Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series

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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series
Awarded for Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Currently held by The Big Bang Theory (2017)
Website emmys.com

The Primetime Emmy Award for Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series is awarded to one television series each year. Between 2003 and 2012, the category was consolidated to include both multi-camera and single-camera comedy series.

In the following list, the first titles listed in gold are the winners; those not in gold are nominees, which are listed in alphabetical order. The years given are those in which the ceremonies took place.

Winners and nominations[edit]

  indicates the winner

Outstanding Videotape Editing for a Series

1970s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1976
[1]
The Adams Chronicles "John Adams, Diplomat" Girish Bhargava, Manford Schorn PBS
Barney Miller "Happy New Year" Homer Powell, Fred Golan, Paul Schatzkin ABC
Sanford and Son "Earthquake II" Ken Denisoff, Robert Veatch NBC
Welcome Back, Kotter "The Telethon" Susan Jenkins, Manuel Martínez ABC
1977
[2]
Visions "The War Widow" Roy Stewart PBS
C.P.O. Sharkey "Sharkey Boogies on Down" Ken Denisoff, Stowell Werden NBC
Meeting of Minds "Marie Antoinette / Sir Thomas More / Karl Marx / Ulysses S. Grant, Part 1" Terry Pickford PBS
Police Story "Ice Time" Jimmy B. Frazier NBC
1978
[3]
The Carol Burnett Show "The Final Show" Tucker Wiard CBS
The Betty White Show "Pilot" Chip Brooks CBS
Husbands, Wives & Lovers "The One Where Everybody Is Looking for a Little Action" Marco Zappia
Laugh-In "Tina Turner" Ed J. Brennan NBC
Soap "102" Gary Anderson ABC
Three's Company "Chrissy, Come Home" Jerry Davis
1979
[4]
Stockard Channing in Just Friends "Pilot" Andy Zall CBS
All in the Family "The 200th Episode Celebration" Hal Collins, Harvey Berger CBS

1980s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1980
[5]
The Muppet Show "Liza Minnelli" John Hawkins Syndicated
The Big Show "Tony Randall and Hervé Villechaize" Ken Denisoff, Kevin Muldoon, Andy Zall NBC
Fridays "Boz Scaggs" Terry Pickford ABC
A New Kind of Family "I Do" Marco Zappia
1981
[6]
WKRP in Cincinnati "Bah Humbug" Andy Ackerman CBS
Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters "Dolly Parton and John Schneider" Andy Zall NBC
"Ray Stevens" Ken Denisoff
The Muppet Show "Brooke Shields" John Hawkins Syndicated
1982
[7]
Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters "Brenda Lee and Paul Williams" Ken Denisoff NBC
The Greatest American Hero "The Lost Diablo" John Carrol, Mario DiMambro, Dave Goldson, Art Schneider, Roderic G. Stephens ABC
Report to Murphy "High Noon" Raymond M. Bush CBS
WKRP in Cincinnati "Fire" Andy Ackerman
1983
[8]
The Jeffersons "Change of a Dollar" Larry Harris CBS
Alice "Vera, the Torch" Tucker Wiard CBS
Archie Bunker's Place "Three Women" Marco Zappia
Newhart "Grandma, What a Big Mouth You Have" Andy Ackerman
Real People "502" Diane Block, Tee Bosustow, Cary Gries, Michael Kelly, Doug Loviska, Bruce Motyer, Bill Paulsen, Nicholas Stein, Cynthia Vaughn, Joe Walsh NBC
1984
[9]
Fame "Gonna Learn How to Fly, Part 2" Howard Brock Syndicated
Benson "Down the Drain" Michael Riolo ABC
Fame "Break Dance" Jim McElroy Syndicated
Kate & Allie "Dear Diary" Marco Zippia CBS
1985
[10]
Fame "Reflections" Jim McElroy Syndicated
Night Court "The Blizzard" Jerry Davis NBC

