

*. Jennifer Landon (Heather Stevens) 12

13. Peter Bergman (Jack Abbott) 10

*. Jessica Heap (Eden Baldwin) 10

*. Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Reed) 10

16. Tracey E. Bregman (Lauren Baldwin) 9

*. Elizabeth Hendrickson (Chloe Fisher) 9

18. Stephen Nichols (Tucker McCall) 8

*. Marcy Rylan (Abby Newman) 8

20. Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor) 7

*. Eileen Davidson (Ashley McCall) 7

*. Genie Francis (Genevieve Atkinson) 7

*. Amelia Heinle (Victoria Abbott) 7

24. Michael Muhney (Adam Newman) 6

25. Marco Dapper (Carmine Bosco) 5

*. Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea Lawson) 5

*. Daniel Goddard (Cane Ashby) 5

*. Christel Khalil (Lily Ashby) 5

*. Debbi Morgan (Harmony Hamilton) 5

*. Kristoff St. John (Neil Winters) 5

31. Lauralee Bell (Christine Blair) 4

*. Lindsay Bushman (Summer Newman) 4

*. Aaron Lustig (Tim Reid) 4

*. Kevin G. Schmidt (Noah Newman) 4

35. Jeff Branson (Ronan Malloy) 3

*. Paul Galliano (Kirk) 3

*. Bryton James (Devon Hamilton) 3

*. Billy Miller (Billy Abbott) 3

*. Julia Pace Mitchell (Sofia Winters) 3

40. Brett Butler (Beth) 2

*. Judith Chapman (Gloria Bardwell) 2

*. Max Ehrich (Fenmore Baldwin) 2

*. Darnell Williams (Sarge) 2

44. Dana Chapman (Rachel) 1

*. Michael Damian (Danny Romalotti) 1

*. Dominic Flores (Mayor Colaizzo) 1

*. Joan McMurtrey (Councilwoman Phillips) 1

*. Jamia Simone Nash (Ana Hamilton) 1

*. Ted Shackelford (Jeffrey Bardwell) 1

Contract stars not appearing this month:

Blake Hood (Kyle Jenkins)

Kate Linder (Esther Valentine)

January-June 2012 Episode Rankings

A total of 127 episodes aired during this period.

1. Eric Braeden (Victor Newman) 91

2. Michelle Stafford (Phyllis Newman) 84

3. Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Reed) 80

4. Peter Bergman (Jack Abbott) 77

5. Joshua Morrow (Nick Newman) 74

6. Sharon Case (Sharon Collins) 67

7. Amelia Heinle (Victoria Abbott) 66

8. Genie Francis (Genevieve Atkinson) 63

*. Michael Muhney (Adam Newman) 63

10. Christian LeBlanc (Michael Baldwin) 59

11. Michael Graziadei (Daniel Romalotti) 55

12. Peter Porte (Ricky Williams) 54

13. Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea Lawson) 52

14. Stephen Nichols (Tucker McCall) 51

15. Billy Miller (Billy Abbott) 50

16. Jessica Collins (Avery Clark) 48

*. Yvonne Zima (Daisy Romalotti) 48

18. Doug Davidson (Paul Williams) 44

19. Eileen Davidson (Ashley McCall) 43

20. Greg Rikaart (Kevin Fisher) 41

21. Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor) 40

22. Marcy Rylan (Abby Newman) 39

23. Tracey E. Bregman (Lauren Baldwin) 37

24. Daniel Goddard (Cane Ashby) 36

25. Jessica Heap (Eden Baldwin) 35

26. Elizabeth Hendrickson (Chloe Fisher) 34

27. Jess Walton (Jill Fenmore) 33

28. Christel Khalil (Lily Ashby) 32

*. Debbi Morgan (Harmony Hamilton) 32

30. Kristoff St. John (Neil Winters) 29

31. Bryton James (Devon Hamilton) 28

32. Judith Chapman (Gloria Bardwell) 23

*. Julia Pace Mitchell (Sofia Winters) 23

34. Jeff Branson (Ronan Malloy) 20

35. Stacy Haiduk (Patty Williams-19/Emily Peterson-4) 19

*. Ted Shackelford (Jeffrey Bardwell) 19

*. Darnell Williams (Sarge) 19

38. Diana DeGarmo (Angelina Veneziano) 17

39. Catherine Bach (Anita Lawson) 16

40. Mike Starr (Angelo Veneziano) 14

41. Blake Hood (Kyle Jenkins) 13

42. Lauralee Bell (Christine Blair) 12

*. Marco Dapper (Carmine Bosco) 12

*. Jennifer Landon (Heather Stevens) 12

*. Evan Parke (Spencer Walsh) 12

46. Sean Kanan (Deacon Sharpe) 11

47. Sophie Pollono (Delia Abbott) 10

48. Kevin G. Schmidt (Noah Newman) 9

49. Beth Maitland (Traci Connolly) 8

50. Michael Damian (Danny Romalotti) 7

*. Margarita Franco (Mrs. Martinez) 7

52. Samantha Bailey (Summer Newman) 6

*. Aaron Lustig (Tim Reid) 6

54. Lindsay Bushman (Summer Newman) 4

*. Kate Linder (Esther Valentine) 4

*. Max Page (Reed Hellstrom) 4

57. Tatyana Ali (Roxanne) 3

*. Corbin Bernsen (Todd Williams) 3

*. Angell Conwell (Leslie Michaelson) 3

*. Tonya Lee Williams (Olivia Winters) 3

61. Tricia Cast (Nina Webster) 2

*. Max Ehrich (Fenmore Baldwin) 2

*. Michael Fairman (Patrick Murphy) 2

*. Clyde Kusatsu (Dr. Okamura) 2

*. Robbie Tucker (Fen Baldwin) 2

66. Signy Coleman (Hope Wilson) 1

*. Jerry Douglas (John Abbott) 1

*. Louis Mustillo (Joe Jr.) 1

*. Jamia Simone Nash (Ana Hamilton) 1

*. Tristan Rogers (Colin Atkinson) 1

*. Garrett Ryan (Kyle Jenkins) 1

*. June Squibb (Pearl Mae) 1

EDIT: Took out Jess Walton from the Contract stars not appearing this month list because apparently she was taken out of the credits.

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WHEN DID ANA APPEAR? biggrin.png How did I miss the return of that singing child?

June 27, on the birthday of Lame's kids. She encourages Devon to give their mother another chance or something like that.

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