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Rudolph, nominated for hosting “Saturday Night Live,” said if she were to join the show, “I would have to be a fictional cousin, because I don’t think they needed any more children. I don’t think the Huxtables needed any more children. But, listen, if Denise needed a best friend to go shopping with, that’s who I would be.”

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, a 14-time Emmy nominee and two-time winner, wants to bring back her favorite show from childhood: “Flipper.”

“Talking dolphin. How can you beat it?” she said. “Well, sort of talking. It communicated. A dolphin who beats the bad guy every week. I think we should redo that. I think I’m going to pitch that. That’s my new HBO show: `Flipper: Part II.’”

The Primetime Emmy Awards will be presented on Sept. 23 at the Nokia Theatre and broadcast live on ABC.

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AP Entertainment Writers Derrik J. Lang and Mike Cidoni Lennox contributed to this report.

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AP Entertainment Writer Sandy Cohen is on Twitter: www.twitter.com/APSandy. AP Entertainment Writer Derrik J. Lang is at www.twitter.com/DerrikJLang.

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