Outstanding Multi-Camera Editing for a Series

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1986
[11]
The Cosby Show "Full House" Henry Chan NBC
Cheers "Birth, Death, Love and Rice" Andy Ackerman NBC
"The Triangle" Douglas Hines
The Golden Girls "Pilot" Harold McKenzie
Night Court "Hurricane" Jerry Davis
1987
[12]
Night Court "Her Honor, Part 1" Jerry Davis NBC
Cheers "Cheers: The Motion Picture" Andy Ackerman NBC
The Cosby Show "I Know That You Know" Henry Chan
Family Ties "Band on the Run" Gary Anderson, Jon Bellis
The Golden Girls "Twas the Nightmare Before Christmas" Harold McKenzie
1988
[13]
Cheers "The Big Kiss-Off" Andy Ackerman NBC
Designing Women "Killing All the Right People" Roger Bondelli CBS
The Golden Girls "Old Friends" Jim McElroy NBC
Newhart "A Midseason Night's Dream" Mike Wilcox CBS
The Tracey Ullman Show "Ginny Redux," "Fear," "Real Lace" Douglas Hines, M. Pam Blumenthal Fox
1989
[14]
Murphy Brown "Respect" Tucker Wiard CBS
Married... with Children "Requiem for a Dead Barber" Larry Harris Fox
Murphy Brown "It's How You Play the Game" Jerry Davis CBS
Roseanne "Toto, We're Not in Kansas Anymore" Marco Zappia ABC
The Tracey Ullman Show "To Masseur with Love," "Conjugal Visit" Douglas Hines, M. Pam Blumenthal Fox

1990s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1990
[15]
The Tracey Ullman Show "...And God Created Tillman," "Rare Talent" Douglas Hines, M. Pam Blumenthal Fox
Designing Women "The First Day of the Last Decade of the Entire 20th Century" Judy Burke CBS
Married... with Children "Who'll Stop the Rain" Larry Harris Fox
Murphy Brown "The Strike" Tucker Wiard CBS
Newhart "The Last Newhart" Mike Wilcox
1991
[16]
Murphy Brown "On Another Plane" Tucker Wiard CBS
Cheers "The Days of Wine and Neuroses" Andy Ackerman NBC
"Rat Girl" Sheila Amos
Coach "The Break-Up" Andrew Chulack ABC
1992
[17]
Seinfeld "The Subway" Janet Ashikaga NBC
Cheers "An Old Fashioned Wedding" Robert Bramwell, Peter Chakos NBC
Coach "A Real Guy's Guy" Andrew Chulack ABC
Home Improvement "Stereo Typical" Marco Zappia, Alex Gimenez
Murphy Brown "Send in the Clowns" Tucker Wiard CBS
1993
[18]
Cheers "One for the Road" Robert Bramwell NBC
Coach "Vows" Andrew Chulack ABC
Home Improvement "To Build or Not to Build" Marco Zappia, Alex Gimenez
Murphy Brown "The World According to Avery" Tucker Wiard CBS
Seinfeld "The Pilot" Janet Ashikaga NBC
1994
[19]
Frasier "The Show Where Lilith Comes Back" Ron Volk NBC
Seinfeld "The Opposite" Janet Ashikaga
Coach "The Luck Stops Here" Andrew Chulack ABC
Home Improvement "It Was the Best of Tim's, It Was the Worst of Tim's" Marco Zappia, Roger Ames Berger
Murphy Brown "Socks and the Single Woman" Robert Souders, Tucker Wiard CBS
1995
[20]
Seinfeld "The Diplomat's Club" Janet Ashikaga NBC
Frasier "The Matchmaker" Ron Volk NBC
Friends "The One with Two Parts, Part 2" Andy Zall
Home Improvement "Don't Tell Momma" Marco Zappia, Roger Ames Berger ABC
Mad About You "The Ride Home" Sheila Amos NBC
1996
[21]
Frasier "The Show Where Diane Comes Back" Ron Volk NBC
Frasier "The Adventures of Bad Boy and Dirty Girl" Timothy Mozer NBC
Home Improvement "The Longest Day" Marco Zappia, Roger Ames Berger ABC
Murphy Brown "Up in Smoke" Tucker Wiard CBS
Seinfeld "The Rye" Janet Ashikaga NBC

Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1997
[22]
Ellen "The Puppy Episode" Kris Trexler ABC
Frasier "To Kill a Mockingbird" Ron Volk NBC
The Larry Sanders Show "Everybody Loves Larry" Leslie Tolan, Sean K. Lambert HBO
"My Name Is Asher Kingsley" Leslie Tolan, Paul Anderson
Seinfeld "The Pothole" Skip Collector NBC
1998
[23]
Frasier "Room Service" Ron Volk NBC
Frasier "Roz and the Schnoz" Janet Ashikaga NBC
The Larry Sanders Show "Flip" Leslie Tolan, Paul Anderson, Sean K. Lambert HBO
Murphy Brown "Opus One" Tucker Wiard CBS
Seinfeld "The Finale" Skip Collector NBC
1999
[24]
Sports Night "Small Town" Janet Ashikaga ABC
Frasier "Shutout in Seattle" Ron Volk NBC
Just Shoot Me! "Two Girls for Every Boy" Paul Anderson
3rd Rock from the Sun "Dick and Taxes" Vince Humphrey

2000s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2000
[25]
Frasier "Something Borrowed, Something Blue" Ron Volk, Scott Maisano NBC
Frasier "Dark Side of the Moon" Ron Volk NBC
Friends "The One with the Proposal" Stephen Prime
Sports Night "The Cut Man Cometh" Janet Ashikaga ABC
Will & Grace "Ben? Her?" Peter Chakos NBC
2001
[26]
Frasier "Daphne Returns" Ron Volk NBC
The Drew Carey Show "Drew's in a Coma" John Fuller ABC
Everybody Loves Raymond "Italy" Patricia Barnett CBS
Spin City "Minor League" Noel Rogers ABC
Will & Grace "Lows in the Mid-Eighties" Peter Chakos NBC
2002
[27]
Frasier "The Proposal" Ron Volk NBC
Everybody Loves Raymond "Talk to Your Daughter" Patricia Barnett CBS
Friends "The One with the Halloween Party" Kenny Tintorri NBC
"The One with the Rumor" Stephen Prime
Will & Grace "A Chorus Lie" Peter Chakos
2003
[28]
Frasier "Rooms with a View" Ron Volk NBC
Everybody Loves Raymond "She's the One" Patricia Barnett CBS
Friends "The One in Barbados" Stephen Prime NBC
"The One with Ross's Inappropriate Song" Kenny Tintorri
Will & Grace "Marry Me a Little, Marry Me a Little More" Peter Chakos
2004
[29]
Frasier "Goodnight, Seattle" Ron Volk NBC
Everybody Loves Raymond "Golf for It" Patricia Barnett CBS
Friends "The Last One" Stephen Prime NBC
That '70s Show "Sparks" David Helfand Fox
Will & Grace "Last Ex to Brooklyn" Peter Chakos NBC
2005
[30]
Scrubs "My Life in Four Cameras" John Michel NBC
Everybody Loves Raymond "The Faux Pas" Patricia Barnett CBS
That '70s Show "Angie" Michael Karlich Fox
Two and a Half Men "It Was Mame, Mom" Joe Bella CBS
Will & Grace "The Newlydreads" Peter Chakos NBC
2006
[31]
Two and a Half Men "That Special Tug" Joe Bella CBS
Late Night with Conan O'Brien "2198" Katherine Babiak, Vic Fabilli, Liz Gross, Mark Jankeloff NBC
Late Show with David Letterman "2519" James Alkins, Tom Catusi, Andrew Evangelista, Stephen Hostomsky, Mona Lu, Mark Spada CBS
That '70s Show "We Will Rock You" Michael Karlich Fox
Will & Grace "The Finale" Peter Chakos NBC
2007
[32]
Two and a Half Men "Release the Dogs" Joe Bella CBS
American Idol "Idol Gives Back" Bill DeRonde, Oren Castro, Gus Comegys, John Cox, Patrick Franks, Narumi Inatsugu, Peter Tim Perniciaro, Jeff Roe, Ryan Tanner Fox
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart "12043" Tonya Dreher, Graham Frazier, Mark Paone, Daric Schlesselman, Einar Westerlund, Rob York Comedy Central
Dancing with the Stars "304" Ned Kerwin, Pamela Malouf, David Timoner, Hans van Riet ABC
How I Met Your Mother "Robin Sparkles" Sue Federman CBS

Between 2008 and 2011, multi-camera sitcoms competed alongside single-camera sitcoms for Outstanding Picture Editing for a Comedy Series (Single or Multi-Camera).

2010s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2012
[33]
How I Met Your Mother "Trilogy Time" Susan Federman CBS
The Big Bang Theory "The Countdown Reflection" Peter Chakos CBS
Hot in Cleveland "God and Football" Mark Alan Dashnaw TV Land
Two and a Half Men "Why We Gave Up Women" Joseph Bella CBS
2 Broke Girls "And the Kosher Cupcakes" Darryl Bates
2013
[34]
How I Met Your Mother "P.S. I Love You" Susan Federman CBS
The Big Bang Theory "The Love Spell Potential" Peter Chakos CBS
The Colbert Report "9082" Christein Aromando, Andrew Matheson Comedy Central
Conan "Occupy Conan" Robert James Ashe, Dan Dome, Dave Grecu, Chris Heller TBS
Hot in Cleveland "Magic Diet Candy" Ronald A. Volk TV Land
2014
[35]
The Big Bang Theory "The Cooper Extraction" Peter Chakos CBS
The Colbert Report "9115" Christein Aromando, Jason Baker Comedy Central
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart "19006" Robert York, Eric Davies, Graham Frazier, Daric Schlesselman
How I Met Your Mother "Gary Blauman" Sue Federman CBS
Jimmy Kimmel Live! "Behind the Scandelabra" James Crowe, Jason Bielski, Brian Marsh, Kevin McCullough, Matt Williams ABC
2015
[36]
The Big Bang Theory "The Comic Book Store Regeneration" Peter Chakos CBS
Hot in Cleveland "I Hate Goodbyes" Ronald A. Volk TV Land
Mike & Molly "Fight to the Finish" Stephen Prime CBS
2 Broke Girls "And the Move-In Meltdown" Darryl Bates, Ben Bosse
2016
[37]
The Big Bang Theory "The Opening Night Excitation" Peter Chakos CBS
Horace and Pete "103" Gina Sansom LouisCK.net
Last Man Standing "The Road Less Driven" Kris Trexler ABC
Mike & Molly "I See Love" Stephen Prime CBS
Mom "Atticus Finch and the Downtrodden" Ben Bosse, Joe Bella
2 Broke Girls "And the Sax Problems" Darryl Bates
2017
[38]
The Big Bang Theory "The Holiday Summation" Peter Chakos CBS
Last Man Standing "Trick or Treat" Kris Trexler ABC
Mom "Bad Hand and British Royalty" Joe Bella CBS
One Day at a Time "A Snowman's Tale" Pat Barnett Netflix
2 Broke Girls "And the Planes, Fingers and Automobiles" Chris Poulos CBS

Programs with multiple awards[edit]

Totals include wins for Outstanding Picture Editing for a Comedy Series (Single or Multi-Camera).

Programs with multiple nominations[edit]

Totals include nominations for Outstanding Picture Editing for a Comedy Series (Single or Multi-Camera).

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